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  • President for strengthening religious harmony
  • Windies, India enter new world in United States
  • Bangladesh, KSA stress enhanced military cooperation
  • President for strengthening religious harmony
  • Assessing govt attitude to launch anti-Rampal prog: BNP
  • Bangabandhu murder case's plaintiff Mohitul Islam dies
  • Janmashtami being celebrated
  • Italy quake toll hits 247 as rescuers hunt for survivors
  • 2 ‘terrorists’ killed in Sirajganj ‘gunfight’ with RAB
  • 12 killed in attack on American University
Facebook, Twitter failing on extremist content: UK MPs LONDON: Facebook, Twitter and Google are not doing enough to prevent their social…
'Queen of Knitwear' Sonia Rykiel dies at 86 PARIS: Sonia Rykiel, the French fashion designer known as the Queen of Knitwear,…
Colombia, Farc sign peace agreement Hundreds of Colombians have celebrated an historic peace accord between the government…
Clinton in eye of Trump storm over charity donors NEW YORK: Donald Trump stepped up his attacks on Hillary Clinton Tuesday as her…
Ten more Turkish tanks head across border into Syria KARKAMIS, Turkey: At least 10 more Turkish tanks on Thursday crossed the border…
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Dhaka Metro
Police to write Home Ministry to ban Ansar-Al-Islam Police will write to the Home Ministry in order to take necessary steps to ban militant group ‘Ansar-Al-Islam’, a faction of al-Qaeda in the…
  • 5 ‘JMB activists’ held in Gazipur
  • Portion of BM College hostel building collapses
  • River vessel workers on indefinite strike
  • Prof Azad made DG for health services
  • Events
    PARIS: Sonia Rykiel, the French fashion designer known…
    BNP wants to cling in politics with Rampal: Hanif  Awami League joint general secretary Mahbub-ul-Alam Hanif yesterday said an isolated BNP wants to cling to national politics banking on the issue…
    Scrap Rampal power plant project: Khaleda BNP chairperson Khaleda Zia has demanded that the government cancel the coal-fired Rampal power plant, for the sake of the country’s ecological…
  • BNP wants to divert country's course: PM
  • Yes, Kerry coming, Dhaka delighted: FM
  • Khaleda to meet press Wednesday
  • Hanif urges Fakhrul to quit BNP
  • Bangladesh
    3 cops closed for negligence of duty in Sylhet Three policemen of Bishwanath police station were closed to Sylhet district police lines on Wednesday for negligence of duty. The closed policemen are…
    President for strengthening religious harmony President Abdul Hamid has urged people of all religions to further strengthen the existing fraternity and friendly bonding with a view to applying it…
  • Bangladesh, KSA stress enhanced military cooperation
  • 2 SUST students held over militant link
  • 6 held with tiger skin in Khulna
  • Cyber-crime legislation to stifle Bangladesh media freedom: CPJ
  • Sports
    Dilshan to end international career Sri Lanka batsman Tillakaratne Dilshan, who pioneered the "Dilscoop" flick over the wicketkeeper's head, has announced his international…
    Man City, Moenchengladbach cruise into Champions League England: Manchester City and Borussia Moenchengladbach built on commanding first-leg advantages to cruise through the Champions League playoffs on Wednesday,…
  • Solo suspended for 'cowards' comment
  • Blatter mounts final FIFA ban appeal
  • Dizzy Roy sets up England win over Pakistan
  • Windies, India enter new world in United States
  • Entertainment
    Salman Shah's 45th birth anniv celebration Sep 29
    September 19 will mark the 45th birth anniversary of the late iconic hero of the country’s film industry, Salman Shah. To celebrate the occasion…
    Zahid Hasan, Purnima in one frame after a decade Celebrated actor-director Zahid Hasan and popular film actress Purnima, who had acted together last time about a decade ago, will be seen once again together…
  • Humayun Faridi’s final film set to release Thursday
  • Mosharraf Karim, Alvee in Eid drama for first time
  • Poll
    Today's Question »
    Do you think that Bangladesh has the capacity of dealing with emergencies in case of any major tremor?
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    Yes 15.4%
    No 84.6%
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    Photo Gallery
    • The aerial photo shows students of Jagannath University demonstrate at Paltan intersection in the capital yesterday to press home their demand for residential halls on the land of the erstwhile Dhaka Central Jail in Lalbagh area. PHOTO: NABIULLA NABI
    • Sadarghat launch terminal in the capital wears a deserted look yesterday, the second day of an indefinite strike being enforced across the country by water transport workers. INDEPENDENT PHOTO
    • People instead of using bin dump garbage near it, beside a Mirpur road in the capital, that spread bad odor in the area causing immense suffering to the pedestrians. The photo was taken yesterday. PHOTO: AZIZUR RAHMAN
    • The photo taken yesterday shows street vendors selling goods beside a railtrack at Haji Camp rail crossing in the capital taking risk of an accident. PHOTO: PARVEZ AHMAD
    • Vehicles pass through Patuakhali-Kuakata highway which is submerged by tidal surge and downpour. The photo was taken near Lebukhali ferry terminal in Patuakhali yesterday. INDEPENDENT PHOTO
    • Bangladesh pace sensation Mustafizur Rahman talks to media at the Dhaka airport yesterday on his return from England. The seamer underwent a surgery on his left shoulder there. STORY ON PAGE 16 INDEPENDENT PHOTO
    • A vehicle passes through a waterlogged road on Sadar Road in Barisal city after heavy downpour yesterday. INDEPENDENT PHOTO
    • A tree near Aricha ghat under Shibalaya upazila of Manikganj uprooted by a tornado that lashed the areas yesterday afternoon. The storm damaged several establishments and houses of the area. INDEPENDENT PHOTO
    • Smoke covers Bashundhara City in the capital as fire fighters try to douse the fire that broke out on the 6th floor of the country’s one of the biggest shopping malls yesterday. INDEPENDENT PHOTO
    • Fire fighters try to douse the fire that broke out in Lichutola of Bogra Sadar upazila as liquefied petroleum gas cylinders exploded while workers were unloading those from a truck yesterday. INDEPENDENT PHOTO
    Art & Culture
    The mysterious origins of the book
    The book is changing. Electronic books, or ebooks, are more portable than their paper counterparts, capable of being carried in their hundreds on a single reader or tablet. Thousands more are just a click away. It can be argued that ebooks are more robust than paper ones: an ebook reader can be stolen or dropped in the bath, but the books on it are stored safely in the cloud, waiting to be downloaded onto a new device. It is not too much to say that books and reading are in the throes of a revolution. Not everyone is happy about this. Book lovers, publishers and booksellers alike are watching the book-v-ebook sales battle with great interest, and when Tom Tivnan of The Bookseller reported recently that ebook sales had dipped for the first time, he sounded almost relieved: “For those…
    Life Style
    Scottish police become latest in Britain to allow hijab
    LONDON: Scotland's police this week became the latest force in Britain to allow…
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    New Delhi: With heavy rain and humid weather, feet allergy can be a common…
    Envy at workplace may hamper your productivity
    New York: Do you feel envious when your co-worker gets extra respect and attention…
    5 Amazing Home Remedies for Dry Hair
    Dry, unmanageable and unconditioned hair is not a pretty sight and can lead to a…
    China unveils 2020 Mars rover concept: report
    Beijing: China has unveiled illustrations of a Mars probe and rover it aims to send…
    Facebook launches Lifestage app for school teens
    Facebook has launched a new social media app aimed at school teenagers. Members…
    Google rolling out latest Android system to Nexus phones
    Google is ready to start sending out the latest version of its Android operating…
    Google voice search records and keeps conversations people have around their phones
    Google could have a record of everything you have said around it for years, and…
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