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  • Khaleda demands probe disappearance incidents under UN supervision'
  • No need to salute politicians: Inu
  • Section 57: HC rejects ‘premature’ petition
  • Govt. set to grant citizenship to Hindus from Bangladesh
  • Thailand charges man 'linked to bomb'
  • BCL men attack Sust teachers’ demo
  • One killed in city road accident
  • BCL men attack Sust teachers’ demo
  • Traffickers on the prowl
    Human traffickers have been using a new route to send Bangladeshis…
  • ‘BCL men’ assault 7 SUST…
    Seven teachers of Shahjalal University of Science and Technology…
  • NBR falls short of target…
    The Income Tax Wing of the National Board of Revenue (NBR) has failed…
  • Delay frustrates city AL…
    The declaration of a new Awami League (AL) Dhaka city unit committee…
  • 3 villages affected by Atrai…
    Erosion by Atrai River has taken a serious turn devouring hundreds…
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Police in Bangkok have charged a man in connection with the bomb attack that killed 20 people in the Thai capital nearly two weeks ago. Officers…
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24 Bangladeshis dead so far
Dhaka Metro
Man killed as wall collapses on him in Mirpur A man was killed as aas a wall of a poultry shop collapsed on him in Mirpur on Sunday morning. The deceased was identified as Belal Hossain, 47. He was…
  • 5 organ trading racketeers held in capital
  • 2 bomb-like objects found at DMCH
  • Keraniganj burn victim dies
  • DB uncover criminal manpower syndicate in Mirpur DOHS; 4 arrested, 46 rescued
  • Events
    A 10-year-old boy has caught a 220kg tuna off the coast…
    No split in 14-party over JSD issue:  Quader Minister for Road Transport and Bridges Obaidul Quader on Sunday ruled out any possibility of split in ruling 14-party alliance over the debate centering…
    No need to salute politicians: Inu Information minister Hasanul Haque Inu has advised bureaucrats to turn down unjustified demands by politicians. “You (the bureaucrats) are empowered…
  • Khaleda calls 20-party meeting Sunday
  • Court rejects Aman's bail pleas
  • Justice to victims of enforced disappearances overlooked: Khaleda Zia
  • Let’s work together for democracy as before
  • Bangladesh
    Everything done to ensure safe journey of homebound people: Asaduzzaman Home Affairs Minister Asaduzzaman Khan on Sunday said special security measures will be in place across the country ahead of Eid-ul-Azha to ensure the…
    ICT to give verdict on contempt charge against Zafrullah Tuesday The International Crimes Tribunal (ICT) 2 on Sunday fixed 1 September to pass order whether to punish Gonoswasthya Kendra founder Dr Zafrullah Chowdhury…
  • SC hearing on graft case against Moudud Sep 3
  • 24 Bangladeshis dead so far
  • 2 ‘Arakan Army members’ held
  • Micro-bus plunge kills 3 of a family
  • Sports
    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 Three aspirants who submitted the Expression of Interest (EOI) to own the team in the Bangladesh Premier League (BPL), provided the pay-order and bank…
  • I can make history with Barcelona Neymar: Neymar
  • Cricket helps reducing discrimination: Bernicat
  • Usain Bolt beats Justin Gatlin for the world 200m title
  • BCB shifts focus away from Tests again
  • Entertainment
    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 Justin Bieber will be back on stage at the MTV Video Music Awards. MTV announced Wednesday that the 21-year-old singer will be performing the song "What…
  • Fitness a religion for Malaika Arora
  • Fans urge Big B not to promote Mulayam biopic
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    Photo Gallery
    • 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

    • Malaysian fishing boat

      INDONESIA : A Malaysian fishing boat seized by Indonesian authorities for illegal fishing is detonated and sunk by Indonesian Navy personnel at sea off Belawan located in eastern Sumatra island on August 18, 2015. AFP PHOTO

    • An Indian Parsi girl

      INDIA : An Indian Parsi girl prays near relief figures of knights at a fire temple on the Parsi New Year 'Navroze' in Mumbai on August 18, 2015. AFP PHOTO

    • Star Wars

      JAPAN : Star Wars droids C-3PO (L) and R2-D2 pose with a scale model of Japan's airline All Nippon Airways (ANA) Boeing 777-300ER aircraft in the livery of new Star Wars droid BB-8 at a news conference in Tokyo on August 18, 2015. AFP PHOTO

    • Golfer

      US : Jason Day of Australia hits his tee shot on the 18th hole during the continuation of the weather-delayed second round of the 2015 PGA Championship at Whistling Straits on August 15, 2015. AFP PHOTO

    • China Explosion

      CHINA :Smoke rises at the site of an explosion in Tianjin on August 14, 2015. Chinese authorities struggled to extinguish fires and identify dangerous chemicals at a devastated industrial site, two days after giant explosions killed dozens. 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…
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