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  • BNP seeks dialogue for ‘fair’ polls
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World News
Syria army retakes over half
of rebel east Aleppo AFP, ALEPPO, Syria: Syria’s army advanced overnight deeper into east Aleppo…
Trump says he’ll cancel Obama’s ‘unconstitutional’ executive actions During the presidential campaign, Donald Trump pledged to “cancel every unconstitutional…
Indonesian police plane with 13 on board missing Officials say an Indonesian police plane carrying 13 people lost contact during…
Beijing dismisses Trump-Taiwan call as ploy by Taipei US President-elect Donald Trump spoke by phone with President Tsai Ing-wen of Taiwan,…
Trump speaks directly with Taiwan's leader, irking China In a break with decadeslong diplomatic tradition, President-elect Donald Trump spoke…
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Uber plying on Dhaka roads defying BRTA ban
Business
When kitchen comes calling In Dhaka, where many traditions are being rapidly overturned as a result of globalisation, the practice of eating a home-cooked meal for lunch still lives…
  • Russian central bank loses $31 million in cyber attack
  • PM optimistic about Teesta treaty
  • Dhaka seeks Tokyo’s continued support to achieve dev goals
  • Indian Exim Bank all ready to open representative office in Dhaka
  • Dhaka Metro
    Minister wants university to partner ministry State Minister for Power and Energy Nasrul Hamid on Saturday urged the Sylhet Shahjalal University of Science and Technology to work in partnership with…
  • Raise age limit of govt jobs, students demand
  • Legal wrangles rob Dhaka children of amusement parks
  • Original Louis Kahn layout of Jatiya Sangsad arrives
  • Ansar man injured by miscreants dies at DMCH
  • Politics
    No special aircraft for VVIPs: PM Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Saturday ruled out the possibility of procuring any special aircraft for her safer journeys saying there is no scope in…
    BNP seeks dialogue for ‘fair’ polls BNP secretary general Mirza Fakhrul Islam Alamgir on Saturday reiterated their party’s call to the government for engaging in talks forgetting past…
  • PM attributes flight debacle to mechanical glitch
  • Hectic lobbying by aspirants
  • BNP revamp slows down
  • Nation had to face disaster if PM's flight failed to land safely: Quader
  • Bangladesh
    Five-for Afif steals the show 
Afif Hossain Dhrubo, the national Under-19 vice-captain, made a remarkable debut, claiming five for 21 on his first ever match in the senior level cricket…
    87 bridges to be built to improve rural road connectivity The government has planned to construct 87 bridges in important points across the country in a bid to improve rural road connectivity and help boost agricultural…
  • City’s Shyambazar kitchen market catches fire
  • 10 Hindu houses set on fire in Dinajpur
  • JS 13th session begins Sunday
  • Gov to set up HC benches in Sylhet, Chittagong
  • Sports
    Riders hunt a brace with single bullet Rangpur Riders simultaneously ruined the hopes of two teams — Barisal Bulls and Comilla Victorians — in their bid to stay alive into the top…
    Bodies of Brazil football team killed in crash arrive home The bodies of 50 players, coaches and staff from a Brazilian football team tragically wiped out in a plane crash in Colombia arrived home Saturday for…
  • Chelsea beat Man City, top Premier League
  • Shahzad stars of Rangpur Riders' victory in BPL
  • Bangladesh lose to Sri Lanka in woman's Asia Cup
  • Malaysia player beats Messi, Neymar to FIFA shortlist
  • Entertainment
    Sunny Leone beats PM Modi, SRK, Salman to become most-searched celeb of 2016
    Sunny Leone, the former adult star-turned-actor has trumped Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Salman Khan to become the most searched personality for the…
    Suborna in shooting at end of year Seasoned actress Suborna Mustafa is going to start working for a new film in the last week of the current year. DhakaLive has news that she will take…
  • Anima’s homage to Liberation War martyrs
  • Ayub Bacchu in Band Fest for third time
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    • Dubai : People walking past an Emirates Airbus A380 turned into a floral installation, at the Dubai Miracle Garden. AFP PHOTO
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    • KUWAIT CITY : Hamra Tower, the highest building in Kuwait, shows Britain's Royal Air Force (RAF) aerobatic team, The Red Arrows, performing during a show in Kuwait City. AFP
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    Farmers take out weeds in a carrot field at Hemayetpur of Savar in Dhaka yesterday morning. A large quantity of vegetables is grown in the country in winter. PHOTO: AZIZUR RAHMAN SUMON Farmers take out weeds in a carrot field at Hemayetpur of Savar in Dhaka yesterday morning.…
    People of all walks of life in Kagrachhari hold a rally in the town yesterday marking the 19th anniversary of Chittagong Hill Tracts (CHT) Peace Accord. INDEPENDENT PHOTO People of all walks of life in Kagrachhari hold a rally in the town yesterday marking the…
    Pedestrians are forced to use a busy road at Tibet intersection in the capital risking their lives as the construction wastes were piled up on the adjacent pavement after the repair work for the road was completed. PHOTO: AZIZUR RAHMAN SUMON Pedestrians are forced to use a busy road at Tibet intersection in the capital risking their…
    A vehicle of RAJUK in a drive demolishes illegal structures beside the rail track at East Jurain in the capital yesterday. INDEPENDENT PHOTO A vehicle of RAJUK in a drive demolishes illegal structures beside the rail track at East…
    Art & Culture
    ‘Gahar Badshah O Banesa Poree’  to be staged at Mahila Samiti
    Popular theatre troupe Nagorik Natyangan will stage its much acclaimed production titled ‘Gahar Badshah O Banesa Poree’ today at the Mahila Samiti Mancha in the capital’s Baily Road, as a part of 10-day theatre festival titled ‘BotTala Rangamela’. The event featuring new plays has been organised to celebrate 8th founding anniversary of theatre troupe BotTala. Based on a folk story, the play ‘Gahar Badshah O Banesa Poree’ is the 20th production of the troupe, and through the play, actress Hridi Haque made her debut as a director. The story of the play revolves around the Bishingsha Badshah, who ventures into the forest named Gilamight for hunting. After accidentally killing a human being, he is cursed by the mother. After he is blessed with two sons,…
    Life Style
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    Technology
    Uber plying on Dhaka roads defying BRTA ban
    Despite the ban on it, Uber—the global taxi-hailing app giant that has garnered…
    BRTA no to Uber services with pvt cars
    Bangladesh Road Transport Authority (BRTA) yesterday notified Uber, an app-based…
    No plan to restrict free calling apps: Tarana
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    AFP, SEOUL: South Korean prosecutors yesterday raided offices of the Samsung Group…
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