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  • Dispose Khaleda’s bail plea by July 26: HC
  • 2 including gunman killed, 13 injured in Toronto shooting
  • UNSC sits Monday to discuss Rohingya issue
  • Hospitalisation of Nawaz advised
  • 'Never, ever threaten' US again: Trump warns Iran
  • Slow internet likely on July 25-30
At a Glance
  • Missing NSU student found dead in Munshiganj
  • DC conference begins Tuesday
  • Attack on Mahmudur made to kill him: Fakhrul
  • Writ filed challenging bar on Imran’s travelling abroad
  • Bangladeshi student wins bronze in Int’l Biology Olympiad
  • Charges pressed against 8 in Holey café attack case
  • Trump fires off explosive threat to Iran's leader
  • Work for people, shun red tape culture: PM
  • Road crash kills 2 in Brahmanbaria
  • Fire breaks out at Chattogram DB office
  • Al-Shabab claims killing 27 soldiers in southern Somalia
  • UNSC sits Monday to discuss Rohingya issue
  • China military develops robotic submarines to launch new era of sea power
  • Prominent S Korea politician found dead
  • Northern region brace for power cuts as Barapukuria power plant closed
  • 'Calm down' period given to divorcing couple in China
  • Dispose Khaleda’s bail plea by July 26: HC
  • Dozens dead as deadly heat wave continues in Japan
  • I'm a victim of 'double standards' for club and country: Neymar
  • Ex- JCD president held in Sylhet
  • Hospitalisation of Nawaz advised
  • 2 including gunman killed, 13 injured in Toronto shooting
  • First malaria drug in 60 years given approval
  • 'Never, ever threaten' US again: Trump warns Iran
  • BCB to make first-class participation mandatory for national stars
  • Afghan strongman escapes as Kabul bomb blast kills 14
  • SLC suspends Gunathilaka from int'l cricket
  • ‘Argentina making progress in monetary policy’
  • Michael Manley new man at Fiat after revving up Jeep
  • British investors keen to invest more in Bangladesh: Rushanara
  • Flora Telecom to support deployment of e-passport
  • India withdraws tax on sanitary pads
  • ‘Haldaa’ to participate in three int’l festivals
  • 3-day national dance competition underway at Shilpakala
  • Workshop on live, studio & broadcast sound management begins in city
  • Ozil announces international retirement
  • Bangladesh beat West Indies by 48 runs in first ODI
  • Two shows of ‘Somoyer Proyojone’ to be staged at Shilpakala
  • 16 new posts soon to strengthen army chief’s secretariat
  • Beximco Pharma starts export of 4th product to US
  • Huge funding gap affects life-saving sectors
  • Delay in LNG supply to nat’l grid irks govt
  • 9 HC officials to face criminal case for bail forgery
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    Metro
    Road crash kills 2 in Brahmanbaria A pick-up van driver and his helper were killed and two other people injured following a collision between a covered-van and the vehicle on Dhaka-Sylhet…
    Fire breaks out at Chattogram DB office A fire broke out at the Detective Branch (DB) office of Chittagong Metropolitan Police (CMP) headquarters in Laldighi Par area in the city on Monday morning.…
  • 9 HC officials to face criminal case for bail forgery
  • Despite PM’s warning, BCL attack on quota reformists
  • No makeshift cattle market in city this Eid: Minister
  • Bangladesh
    Bangladeshi student wins bronze in Int’l Biology Olympiad Auddithio Nag, a Bangladeshi student, has won bronze medal in the 29th International Biology Olympiad (IBO) held in Iran. The award was announced and distributed on Sunday, said a press release. Four Bangladeshi high school students participated in the Olympiad held from July 15 to 22. The IBO, 2018…
    Work for people, shun red tape culture: PM Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Monday asked the public servants to shun the ‘red tape culture’ and pick the work that will be beneficial for the country and its people. “There’ll be complexities in every work…once there was a red tape culture; now we’re using white…
  • UNSC sits Monday to discuss Rohingya issue
  • Northern region brace for power cuts as Barapukuria power plant closed
  • Politics
    Ex- JCD president held in Sylhet Police arrested a former leader of Jatiyatabadi Chhatra Dal from his residence in Uposohor area of the city early Monday. The arrestee was identified as advocate Syed Ahmed, a former president of Sylhet district JCD unit. Akhter Hossain, officer-in-charge of Shahporan Police Station, said that a team…
    BNP slams govt over attack on Mahmudur Strongly condemning the attack on Amar Desh acting editor Mahmudur Rahman in Kushtia, BNP on Sunday alleged that all the state machinery and democratic institutions have turned into ‘Awami League puppets’. “All the state machinery now has completely collapsed, and Bangladesh has turned…
  • PM warns BCL for doing excesses over quota issue: Quader
  • Terrifying situation in 3 cities ahead of polls: Rizvi
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    People of low-income group board the locomotive, risking their lives in their intercity journey. The photo was taken
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