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China urges Myanmar to start repatriation

China urges Myanmar to start repatriation

China, as part of its three-phase steps, has urged Myanmar to start repatriation of Rohingyas as soon as possible saying it attaches great importance…

‘Children being groomed to shine in global competition’

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina yesterday said the government is taking numerous steps to build the children of the country in such a way so that they can compete in the world in a better way than others, reports UNB. "Aiming to keep our children ahead in global competition, we're taking all the…

POBA to train 10,000 strong ‘Green Force’

An environmentalist group has decided to set up a “green force” of at least 10,000 volunteers in Dhaka to preserve the environment, ecology and mitigate challenges due to climate change. As part of the initiative, Poribesh Bachao Andolan (POBA) has started with the first batch of 50 participants,…
Four boys rescued from Thai cave: Official

Four boys rescued from Thai cave: Official

Four boys among a group of 13 trapped in a flooded Thai cave for more than a fortnight were rescued yesterday, authorities said, raising hopes elite divers…

Pompeo says sanctions on N Korea to stay

US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo yesterday shrugged off North Korean accusations of "gangster-like" behaviour and said sanctions on Pyongyang would only be lifted with "final" denuclearization, reports AFP from Tokyo. Speaking in Tokyo after two days of intense discussions in Pyongyang,…
Zakir Naik meets Mahathir as Malaysia refuses to deport him

Zakir Naik meets Mahathir as Malaysia refuses to deport him

Islamic preacher Zakir Naik, who is wanted by Indian probe agencies for allegedly fuelling religious hatred through his speeches, met Malaysian Prime…

First contract signed for services

An agreement was signed yesterday between the Shipping Ministry and the operators of the Bangabandhu-1 satellite, Bangladesh Communication Satellite Company Ltd (BCSCL) in the city to avail the services of the country's first satellite, reports UNB. As per the agreement, with the help of the satellite,…

AL to accord mass reception to Hasina Jul 21

The ruling Awami League (AL) will accord a mass reception to its party president and Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on July 21 for her excellent role in developing the country.  The mass reception will be held at the historic Shurawardy Udyan at 3:00pm. The ruling party general secretary Obaidul…

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