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  • BNP’s demand for polls deferment unrealistic: Quader
  • Keep aside 33 pc nominations for women: Leaders
  • BNP submits another list of 1,002 ‘fictitious cases’ to PMO
  • AL to interview its nomination seekers Wednesday
  • No way to defer election date further: CEC
  • Oikyafront to meet EC Wednesday seeking polls deferment
  • Technocrat ministers’ resignation to ‘take effect once PM accepts’
  • New election date aimed at keeping foreign observers at bay: BNP
  • Rohingya refugees flee camps to avoid return to Myanmar
Experts warn moderate flood in country in mid-September

Experts warn moderate flood in country in mid-September

The country is likely to face a moderate flood in mid-September due to the release of excess water into the Brahmaputra by China in the upstream. However,…
Hasina blasts Khaleda for court boycott remark

Hasina blasts Khaleda for court boycott remark

Pointing at BNP Chairperson Khaleda Zia, Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina questioned yesterday how a citizen of the country can make an audacious remark that…
Bangladesh 
overpower 
Pakistan by 1

Bangladesh overpower Pakistan by 1

A late hour strike from Tapu Barman steered Bangladesh to grab an important victory overwhelming Pakistan by a solitary goal yesterday in the Suzuki SAFF…

Govt to create 74 new posts in EC

The government is going to strengthen the capacity of the Election Commission (EC) ahead of the next national polls. For this purpose, the authorities concerned are going to create 74 new posts in different categories for the field offices and training institute of the commission, according to sources.…

2 Jabal-e-Noor owners, 4 staff chargesheeted

Police have filed a chargesheet with a Dhaka court against six people for the death of two students in an accident at Kurmitola on July 29. The victims were run over by a Jabal-e-Noor Paribahan bus on Airport Road, triggering a nationwide protest by students to demand safe roads and justice for the…

ICC says can rule on forced exodus from Myanmar

The International Criminal Court yesterday it had jurisdiction to probe the forced exodus of Rohingya Muslims from Myanmar as a possible crime against humanity, reports AFP from The Hague. The ICC's "pre-trial chamber... decided by majority the court may exercise jurisdiction over the alleged…

Literacy rate now 72.9pc

The primary and mass education minister, Mostafizur Rahman, has said that at least 3.25 crore people in the country are still illiterate. He said Bangladesh's current literacy rate is 72.9 per cent. It was 72.3 per cent last year. “We have taken up an elaborate programme to spread literacy…
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