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Israel votes on Netanyahu’s political survival Israel voted in its second election in five months yesterday that will decide whether…
Blast kills 24 at Afghan president's rally A suicide bomber on a motorcycle targeted a campaign rally by President Ashraf Ghani…
HK police deny street brawl ‘double standards’ Hong Kong police yesterday denied accusations their officers showed comparative…
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No bar for newly appointed Fouzia to join as Viqarunnisa principal The High Court (HC) on Tuesday issued a rule asking authorities concerned to explain in four weeks as to why it shall not declare illegal the appointment…
4,000 electric poles in middle of Gazipur roads
More than 4,000 electric poles are currently standing in the middle of different roads in the Gazipur City Corporation area, imperiling vehicular movement.…
  • ‘Humiliated’ college student attempts suicide in Dhaka
  • Editors’ Council elects new executive body
  • Youth stabbed dead in Chattogram
  • Bangladesh
    No breach of rules, claims DUCSU AGS The assistant general secretary (AGS) of the Dhaka University Central Students' Union (DUCSU),Md Saddam Hussain, has claimed that participants in the union election were admitted according to rules. He accused its vice-president (VP), Nurul Haque Nur, of pursuing personal agendas instead of working…
    Myanmar envoy: Gov't can handle accountability for Rohingya Myanmar's envoy to the top U.N. human rights body says his country rejects any move to bring the issue of alleged rights violations against ethnic Rohingya Muslims to an international legal forum. Ambassador Kyaw Moe Tun insisted Myanmar's government will "never tolerate any violation of…
  • Every division to have 100-bed cancer centre
  • Youths return vanity bag containing gold ornaments
  • Politics
    Ducsu VP Nur demands GS Rabbani’s resignation Dhaka University Central Students’ Union (Ducsu) Vice-President Nurul Haque Nur on Tuesday demanded the resignation of the student body’s General Secretary Golam Rabbani over allegations of corruption and extortion. He made the demand while talking to reporters at his office at Ducsu building.…
    Ex- BCL president quits DU senate Immediate past president of Bangladesh Chhatra League (BCL) Rezwanul Haque Chowdhury Shovon has resigned from his post as a Senate member of Dhaka University (DU) amid various controversies. BCL office secretary Ahsan Habib and DU Central Students’ Union (Ducsu) member Rafikul Islam Sabuz submitted…
  • Corrupt people won’t be spared: Quader
  • AL quits Rangpur-3 poll race in favour of JP
  • Sports
    Kalakopa lift Bangabandhu U-17 title Kalakopa Union emerged as the champions of Nawabganj Upazila Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman Gold Cup Under-17 (boys) football tournament…
  • Neymar's PSG Champions League suspension cut
  • Ronaldo 'embarrassed' by rape allegations
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    • A big crowd witnesses the final match of Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman Gold Cup Under-17 (boys tournament) between Kalakopa Union and Sholla Union at Nawabganj Pilot High School ground yesterday. Photo: Sumanta Chakraborty
    • Romania : People gather to enjoy the annual Autumn fair which takes place on the Christian The Day of the Cross in Tandarei city, southern Romania on September 14, 2019. AFP PHOTO
    • A handout artist's impression released on Wednesday shows, sfor the first time, water has been discovered in the atmosphere of a exoplanet with Earth-like temperatures that could support life. AFP PHOTO
    • Moscow : Five-star Radisson Collection Hotel (L) on the bank of Moskva River, formerly known as Hotel Ukraine and one of the city's seven 1950's Stalin skyscrapers, is illuminated as the sun sets in western Moscow on September 11, 2019. AFP PHOTO
    • Istanbul : A couple sit on the terrase of a cafe in Istanbul as seagulls fly over them on September 10, 2019. AFP PHOTO
    • UNITED STATES : Dogs run through the water at Cowabunga Beach during the Bow Wow Beach Doggie Day at Water World on September 7, 2019 in Federal Heights, Colorado. Michael Ciaglo. AFP PHOTO
    • Indonesia : Fishermen clean their net on a beach at sunset in Banda Aceh on September 3, 2019. AFP PHOTO
    • Indonesia : Fishermen push their boat onto the shore upon returning from the sea as the sun sets in Banda Aceh on September 3, 2019. AFP PHOTO
    • France : A picture taken on September 1, 2019, shows the Mont-Saint-Michel at dusk in Normandy, northwestern France. AFP PHOTO
    • Kuwait City : A photograph taken on August 28, 2019 shows a sunset in Kuwait City. AFP PHOTO
    Shayan F Rahman, director of Beximco Group and vice-chairman of IFIC Bank Ltd, formally inaugurates the final match of
Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman Gold Cup Under-17 (boys tournament) between Kalakopa Union and Sholla Union on
Nawabganj Pilot High School ground yesterday. PHOTO: SUMANTA CHAKRABORTY Shayan F Rahman, director of Beximco Group and vice-chairman of IFIC Bank Ltd, formally inaugurates…
    Many roads of Chattogram, like this one at Sarai Para’s port connecting road, have become dilapidated due to lack of maintenance. The photo
was taken on Saturday. STAR MAIL PHOTO Many roads of Chattogram, like this one at Sarai Para’s port connecting road, have become…
    This recent photo shows a cyclone centre of Bangladesh Red Crescent Society on the verge of collapse due to continuous erosion at Chalitabunia
under Kalapara coastal upazila of Patuakhali. INDEPENDENT PHOTO This recent photo shows a cyclone centre of Bangladesh Red Crescent Society on the verge of…
    Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina, riding on an open jeep, takes salute at the passing-out parade of the 36th BCS batch of assistant superintendents of
police at the Bangladesh Police Academy at Sarda in Rajshahi. FOCUS BANGLA PHOTO Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina, riding on an open jeep, takes salute at the passing-out parade…
    Environment
    Poor countries will need to increase carbon footprint to address hunger: Study

    Poor countries will need to increase carbon footprint to address hunger: Study

    Achieving a nutritious diet with adequate calories in developing countries will require a substantial increase in greenhouse gas emissions and water use, scientists reported Monday, calling on high-income…
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    Apple's new offerings: Cheaper iPhone, streaming TV
    Apple is dangling deals for its new phones and TV streaming service as it seeks…
    New iPhones to share limelight as Apple revs up services
    Along with its new iPhones, Apple is stepping up on content and services for…
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