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  • Nazmul Quaunine made Bangladesh HC to UK
  • 12th session of JS begins Sunday
  • Obama vetoes bill allowing 9/11 victims to sue Saudi
  • Bangladesh becomes Delta Coalition Chair
  • 3 dead in shooting at mall north of Seattle
  • 5 killed in Chittagong road crash
As debaters, Trump and Clinton both have strengths and weaknesses WASHINGTON: Neither Hillary Clinton nor Donald Trump is the clear favorite as the…
Obama vetoes bill allowing 9/11 victims to sue Saudi WASHINGTON: President Barack Obama on Friday vetoed a bill allowing 9/11 families…
'Don't shoot!' wife tells Charlotte police in video The moment North Carolina police shot a black man was captured on video by his wife,…
Fawad and other Pakistani artistes given 48 hours to leave India Pakistani artistes find themselves in trouble as nationalist party Maharashtra Navnirman…
24 passengers killed in Pakistan bus accident Pakistani police say a speeding bus has plunged into a fast-flowing river in Pakistan's…
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PM returns home on Sept 30
Dhaka Metro
4 of a family burnt in old Dhaka fire Four members of a family suffered burn injuries when a fire broke out in their house at Posta Chamrapatti in Chakbazar area of old part of the city early…
  • Ensure low-cost better treatment, says president
  • Slain ‘militant’s’ son put on 3-day remand
  • SC stays Mahmudur’s bail till Oct 30
  • Building catches fire in Old Dhaka
  • Events
    A six-year-old American boy's letter to Barack Obama,…
    No suspension of Rampal project despite Unesco advice: Nasrul The construction work on Rampal power plant will not be suspended despite Unesco's advice, said State Minister for Power and Energy Nasrul Hamid on…
    Tangail AL leader Faruk murder: 2 more accused sent to jail A Tangail court on Saturday sent two more accused in Awami League leader Faruk Ahmed murder case to jail rejecting their bail prayers. The accused are…
  • BNP demands formation of EC thru’ dialogue
  • AL infighting kills 2 in Kushtia
  • AL wants new EC thru ‘search committee’
  • Terrorists desperate for ‘lack of rule of law: BNP
  • Bangladesh
    Chemical explosion caused Tompaco fire: Titas report A probe body, formed by the Titas Gas Company after the devastating fire incident at Tampaco Foils factory in Tongi, has found that the flame was caused…
    FM chairs 71st UNGA general debate Foreign Minister AH Mahmood Ali chaired the general debate of the ongoing 71st Session of United Nation General Assembly held on Friday morning. The Foreign…
  • UK minister lauds Dhaka's drive against terrorism
  • Bangladesh becomes Delta Coalition Chair
  • 12th session of JS begins Sunday
  • Nazmul Quaunine made Bangladesh HC to UK
  • Sports
    Bangladesh takes on Afghanistan in the first ODI Sunday Tigers thrilled with their fast bowler Taskin Ahmed back in the squad hopes that a long lay -off will not hinder their form as they take on spirited Afghanistan…
    Bangladesh shock India 5-4 in U-18 Asia Cup hockey opener Ashraful Islam scored four goals including a hattrick, as Bangladesh made a convincing start in the Biximco Under-18 Asian Hockey defeating mighty India…
  • Bangladesh guards against rust in Afghan ODIs
  • Wozniacki to face Osaka in Tokyo final
  • Qatar fire coach with 2018 hopes in balance
  • Wasim leads Pakistan's rout of West Indies
  • Entertainment
    Mousumi, Omar Sani pair up for 41st time
    Evergreen artistes and a golden couple of the Bangladesh film industry Mousumi and Omar Sani have certainly come a long way since they first appeared…
    Konal ties the knot Tying the knot with one of her long-term friends—who is a journalist by profession, popular singer of the current generation Somnur Monir Konal…
  • 3-day art show, drawing competition at Shilpakala
  • Shooting of Faria's ‘Premi O Premi’ in final stage
  • Poll
    Today's Question »
    BNP had urged the govt to form the EC through dialogue with opposition parties instead of making a search committee. Do you support this call?
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    Yes 89.5%
    No 10.5%
    No Comment 0.0%
    Photo Gallery
    • Passengers get down from a train amid risk of accidents at Tiger Pass Rail Crossing, one kilometera off to Chittagong Railway Station yesterday. INDEPENDENT PHOTO
    • This picture taken yesterday shows almost half of the street in front of Shah Ali market in Mirpur section 1 in the capital occupied illegally by road-side traders. INDEPENDENT PHOTO
    • The photo taken yesterday shows garbage dumped near Mouchak intersection of the capital continuously emanating bad odor creating immense sufferings to the commuters. PHOTO: AZIZUR RAHMAN SUMON
    • The photo taken yesterday vehicles pass through a waterlogged road after a sudden rain in Mirpur-12 area of the capital. PHOTO: PARVEZ AHMAD
    • Deputy Inspector General for Rangpur Range of Bangladesh Police Khondker Golam Faruk pastes anti-militancy poster on a wall in Rangpur yesterday. INDEPENDENT PHOTO
    • The photo taken on Friday night shows people crowd Barisal launch terminal to return their workplaces after celebrating Eid. INDEPENDENT PHOTO
    • The processing of rawhide is going on in full swing in tanneries after Eid-ul-Azha.The photo was taken at tannery in Hazaribug area of the capital yesterday. INDEPENDENT PHOTO
    • Boat men take part at a traditional boat race in the Chitra River in Narail yesterday in observance of 93rd birth anniversary of renowned painter SM Sultan. Independent Photo
    Art & Culture
    Five-day event begins at Nat’l Museum Oct 1
    The five-day ‘Korean Film Festival 2016’ will begin at the National Museum auditorium in the capital from October 1, said an embassy statement. Korean Embassy in Dhaka is organising the five-day event as part of its initiatives to strengthen cultural ties between the two countries. The opening ceremony will be attended by State Minister for Power and Energy Nasrul Hamid as chief guest. Popular actress Nusrat Imrose Tisha, the goodwill ambassador appointed by the South Korean Embassy in Dhaka, will also join the programme. The festival will kick off with the film titled ‘No Breathing’ at 6:00 pm, while the opening ceremony will be held at 3:00 pm on October 1. Other films which are scheduled to be screened during the festival are—‘A Hard Day’, ‘Born…
    Life Style
    What to do with the rawhide
    Many people suffer from the dilemma of what to do with the cow hides and goat skins…
    Heavy school bags could lead to backaches and hunchbacks
    What was a guess in the past has become a fact now. As per a new study, 68 per cent…
    Benefits of face scrubs for men
    New Delhi: A face scrub is as essential for men as it is for women. Facial…
    Why it is important not to trim/shave after 1st Dhu'l-Hijja
    According to the words of Prophet Muhammad (PBUH), as reported by Umme Salma in…
    ICT export to cross $1b mark by 2018: Palak
    State Minister for ICT Zunaid Ahmed Palak on Saturday laid emphasis on enhancing…
    Deals worth billions likely as China president due Oct 14
    AFP, SAN FRANCISCO: Google late Monday sent out invitations to an October 4 event,…
    Apple, Samsung struggle in face of Chinese competition
    BEIJING: The global launch of the iPhone 7 on Friday is crucial to Apple's fortunes…
    Apple's iPhone 7 ditches traditional headphone socket
    The iPhone 7 will not have a traditional headphone socket. Apple said its lightning…
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