Saturday 7 December 2019 ,
Saturday 7 December 2019 ,
Latest News
  • Govt plans to introduce virtual court: PM
  • BNP to stage nationwide demo tomorrow
  • Mabia, Ziarul bag gold in weightlifting while Fatema secures gold in fencing
  • Using all tools against Myanmar for resolving Rohingya crisis: Canada
  • Military base shooter assailed US as 'nation of evil'
  • India woman, set ablaze by men accused of raping her, dies
  • One killed in Meghna launch collision
  • 3 family members found dead in Barishal
  • Military base shooter assailed US as 'nation of evil'
  • Petrobangla building fire extinguished
  • Diesel-based power too costly for PDB
At a Glance
  • ‘Godfathers’ can’t be AL leaders: Quader
  • UGC to examine graft documents against JU VC: Dipu
  • Fawad Alam recalled for Sri Lanka Tests
  • BNP to stage nationwide demo tomorrow
  • Using all tools against Myanmar for resolving Rohingya crisis: Canada
  • Mabia, Ziarul bag gold in weightlifting while Fatema secures gold in fencing
  • 5 foods to make glow skin
  • Ticket prices to view moonlit Taj Mahal from vantage point increased
  • Singaporean beauty Ava on global domination
  • Art can help battle devious minds
  • Man dies in Chattogram fire
  • White House rejects participation in ‘baseless’ impeachment probe
  • Govt plans to introduce virtual court: PM
  • India woman, set ablaze by men accused of raping her, dies
  • One killed in Meghna launch collision
  • China's Sui and Han win ISU Grand Prix Final pairs gold, Kihira crashes
  • Inter held by Roma after racism storm, leaving Juve to eye top spot
  • Sweden's Ericsson to pay $1 bn over bribery allegations: US govt
  • Nobel winner Handke dodges questions on Balkan wars
  • Elon Musk cleared of defamation over 'pedo guy' tweet
  • Locals cheer Morales exit in ex-Bolivia leader's former fiefdom
  • Military base shooter assailed US as 'nation of evil'
  • 12 held along Jhenaidah border
  • SA Games: Weightlifters Sathy, Shakayet clinch silver medals for Bangladesh
  • Merkel expresses "deep shame" during visit to Auschwitz
  • Acupuncture reduces radiation-induced dry mouth for cancer patients: Study
  • Space project eXTP to set example of good cooperation with China: Czech scientists
  • 3 family members found dead in Barishal
  • Mithila, Srijit tie the knot
  • Petrobangla building fire extinguished
  • Arctic ice sees 56 polar bears descend on Russian village
  • Ghorasal Fertiliser Factory to ‘go green with larger capacity’
  • Bangladesh made great progress braving challenges: UNESCO
  • Community clinics come as relief for rural poor people
  • ‘People with disabilities turned into human resources’
  • Global Migration Film Festival in Cox’s Bazar from Tuesday
  • Mangaldeep Foundation stages new play ‘Lottery’
  • Indian play ‘AAbritto’ on day II at Shilpakala today
  • Shoshee plans silent birthday to mourn Mahfuzur
  • Evening of flute, tabla by ICCR Scholars today
  • Khalil to be recalled on 5th death anniv today
  • Local players ready to shine in BPL
  • Bangladesh triumph as Soumya hits cameo 50
  • Trade hopes lift Asia markets but investors eye deadline
  • Samsung to take on iPhone popularity with big camera overhaul
  • Google’s Sundar Pichai steps into huge role as Alphabet CEO
  • OPEC seeks crude quota compliance
  • China to exempt ‘some’ US soybean, pork from tariffs
  • Voda Idea says it’ll shut if no relief provided by govt
  • Diesel-based power too costly for PDB
  • More winged guests arrive at JU this year
  • World News
    White House rejects participation in ‘baseless’ impeachment probe
The White House blasted the impeachment inquiry into Donald Trump as "completely…
    India woman, set ablaze by men accused of raping her, dies After hours of fighting, the rape victim from Uttar Pradesh's Unnao district,…
    Nobel winner Handke dodges questions on Balkan wars
Nobel literature laureate Peter Handke is days away from receiving his award, but…
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    Diesel-based power too costly for PDB
    Metro
    Man dies in Chattogram fire
A young man was burnt to death after an electric short-circuit sparked a fire at a house in Paschim Gomdondi in Boalkhali upazila of Chattogram early…
    One killed in Meghna launch collision
A man was killed and 15 others were injured when two passenger launches collided on the Meghna River in Sonargaon upazila of Narayanganj on Saturday morning.…
  • 12 held along Jhenaidah border
  • Ghorasal Fertiliser Factory to ‘go green with larger capacity’
  • Bangladesh made great progress braving challenges: UNESCO
  • Bangladesh
    Petrobangla building fire extinguished
A fire that broke out at the Petrobangla building in Karwan Bazar on Saturday morning was put out after about half an hour. Ershad Liton, duty of Fire Service, said the fire was reported from the 13th floor of the 15-storey building around 9:26am. Seven firefighting units rushed to the spot and extinguished…
    Stamford students 
rally for justice Students of Stamford University yesterday launched a protest demanding justice for the alleged murder of their fellow Rubaiya Sharmin Rumpa in Siddheshwari area of Dhaka on Wednesday night. The students gathered on the campus in Siddheshwari, demanded a proper investigation into Rumpa’s death.…
  • More winged guests arrive at JU this year
  • Diesel-based power too costly for PDB
  • Politics
    No change in post of AL president in next council: Quader
Awami League General Secretary Obaidul Quader on Sunday said there will be no change in the post of party president in the AL’s 21st national council slated for December 20-21. “There will be no change in one post and that is the post of president. Our party President Sheikh Hasina…
    Deferment of Khaleda's bail petition hearing unprecedented: BNP
BNP on Friday said the Appellate Division’s decision to defer the hearing on the bail petition of its chairperson Khaleda Zia is unprecedented. “It’s said the situation in the High Court and Supreme Court (on Thursday) unprecedented. We also think such a decision (of the Appellate…
  • Pro-BNP lawyers’ behaviour unforgivable: Quader
  • BNP an ally of anti-liberation forces: Dipu Moni
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    • 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
    • West Bengal : Volunteers with painted bodies look on as they participate in an awareness event on the eve of the 'World AIDS Day' in Kolkata on November 30, 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
    • Moscow : A view of downtown Moscow at sunset on November 25, 2019. AFP PHOTO
    Crowds of guest birds flock to winter in the wetlands on the campus of Jahahgirnagar University at Savar on the outskirts of the capital. The photo
wassnapped recently. INDEPENDENT PHOTO Crowds of guest birds flock to winter in the wetlands on the campus of Jahahgirnagar University…
    Buyers at ‘Holiday Market’ busy bargaining with sellers for warm clothes as these become essential for all ages during this season of the year.
Street vendors become a popular source of such items for the low-income section of the society. The photo was taken from Motijheel Ideal School
and College in the capital yesterday. SUMANTA CHAKRABORTY Buyers at ‘Holiday Market’ busy bargaining with sellers for warm clothes as these become…
    People walk along a road enveloped in thick dust and dirt at Nandi Para in the capital yesterday as winter sets in. In terms of air quality, Dhaka stands
among the worst cities in recent days, leaving people to suffer all sorts of respiratory diseases. PHOTO: SUMANTA CHAKRABORTY People walk along a road enveloped in thick dust and dirt at Nandi Para in the capital yesterday…
    Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina hands over a crest to one of the specially-abled people at a function marking the 28th International and the 21st
National Day of Persons with Disabilities in the capital’s Mirpur area yesterday. STAR MAIL PHOTO Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina hands over a crest to one of the specially-abled people at a…
    Entertainment, Art & Culture
    Mithila, Srijit tie the knot
    Actress Rafiath Rashid Mithila and Tollywood director Srijit Mukherji have finally tied the knot. The marriage was solemnised through registry at Sujit’s South Kolkata flat on Friday evening, reports Anandabazar. Some friends and close relatives were present…
    Environment
    Arctic ice sees 56 polar bears descend on Russian village

    Arctic ice sees 56 polar bears descend on Russian village

    More than 50 polar bears have gathered on the edge of a village in Russia’s far north, environmentalists and residents said, as weak Arctic ice leaves them unable to roam. The Russian branch of…
    Life Style
    Health & Life Style
    Acupuncture reduces radiation-induced dry mouth for cancer patients: Study
    A new study has shown that acupuncture can help reduce dry mouth for head and neck…
    Art can help battle devious minds
    Tired of examining rape incidents in the society, 22-year-old Shreya Arora, who…
    Singaporean beauty Ava on global domination
    It may surprise many people to know that the supermodel, Ava Aashna Chopra, is currently…
    Science & Tech
    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…
    Taiwan scientists find approach to rewrite animals' regeneration memory
    A team of scientists from Taiwan have discovered an approach to manipulate…
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