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BPC feels the pinch as global oil prices rise

BPC feels the pinch as global oil prices rise

The turmoil in international oil market of the past one year has hit the Bangladesh economy, with state-run  Bangladesh Petroleum Corporation (BPC)…
Bangladesh hosts 7th largest refugee population in ’17: UN

Bangladesh hosts 7th largest refugee population in ’17: UN

Bangladesh hosted the seventh largest refugee population in the world in 2017 with a total number of more than 9.32 lakh (932,000) Rohingyas, according…
Japan make history 
with World Cup win

Japan make history with World Cup win

Yuya Osako exacted sweet revenge for Japan on Tuesday as the Blue Samurai beat Colombia 2-1, becoming the first Asian side ever to beat a South American…
Neymar limps out
of training

Neymar limps out of training

Neymar hobbled out of a training session yesterday, setting alarm bells ringing in the Brazil camp as they prepare for their second World Cup group game…

Russia beat Egypt 3-1 to close in on last-16 spot

Three weeks and three days after Sergio Ramos twisted and slammed Egypt's best World Cup hope into the grass, Mohamed Salah returned. He won a penalty, and scored it, ripping the ball with his left foot into the top corner. But by then, Russia were already three up and this game was as good as gone,…

Govt to ink deal with Maldives

The government is going to ink an agreement with the Maldives on the transfer of convicted prisoners to bring them home. The authorities concerned have prepared a draft of the ‘Agreement between the government of the Bangladesh and Maldives on the transfer of prisoners’, which is currently…
Thousands
marooned
in Sylhet

Thousands marooned in Sylhet

Some 40,000 residents of the district's Beanibazar upazila have been marooned in flashfloods amidst alarming rise of water levels in Surma, Kushiara…
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