Wednesday 13 November 2019 ,
Wednesday 13 November 2019 ,
Latest News
  • Abrar murder: Charge sheet submitted against 25
  • Govt to ensure 100pc electricity coverage within ‘Mujib Year’: PM
  • ‘Robber’ killed in B’baria ‘gunfight’
  • PM inaugurates 7 power plants
  • 5 admission seekers held for cheating at SUST
  • 1 dead, six injured in suspected suicide bombing at Indonesia police station
  • Sundarbans: The physical buffer that needs a rest
At a Glance
  • FIFA, AFC Qualifiers: Bangladesh to play hosts Oman on Thursday
  • Providing NID to Rohingyas: Two EC officials held
  • Bernardo Silva banned by FA over tweet to Man City teammate
  • Embattled Ranga offers unconditional apology
  • Lata Mangeshkar 'Stable And Much Better,' Say Family
  • Bangamata Volleyball: Bangladesh beat Kyrgyzstan by 3-2-sets
  • Mominul vows not to let captaincy to affect his performance
  • Defaulted loans see no rise, claims minister
  • Drive to continue until eradication of crimes: PM
  • 12 killed including children in Kabul car bomb blast
  • Tigers hope amid despair as Indore Test begins Thursday
  • People magazine names John Legend as 2019 Sexiest Man Alive
  • Anisul for holding Abrar murder trial in speedy tribunal
  • West Indies batsman Pooran banned for 4 T20s
  • Current situation ‘suitable for AL leaders to join BNP’: Fakhrul
  • Charge sheet of Abrar murder case accurate: Kamal
  • 48 entrepreneurs of industrial sector to get CIP cards
  • Spain's record scorer striker Villa retires after 19-year career
  • Protest continue at JU demanding VC’s removal
  • Mazda MX-30 elevates journey of electric vehicle to a new altitude
  • Mental-health related break should not be seen in a negative way: Kohli
  • Bangladesh needs better transport system to boost exports: WB
  • Abrar murder: Charge sheet submitted against 25
  • 3 held for rape in 3 dists
  • Man killed in Satkhira road crash
  • 5 admission seekers held for cheating at SUST
  • Sundarbans: The physical buffer that needs a rest
  • Cent percent electricity coverage within ‘Mujib Year’: PM
  • Thiem into ATP Finals semis as Djokovic and Federer face shootout
  • Morales begins Mexico exile as Bolivia moves to end vacuum
  • Bushfire threat still high as Australia clean up begins
  • Ranga under fire in parliament
  • ‘Robber’ killed in B’baria ‘gunfight’
  • 1 dead, six injured in suspected suicide bombing at Indonesia police station
  • Trump impeachment hearings about to go public
  • Chaos in Hong Kong as pro-democracy protests 'blossom everywhere'
  • 2 killed in Cumilla road crash
  • ‘Diabetes Journey’ app launched
  • PM inaugurates 7 power plants
  • Why not wage board for electronic media people: HC
  • Robi announces Voluntary Separation Scheme
  • McDonald’s UK staff join global day of protests over pay
  • Sikhs celebrate Guru Nanak’s birth anniversary
  • Humayun Ahmed’s ‘Devi’ on stage today
  • Tama Mirza in Kakoli’s film again
  • ‘Padma Puran’ reveals exceptional Prosun
  • ICC ban brings Shakib down to earth in all 3 formats’ rankings
  • Faisal finishes runner-up in Turkish Airlines World Cup Golf
  • Tangail bus terminal hazardous for locals
  • Carry on industrialisation sans affecting food production: PM
  • ACC sues Samrat, Arman over illegal wealth
  • Dr Shafiq new Jamaat ameer
  • No respite from increasing rail accident deaths
  • Turna driver blamed for fatal train crash
  • Today Humayun Ahmed’s birthday
  • 12 condemned convicts shifted to Cumilla jail
  • Gold stolen from Benapole Customs House locker
  • 16 killed as two trains collide
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    Protest continue at JU demanding VC’s removal A group of teachers and students continued demonstration defying a ban on Wednesday seeking the removal of Vice-Chancellor Professor Farzana Islam. United…
    3 held for rape in 3 dists
Police arrested three persons from Barguna, Bogura and Jashore between Monday night and Tuesday for rape. In Jashore, police arrested one Muzibul Haq…
  • Man killed in Satkhira road crash
  • 5 admission seekers held for cheating at SUST
  • ‘Robber’ killed in B’baria ‘gunfight’
  • Bangladesh
    Providing NID to Rohingyas: Two EC officials held The members of Chattogram Metropolitan Police (CMP) on Wednesday arrested two employees of Election Commission’s (EC) local offices as they were reportedly involved in providing National Identity Cards (NIDs) to Rohingya refugees. The detainees were identified as Abul Khayer Bhuiyan, 45, Office…
    Charge sheet of Abrar murder case accurate: Kamal Terming the charge sheet of BUET student Abrar murder case ‘accurate’, Home Minister Asaduzzaman Khan Kamal on Wednesday said trial of the case will be held speedily. “Police pressed the charge sheet accurately…. I am hoping that the trial of the murder case will be held swiftly,”…
  • 12 condemned convicts shifted to Cumilla jail
  • PM inaugurates 7 power plants
  • Politics
    Current situation ‘suitable for AL leaders to join BNP’: Fakhrul In a counter-attack on Information Minister Dr Hasan Mahmud, BNP secretary general Mirza Fakhrul Islam Alamgir on Wednesday said a situation has been created for Awami League leaders to join BNP. “The Information Minister is demonstrating his creativity by crafting new stories. The current situation…
    ACC sues Samrat, Arman over illegal wealth
The Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) yesterday filed two separate cases against expelled Jubo League leader Ismail Hossain Chowdhury Samrat and his aide, Enamul Haque Arman, on charges of amassing illegal wealth worth Tk. 2.94 crore and 2.5 crore, respectively. The cases have been filed against them…
  • Dr Shafiq new Jamaat ameer
  • Ranga under fire in parliament
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    • India : Youth Sikh devotees demonstrate their 'Gatka' traditional martial art skills during a "Nagar Kirtan" (holy procession) on the eve of the 550th birth anniversary of Sikhism founder Sri Guru Nanak Dev, at the Golden Temple in Amritsar on November 11, 2019. AFP PHOTO
    • Germany : The sunset is pictured as steam rises from the chimneys of Niederaussen lignite-fired power plant in Roggendorf, western Germany on November 8, 2019. AFP PHOTO
    • Moscow : People fish in the fog on the Moskva river banks in the Kolomenskoye park in Moscow on November 9, 2019. AFP PHOTO
    • India : A man removes snow from the rooftop of a house boat in Dal lake during a first snowfall in Srinagar on November 7, 2019. AFP PHOTO
    • Veneto : Gondolas are pictured at the Riva degli Schiavoni waterfront, facing the island of San Giorgio Maggiore in Venice on November 4, 2019. AFP PHOTO
    • United Arab Emirates : Camels drink water in Ras al-Khaimah desert in the United Arab Emirates on October 31, 2019. AFP PHOTO
    • Israel : Great white pelicans are pictured at a reservoir in Mishmar HaSharon, north of the Israeli city of Tel Aviv, on October 31, 2019. AFP PHOTO
    • Prague : Rowers paddle over the Vltava river as swans are seen on the bank, on a foggy morning on October 31, 2019 in Prague. AFP PHOTO
    • Romania : TOPSHOT - Snow covered fir trees at Valea Rea (The Bad Valley) on Fagaras mountains near Nucsoara, central Romania on October 31, 2019. AFP PHOTO
    • Romania : Snow covered fir trees surround a cabin at Valea Rea (The Bad Valley) on Fagaras mountains near Nucsoara, central Romania on October 31, 2019. AFP PHOTO
    Villagers desperately team up on their own to rescue the passengers of a bus which skidded off Shariatpur-Damudya Road into a pond in Shariatpur
district yesterday, leaving two people killed. FOCUS BANGLA PHOTO Villagers desperately team up on their own to rescue the passengers of a bus which skidded…
    Space of foot over bridge becomes narrow as hawkers continue their business occupying the place illegally under the nose of authorities concerned
causing sufferings to the pedestrians. The photo was taken from Farmgate area of the capital yesterday. INDEPENDENT PHOTO Space of foot over bridge becomes narrow as hawkers continue their business occupying the…
    People crowd around the site of accident at Kasba in Brahmanbaria yesterday where Dhaka-bound Turna Express collided with Chattogram-bound
Udayan Express, leaving at least 16 people killed. Inset, an excavator removes wreckages from the accident site. FOCUS BANGLA PHOTOS People crowd around the site of accident at Kasba in Brahmanbaria yesterday where Dhaka-bound…
    People try to remove trees uprooted on a road at Nazirpur
upazila of Pirojpur yesterday, a day after cyclone Bulbul
pounded the area along with other coastal districts. Inset, a
grounded tin-shed school structure in Chowhaddi area of
Madaripur. STAR MAIL PHOTOS People try to remove trees uprooted on a road at Nazirpur upazila of Pirojpur yesterday, a…
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    The severe cyclone Bulbul, which hit Bangladesh yesterday, is the outcome of global warming, say climate change experts. This time of the year is known for cyclones of the Bay of Bengal, but the intensity…
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