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  • Eminent Indian litterateur, social activist Mahasweta Devi passes away aged 90 in Kolkata
  • Police foil nat’l committee’s march towards PMO
  • Stay alert against ICT use by terrorists: PM
  • Eighth suspected militant killed in Kalyanpur raid identified as Raihan Kabir
  • 10 sued over Kalyanpur incident
  • HC upholds death for 6 JMB men in Gazipur court bomb attack case
  • 3 madrasa kids die of ‘food poisoning’
France priest killers seen in 'IS' video
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Dhaka Metro
Police foil nat’l committee’s march towards PMO Police on Thursday foiled an attempt of the National Committee to Protect Oil-Gas-Natural Resources and Power-Port to march towards the Prime Minister's…
  • 3 Hizb ut-Tahrir men held in Ctg
  • Titas gas line catches fire in capital
  • Night guard hacked to death in capital
  • Security guard hacked to death in Khilgaon
  • Events
    Restrictions on radio communication between teams and drivers…
    PM for an innovative civil service to take country forward Appreciating the adapting capacity of the country's civil servants with new technology and innovation Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina today said a modern,…
    Dist council polls within 6 months The minister for local government rural development (LGRD) and co-operatives, Khandker Mosharraf Hossain, has said that they will hold the proposed district…
  • BNP briefs foreign diplomats about country’s situation
  • FM reaffirms Bangladesh's commitment to join forces to fight against terrorism
  • Inu calls on citizens to join war against militancy
  • Arrest warrant for Selima, 58 other BNP men
  • Bangladesh
    India to stand by in anti-terrorism drive with firmness of 71: Modi NEW DELHI: Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday said his country will stand by Bangladesh with all firmness the way it stood by the people…
    3 madrasa students die of food poisoning in Narail Three madrasa students died and 15 others fell sick after having dinner at a madrasa in Agdiya-Shimulia area under Sadar upazila early on Thursday. The…
  • UK lawyer for Bangladesh cafe survivor demands his release
  • 31 held in anti-militancy drive in Sylhet
  • Involved persons to be chased, says ACC chief
  • 3 madrasa kids die of ‘food poisoning’ in Narail
  • Sports
    Aussies build up lead over Sri Lankans AFP, PALLEKELE (SRI LANKA): Australia removed Sri Lankan opener Kusal Perera cheaply after building up an 86-run first innings lead over their hosts as…
    Fizz unlikely to play against England, NZ Bangladesh are unlikely to get the service of Mustafizur Rahman in the next two series against England and New Zealand as the fast bowler may require…
  • Puma expects even closer ties if Usain Bolt retires
  • Williamson captains New Zealand in Zimbabwe
  • Injury likely to end Mustafizur Rahman’s Sussex season
  • I play for Messi, he's the man: Neymar
  • Entertainment
    Harry Potter, James Bond studios to be sold for £323m
    LONDON: Britain's Pinewood Studios, where Harry Potter and James Bond movies were filmed, could be sold to a property company for £323 million…
    ‘The Nightingale of Bangladesh’ to be remembered on birth anniv Today is the 86th birth anniversary of Feroza Begum—fondly called ‘The Nightingale of Bangladesh’ by thousands of fans, who devoted…
  • Sabina Yasmin to receive gold medal today
  • Nightingale of Bangladesh’ to be remembered on birth anniv Thursday
  • Poll
    Today's Question »
    The education minister said students of closed Darul Ihsan University can seek a compensation of Tk 5 lakh each from the authorities. Do you support?
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    Yes 70.0%
    No 23.3%
    No Comment 6.7%
    Photo Gallery
    • Rajdhani Unnayan Kartripakkha (RAJUK) in a drive cuts off unauthorised gas connection of an establishment at Gulshan in the capital yesterday following the terror attack on a cafe in the area recently. INDEPENDENT PHOTO
    • Rainwater overflows a canal at Dolaipar in Jatrabari area of the capital due to poor drainage system and construction of unauthorised structures, submerging a road on its bank. The photo was taken yesterday. INDEPENDENT PHOTO
    • A plastic tray holds a pistol, two daggers and a sunglass.INDEPENDENT PHOTO
    • Some jihadi books seized during police raid militant den in Kalyanpur.INDEPENDENT PHOTO
    • Militants had burned some important documents before police raid in Kalyanpur.INDEPENDENT PHOTO
    • Empty shells of bullets were seen scattered on the stairs during police raid in Kalyanpur.INDEPENDENT PHOTO
    • The road near Mouchak Market in the capital is in a dilapidated condition and gets submerged after even a light rain, causing sufferings to people. The photo was taken yesterday. PHOTO: AZIZUR RAHMAN SUMON
    • This photo taken yesterday shows vehicles ply the dilapidated Jatrabari- Demra Road causing immense sufferings to the commuters. INDEPENDENT PHOTO
    Art & Culture
    Photo exhibition on tigers underway at Shilpakala
    A five-day solo photography exhibition on tigers titled ‘Bagh Jatra’ (The Journey with Tigers) by photographer Khan Fatim Hasan is currently underway at the National Art Gallery of Bangladesh Shilpakala Academy (BSA), Segun Bagicha in the city. With the slogan ‘Bagh Rokkha Kore Sundarban, Sundarban Rakkha Kore Bangladesh’ (Tigers protect Sundarbans, and Sunderbans protects Bangladesh), iAmKFH Photography, in association with BSA, has organised the ongoing exhibition focusing on ‘World Tiger Day Celebration’ on July 29 in Bangladesh. BSA Director General Liaquat Ali Lucky inaugurated the exhibition as chief guest on Monday, while Bangabandhu Sangskritik Jote general secretary Arun Sarker Rana was present as special guest. Talented photographer Khan Fatim…
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    Prisma app now available to all via Google Play store
    NEW DELHI: Here's some good news for Android users, the hugely-popular Prisma…
    Samsung sues Huawei over patents
    Shares in Samsung Electronics have dropped after the smartphone giant sued rival…
    RIP VHS: World's Last VCR Will Be Made This Month
    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…
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