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Six colleges fail to get any student this year

Six colleges fail to get any student this year

Over 3 lakh students who passed the Secondary School Certificate (SSC) and equivalent examinations this year did not take admission to any college-level…
England in World Cup semis after 28 years

England in World Cup semis after 28 years

Harry Maguire and Dele Alli scored as England comfortably defeated Sweden 2-0 in Samara yesterday to reach the World Cup semi-finals for the first time…
Croatia in last four beating Russia

Croatia in last four beating Russia

Ivan Rakitic scored the winning penalty as Croatia beat Russia 4-3 in a shoot-out after a dramatic 2-2 draw yesterday to end the World Cup hopes of the…

Another WC  ends in agony for Brazil

Four years after the psychodrama of Neymar's injury and a humiliating World Cup semi-final defeat as hosts, Brazil are forced to come to terms with the crushing disappointment of a failed mission in Russia, reports AFP from Kazan. It was not meant to be like this, Tite's side dumped out of the…

WC loses shine in Bangladesh

“Now Bangladesh supporters can enjoy the World Cup being free from any pressure,” Rafi Hasan, a university student wrote in his facebook after hot favourite Brazil’s departure from the 2018 FIFA World Cup. An ardent football fan Hasan is that minority supporter in Bangladesh, who didn’t…

End internal feuds ahead of nat’l polls

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina yesterday directed Awami League grassroots leaders and activists to resolve their internal conflicts as the next general election will be very tough for the party, reports UNB. "Still, there're conflicts in our party in some places... these conflicts will have to…

Tariqul’s spine damaged, leg broken

The spine and bone of the right leg of Tariqul Islam Tarek, a Rajshahi University (RU) student and joint convener of the quota reforms movement, have been damaged and broken after being hit with by something heavy and it will not be possible for him to stand firmly or carry heavy weight, medical sources…
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