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  • US to continue support for Bangladesh in tackling money laundering: Miller
  • Canadian PM apologises for 2001 'brownface' photo
  • Biman flight makes emergency landing at Dhaka airport
  • 3 ‘criminals’ killed in Cox’s Bazar ‘gunfight’
  • BNP wants to complete reorganisation by Nov
  • 491 new dengue patients hospitalised in 24 hrs: DGHS
Buriganga revival yet 
to make progress

Buriganga revival yet to make progress

The Buriganga river restoration project, which was taken up in 2010 by the Bangladesh Water Development Board (WDB), has virtually failed to take off…

Partha’s BJP quits 20-party alliance

Andaleeve Rahman Partha, chairman of Bangladesh Jatiya Party (BJP), one of the key partners of the BNP-led 20-party alliance, yesterday quit the coalition for various reasons, including swearing in by seven MPs-elect of Jatiya Oikyafront. "We've left the 20-party alliance for a few reasons.…
82pc pass in SSC exams

82pc pass in SSC exams

A total of 82.20 per cent students have passed the Secondary School Certificate (SSC) and its equivalent examinations this year under 10 education boards…

Another cyclone likely to hit country by end of May

Even as Bangladesh is trying to come to grips with the effects of Fani, meteorologists have warned that the country is likely going to experience another cyclonic storm this month. Fani, the most powerful storm in years, struck Bangladesh on Saturday, uprooting trees, damaging crops over vast swaths…

Maxwell ready to revive floating role

Genn Maxwell, the Australia all-rounder, is ready to assume the floating role he executed to great effect in the past at the ICC Men's Cricket World Cup 2019. Maxwell was Australia's third highest run-getter in the 2015 World Cup, accumulating 324 runs in eight matches at 64.80, and even scored…
Ramadan begins

Ramadan begins

The Holy Ramadan, the lunar month of self-purification through fasting and abstinence, begins in the country today as the new crescent moon was sighted…

Prices of essentials up as Ramadan begins

Following the previous trend, prices of essentials, especially grocery items and vegetables needed for making Iftar items in Ramadan, have increased, despite the government's promise to control prices. Consumers complained about increase in prices, but saw the trend as nothing unusual in the absence…

Withdraw substandard food items from market

The Conscious Consumers Society (CCS), a rights group, yesterday served a legal notice, asking the authorities concerned to seize or withdraw substandard food products from the market. Legal action will be taken against companies and food processors for producing substandard food items harmful for health,…
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