Sunday 15 December 2019 ,
Sunday 15 December 2019 ,
Latest News
  • At least 10 killed in Gazipur fan factory fire
  • List of 10,789 Razakars published
  • India not pushing anyone into Bangladesh: FM
  • Want to develop well-trained armed force: PM
  • 3 more die from Keraniganj fire: Death toll now 17
  • ICT probe body to scrutinize list of Razakars: Anisul
  • 5 dead in protests against Indian citizenship law
At a Glance
  • Motorbike blaze: Fakhrul, 22 other BNP leaders get bail
  • Supply glut pushes down vegetable prices
  • Novoair adds 7th aircraft
  • 10 killed in Gazipur fan factory fire
  • Bus crash kills at least 14 in central Nepal
  • Nation set to celebrate 49th Victory Day Monday
  • Govt issues directives to follow flag rules
  • ICT probe body to scrutinize list of Razakars: Anisul
  • Secretariat area to become ‘No Horn Zone’ from Dec 17
  • Bangladesh maintains good relations with India: Quader
  • 2 kg gold seized at Benapole
  • UK opposition chief Corbyn say ‘sorry’ for election defeat
  • BJP ally Asom Gana Parishad to move SC against CAA after supporting it in Parliament: Reports
  • HC wants unauthorised level-crossings removed
  • Child killed as quake strikes southern Philippines
  • Another Khulna jute mill worker dies
  • Woods leads US Presidents Cup fightback to crush Els dream
  • New Zealand eruption death toll rises to 18
  • India's Modi slips, falls at Ganga Ghat
  • 2 killed in Rajshahi road crash
  • 6 held along Jhenaidah border while entering from India
  • 6 dead in protests against Indian citizenship law
  • India not pushing anyone into Bangladesh: FM
  • Want to develop well-trained armed force: PM
  • Singer, music director Prithwi Raj passes away
  • Barcelona draw with Real Sociedad opens door for Real Madrid at the top of La Liga
  • List of 10,789 Razakars published
  • 3 more die from Keraniganj fire
  • Cargo vessel sinks after collision with launch in Kirtankhola
  • 2 BNP leaders held in Sirajganj
  • Security beefed up for Victory Day celebration
  • ‘Nodijon’ to be screened today
  • Musical evening with Ektara at EMK Center today
  • Srishti Cultural Centre set to perform in Nepal
  • Exhibition on Sheikh Hasina ends today
  • Riyad hails Shakib as a ‘player of one generation’
  • Sorry saga of shooting, swimming and football in XIII SA Games
  • BCB yet to get green signal from govt to tour Pakistan
  • Public universities to stop fresh enrollment in evening courses
  • Dutch parliament cancels Suu Kyi’s visit
  • Three key economic questions for Boris Johnson
  • Handicraft industry to get permanent display centre
  • France braces for holiday misery as strike persists
  • AL takes hectic preparations as 7,000 councillors to join
  • Dhaka beat Sylhet by 24 runs
  • World News
    6 dead in protests against Indian citizenship law
The death toll from violent protests in northeast India against a contentious citizenship…
    Bus crash kills at least 14 in central Nepal At least 14 passengers were killed while around 16 others injured in a bus crash…
    UK opposition chief Corbyn say ‘sorry’ for election defeat
Britain’s main opposition leader Jeremy Corbyn apologised to supporters on…
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    Rajakars’ list set to be published today
    Metro
    2 kg gold seized at Benapole Members of Border Guard Bangladesh seized 18 gold bars weighing 2kg from Gatipara border here on Sunday. Lt Col Selim Reza, commanding officer of BGB-49…
    Another Khulna jute mill worker dies
Another jute mill worker, who fell sick during a fast-unto death progrmame of jute mill workers and then joined work on Saturday after recovery, died…
  • 2 killed in Rajshahi road crash
  • 6 held along Jhenaidah border while entering from India
  • 3 more die from Keraniganj fire
  • Bangladesh
    Bangladesh maintains good relations with India: Quader
Awami League General Secretary Obaidul Quader on Sunday said Bangladesh maintains good relations with the neighboring India as the newly enacted Citizenship (Amendment) Act will have no effect in our relations. “We have a good relations with the Indian government as the newly passed Citizenship…
    Govt issues directives to follow flag rules
The government in an official handout on Sunday issued directives to government, semi-government, autonomous and private buildings, Bangladeshi Diplomatic Mission in abroad and consular office to follow the flag rules to display national flag on Victory Day. “The Bangladesh Flag Rules formulated…
  • Security beefed up for Victory Day celebration
  • Secretariat area to become ‘No Horn Zone’ from Dec 17
  • Politics
    Motorbike blaze: Fakhrul, 22 other BNP leaders get bail The High Court on Sunday granted eight-week anticipatory bail to BNP Secretary General Mirza Fakhrul Islam Alamgir and 22 others in two cases filed over torching three motorbikes in Supreme Court area on Wednesday. The High Court bench of Justice Md Jahangir Hossain and Justice Riaz Uddin Khan passed…
    2 BNP leaders held in Sirajganj Police arrested a BNP and a Jubo Dal leader from Dhanbondi area of the district town on Saturday night over the December 8 BNP-Awami League clash. The arrestees were identified as BNP district unit Joint Secretary Rashedul Hasan Ranjan and district unit Jubo Dal Vice-president Menhajul Abedin Menna. …
  • AL takes hectic preparations as 7,000 councillors to join
  • Khaleda Zia's adviser Kabir Murad dies
  • Today's Print Edition
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    • Tokyo : A diver dressed in a Santa Claus costume swims with fish at Sunshine Aquarium in Tokyo on December 13, 2019, AFP PHOTO
    • France : People look at an A380 on approach towards the airport of the French riviera city of Nice, on December 09, 2019. AFP PHOTO
    • 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
    • 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
    Two children, wearing clothes and headbands bearing the motif of the national flag,
place flowers at the Martyred Intellectuals Memorial in Rayer Bazar area of the capital to
mark the Martyred Intellectuals Day yesterday. INDEPENDENT PHOTO Two children, wearing clothes and headbands bearing the motif of the national flag, place…
    Relatives of the victims of Keraniganj plastic factory fire cry outside the burn unit of Dhaka Medical College Hospital yesterday, a day after the inferno that
claimed at least 13 lives and burnt score others. Inset, locals stage demonstration blocking a road in the area, demanding compensation for victims and
relocation of industries from the neighbourhood. INDEPENDENT AND FOCUS BANGLA PHOTOS Relatives of the victims of Keraniganj plastic factory fire cry outside the burn unit of Dhaka…
    Pro-BNP lawyers chant slogans on the High Court premises in the capital yesterday as
they protest against the rejection of Khaleda Zia’s bail petition. INDEPENDENT PHOTO Pro-BNP lawyers chant slogans on the High Court premises in the capital yesterday as they…
    Workers clean up the Martyred Intellectuals' Memorial at Mirpur in the capital yesterday ahead of Martyred Intellectuals' Day, on December 14. INDEPENDENT PHOTO Workers clean up the Martyred Intellectuals' Memorial at Mirpur in the capital yesterday ahead…
    Entertainment, Art & Culture
    Singer, music director Prithwi Raj passes away
    Young singer and music director Prithwi Raj has passed away at City Hospital in Dhaka early Sunday. He was 34. Prithwi went to his Dhanmondi studio around 10pm on Saturday, said family sources. Finding no response from him till 12:30am on Sunday, family members went…
    Environment
    Eruption fears halt plans to get bodies off New Zealand volcano

    Eruption fears halt plans to get bodies off New Zealand volcano

    Fears of another eruption at the New Zealand volcano believed to have killed 15 people made it too dangerous for emergency teams to recover bodies, police said Wednesday, as doctors fought to save survivors…
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    No matter how many years we spend trying to master the perfect makeup routine, we…
    Anushka, Katrina, others stun on The Power List 2019 red carpet
    From hosting Bollywood A-listers to style icons, to some of the most popular names…
    Science & Tech
    FTC may try to block Facebook from integrating apps
    Facebook's stock dropped almost 3per cent in regular trading after…
    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…
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