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  • Stay alert against women repression: PM
  • SA Games Archery: Suma, Sohel, Shana win gold for Bangladesh
  • PM distributes Begum Rokeya Padak
  • Barrage of challenges as Myanmar faces ICJ
  • Dhaka sees ray of hope
  • Trump impeachment drive enters crucial week in divided Congress
  • Miss South Africa wins 2019 Miss Universe crown
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  • Won’t spare the corrupt: ACC Chairman
  • Minimum sleep required for healthy life
  • Travel with Brunch: The German interlude
  • Ranveer, Kriti, Janhvi as best dressed celebrities
  • Tattoo artist Vikas Malani opens up about his journey
  • Stay alert against women repression: PM
  • SA Games Archery: Suma, Sohel, Shana win gold
  • Free-scoring Salzburg pose serious threat to leaky Liverpool
  • Cagliari move fourth as AC Milan get back on track
  • Brazilian giants Cruzeiro relegated for first time
  • Trump impeachment drive enters crucial week in divided Congress
  • India gang-rape shootings revives extrajudicial killing fears
  • UK election campaign enters final rounds with Brexit on the line
  • Syrian President Assad's uncle on trial in France on graft charges
  • One critically injured as popular New Zealand volcano erupts
  • Panchagarh shivers as mercury dips to 8C
  • Banana, duct tape add up to $150,000 at Art Basel Miami
  • Migratory birds battle poachers in Khulna
  • PM distributes Begum Rokeya Padak
  • Miss South Africa wins 2019 Miss Universe crown
  • Sana’s confidence level boosts for Olympics
  • Top Indian players unlikely to play Asia XI in Dhaka
  • Team leaves for Hague at ICJ hearing
  • Rohingya crisis in key dates
  • Indian firm selected as project manager
  • ‘Master’s poor skill responsible for launch accident’
  • China Harbour celebrates Int’l Volunteers’ Day
  • Pearl Harbor veteran interred on sunken ship
  • Skill dev must to face Industry 4.0
  • e-TIN holders to be forced to submit returns: NBR
  • Ceramic expo ends with $5.5m export order
  • Bourses continue losing streak
  • Cultural arena to remember Begum Rokeya
  • ‘Pulsirat’ to be staged today
  • ‘Cyprus Food Festival’ at Royal Park Residence Hotel
  • Nandita in new song and TVC
  • Short film ‘Revolt’ to be premiered at Central Public Library today
  • Barrage of challenges as Myanmar faces ICJ
  • Dhaka sees ray of hope
  • Hasina opens BPL with fireworkdisplay
  • ACC wants power to file cases
  • PM distributes Nat’l Film Awards
  • World News
    Trump impeachment drive enters crucial week in divided Congress
The impeachment proceedings against US President Donald Trump in a sharply divided…
    Barrage of challenges 
as Myanmar faces ICJ Myanmar is facing a barrage of legal challenges in an attempt to hold it accountable…
    India gang-rape shootings revives extrajudicial killing fears
The shooting of four gang-rape and murder suspects by Indian police has highlighted…
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    Metro
    Panchagarh shivers as mercury dips to 8C The temperature in Panchagarh district dropped below 10 degrees Celsius on Sunday, hinting at a rough winter ahead. Locals said it begins to warm up after…
    ‘Master’s poor skill responsible for launch accident’
The launch accident that took place on Saturday was caused by the master’s poor skill and inefficiency, according to the probe committee’s…
  • China Harbour celebrates Int’l Volunteers’ Day
  • Jute mill workers threaten to go on hunger strike Tuesday
  • Drug addict kills wife, 2 kids in Rangpur
  • Bangladesh
    Indian firm selected as project manager The government has selected the Indian branch of international consultancy company Price Waterhouse Coopers (PwC) Private Limited for ‘Project Management and Quality Assurance (PMQA)’ consultancy service to help implement the Bangladesh Regional Connectivity Project-1. The Internal Resources…
    Team leaves for Hague at ICJ hearing Bangladesh will make its presence felt through various engagements among the international community during the three-day hearing at The Hague as top UN court is set to hear Myanmar genocide case beginning tomorrow, says an official. A Bangladesh delegation, led by Foreign Secretary M Shahidul Haque,…
  • Rohingya crisis in key dates
  • Rumpa murder case: Saikat put on 4-day remand
  • Politics
    BNP lost public support due to negative politics: Quader
Road Transport and Bridges Minister Obaidul Quader on Sunday said BNP has lost public support due to its negative politics. “People do not respond to the BNP’s movement…there is no tide in the dying river of movement. Today the party has lost public support due to its negative…
    DUCSU GS Rabbani demands VP Nur’s resignation Dhaka University Central Students’ Union (DUCSU) General secretary Golam Rabbani on Sunday demanded the resignation of its Vice-President Nurul Haque Nur for his alleged involvement in corruption and extortion. He came up with the demand at a press conference held at the office at Ducsu building…
  • BNP to stage countrywide demo again Tuesday
  • AL watchful of BNP moves
  • Today's Print Edition
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    • United States : Groves of Christmas trees, Balsam Fir, Fraser Fir, and some Concolors, stand in a snow covered field at the Beverly Tree Farm in Beverly, Massachusetts, on December 5, 2019. AFP PHOTO
    • New Delhi : Sweden's King Carl XVI Gustaf (2R) and Queen Silvia (2L) visit the Jama Masjid mosque in the old quarters of New Delhi on December 2, 2019. AFP PHOTO
    • DEUTSCHLAND : The sun rises near the small Bavarian village of Puchheim, southern Germany, with temperatures by minus three degrees on December 4, 2019. AFP PHOTO
    • This recent photo shows a ‘harial’ bird eating fruits on a banyan tree at Dariapur village in Mujibnagar upazila under Meherpur. COURTESY: M A MUHIT
    • Netherlands : Fishing boats search for two people on board the missing fishing boat from Urk, the UK165 Lummetje, which disappeared between Texel and Den Helder, in the Netherlands, on November 28, 2019. AFP PHOTO
    • Moscow : People enjoy the Christmas and New Year's lights as they stroll at the Red Square, with the Kremlin's Spasskaya Tower seen in the background in Moscow on December 1, 2019. AFP PHOTO
    • West Bengal : People walk on a foggy morning at the Maidan park in Kolkata on November 29, 2019. AFP PHOTO
    • Nepal : Boats are seen moored near the shore of Phewa Lake at sunset in Pokhara on November 27, 2019. AFP PHOTO
    • Germany : The traditional Christmas Market opens in front of the Frauenkirche (Church of Our Lady) in Nuremberg, southern Germany, on November 29, 2019. AFP PHOTO
    • Taiwan : A woman walks in a flower field in Pingchang District in Taoyuan, northern Taiwan on November 26, 2019. AFP PHOTO
    Bollywood superstars Salman Khan and Katrina Kaif enthral spectators marking the grand opening of the special edition of Bangladesh Premier
League (BPL), titled 'Bangabandhu BPL' at Sher-e-Bangla National Cricket Stadium in Dhaka yesterday. (inset) Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina
inaugurates the T20 competition. With this gala event, ‘Mujib Barsha’ celebration is officially kicked off. FOCUS BANGLA PHOTO Bollywood superstars Salman Khan and Katrina Kaif enthral spectators marking the grand opening…
    Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina hands over National Film Award to Shakib Khan at a ceremony held at Bangabandhu
International Conference Centre in the capital yesterday. FOCUS BANGLA PHOTO Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina hands over National Film Award to Shakib Khan at a ceremony held…
    Some people are seen taking rest on a boat as it passes underneath the Aminbazar metal bridge yesterday, as seen
through a gaping hole on the footbridge. The bridge, used for movement of people in the capital’s Gabtoli area,
remains in a dilapidated condition with numerous potholes on it – thereby posing risk for accident at any moment.
(Inset) Pedestrians walk past the large hole. PHOTO: NAZMUL ISLAM Some people are seen taking rest on a boat as it passes underneath the Aminbazar metal bridge…
    A bus of the state-owned Bangladesh Road Transport Corporation (BTRC) catches fire in the capital’s Kurmitola area
around 3:50pm yesterday. FOCUS BANGLA PHOTO A bus of the state-owned Bangladesh Road Transport Corporation (BTRC) catches fire in the…
    Entertainment, Art & Culture
    Nandita in new song and TVC
    Young promising singer Sanzida Mahmood Nandita has recently lent her vocal to a new song titled ‘Gangchil’. The song is now available on the official YouTube channel of Rangon Music. With the lyric written by Jamal Hossain, the tune and music arrangement…
    Environment
    Migratory birds battle poachers in Khulna

    Migratory birds battle poachers in Khulna

    Although the poaching of migratory birds is a punishable act, it is going on unabated in Khulna under the nose of the local administration and police.  It is even alleged that police take money from…
    Life Style
    Health & Life Style
    Minimum sleep required for healthy life
    The minimum sleep required to sustain a healthy lifestyle varies for different people…
    Tattoo artist Vikas Malani opens up about his journey
    Vikas Malani, founder of BodyCanvas Tattoos and Piercings, has worked with many…
    Ranveer, Kriti, Janhvi as best dressed celebrities
    What is it about Bollywood celebrities that excites populations all around the world?…
    Science & Tech
    China leads in electric, hybrid vehicle market: survey
    Chinese consumers are much more likely than people in other major countries…
    Space project eXTP to set example of good cooperation with China: Czech scientists
    The enhanced X-Ray Timing and Polarimetry mission (eXTP) could set an example…
    Scientists search wild for food plant genes
    Scientists have been on a global search for the wild relatives of our food…
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