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Dhaka still in difficulty to 
gain India, China support

Dhaka still in difficulty to gain India, China support

Bangladesh is yet again facing difficulty in getting support from China and India with regard to a special session on Rohingya crisis scheduled to be…
17 private varsities still without VCs

17 private varsities still without VCs

At least 17 private universities do not have vice-chancellors (VCs) appointed by the President, though the post is vital for ensuring transparency and…

Pope Francis defends Myanmar diplomacy

Pope Francis has said he did not negotiate truths in the meeting with Myanmar's military leaders including armed forces' commander in chief Senior General Min Aung Hlaing as he met them during his Myanmar tour, reports BSS. "I did not negotiate the truth . . . I made sure he understood…

Angry reactions in Myanmar social media

Pope Francis's embrace of the Rohingya during a trip to Bangladesh has sparked some angry comment on social media in Myanmar, where just days earlier he chose not to publicly air their plight, reports AFP from Yangon. On Friday the head of the Catholic church met a group of refugees from Myanmar’s…
Give Tk 4.62cr to family: HC

Give Tk 4.62cr to family: HC

The High Court (HC) yesterday fixed a compensation package of Tk 4.61 crore to the family of the eminent filmmaker Tareque Masud, who  was killed…
World now treats country with more respect: PM

World now treats country with more respect: PM

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina yesterday said her government's stance and continued efforts to build the Padma Bridge with its own fund have changed…

Unease prevails in CHT amid scattered efforts

After the signing of the Peace Accord in 1997, Ranjika Chakma, wife of Ettok Chakma of an ethnic minority community who returned from India in 1998, is now an affluent farmer in Voirafa Bridge of Diginala upazila in Khargachhari district. Her multi-tier orchard on five acres of hilly land (allocated…
Rangpur confirm play-offs beating
Khulna

Rangpur confirm play-offs beating Khulna

Rangpur Riders confirmed the play-offs by securing a 19-run win over Khulna Titans yesterday at the Sher-e-Bangla National Cricket Stadium. They joined…
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