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  • Malaysian landslide kills 3, Bangladeshis among 11 trapped
  • Rohingya kids at risk of exploitation, abuse: Schmidt
  • End all activities at TSC by 8pm: DU
  • 39 Bangladeshis detained in Malaysia
  • 53 killed in Egyptian desert shoot out
At a Glance
  • 3 Bangladeshis killed in Malaysia landslide
  • Moudud questions AL’s stance on CJ’s rejoining
  • Shooter Sadia Sultana admitted to DMCH
  • King Salman complex for Prophet’s Hadiths remarkable achievement
  • BNP’s power dream to exhaust: Quader
  • Mominul in T20 squad for South Africa series
  • No way for govt changeover without polls: Nasim
  • Italian Bangladeshi 1971 veteran Marino Rigon passes away
  • China not to interfere in Myanmar issue
  • Barca want to stay in La Liga amid Catalan crisis
  • 15 Afghan army cadets killed in Kabul suicide attack
  • vapes are as injurious as cigarettes
  • More than 200 URLs blocked in Pakistan in three years: report
  • PM to open Moghbazar-Mouchak Flyover Thursday
  • Tigers looking to salvage lost pride
  • Aguero back for Argentina, Higuain still out
  • Sri Lanka announce Twenty20 squad for Pakistan series
  • DU 'Kha' Unit viva voce date rescheduled
  • Injury ends Tamim's SA tour
  • PM to open final parts of Moghbazar-Mouchak Flyover Thursday
  • Rohingya kids at risk of exploitation, abuse: Schmidt
  • Robi offers iPhopne 8, 8 Plus
  • PayPal service to enhance inflow of remittances
  • Govt now ‘friendless’ over Rohingya issue: BNP
  • End all activities at TSC by 8pm: DU
  • Wall collapse kills 3 in 2 dists
  • Spain to grab Catalonia powers as crisis intensifies
  • Egypt gun battle death toll rises to 52
  • No visible progress in Tonu murder
  • Newly arrived Rohingyas assisted at Cox's Bazar transit camps: UNHCR
  • 39 Bangladeshis detained in Malaysia
  • Malaysian landslide kills 3, Bangladeshis among 11 trapped
  • Sushma to visit Dhaka Sunday
  • Sushma Swaraj due Sunday to hold bilateral talks
  • 53 killed in Egyptian desert shoot out
  • Foreign interference doesn't work, says China official
  • IS claims responsibility for Afghan mosque attack
  • Steady hand: how to do open-heart surgery in a quake
  • Tamalika in radio drama after 30 years
  • President off to London for medical checkup
  • JSS man shot dead in Khagrachhari
  • US Judge tosses $417m award against Johnson & Johnson
  • Chile poet Pablo Neruda did not die of cancer, deepen mystery: Experts
  • Afghan mosque attacks kill 72
  • BNP finds AL poll proposals ‘unconducive’
  • Rains cripple life across country
  • ‘Robber’ killed in B’baria ‘gunfight’
  • Fallen tree halts traffic between Dhaka and northern region
  • Arsenic exposure linked to respiratory infection, diarrhoea, says ICDDR,B
  • Appeals from deprived freedom fighters flood Jamuka office
  • Bangladesh clinch 6th place
  • Giroud scores a fantastic late winner
  • Bayern eye next goal romp at Hamburg
  • Surging City eye title charge, Chelsea need a lift
  • Number of women investors in share market on the rise
  • Biman to induct 2 more aircraft
  • European stocks rebound
  • Japan’s recovery not felt at street level
  • British Council celebrates Harry Potter festival
  • Taylor Swift releases new single ‘Gorgeous’
  • Ranveer Singh to feature in sequel to ‘Singh Is Kinng’
  • Bulbul Mahalanobish to perform at Nat’l Museum today
  • Abu Salim’s ‘My Beloved Motherland’ underway at AFD
  • World News
    King Salman complex for Prophet’s Hadiths remarkable achievement
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    15 Afghan army cadets killed in Kabul suicide attack A suicide bomber killed 15 Afghan army trainees as they were leaving their base…
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    PM to open Moghbazar-Mouchak Flyover Thursday The final parts of the much-awaited Moghbazar-Mouchak Flyover will finally be opened to traffic simultaneously on Thursday. Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina…
    DU 'Kha' Unit viva voce date rescheduled The viva voce for admission into the first year honors courses under 2017-18 academic session of Arts Faculty of Dhaka University (DU) under 'Kha'…
  • End all activities at TSC by 8pm: DU
  • Wall collapse kills 3 in 2 dists
  • Arsenic exposure linked to respiratory infection, diarrhoea, says ICDDR,B
  • Bangladesh
    Shooter Sadia Sultana admitted to DMCH South Asian Games gold medalist shooter Syeda Sadia Sultana has been admitted to the burn unit of Dhaka Medical College Hospital (DMCH) as she received severe burn injuries while cooking. Sources at the DMCH said Sadia was admitted to the hospital with serious burn injuries on Friday night. Dr Samanta…
    Italian Bangladeshi 1971 veteran Marino Rigon passes away Italian born Bangladesh's honorary citizen and freedom fighter Father Marino Rigon passed away in Italy on Friday night at the age of 92. Ravisankar Maitree, a Bangladeshi cultural activist in Paris, confirmed the death of Regon by a Facebook status. Citing Father Rigon's niece Alessandro Janine…
  • 39 Bangladeshis detained in Malaysia
  • No visible progress in Tonu murder
  • Politics
    No way for govt changeover without polls: Nasim Health and Family Welfare Minister and Awami League Presidium Member Mohammed Nasim on Saturday said there is no option for changeover of government without polls. "Threatening of waging movement by BNP cannot scare Awami League. Awami League is a pro-people party and it never fears any threat,"…
    Govt now ‘friendless’ over Rohingya issue: BNP BNP senior leader Amir Khasru Mahmud Chowdhury on Saturday said the government has become 'friendless' over the Rohingya issue due to its 'wrong policy' and diplomatic 'failure'. "We've made complicated an easy and clear issue like the Rohingya one, and the solution…
  • BNP finds AL poll proposals ‘unconducive’
  • Khaleda hampering trials: Quader
  • Sports
    Mominul in T20 squad for South Africa series Bangladesh Cricket Board on Saturday announced a 14-member T20 squad including top order batsman Mominul Haque for the two-match series against…
  • Injury ends Tamim's SA tour
  • Aguero back for Argentina, Higuain still out
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    • Moscow : A newly wed couple poses for photographs on Red Square in Moscow on October 20, 2017. AFP PHOTO
    • United Kingdom : Waves crash over Newhaven Lighthouse on the south coast of England on October 21, 2017. AFP PHOTO
    • Germany : Kite surfers performs on the river Weser near Wremen, nothern Germany, on October 20, 2017. AFP PHOTO
    • Bulgaria : A seagull flies over cormorants near the Black sea town of Sozopol on October 21, 2017. AFP PHOTO
    • Indian commuters drive amid heavy smog in New Delhi yesterday, the day after the Diwali Festival. New Delhi was shrouded in a thick blanket of toxic smog a day after millions of Indians lit firecrackers to mark the Diwali Festival. AFP PHOTO
    • Germany : A cormorant perches on the branch of a tree in Langen, near Bremerhaven, nothern Germany, on October 19, 2017. AFP PHOTO
    • Yerevan : Hot air balloons fly over Republic Square and the History Museum of Armenia (L) during the balloon festival in honor of the 2799th birthday of the Armenian capital in Yerevan on October 14, 2017. AFP PHOTO
    • Norway : A boat is moored in the city centre of Trondheim, on October 16, 2017. AFP PHOTO
    • Paris : Men wearing period costumes drive a horse-drawn carriage on Place de la Concorde (Concorde's Square) on October 16, 2017 in Paris. AFP PHOTO
    • Berlin : Designs are projected on the facade of the Berlin Cathedral (Berliner Dom) on the last day of the yearly Festival of Lights in Berlin on October 15, 2017. AFP PHOTO
    Daylong heavy rain disrupts regular life in the capital yesterday, affecting people from every sphere. INDEPENDENT PHOTOS Daylong heavy rain disrupts regular life in the capital yesterday, affecting people from every…
    ROAD, NOT A RIVER: Vehicles slowly wade through a lane of Begum Rokeya Sarani while three three-wheelers go out of order and remain stuck on
the other lane as the road goes completely under water due to incessant rain since early yesterday. Such condition of one of the main thoroughfares
of the capital shows its sorry state of drainage. INDEPENDENT PHOTO ROAD, NOT A RIVER: Vehicles slowly wade through a lane of Begum Rokeya Sarani while three…
    The photo taken yesterday in front of the Ideal School and College in the capital’s Motijheel shows that vehicles parked illegally occupy almost half of
the AGB Colony Bazar road, causing obstruction to traffic. PHOTO: NAZMUL ISLAM The photo taken yesterday in front of the Ideal School and College in the capital’s Motijheel…
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    More than 200 URLs blocked in Pakistan in three years: report
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