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  • Case filed against 6 over Khijir Khan killing
  • 800 birds seized in Gazipur, 2 detained
  • 3 cases filed against 6 JMB men
EU launches anti-smugglers operation The EU is beginning a new operation to intercept boats smuggling migrants across…
Emirati rights activist wins ‘Nobel prize for human rights’ Geneva: An Emirati human rights activist barred from leaving his home country was…
American Airlines pilot dies on overnight flight A pilot on an overnight flight from Phoenix to Boston had a medical emergency and…
11-yr boy killed girl of eight Chicago: A simple childish spat over a puppy led an 11-year-old boy to shoot and…
Facebook plans satellite ‘in 2016' Facebook is to launch a satellite that will provide internet access to remote parts…
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Envoys concerned over security
Dhaka Metro
8 ‘human traffickers’ held in city Members of Rapid Action Battalion (Rab) arrested eight suspected members of an international human trafficking gang in capital last night. The identities…
  • Police tighten security for foreign citizens
  • Group art exhibition begins in capital
  • Police study footage from CCTV cameras in Gulshan
  • One arrested for raping domestic help
  • Events
    Violent storms and flooding have hit south-eastern France,…
    Govt fails to maintain country’s law and order situation: Ershad Voicing deep concern over the prevailing law and order situation, Jatiya Party Chairman (JaPa) HM Ershad on Monday demanded the government ensure safety…
    BNP accuses govt of launching fresh arrest drive BNP on Monday alleged that the government has again started arresting its grassroots leaders and activists ahead of its overhauling process. In a statement,…
  • Fakhrul gets bail in blast case
  • PM’s remarks to hamper probe: BNP
  • PM’s comments unfortunate: BNP
  • BNP renews demand for early polls
  • Bangladesh
    Inflation slightly rises to 6.24 pc in Sept The inflation rate in September increased slightly to 6.24 percentage point, up from 6.17 percentage point in August last, mostly due to the increased…
    Envoys concerned over security Diplomats stationed in Dhaka yesterday expressed concern over their security on the back drop of the recent killings of two foreign nationals in the country. …
  • 3 Noakhali war crimes accused sent to jail
  • 4 killed, 10 hurt in road accidents
  • Flight delay main reason
  • Bijaya Dashami holiday on Oct 22
  • Sports
    Ronaldo reveals the full extent of Sir Alex Ferguson's hairdryer treatment It appears that even Cristiano Ronaldo wasn't immune to Sir Alex Ferguson's infamous hairdryer treatement. The former Manchester United manager…
    SA women's tour of Bangladesh postponed South Africa women's tour of Bangladesh, which was scheduled for later this month, has been postponed due to security concerns, the BCB president…
  • Shahadat sent to jail on surrender
  • Cricketer Shahadat's wife held
  • Sepp Blatter: Coca-Cola among sponsors saying Fifa boss must go
  • Australia were 'overly sensitive' to cancel their tour of Bangladesh
  • Entertainment
    Paul Walker's daughter 'sues Porsche' over fatal crash
    The daughter of the late Fast and Furious actor Paul Walker is to sue carmaker Porsche over the crash in which he died, US reports say. Walker was a passenger…
    Priyanka Chopra to appear on 'Jimmy Kimmel Live!' Mumbai: Actress Priyanka Chopra, who plays an FBI agent in her international debut TV show "Quantico", will now be seen on popular American…
  • Janet Jackson converts to Islam
  • Priyanka, Hrithik have the best bodies: Sunny Leone
  • Poll
    Today's Question »
    Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina says her government targets a 7 per cent GDP growth in the current fiscal year. Do you think it can be achieved?
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    Yes 27.3%
    No 69.7%
    No Comment 3.0%
    Photo Gallery
    • Taj Mahal

      INDIA : This photograph taken on December 4, 2010, tourists visit the Taj Mahal in Agra. The iconic Taj Mahal will need nine years of mud packs to remove yellow stains from its white marble walls caused by air pollution, the Times of India reported on September 30, 2015. AFP PHOTO

    • The Fabric of India

      UK : This photograph shows Karuppur shawl during a press preview of "The Fabric of India" exhibition at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London on September, 30, 2015. The exhibition that explores the world of Indian textiles and fashion opens to the public on October 3, 2015. AFP PHOTO

    • Homebound people

      BANGLADESH : Residents of Dhaka scramble to reach the roof of an overcrowded train at a train station in Dhaka on September 25, 2015. Muslims across the world celebrate the annual festival of Eid al-Adha. AFP PHOTO

    • Migrants waiting on Rocks

      ITALY : Migrants wait on the rocks on the shoreline on September 30, 2015 at the French-Italian border in Ventimiglia. AFP PHOTO

    • Morning Dew

      GERMANY : Morning mist rises from the pastures of the river Elbe on September 30, 2015 in Dresden, eastern Germany. AFP PHOTO

    • Spider

      GERMANY : A spider's web is covered in morning dew drops on September 30, 2015 in Dresden, eastern Germany. AFP PHOTO

    • Syrian refugees

      Syrian refugees and migrants along a railway line as they try to cross from Serbia into Hungary near Horgos on September 1, 2015. AFP PHOTO

    • 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

    • 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

    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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    LG V10 smartphone has two selfie cameras
    LG has revealed a phone that takes wide-angle selfies and an updated 4G smartwatch,…
    Medical devices vulnerable to hackers
    Thousands of critical medical systems, such as MRI machines, are available for hackers…
    PM Modi Breaks Down at Facebook Townhall While Talking About his Mother
    Prime Minister Narendra Modi broke down today while talking about his mother at…
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