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  • Actress Nawshaba gets bail
  • No doubt BNP, Khaleda, Tarique involved in Aug 21 grenade attack: PM
  • 10 quota-reform leaders, activists freed from jail
  • Spped of Rohingya return depends on Bangladesh: Suu Kyi
  • Rainfall may increase in next 72hrs
Affected people to get 624 flats

Affected people to get 624 flats

The government has decided to construct 624 flats of 1000-square feet near the Uttara third phase in the capital for the rehabilitation of people who…
Cabinet Division mulls separate VIP lane in capital

Cabinet Division mulls separate VIP lane in capital

The Cabinet Division has asked the Road Transport and Highways Division of the communications ministry to open a separate lane in Dhaka metropolitan city…

Another rape at Banani after birthday bash

A woman was allegedly raped at a Banani guest house on Saturday. The woman, 18, was allegedly gangraped after attending a birthday party. A similar incident had occurred at Banani nine months ago. The victim filed a case against two alleged rapists with Banani police station on Sunday night. The police…

‘Rohingya crisis may spark regional conflict’

The UN's human rights chief has warned that Myanmar's persecution of the Rohingya Muslim minority has the potential to spark regional conflict, reports UNB. Zeid Ra'ad al-Hussein reiterated while in Indonesia yesterday that acts of genocide and ethnic cleansing may have occurred in the campaign…

AL submits nomination paper of Abdul Hamid

On behalf of President Md Abdul Hamid, a delegation of the Awami League (AL) yesterday submitted his nomination papers to the Election Commission (EC) for the presidential election. A nine-member delegation, led by AL general secretary Obaidul Quader, submitted the nomination papers to chief election…

BJP making inroads but CPM appears favourite

Following successes in Assam, Arunachal Pradesh and Manipur, the Bharatiya Janta Party (BJP), which is in power at the centre, is making all-out efforts to win another north-eastern state, Tripura that has been governed by an alliance of leftist parties since 1998. During a visit to Tripura, one of…

83 killed in ‘war on children’ across Mideast

At least 83 children were killed in Middle East war zones in January, most of them in Syria, the UN children’s agency UNICEF said yesterday, vowing their voices “will never be silenced”, reports AFP from Amman. “They were killed in ongoing conflicts, suicide attacks or frozen…
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