Saturday 22 February 2020 ,
Saturday 22 February 2020 ,
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  • PM, Sheikh Rehana visit exhibition on Bangabandhu
  • Bangladeshi ‘infected with coronavirus’ in UAE
  • Rizvi injured as cops charge baton at Mirpur
  • Columbia University to develop antibodies against coronavirus
  • China's coronavirus economic cardiac arrest
  • BB to launch commemorative gold, silver coins on Bangabandhu birth centenary
  • Columbia University to develop antibodies against coronavirus
  • China virus death toll reaches 2,345
  • GP decides to deposit Tk 1,000cr
  • ‘Robber’ killed in Sylhet ‘gunfight’
  • Dhaka Test: Zimbabwe off to cautious start against Tigers
  • First European dies from coronavirus in Italy
At a Glance
  • Coronavirus has infected nearly 78,000 people globally
  • CTTC chief seeks media’s constructive role to end militancy
  • President in Chattogram on four-day tour
  • Tk 200 notes in March to mark ‘Mujib Year’
  • Banking sector now hostage to a quarter: CPD
  • Robi makes Tk 17 cr profit in 2019
  • FBCCI seeks policy support to tackle virus impact
  • Govt is working to move the economy forward: Kamal
  • PM, Sheikh Rehana visit exhibition on Bangabandhu
  • Harry and Meghan to end use of 'SussexRoyal' brand
  • Another held over journo attack on DCC polls day
  • China's coronavirus economic cardiac arrest
  • Rizvi injured as cops charge baton at Mirpur
  • Bangladeshi ‘infected with coronavirus’ in UAE
  • BB to launch commemorative gold, silver coins
  • NASA to resume InSight Lander's heat probe using new plan
  • ‘Robber’ killed in Sylhet ‘gunfight’
  • Columbia University to develop antibodies against coronavirus
  • Ekushey Book Fair draws huge crowd
  • Manipuri language learning centres inaugurated in Sylhet
  • Bangladesh keeps them aloft despite Ervine’s century
  • China's Xi writes thank you note to Bill Gates for virus pledge
  • Sanders warns Russia, Trump scoffs as new meddling charges hit US election
  • Cast of hit sitcom 'Friends' reuniting for 25th anniversay
  • Khurshid’s photo show ‘Banglar Apon Soudho’ begins at BSA
  • Bangladesh envoy holds talks with Jaishankar
  • Homage paid to language martyrs in districts
  • RUET research team invents devises theft-proof ATM
  • Rebuked for mobile use, teen commits suicide
  • New dimensions in Ekushey observance
  • Domingo urges to play more on good domestic wickets
  • Head coach keeps ‘Fizz’ out of Test XI
  • BCB asks Riyad to rethink future in Test cricket
  • Zimbabwe’s main target to build pool of players
  • Yadav bowls India to upset win in women’s T20WC
  • Coronavirus fears: 10 Italian towns in lockdown
  • First European dies from coronavirus in Italy
  • China virus death toll reaches 2,345
  • Rigan’s painting exhibition ‘Red Dwarf’ underway at AFD
  • Theatre Circle to stage ‘Nakshi Kanthar Math’ today
  • Robi eyes to raise Tk 5.2b through IPO in Bangladesh
  • No respite for buyers as vegetable prices continue to rise
  • Asian markets fall on fears over coronavirus spread
  • Argentina faces race against time to renegotiate debt
  • Major contributors block European Union budget talks
  • Swiss bank slammed for failing to fight money laundering
  • World News
    Harry and Meghan to end use of 'SussexRoyal' brand The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are to stop using their "SussexRoyal" brand…
    China's Xi writes thank you note to Bill Gates for virus pledge
Chinese President Xi Jinping has written a letter expressing thanks to the Bill…
    Coronavirus fears: 10 Italian towns in lockdown Authorities in northern Italy on Friday ordered the closure of schools, bars and…
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    Don’t neglect mother tongue, says PM
    Metro
    Another held over journo attack on DCC polls day Police arrested another suspect from Mohammadpur early Saturday in connection with the attack on journalist Mostafizur Rahman Sumon on the day of Dhaka…
    ‘Robber’ killed in Sylhet ‘gunfight’
A suspected robber was killed in a reported gunfight with police at Surirkhal in Bishwanath upazila of Sylhet early Saturday. The identity of the…
  • Manipuri language learning centres inaugurated in Sylhet
  • Homage paid to language martyrs in districts
  • RUET research team invents devises theft-proof ATM
  • Bangladesh
    CTTC chief seeks media’s constructive role to end militancy Chief of the Counter Terrorism and Transnational Crime (CTTC) Unit of Dhaka Metropolitan Police (DMP) Md Monirul Islam has urged both the print and electronic media to run reports with caution to help tackle militancy and terrorism. “The main aim of terrorists is to create panic and draw people’s…
    President in Chattogram on four-day tour President Abdul Hamid on Saturday arrived in Chattogram on a three-day tour to attend different programmes. A VVIP helicopter carrying the President landed on the premises of Artillery Centre and School (AC&S) in the afternoon. The Army chief, Chattogram Area Commander, AC&S commandant, and…
  • BB to launch commemorative gold, silver coins
  • Don’t neglect mother tongue, says PM
  • Politics
    Rizvi injured as cops charge baton at Mirpur At least 10 BNP leaders and activists, including its senior joint secretary general Ruhul Kabir Rizvi, were injured in the city’s Mirpur area on Saturday as police charged batons on them as they took out a procession demanding the release of Khaleda Zia. Just a day before hearing on a bail petition…
    Khaleda’s relatives meet her at BSMMU Five relatives of BNP Chairperson Khaleda Zia met her at Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujib Medical University (BSMMU) on Friday afternoon. Her younger brother Shamim Eskander, his wife Kaniz Fatema, son Avik Eskander, nephews Shafin Eskander and Shahriar Haque entered the Cabin Block of BSMMU around 3 pm but…
  • BNP fails to deliver politics for common people: Hasan
  • No rule of law, justice in country now: Fakhrul
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    • A resident emerges from a disinfection channel set up as a protective measure against the COVID-19 coronavirus at the entrance to their compound in Tongzhou, east of Beijing yesterday. The channel uses humidifiers to spray a mist of disinfectant as residents passthrough. The toll from China's coronavirus epidemic jumped to 1,868 yesterday after 98more people died, according to the National Health Commission. AFP PHOTO
    • Vienna : Flowers bloom near the Danube river in Vienna, Austria on February 17, 2020. AFP PHOTO
    • Paris : Models of the Eiffel tower are displayed in front of the Eiffel Tower illuminated with pink hearts and love messages to mark the Valentine's day in Paris, on February 14, 2020. AFP PHOTO
    • Greece : People stand on the waterfront during sunset in Thessaloniki on February 13, 2020. AFP PHOTO
    • Climber form large queues on Mount Everest at peak season as the world’s tallest mountain summit attracts climbers from all over the world. AFP PHOTO
    • In this picture taken on Monday Indian artist Sudarsan Pattnaik puts some final touches as he makes a sand sculpture depicting people wearing protective facemasks with a message reading 'Fight against coronavirus, We stand with China' at Puri beach in Puri. The number of fatalities from China's new coronavirus epidemic jumped to 1,011 nationwide on February 11 after hard-hit Hubei province reported 103 new deaths. AFP PHOTO
    • Members of the Spanish NGO Maydayterraneo take a group of migrants from Bangladesh, Afghanistan and Pakistan to the Aita Mari rescue boat during the rescue of 65 migrants in the Mediterranean international waters off the Libyan coast on Monday. AFP PHOTO
    • Syria : Corn bunting (Emberiza calandra) birds stand on branches amdist snow in a field in the northeastern Syrian town of al-Malikiyah (Derik) at the border with Turkey after a blizzard on February 10, 2020. AFP PHOTO
    • Seagulls fly as the sun rises over Cecchignola, south of Rome, on February 3, 2020. AFP PHOTO
    • A man rides a unicycle at Istanbul's Karakoy district on February 4, 2020. AFP PHOTO
    Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina takes a selfie along with her younger sister Sheikh Rehana and daughter Saima Wazed Hossain Putul in front of a
portrait of Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman in the capital yesterday. PHOTO: COLLECTED Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina takes a selfie along with her younger sister Sheikh Rehana and…
    WREATHS ALL AROUND: A baby girl seen in all smiles as she holds some flowers to be
offered as a mark of tribute to the language martyrs at the Central Shaheed Minar in the
capital on the Language Martyrs’ Day yesterday. FOCUS BANGLA PHOTO WREATHS ALL AROUND: A baby girl seen in all smiles as she holds some flowers to be offered…
    President Abdul Hamid and Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina stand in solemn silence for a while after placing wreaths as
a mark of their profound respect to the memories of the language heroes at the Central Shaheed Minar in the capital at
one minute past midnight tonight. THE INDEPENDENT PHOTO President Abdul Hamid and Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina stand in solemn silence for a while…
    Awardees of the second highest civilian award of the country Ekushey Padak pose for a photograph with Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina at the Osmani
Memorial Auditorium in the capital yesterday, marking International Mother Language Day and Shaheed Dibash today. FOCUS BANGLA PHOTO Awardees of the second highest civilian award of the country Ekushey Padak pose for a photograph…
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