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  • 4 female JMB members held in Sirajganj
  • Khaleda asked to appear before court Aug 10
  • Death toll in China floods passes 150
  • ‘Robber’ killed in Narail ‘gunfight’ with cops
  • 80 dead as IS claims Kabul twin blasts
Death toll in China floods passes 150 Floods in north and central China have killed at least 150 people, with scores missing…
Afghans mourn Kabul bombing victims Afghanistan is observing a day of national mourning following the suicide bombing…
Turkey failed coup: Presidential guard to be disbanded Turkey's elite presidential guard is to be disbanded after nearly 300 of its…
Hillary picks Tim Kaine for running mate Hillary Clinton on Friday tapped Tim Kaine, a popular Spanish-speaking senator from…
What we know so far AFP, MUNICH, Germany: Nine people were shot dead and 16 wounded at a Munich shopping…
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Dhaka Metro
Boundary pillars erected on Jail Canal The Barisal district administration has ended the first phase of the erection of boundary pillars on the banks of the Jail Khal, a canal in the city,…
  • Thirty receive 'Public Administration Award'
  • Qul-khwani of Prof Dr Zaman held
  • 4-yr-old Zunayed’s body retrieved from Mirpur sewer
  • Spreading terror attack rumour to invite legal action: DMP
  • Events
    Restrictions on radio communication between teams and drivers…
    PM vows to hunt down patrons of terror attacks Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina yesterday vowed to hunt down the patrons of recent terror attacks in the country, no matter who they are, reports UNB. "Punishment…
    Awareness among masses being created: Kamal Home Minister Asaduzzaman Khan Kamal has claimed that the government is creating awareness among them masses alongside the law enfoprcing agencies. He…
  • ‘BNP, Jamaat wants to grab power by killing clerics’
  • None can strain Indo-Bangla bond: AL
  • BNP to stage demo Saturday protesting Tarique's conviction
  • Tarique’s acquittal scrapped to destroy Zia family: BNP
  • Bangladesh
    Govt nod sought to use Exim Bank loan The Bangladesh-India Friendship Power Company (Pvt) Ltd (BIFPCL) has sought the power ministry’s approval to utilise an Export Import Bank of India…
    Flood situation worsens in north The overall flood situation in the northern districts worsened yesterday due to incessant rain and rush of water from the upstream. The flood-affected…
  • 10 killed, 25 missing
  • Social media posts under govt scanner
  • 9 die in Arial Khan boat capsize
  • Bangladeshi shot dead by BSF on Putkhali frontier
  • Sports
    Harrison breaks 100m hurdles world record AFP, LONDON: Jamaican sprint legend Usain Bolt promised on Friday he will be physically ready for next month’s Rio Olympics — on the night…
    Mominul keeps Tigers ahead of England Top-order batsman Mominul Haque keeps Bangladesh ahead of England at home condition, stating that they can expect positive result from the upcoming bilateral…
  • Ton-up Kohli leads India from front
  • Fizz wonders all with ‘God gifted’ weapon
  • Mustafizur stars on county debut to seal Sussex win
  • Sussex delegation warmly receives Mustafizur
  • Entertainment
    Bollywood's Rakhi Sawant in Bangladeshi item song
    Rakhi Sawant, an Indian model, dancer, Hindi film and television actress, will be seen performing in the item song of an upcoming Bangla film titled ‘Ami…
    Rihanna to play Marion Crane in 'Bates Motel' Rihanna is checking into the final season of "Bates Motel" as Marion Crane. The cast and crew of the A&E drama announced Friday at San Diego…
  • Sajal, Urmila together again in new tele-drama
  • Partha, Bappa, Elita to perform together in USA
  • Poll
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    The home minister claims defeated forces of 1971 are involved in recent militant attacks in different names like JMB, ABT and now in the name of IS. Do you agree?
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    Yes 26.5%
    No 70.6%
    No Comment 2.9%
    Turkish coup and the aftermath

    Abdul Gaffar Choudhury

    Turkish coup and the aftermath
    Photo Gallery
    • People wade through water at Munshipara under Sreepur municipality in Gazipur yesterday as rain inundates the area with ankle to knee deep water due to a poor drainage system. INDEPENDENT PHOTO
    • Security checking. PHOTOS: PARVEZ AHMAD
    • Attendees offer prayers at the qul-khwani of Professor Dr M Akhteruzzaman at his Dhanmondi residence in the capital yesterday afternoon. INDEPENDENT PHOTO
    • Commuters experience severe gridlock on a road in Paribag area in the capital yesterday. INDEPENDENT PHOTO
    • Though a signal post falls on a footpath a month ago, the authorities concerned are yet to take any step to reinstall it. The photo was taken near Bahadur Shah Park at Sadarghat in the capital on Saturday. PHOTO: NABIULLA NABI
    • Several fishing trawlers anchor at Mahipur in the Shibbari River yesterday as Met Office hoists signal number 3 at Paira sea port in Patuakhali. INDEPENDENT PHOTO
    • France : A cyclist passes as Tour de France supporters eat on the side of the road leading to the Mont Ventoux on July 12, 2016 two days before the passage of the Tour de France. AFP PHOTO
    • Although there is a dustbin nearby, people are carelessly dumping garbage on the road causing nuisance for the pedestrians and polluting environment. The picture was taken from Johnson Road in the capital yesterday. INDEPENDENT PHOTO
    Art & Culture
    ‘Life We Desire; Life We Gain’ begins at Alliance Française de Dhaka
    A solo painting exhibition titled ‘Life We Desire; Life We Gain’ by artist Bitap Shavan Bachhar has begun at La Galerie, Alliance Française de Dhaka (AFD) in the capital’s Dhanmondi area. The inaugural ceremony of the exhibition was held on Friday. Professor Dr. AAMS Arefin Siddique, Vice Chancellor, University of Dhaka, Professor Nisar Hossain, Dean, Faculty of Fine Art, University of Dhaka and Professor Dr Asim Sarkar, Provost, Jagannath Hall, University of Dhaka, among others, were present during the inaugural ceremony. Professor Dr Nazmul Ahsan Kalimullah, Vice- President, AFD and Pro-Vice Chancellor, Bangladesh University of Professionals (BUP) welcomed the guests and also presided over the opening ceremony. Throughout the last decade, Betap has been running his…
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    Now that everyone’s Eid holidays are over and they are back to their daily…
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    Be warned, vintage videophiles: Japan’s Funai Electric, a company that claims…
    Samsung sues Huawei for alleged patent violations
    Samsung Electronics Co. sued Chinese smartphone maker Huawei for allegedly violating…
    Anite signs contract with BTRC
    Anite, a provider of wireless network testing technology, has been selected to provide…
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