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  • Draft on judges’ code of conduct submitted to CJ
  • Police to be available for drives by DCs: Minister
  • Independent prosecution service in the offing: Anisul
  • KSA to recruit 3000 Bangladeshi workers this year
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  • CA delegation satisfies on BCB’s security measures
  • Rezwana Choudhury gets 'Feroza Begum Memorial Gold Medal'
  • Draft on judges’ code of conduct submitted to CJ
  • Tofail for increasing prices of apparel products
  • BPL Football begin tomorrow
  • Palestinians to end boycott of Jerusalem holy site
  • Myanmar seeks WHO help with deadly swine flu outbreak
  • Field officials influenced by AL men: BNP
  • Muhith for applying modern technologies to check graft
  • 3 to die for murder in city
  • Biman to keep cargo terminal open 7 days
  • Nasim urges BNP to respect people's voting rights
  • Cricket Australia hoping to confirm Bangladesh series by next week
  • Etihad Airways says it lost $1.87 bn in 2016
  • Prince William leaves pilot job for UK royal duties
  • Police to be available for drives by DCs: Minister
  • World now treats Bangladesh with honour: PM
  • US ready to launch nuclear strike against China if Trump orders
  • Couple’s bodies found in Tangail septic tank
  • Amazon pushes into SE Asia with Singapore launch
  • Independent prosecution service in the offing: Anisul
  • Villar resigns from FIFA and UEFA roles
  • Graduates with IT training can apply for assistant teacher post: HC
  • KSA to recruit 3000 Bangladeshi workers this year
  • British Council unveils memorial in honour of 8 Bangladeshi policemen
  • Astronauts gear up for space with tough Russian training
  • Noble shares plunge after $1.8 bn loss warning
  • 2 get life term in Lakshmipur rape case
  • Miss Kyrgyzstan 2013 dies of cancer
  • Trump hails $10 bn investment from Apple supplier Foxconn
  • Cricket Australia ready for arbitration in pay row
  • Diesel and petrol car ban: Clean air strategy 'not enough'
  • ICT probe body finalizes reports against 16 war crimes accused
  • Remove corruption from land offices, Land Minister to DCs
  • People to bring AL back to power: PM
  • Siddiqur sent to India for treatment
  • Pakistan village council orders 'revenge rape' of girl
  • Ohio State Fair ride accident kills 1, injures several
  • Gujarat flood fury: death toll rises to 111
  • Ohio State Fair ride accident kills one and injures several
  • Facebook calls for a more people-centric security industry
  • Antibody helps keep man's HIV at bay for 10 months
  • Facebook profit jumps as user ranks grow
  • Samsung Electronics' record earnings see it overtake Apple
  • Coca-Cola launches revamped diet cola in US as earnings drop
  • U.S. wins Gold Cup title to continue unbeaten start in Arena's second stint
  • Mourinho: I had to beg Real Madrid to let me go
  • The government's air pollution plan is a beautiful smokescreen
  • 4 Nigerians among nine arrested in city
  • Israel removes more security installations at sensitive holy site
  • No gas in Mirpur for 4-hr today
  • Angelina Jolie’s tell-all interview about life after Brad Pitt: Things got bad
  • Runa, Bhabna wish each other for their upcoming films
  • DiCaprio’s Titanic fundraiser: from dinner with Kate Winslet to a sculpture of endangered tigers
  • 4 get life term jail for murder in M’singh
  • Magura road accident kills BCL leader
  • Neymar scores as Barcelona beat Manchester United 1-0
  • Popular Bollywood on-screen couple will work together again
  • Group show ‘Charcoal’ begins at Galleri Kaya tomorrow
  • Natya Teertha stages ‘Dwip’ at Shilpakala today
  • Off Namibia, an underwater diamond harvest
  • UK to ban sale of petrol and diesel cars by 2040
  • Trump says Apple promised three new US plants
  • DU admission test begins on Sep 15
  • World News
    Palestinians to end boycott of Jerusalem holy site Palestinians were set to return to pray at a sensitive Jerusalem holy site on Thursday…
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    3 to die for murder in city A court here on Thursday sentenced three people to death for killing an employee of a shoe factory in Siddikbazar area of Gulistan in the city. The court…
    4 Nigerians among nine arrested in city
Detectives in a drive arrested nine people including four Nigerians of a fraud gang from different parts of the city on Wednesday night. Tipped off, a…
  • No gas in Mirpur for 4-hr today
  • DU admission test begins on Sep 15
  • DU female teachers altering course of history
  • Bangladesh
    Muhith for applying modern technologies to check graft Observing that everybody is indirectly involved in graft, Finance Minister AMA Muhith on Thursday stressed the need for applying modern technologies to check graft in the country as technologies create many scopes to prevent the social menace. "The optimum use of technologies will help reduce corruption...there's…
    Couple’s bodies found in Tangail septic tank Police recovered the bodies of a couple from the septic tank of their house on Thursday afternoon in Rasulpur area of Sadar upazila. The deceased were identified as Anil Kumar Das, 68, a retired teacher of Basirunnessa High School and his wife Kalpana Rani Das, 57. Assistant superintendent of police…
  • Siddiqur sent to India for treatment
  • British Council unveils memorial in honour of 8 Bangladeshi policemen
  • Politics
    Field officials influenced by AL men: BNP BNP senior leader Nazrul Islam Khan on Thursday alleged that the jailing of Barguna UNO Tariq Salmon and subsequent transfer of some top officials have exposed field-level officials are influenced by Awami League men. Speaking at a discussion, he also questioned how the national election will be free…
    Nasim urges BNP to respect people's voting rights Health and Family Welfare Minister Mohammad Nasim on Thursday urged BNP to respect the right of people's voting.  "Respect the right of the people, respect the Constitutions of the country, People have the right to vote in the election to select a party to  run the…
  • People to bring AL back to power: PM
  • BNP finds conspiracy theory over Khaleda’s London tour
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