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  • Bangladesh highlights its health sector success stories at UN
  • No live telecast from polling booths: EC
Prof Zafar Iqbal stabbed

Prof Zafar Iqbal stabbed

Eminent writer and academic Md Zafar Iqbal was stabbed in full public view on the Shahjalal University of Science and Technology (SUST) campus yesterday.…
Draft law to protect farmlands ready

Draft law to protect farmlands ready

Seventeen years after the idea was first mooted, the government has drafted a law with the provision for three years imprisonment or Tk 3 lakh fine or…
PM hopes AL victory in next polls

PM hopes AL victory in next polls

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina yesterday expressed her firm optimism of Awami League's victory in the next election and said that the development spree…

BJP set to conquer left-citadel Tripura

Taking a giant leap in its Mission Northeast, the BJP yesterday scored "poriborton" (change) in Tripura, ending the unchallenged 25-year rule of the Left and ejecting Manik Sarkar, reputed as India's poorest chief minister, reports NDTV. Describing the Tripura election as "epoch-making"…
Myanmar ‘withdraws’ heavy weapons from border

Myanmar ‘withdraws’ heavy weapons from border

Home Minister Asaduzzaman Khan yesterday said Myanmar has removed its heavy weaponry and troops from Tambru border at Naikhongchhari in Bandarban following…
Vietnamese president due today

Vietnamese president due today

Dhaka will seek for a better understanding from Hanoi in relations to the ongoing Rohingya crisis engulfing Bangladesh during the three-day visit of Vietnamese…

BNP plans public rallies in city, dists

The BNP will start holding public meetings at the city and district levels from this month, protesting against the imprisonment of chairperson Khaleda Zia in what it calls a “false and fabricated case”. The meetings will be held across the country in phases. Not only will the party demand…

AL defends ‘vote seeking’ prime minister

The ruling Awami League yesterday rejected BNP’s objection to Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina’s “unilateral” election campaign in favour of “Nouka” (Boat) violating the electoral code of conduct. “Sheikh Hasina is not only the Prime Minister of the country, but…
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