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  • Padma trawler capsize: 2 still missing
  • Rain delays start of play on day 4
  • HC verdict on Gatco case petitions Aug 5
  • Woman commits suicide after killing 2 daughters
  • HC verdict on Gatco case…
    The High Court is set to deliver its verdict on August 5 on two petitions…
  • Rain delays start of play…
    Rain has again delayed the start of fourth day's play of the…
  • Woman commits suicide after…
    A woman allegedly committed suicide after killing her two daughters…
  • PM enjoys power to arrange…
    Ruling out the possibility of any snap polls, Awami League general…
  • Padma trawler capsize: 2…
    Two of the three people who went missing as two trawlers capsized…
Spot Light
The dwellers of Garati enclave in sadar uapzila of the district celebrated the historic swap of enclaves with India by hoisting the Bangladeshi…
India, Myanmar monsoon rains leave dozens dead At least 20 people have been killed in a landslide as monsoon rains continue to…
11 killed in Colombia military plane crash The crash on Friday of a Colombian airforce plane has killed 11 people officials…
Bin Laden family 'on Blackbushe Airport crash plane Family members of Osama Bin Laden were on board a plane which crashed in Hampshire,…
Philippines Haiyan rebuilding 'inadequate', says UN The Philippines has not done enough to rebuild after Super Typhoon Haiyan, as thousands…
Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg to become a father Facebook Chief Executive Mark Zuckerberg and his wife, Priscilla Chan, are expecting…
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Dhaka Metro
Primary evidence validates salesgirl’s gang-rape Doctors at the Forensic Department of Dhaka Medical College Hospital (DMCH) in a test on Saturday found the  primary evidence of gang-rape of a salesgirl…
  • One held while making bombs in capital
  • Facebook hacker held in capital
  • Causes of traffic jam to be identified through survey
  • Billboard lands on pedestrian in capital
  • Events
    At the end of a long day of bilateral meetings and news…
    Polls must under neutral govt, reiterates Khaleda Stating that BNP has not backed off its stance on the election-time government, BNP Chairperson Khaleda Zia on Saturday night said the national election…
    No elections before 29 January 2019: Tofail Commerce Minister Tofail Ahmed states that the next national elections will not be held before the 29th of January 2019, when the tenure of the current…
  • Next polls to be held as per constitution: Ashraf
  • Inu resumes targeting Khaleda Zia
  • AL happy over SC verdict against SQ Chy
  • JCD chief Rajib remanded
  • Bangladesh
    Suspected robber killed in reported gunfight An alleged robber leader was killed and four police personnel were also injured in a gunfight between police and robbers at Rajanagar village in sadar…
    20 rescued; human trafficker held in Joypurhat A team of Detective Branch (DB) of police, in separate drives, arrested a human trafficker and rescued 20 people from two residential hotels in Joypurhat…
  • National flag hoisted in Panchagarh marking enclave swap
  • People suffer as utility agencies lack coordination
  • Intermittent rains continue in Dhk, Ctg
  • Youth stabbed dead in Cox’s Bazar
  • Sports
    WWE wrestler “Rowdy” Roddy Piper dies at 61 The former professional wrestler 'Rowdy' Roddy Piper, known for wearing a kilt in the ring, has died aged 61. Piper, born Roderick Toombs in Saskatchewan,…
    Rain washes out third day’s play The play on the third day in the second and final test between Bangladesh and South Africa has also been washed out. Earlier the play of second day was…
  • Beijing to host 2022 Winter Olympics and Paralympics
  • Bangladesh 246-8 at stumps in 2nd Test
  • English FA backs Platini to become FIFA chief
  • Tigers keen to take Proteas’ challenge
  • Entertainment
    US country singer Lynn Anderson dies
    US country singer Lynn Anderson, best known for her 1971 hit (I Never Promised You a) Rose Garden, has died, aged 67. She had been in hospital in Nashville,…
    Angelina Jolie preparing son Maddox to take over charity Hollywood actor-filmmaker Angelina Jolie wants her eldest son, Maddox, to run the charity she named after him in Cambodia in the future and has hired…
  • Never imagined I would be around for so long: Juhi Chawla
  • Hrithik Roshan is all praise for Freida
  • Poll
    Today's Question »
    Awami League General Secretary Syed Ashraful Islam has said that there will be no existence of BNP if it skips the next polls. Do you agree?
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    Yes 22.2%
    No 77.8%
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    Photo Gallery
    • Fishermen

      INDIA : Indian fishermen carry a boat into the sea on a sunny day in Mumbai on July 31, 2015. AFP PHOTO

    • airplane

      BRAZIL : An airplane lands under heavy fog at Sao Paulo's international airport "Governador Andre Franco Montoro", in Guarulhos, Sao Paulo State, Brazil, on July 28, 2015. AFP PHOTO

    • children

      AFGHANISTAN : Afghan children play ghursai, a traditional boy's game, on the outskirts of Kabul on July 28, 2015. AFP PHOTO

    • jumps

      GREECE : A youth jumps in the sea near a southern suburb of Athens on July 28, 2015. AFP PHOTO

    • elephant

      IVORY COAST : A visitor feeds a banana to an elephant at the zoo in Abidjan on July 24, 2015. AFP PHOTO

    • Mercedes

      HUNGARY : Mercedes AMG Petronas F1 Team's British driver Lewis Hamilton ompetes during the second practice session of the Hungarian Grand Prix Formula One race on July 24, 2015 at the Hungaroring racetrack in Mogyorod. AFP PHOTO

    • Robot-playing-football-match

      CHINA : Robots compete in a football match during the RoboCup 2015 in Hefei, east China's Anhui province on July 22, 2015. AFP PHOTO

    • Indonesian-man

      INDONESIA :An Indonesian man carrying firewood on a motorcycle passes a field in Banyuwangi located in eastern Java island as Mount Raung volcano emits steam and ash (background) on July 21, 2015. AFP PHOTO

    • monsoon

      INDIA : An Indian woman sit under a tree at the roadside during the monsoon rains in New Delhi on July 20, 2015. AFP PHOTO

    • choir-stalls

      FRANCE : This picture shows a detail of the choir stalls inside the Sainte-Marie Cathedral in Saint-Bertrand-de-Comminges, outhwestern France. The former cathedral is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. AFP PHOTO

    Art & Culture
    'Jurassic World' is now third-biggest movie in history
    The dinosaur blockbuster "Jurassic World" has now surpassed "Marvel's The Avengers" to become the third highest-grossing film in history. The movie is now behind only "Titanic" and "Avatar" after hitting $1.52 billion at the worldwide box office, reports Variety. In the US, the film, which stars Chris Pratt and Bryce Dallas Howard and is directed by Colin Tervorrow, has also become only the fourth film ever to cross the $600 million mark at the domestic box office. With just one territory left for release -- Japan -- "Jurassic World" is expected to stop at number three rather than topple the $2.18 billion earned by "Titanic" or the $2.79 billion grossed by "Avatar."  
    Life Style
    New 'Daily Host' host says tenor will change, not targets
    Incoming "Daily Show" host Trevor Noah said politics and the media will…
    The post-workout hair and skincare bible
    How many times have you fretted about the messy locks and grimy skin that your daily…
    Home remedies to prevent hair fall
    Grieving over excess hair fall? Massaging your scalp for a few minutes daily and…
    Foods to suit your sun sign
    The influence of astrology in your life is not limited to future predictions, it…
    Apple fake factory 'caught in China'
    A factory which had made up to 41,000 fake Apple iPhones has been caught in China…
    Self-Aware robot solves riddle
    In a surprising and perhaps frightening new twist, a robot has demonstrated that…
    Apple posts record third-quarter as iPhone sales surge
    The technology giant sold 47.5 million iPhones in the quarter to 27 June, up 35%…
    Enigma coding machine auction boosted by bidding war
    One of the few remaining Enigma coding machines has been sold at auction for more…
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