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  • High alert in Kerala after 15 militants set off from Sri Lanka
  • Don’t do politics over Khaleda’s treatment: Info Minister to BNP
  • UAE launches campaign to aid Rohingyas
  • President returns home after treatment
  • Bangladeshi shot dead by BSF along Dinajpur border
  • 11yrs on, WASA digitisation yet to bring desired results
  • Amethi BJP worker, who campaigned for Smriti Irani, shot dead
  • Valencia stun deflated Barcelona to win Copa del Rey
At a Glance
  • Ducsu VP Nur injured in Bogura ‘BCL attack’
  • Modi to take oath on Thursday
  • Shakib keen to touch new milestone in World Cup
  • AL leader Faruk Khan joins Dr Kamal’s iftar party
  • 3 killed, 6 injured in Nepal blasts
  • Rain washes out Bangladesh-Pakistan warm-up match
  • IGP calls for ratcheting up security ahead of Eid
  • Action would be taken if BRTC realizes extra fare: Quader
  • Nusrat murder: PBI finds charges against ex-Sonagazi OC true
  • Dhaka to sign US$ 2.5bn ODA deal with Tokyo during PM’s visit: FM
  • 8,000 kg eggs collected from Halda in 2 hrs
  • N’ganj Jamdani weavers working overnight to grab Eid market
  • Youth held with 100,000 pieces of Yaba pills in Cox’s Bazar
  • 4 'fraudsters' held in Magura
  • BRTC to get 400 more buses: Quader
  • EC, Local Govt Division get new secretaries
  • Make Joyeeta Foundation economically stronger: PM
  • Shakib 'danger man' for Bangladesh: Ricky Ponting
  • Rain delays toss of Bangladesh-Pakistan warm-up match
  • Govt working to save farmers: Food Minister
  • Khaleda challenges govt decision to hold trial inside Keraniganj jail
  • Don’t do politics over Khaleda’s treatment: Info Minister to BNP
  • High alert in Kerala after 15 militants set off from Sri Lanka
  • Jamdani weavers working overnight ahead of Eid
  • President returns home after treatment
  • UAE launches campaign to aid Rohingyas
  • Final votes cast as Europe chooses future course
  • Bangladeshi shot dead by BSF along Dinajpur border
  • Amethi BJP worker, who campaigned for Smriti Irani, shot dead
  • Five economic challenges for India's Modi
  • Venezuela negotiators return to Norway for crisis talks
  • Mexico's environment minister resigns for delaying flight
  • Solar-powered dug wells bring hope in drought-prone Naogaon
  • Valencia stun deflated Barcelona to win Copa del Rey
  • Trump and Abe tee off amid US-Japan trade tensions
  • 10 wounded as gunmen open fire outside New Jersey bar
  • 3 motorcyclists killed in Chattogram road crash
  • Mexico confirms 6 killed in crash of military helicopter
  • Director’s Guild wants to regain lost glory of tv dramas
  • Dr Kamal seeks unity to establish pure, functional democracy
  • India's president appoints Modi as PM for second term
  • BIWTC to run special Eid services for 13 days
  • Safa and Rohan in romantic web series
  • Fan song ‘Cholo Bangladesh’ for World Cup composed
  • WC theme song for Tigers unveiled
  • Work of marine drive road in Kuakata sea beach starts
  • Boro paddy procurement drive begins
  • Massive crowds at Kamalapur, Airport stations
  • 11yrs on, WASA digitisation yet to bring desired results
  • World News
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    Metro
    Youth held with 100,000 pieces of Yaba pills in Cox’s Bazar The Rapid Action Battalion (RAB) on Sunday arrested a young man along with 100,000 pieces of Yaba pills from a house in Hatiarghona area of Teknaf. The…
    4 'fraudsters' held in Magura Police arrested four suspected members of a gang involved in fraud and abduction from the district town on Sunday morning. The arrestees were identified…
  • Jamdani weavers working overnight ahead of Eid
  • Bangladeshi shot dead by BSF along Dinajpur border
  • Solar-powered dug wells bring hope in drought-prone Naogaon
  • Bangladesh
    Govt working to save farmers: Food Minister Food Minister Sadhan Chandra Majumder on Sunday said that the government is working to save all farmers of the country. “Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina got popularity across the world for her outstanding activities. She prioritised young and new persons in Parliament to develop the country faster,”…
    EC, Local Govt Division get new secretaries The Election Commission and the Local Government Division got new secretaries on Sunday after seven senior officials were transferred and assigned new roles. The Public Administration Ministry issued a circular in this regard. Technical and Madrasa Education Division Secretary Mohammad Alamgir has been…
  • Make Joyeeta Foundation economically stronger: PM
  • IGP calls for ratcheting up security ahead of Eid
  • Politics
    AL leader Faruk Khan joins Dr Kamal’s iftar party Awami League presidium member Faruk Khan on Sunday joined an iftar party of BNP’s alliance partner Gonoforum on behalf of Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina. Gonoforum President Dr Kamal Hossain hosted the iftar at a city hotel in honour of political leaders and noted citizens. Since the formation of…
    Khaleda challenges govt decision to hold trial inside Keraniganj jail BNP Chairperson Khaleda Zia moved the High Court on Sunday challenging the government’s move to hold trial in 17 cases against her inside the Keraniganj Central Jail. Barrister Kayser Kamal filed the writ petition on behalf of the former prime minister. He said that the bench of Justice Farah…
  • Don’t do politics over Khaleda’s treatment: Info Minister to BNP
  • Dr Kamal seeks unity to establish pure, functional democracy
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    • Paris : An aerial view shows in the foreground the Notre Dame bridge over the river Seine, and on the left the Conciergerie and the Paris Commercial Court on the Ile de la Cite in Paris on April 26, 2019. AFP PHOTO
    • Bulgaria : A stork with his babies sit in their nest near the city of Gotse Delchev on May 23, 2019. AFP PHOTO
    • Yangon : Lighting strikes across the sky of Yangon on May 22, 2019.AFP PHOTO
    • Germany : A western yellow wagtail (Motacilla flava) rests in a field of rapeseed standing in full bloom on May in Heiligkreuztal 17, 2019. AFP PHOTO
    • Skopje : A first white-handed gibbon infant, born at the Skopje Zoo, plays with his mother and father, in their enclosure, in Skopje, on May 20, 2019. AFP PHOTO
    • Afghanistan : In this photograph taken on May 22, 2019, an Afghan shepherd looks on amongst his sheep on the outskirts of Badakhshan Province. AFP PHOTO
    • Madhyamanchal : A spotted owlet, small owl breeding in tropical Asia, looks on as it sits on a tree branch in Kathmandu on May 17, 2019. AFP PHOTO
    • Germany : A picture taken on May 14, 2019 shows a gannet flying with a twig in its beak on the German island "Helgoland", northern Germany. AFP PHOTO
    • Moscow : Shelducks (tadorna ferruginea) stand on a pond bank in front of Moscow's Sobornaya mosque on May 15, 2019. AFP PHOTO
    • France : Balloons float over the International Village of the film market during the 72nd edition of the Cannes Film Festival in Cannes, southern France, on May 15, 2019. AFP PHOTO
    The photo taken recently shows workers fill sacks with sand as a part of constructing a marine drive road along the
Kuakata beach to prevent erosion by tidal surge. INDEPENDENT PHOTO The photo taken recently shows workers fill sacks with sand as a part of constructing a marine…
    The 13th span of the Padma bridge is being installed on piers 14 and 15 at Mawa
point in Munshiganj yesterday, making a stretch of almost two kilometres of the main
structure visible. FOCUS BANGLA PHOTO The 13th span of the Padma bridge is being installed on piers 14 and 15 at Mawa point in Munshiganj…
    NOT A CANAL!: Local people and some rickshaws wade through an inundated road in front of Sayedabad Bus Terminal in the capital yesterday.
The road went under water during Friday’s heavy rains and such nuisance keeps repeating whenever it rains as no proper drainage system
is in place there. STAR MAIL PHOTO NOT A CANAL!: Local people and some rickshaws wade through an inundated road in front of Sayedabad…
    The 13th span of the Padma Bridge rests on a floating crane at Mawa point in Munshiganj yesterday. The span, which was scheduled to be installed
between the 14th and 15th span yesterday, is likely to be mounted today. STAR MAIL PHOTO The 13th span of the Padma Bridge rests on a floating crane at Mawa point in Munshiganj yesterday.…
    Environment
    Number of tigers rises to 114 in Sundarbans

    Number of tigers rises to 114 in Sundarbans

    The number of Royal Bengal Tiger in Bangladesh part of the the Sundarbans has increased to 114 from 106. Environment, Forest and Climate Change Minister Md Shahab Uddin announced this on Wednesday while…
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    SpaceX on Thursday launched a rocket containing the first 60 satellites of…
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    Nasa needs an additional $1.6bn next year if they are to stand any chance of…
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