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  • Ecnec clears 8 projects involving Tk 5,142 cr
  • Ershad’s 4th namaz-e-janaza held in Rangpur
  • HSC, equivalent results tomorrow
  • Ensure paddy procurement directly from farmers: Minister
  • Flood situation turns worse in five districts
  • Supply of sacrificial animals adequate: Number of cattle goes down by 1.5 lakh from last year
  • Rohingya crisis: ICC team in city
  • Rifat's wife Minni interrogated
  • ‘Drug trader’ killed in Rajshahi ‘gunfight’
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  • Anamul eager to prove his mettle
  • Anamul, Taijul recalled as BCB announces squad for Sri Lanka tour
  • 5 to die for rape, double murder in Khulna
  • Writ filed seeking directive to provide security to judges
  • Ensure paddy procurement directly from farmers: Minister
  • Raushon permits Ershad’s burial in Rangpur
  • HSC, equivalent results tomorrow
  • Ecnec clears 8 projects involving Tk 5,142 cr
  • Rifat's wife Minni interrogated
  • Rohingya crisis: ICC team in city
  • Probe body finds anomalies of Tk 36.40cr
  • Italy seizes missile from far-right sympathisers
  • 'Game of Thrones' and Netflix tipped to sweep Emmy nominations
  • NZ coach wants rules review after 'hollow' WC final
  • ‘Drug trader’ killed in Rajshahi ‘gunfight’
  • Iran's top diplomat warns US is 'playing with fire'
  • Training journalists in the era of fake news
  • 66 varsity teachers give statement in support of professor Farouq
  • ‘Proper waste management necessary to achieve SDGs’
  • A vital source of primary healthcare in Khulna
  • Morgan hails ‘superhuman’ World Cup hero Stokes
  • BCB ready to announce nat’l team for Sri Lanka tour
  • Important tri-series ahead of U-19 World Cup
  • GP posts half-yearly strong growth of Tk 70.9b
  • Salman for improving in ‘ease of doing business’ ranking
  • ‘Youths need to be properly equipped for job market’
  • Commercial duck farming gains popularity
  • World Bank imposes one of its biggest fines on cash-starved Pak over mine
  • England ‘mistakenly’ awarded extra run in WC final: Taufel
  • Man held for 10yrs despite presidential clemency
  • Bride, bridegroom among 11 killed
  • Four-day show of ‘An Inspector Calls’ concludes today
  • Mithila and Irfan together in their first tele-drama
  • DNCC forms technical body to decide on dengue insecticides
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    Italy seizes missile from far-right sympathisers
Italian police seized an air-to-air missile, machine guns and rocket launchers during…
    World Bank imposes one of its biggest fines on cash-starved Pak over mine An international arbitration court has imposed a penalty of $5.976 billion on Pakistan…
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    Rifat's wife Minni interrogated Police took Aysha Siddika Minni to the police super’s office on Tuesday morning for interrogation over the gruesome murder of her husband Rifat…
    ‘Drug trader’ killed in Rajshahi ‘gunfight’ A suspected drug trader was killed in a reported gunfight with police in Rajshahi city early Tuesday.  The deceased was identified as Alamin,…
  • 66 varsity teachers give statement in support of professor Farouq
  • ‘Proper waste management necessary to achieve SDGs’
  • A vital source of primary healthcare in Khulna
  • Bangladesh
    Ensure paddy procurement directly from farmers: Minister Food Minister Sadhan Chandra Majumder on Tuesday directed the deputy commissioners to ensure procurement of paddy directly from farmers to meet the government's target. He made the directives at the first session of the third day of the ongoing Deputy Commissioners' Conference at the Cabinet…
    Rohingya crisis: ICC team in city
A delegation of the International Criminal Court (ICC), led by its Deputy Prosecutor James Kirkpatrick Stewart, arrived Dhaka on Tuesday morning on a weeklong visit to Bangladesh to talk to senior government officials and representatives of international organisations over the Rohingya issue. …
  • Flood situation turns worse in five districts
  • Murder in the courtroom
  • Politics
    Experts see ‘existential crisis’ for JP following Ershad’s demise The Jatiya Party (JP-Ershad), main opposition in Parliament, is likely to face an existential crisis in the near future following the death of its founder chairman HM Ershad, say some political analysts. They think that the dispute between two groups in the Jatiya Party as well as intra-party feuds…
    Ershad’s 2nd namaz-e-janaza held The second namaz-e-janaza of Jatiya Party Chairman HM Ershad was held on the Jatiya Sangsad premises on Monday morning. The janaza took place under the tunnel of South Plaza of parliament around 10:50 am. President Abdul Hamid, ministers, members of parliament, senior political leaders from different…
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