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  • Narendra Modi will visit Bangladesh next month
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  • BTRC rejected Tk100cr offer, says GP
  • Don’t listen to rumours over Coronavirus: Health Minister
  • Govt to revisit decision about rate cut of postal savings: Finance Minister
  • No possibility of militant attack over Shaheed Dibosh: DMP chief
  • Coronavirus-infected Bangladeshi in ‘critical state’ in Singapore: FM
  • 2 suspected robbers killed in Magura ‘gunfight’
  • Every child under 'immediate threat' from climate, poor diet: UN
  • BTRC moves further to cut fake handset growth
  • Not treated very well by India, says Trump on trade ties
  • Passengers leave Japan virus ship as China toll tops 2,000
  • Afghanistan presidential election: Ashraf Ghani re-elected
Dealers, peddlers opt to surrender

Dealers, peddlers opt to surrender

With the government tightening its net around drug dealers and peddlers, a large number have chosen to surrender before the law enforcement agencies.…

Rohingyas re-enter Bangladesh thru’ 5 border points

Over 1,300 Rohingyas have illegally entered Bangladesh from India through the five border points of Cumilla, Benapole, Jashore, Khulna and Satkhira, according to sources in the home ministry and United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR). On January 13, UNHCR wrote to the home ministry that…

SSC, equivalent exams begin today

The Secondary School Certificate (SSC) and equivalent exams will begin across the country today. A total of 2,135,333 candidates will write the exams this year. Among them 1,740,937 are regular students and 391,054 private students. Of the total examinees 1,070,441 are boys and 1,064,892 girls. Students…

Quader slams BNP for declining to join PM’s tea party

Awami League General Secretary Obaidul Quader yesterday said BNP's decision not to join the Ganabhaban tea party at the invitation of the Prime Ministers has exposed the party's old negative political attitude. Speaking at a press conference at Awami League president's Dhanmondi office,…
Polar vortex death toll rises to 21

Polar vortex death toll rises to 21

At least 21 people have died in one of the worst cold snaps to hit the US Midwest in decades. Ninety million people - a third of the US - have seen temperatures…

Russia regrets Washington’s likely exit from arms treaty

Russia yesterday said it regretted Washington’s expected exit from a key arms control treaty and expected to receive formal notice from the United States shortly. Russia and the US have over the past months held discussions to rescue the Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces treaty (INF) but say efforts…

US seeks full list of N Korea weapons to seal peace deal

A US negotiator called Thursday on North Korea to provide a detailed account of its weapons to seal a peace deal, saying President Donald Trump was ready to offer a future that includes diplomatic relations and economic aid. Trump is set to hold a second summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un in…
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