Tuesday 28 July 2015 ,
Tuesday 28 July 2015 ,
  • Landslide kills 5 in Cox’s…
    At least five people were killed and two injured in a landslide in…
  • Alert in India as assault…
    Ten people including three civilians were killed yesterday when gunmen…
  • War crimes accused Latif…
    War crimes accused Mohammad Abdul Latif Talukder of Bagerhat died…
  • Sundarbans tiger population…
    The tiger population in Bangladesh part of the Sundarbans, the world’s…
  • BB projects 5.5pc rise in…
    Bangladesh Bank (BB) yesterday rolled out the agriculture and rural…
Spot Light
The results of Higher Secondary Certificate (HSC) and its equivalent examinations will be published on August 9. Education Minister Nurul Islam…
SKorea declares 'de facto end' to Mers virus South Korea's Prime Minister Hwang Kyo-ahn has declared a "de facto end"…
Afghanistan: Wedding shootout in Baghlan province 'kills 20 people' At the end of a long day of bilateral meetings and news conferences, President Obama…
President Obama dances with Kenyan pop stars Sauti Sol At the end of a long day of bilateral meetings and news conferences, President Obama…
7 killed as rebels attack bus, police station in India Indian army commandos and police were in a gunfight Monday with militants who attacked…
4 dead as attackers storm Indian police station New Delhi: Indian security forces were on Monday battling an armed attack on a police…
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BB projects 5.5pc rise in loan disbursement
Dhaka Metro
 Causes of traffic jam to be identified through survey The government has started a joint survey to identify the major causes of traffic jam and find its remedies in the capital. "A joint survey by police…
  • Billboard lands on pedestrian in capital
  • DB police arrest '7 kidnappers' in capital
  • Youth mercilessly beaten by traffic policemen
  • Hawkers flout HC order, set up shops on footpaths
  • Events
    At the end of a long day of bilateral meetings and news…
    Politics
    BNP concerned over EC move The BNP yesterday expressed concern over the Election Commission’s decision to enlist new voters in the age group of 15-17 while updating the voter…
    BNP demands EC’s resignation for move to enrol under-18 Terming unlawful, motivated and whimsical the Election Commission’s (EC’s) move to enrol under-18 youths in the voter list, BNP on Monday…
  • Submit probe report on Khaleda 13 Oct
  • BNP now wants neutral administration
  • SC upholds bail for BNP leader Toriqul Islam
  • HC to hear ACC plea in Maya graft case
  • Bangladesh
    11 Jamaat men held in Jessore Police in a drive arrested eleven leaders and activists of Jamaat-e-Islami from a mosque in Narendrapur Post Office area in sadar upazila on Monday night…
    Draft Petroleum Bill, 2015 gets cabinet nod The Cabinet on Monday approved the draft of the 'Petroleum Bill, 2015' subject to the vetting of the Law Ministry to regulate import, storage…
  • Housewife stabbed to death over family feud
  • Bangladeshi shot dead by BSF
  • Ferry services remain suspended
  • Man killed in reported gunfight
  • Sports
    Tigers optimistic to fare well in Dhaka Test Bangladesh team manager Khaled Mahmud Sujon is optimistic to fare well in the second Test match against South Africa if they could keep the ongoing momentum…
    Mexico defeats Jamaica in Gold Cup final Philadelphia : Andres Guardado became the first player to score in three Gold Cup finals and Mexico also capitalized on two defensive blunders Sunday…
  • Bangladesh on right track: Mushfiq
  • I am always number one: Usain Bolt
  • Ban-SA Ctg Test ends draw due to rain on day-5
  • Tigers take 78-run lead over Proteas
  • Entertainment
    After uproar, Salman apologises for controversial tweets
    Mumbai: After tweets that triggered a volley of protests, Bollywood superstar Salman Khan on Sunday evening apologised for saying that the 1993 Mumbai…
    Whitney Houston's daughter Bobbi Kristina dead at 22 Los Angeles : Bobbi Kristina Brown, the only child of pop legend Whitney Houston and singer Bobby Brown, died Sunday aged 22, six months after she was…
  • I am not yet engaged, there is time for marriage: Katrina Kaif
  • ‘Baahubali’ poster gets Guinness accreditation
  • Poll
    Today's Question »
    BNP leader Asaduzzaman Ripon claims the EC could not properly update the voter list before as it had engaged ruling party men for the work. Do you agree?
     Yes
     No
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    Yes 85.7%
    No 14.3%
    No Comment 0.0%
    Video
    Photo Gallery
    • elephant

      IVORY COAST : A visitor feeds a banana to an elephant at the zoo in Abidjan on July 24, 2015. AFP PHOTO

    • Children-cool-off

      ITALY : Children cool off in a fountain in Milan on July 24, 2015 as a major heatwave spreads throughout Europe with temperatures hitting nearly 40 degrees Celsius. AFP PHOTO

    • Mercedes

      HUNGARY : Mercedes AMG Petronas F1 Team's British driver Lewis Hamilton ompetes during the second practice session of the Hungarian Grand Prix Formula One race on July 24, 2015 at the Hungaroring racetrack in Mogyorod. AFP PHOTO

    • Robot-playing-football-match

      CHINA : Robots compete in a football match during the RoboCup 2015 in Hefei, east China's Anhui province on July 22, 2015. AFP PHOTO

    • Indonesian-man

      INDONESIA :An Indonesian man carrying firewood on a motorcycle passes a field in Banyuwangi located in eastern Java island as Mount Raung volcano emits steam and ash (background) on July 21, 2015. AFP PHOTO

    • monsoon

      INDIA : An Indian woman sit under a tree at the roadside during the monsoon rains in New Delhi on July 20, 2015. AFP PHOTO

    • choir-stalls

      FRANCE : This picture shows a detail of the choir stalls inside the Sainte-Marie Cathedral in Saint-Bertrand-de-Comminges, outhwestern France. The former cathedral is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. AFP PHOTO

    • zorb-balls

      CZECH REPUBLIC : Tourists play in zorb balls on the Vltava river as temperatures reached 34 degrees Celsius on July 18, 2015 in Prague, Czech Republic.AFP PHOTO

    • Nepalese girl

      NEPAL : A young Nepalese girl holds a doll as she walks at a relief camp for survivors of the Nepal earthquakes in Kathmandu on July 17, 2015, following twin earthquakes which struck the Himalayan nation in April and May 2015. AFP PHOTO

    • cycling race

      FRANCE : The pack rides during the 178,5 km fourteenth stage of the 102nd edition of the Tour de France cycling race on July 18, 2015, between Rodez and Mende, southern France. AFP PHOTO

    Art & Culture
    Shakespeare's ‘Othello Tower’ to reopen after facelift
    Famagusta, Cyprus: The 14th-century Cypriot tower that is the fictional setting of Shakespeare's play ‘Othello’ reopens next month after undergoing renovation following decades of decay on the internationally isolated Turkish side of the ethnically divided island. The ‘Othello Tower’ was long a tourist magnet. But after Cyprus was partitioned by a 1974 Turkish invasion triggered by a brief Greek-inspired coup, hundreds of the island's heritage sites fell foul of what became a frozen conflict. Part of a fortress in the mediaeval city of Famagusta just within the Turkish side of Cyprus's ‘Green Line’ on the eastern coast, the tower has been undergoing emergency stabilisation for the past year to protect it from extensive water damage. According…
    Life Style
    Home remedies to prevent hair fall
    Grieving over excess hair fall? Massaging your scalp for a few minutes daily and…
    Foods to suit your sun sign
    The influence of astrology in your life is not limited to future predictions, it…
    How to make ghee at home
    Homemade ghee has got its own taste and texture. While health benefits of ghee are…
    Health boosting benefits of cinnamon
    While cinnamon is a popular spice in Indian cooking, did you know that it has a…
    Technology
    Self-Aware robot solves riddle
    In a surprising and perhaps frightening new twist, a robot has demonstrated that…
    Apple posts record third-quarter as iPhone sales surge
    The technology giant sold 47.5 million iPhones in the quarter to 27 June, up 35%…
    Enigma coding machine auction boosted by bidding war
    One of the few remaining Enigma coding machines has been sold at auction for more…
    First electric planes fly over English Channel
     Airbus flew its electric plane across the English Channel for the first time…
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