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  • JP MPs stage walkout protesting power, gas price hike
  • Latif Siddique submits resignation letter as MP to the Speaker during JS session
  • HC questions legality of Section 57
  • Traffic chaos hits commuters as rain sweeps capital
  • National election imminent, foresees Moudud
  • Saudi firms stop hiring 'costly domestics' from Bangladesh
  • Decision on transport fare hike after Sept 10: Quader
  • Peruvian national held 'for possession of 2 Kg cocaine' at Dhaka airport
  • 6 held with Tk 1.20cr fake notes in city
  • Assaulting SUST teachers: 3 BCL leaders suspended
  • ICT lets off Dr Zafrullah Chy for contempt of court with warning
  • Rain create water logging…
    The monsoon rain is continuing countrywide creating water logging…
  • Don't neglect physically-challenged…
    Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Wednesday urged all not to neglect…
  • HC rejects writ challenging…
    The High Court on Wednesday turned down a writ petition seeking the…
  • Bangladesh, Myanmar to sign…
    Myanmar appears to be inclined to trust Bangladesh more, as it has…
  • Teletalk’s illegal VoIP…
    Instead of eliminating illegal VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol)…
Spot Light
A depression over the Bay has caused mild to heavy rain in parts of country, including the capital. The Met office has forecast that moderate…
8 dead in Paris apartment fire A fire in an apartment building in northern Paris has killed eight people, including…
Migrant crisis: Thousands arrive in Athens Thousands of migrants are arriving in mainland Greece as the government prepares…
18 dead in Himachal bus plunge Shimla : Eighteen persons were killed and 12 others injured on Tuesday when a bus…
Hurricane Fred hits Cape Verde islands A hurricane with winds of up to 140km/h (85mph) has hit the island nation of Cape…
Fire in Venezuela prison kills 17 people: Prosecutor A fire at Venezuela's central Tocuyito prison killed 17 people and injured 11…
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Rain create water logging in parts of capital
Dhaka Metro
6 of Shahadat Bahini held in city Rapid Action Battalion (RAB)-4 members arrested six members of killer group ‘Shahadat Bahini’ from Pallabi area of Mirpur in city early Tuesday.…
  • Dhk, Ctg people suffer due to water-logging
  • 6 held with Tk 1.20cr fake notes in city
  • Man killed as wall collapses on him in Mirpur
  • 5 organ trading racketeers held in capital
  • Events
    A 10-year-old boy has caught a 220kg tuna off the coast…
    BCL given freehand to kill people, says Khaleda BNP chairperson Khaleda Zia yesterday criticised the government for what she said letting loose the Bangladesh Chhatra League (BCL) men who are assaulting…
    National election imminent, foresees Moudud  BNP senior leader Moudud Ahmed on Tuesday forecast that a national election is imminent as an ‘uneasy condition’ is prevailing within…
  • Khaleda Zia pays tribute to Ziaur Rahman
  • ICT lets off Dr Zafrullah Chowdhury for contempt of court with a warning
  • 62 Jamaat men held in Rajshahi
  • AL earned Tk 9.5 crore in 2014
  • Bangladesh
    14 Bnp men sent to jail in Sylhet A court here on Tuesday sent 14 BNP leaders and activists to jail after rejecting their bail petitions in a case filed for vandalising vehicles. Jakiganj…
    HC questions legality of Section 57
The High Court questioned the legality of the Section 57 of Information Communication and Technology (ICT) Act. The court issued a rule on Tuesday on…
  • Transport owners propose hike in fares
  • Assaulting SUST teachers: 3 BCL leaders suspended
  • Father-son electrocuted in Sunamganj
  • No exemption for Hazari from ACC case
  • Sports
    Bharatnatyam, Manipuri dance recital at IGCC September 4 AFP, COLOMBO: India overcame a gallant century by Sri Lankan captain Angelo Mathews to win the final Test by 117 runs on Tuesday and end a 22-year wait…
    Chelsea start very bad: Mourinho Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho believes his team's title hopes would already be over if they played in another league. Crystal Palace's 2-1 win…
  • Two new aspirants move positively
  • I can make history with Barcelona Neymar: Neymar
  • Cricket helps reducing discrimination: Bernicat
  • Usain Bolt beats Justin Gatlin for the world 200m title
  • Entertainment
    Bharatnatyam, Manipuri dance recital at IGCC September 4
    Indira Gandhi Culture Centre (IGCC) is organising an evening of Bharatnatyam dance recital by Amit Chowdhury and Manipuri dance recital by Sweety Das…
    Today's generation feels western is cool: Dia Mirza Mumbai: Bollywood actress and former beauty queen Dia Mirza, who looks as charming in traditional wear as in western outfits, is concerned about how a…
  • Justin Bieber to perform at MTV Video Music Awards
  • Fitness a religion for Malaika Arora
  • Poll
    Today's Question »
    BNP leader Moudud Ahmed has siad a national election is imminent as an ‘uneasy condition’ is prevailing within the government. Do you agree?
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    Yes 87.9%
    No 6.1%
    No Comment 6.1%
    Photo Gallery
    • Sunken Boat

      ITALY : A file photo taken on February 19, 2015 shows the Barcaccia (Sunken Boat) fountain after it was damaged by Feyenoord fans who clashed with police at Rome's Spanish Steps ahead of an Europa League football match AS Roma vs Feyenoord. AFP PHOTO

    • Festival

      JAPAN : Dancers wearing kimonos perform in the streets at the "Super Yosakoi 2015" dance festival in Tokyo on August 30, 2015. One hundred dance teams with some 5,500 people participated in the two-day summer festival event. AFP PHOTO

    • Kites

      RUSSIAN FEDERATION : A woman flies a kite during a kite festival at a park in Moscow on August 29, 2015. AFP PHOTO

    • Volcano

      ECUADOR :Cotopaxi volcano in Sangolqui, Ecuador on August 25, 2015. The eruption process of the Cotopaxi volcano, which is in activity after 138 years, can last years, so Ecuador must prepare to live with it, said Tuesday Ecuadorean President Rafael Correa. AFP PHOTO

    • China National Theatre

      CHINA : Shows the National Theatre (L) with the Great Hall of the People lit up in the background beside Tiananmen Square in Beijing. China is preparing to hold a massive military parade on September 3 to commemorate the 70th anniversary of Japan's defeat in 1945. AFP PHOTO

    • volcanic rock

      FRANCE :A picture taken on April 15, 2015 shows a detail of a volcanic rock sculpture by Thierry Courtadon, in Volvic on April 15, 2015. Starting September 1, 2015, the Auvergne sculptor's work will be displayed in the Palais-Royal gardens in Paris. AFP PHOTO

    • Lightning illuminates

      HAITI : Lightning illuminates the clouds and the city in the night as tropical storm Erika moves over Port-au-Prince on August 29, 2015. AFP PHOTO

    • French Mediterranean island

      FRANCE : A picture taken on August 18, 2015 shows the city of Corte on the French Mediterranean island of Corsica. AFP PHOTO

    • Tiger

      GERMANY : Snow leopard mother Siri stands next to her male cub Barid on August 13, 2015 at the zoo in Cologne, western Germany. Barid, whose name means "cloud" in Tibetan language, was born at the zoo on May 8, 2015. AFP PHOTO

    • Bangladeshi indegenious woman

      BANGLADESH : A Bangladeshi indegenious woman participates in a gathering in Dhaka on August 9, 2015, held to celebrate United Nations' (UN) International Day of the World's Indigenous People. AFP PHOTO

    Art & Culture
    How a royal love changed culture
    When Queen Victoria inherited the British throne just a few weeks after her 18th birthday, there was immediate speculation about who she would marry. Few had foreseen that this little-known princess would become their monarch. But when the country found itself with a young queen after so many dissolute Hanoverian kings, it seemed that exciting new era was dawning. Queen Victoria’s mother and the government had expected her to marry her cousin Prince Ernst, eldest son of the Duke of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha. So when Victoria fell in love with Ernst’s younger brother, Albert, the public was enthralled. The media made much of the fact that the queen’s fiancé was of her own choosing and that she, being of a higher rank, had proposed. The British were so used to royal marriages…
    Life Style
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    Sexy cooking men' break kitchen barrier
    After work on a recent Friday, 53-year-old Lee Jin-soo headed for the "Happy…
    Yahoo Weather app gives warnings 15 minutes before rain or snow
    Yahoo has released a new feature in the form of its Weather app. According to the…
    Samsung Pay: What is it and how does it compare to Apple Pay?
    Samsung has launched its mobile wallet service Samsung Pay in South Korea. It joins…
    Web's random numbers are too weak, researchers warns
    The data scrambling systems used by millions of web servers could be much weaker…
    9 charged over 'insider trading hack 'scheme
    US authorities have charged nine members of an alleged international hacking and…
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