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No nat’l election without Khaleda, warns BNP

No nat’l election without Khaleda, warns BNP

BNP yesterday warned it would not allow the next general election to be held if party chairperson Khaleda Zia was debarred from participation by keeping…

Cabinet okays agri policy to boost productivity, diversity

The government has approved the National Agricultural Policy-2018 (Jatiya Krishi Niti-2018), with the objective of increasing productivity of crops, enhance income of farmers, diversify crops, produce nutritious and safe food, develop the marketing system and ensure food safety through efficient use…

Two crushed under train in capital

Two unidentified people including, a woman, were killed after coming under trains in two separate incidents in the capital yesterday, reports BSS. The two incidents took place in Khilgaon and Khilkhet areas in the capital on Sunday night and yesterday morning respectively. “An unidentified woman,…

AL terms BNP’s token hunger strike a drama

Ruling Awami League joint general secretary Mahbubul Alam Hanif has termed the BNP’s token hunger strike as a drama, saying such a programme would hardly push its demand. “BNP’s hunger strike to free its chairperson Khaleda Zia is a complete drama. It is not possible to free Khaleda…

DU restricts outsiders’ movement on campus

Outsiders will not be allowed to roam around, stay in dorms and hold any kind of activity on the Dhaka University (DU) campus without permission from the authorities. The decision was taken at a meeting of the DU Provost Committee on Thursday night, said a press release issued by the public relations …
May on the rocks as foreign, Brexit ministers quit

May on the rocks as foreign, Brexit ministers quit

British Prime Minister Theresa May's government imploded yesterday as Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson followed Brexit minister David Davis in resigning…

Mystery solved by recovery of lost Apollo mission tapes

NASA's Apollo missions in the 1960s and '70s served not only to land Americans on the lunar surface but to answer key questions about the moon that could be answered only by going there, reports CNN from Washington. As often happens, those answers sometimes stirred up more questions -- or, as…
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