Monday 10 December 2018 ,
Monday 10 December 2018 ,
Latest News
  • Bangladesh beat West Indies by five wickets
  • Political parties can start election campaign Monday
  • 29 JaPa candidates to contest polls under Grand Alliance; 143 independently
  • Khaleda files writ to get back candidacy
  • HC asks EC to accept 5 BNP aspirants’ nominations
At a Glance
  • BTRC orders to block 58 news portals
  • Voters await high-voltage campaign ahead of Dec 30 election
  • Beyonce adds spunk to Isha Ambani's pre-wedding gala
  • Najib arrested over tampered 1MDB audit report
  • Twitter CEO accused of ignoring plight of Rohingya in tweets promoting Myanmar
  • ‘I can’t breathe’ were Khashoggi’s final words, report says
  • Pay Tk 100 crore to Moon Cinema Hall owner by June 30: SC
  • Candidates’ wealth statements under ACC scanner
  • Jessore motor mechanic achieves glory with various inventions
  • Journo killed Jashore road crash
  • EC to allocate poll symbols today
  • River edge out Boca after extra time to win Copa Libertadores
  • Bir Shreshtha Ruhul Amin's death anniv today
  • Human Rights Day today
  • 4 technocrat ministers quit
  • Skilled Navy needed to protect marine resources: President
  • Take tougher stance against corruption
  • Over 2.79 lakh students get govt stipend
  • Tk 21.75 lakh collected as fine
  • Economic disparity increases for lack of political competition in 10 yrs: CPD
  • Two-day RAJUK workshop held
  • Flydubai to re-launch flights to Ctg
  • Summit Power approves 30pc cash dividend
  • Aamra-Polycom showcases solutions for future
  • Sugar cane means money, renewable energy in Mauritius
  • 18 years, 200 ODIs down the line, Mash still looks fresh
  • Mosaddek leads Bangladesh into ACC Emerging Cup semis
  • Rahmatganj seal quarterfinal berth
  • Navy foil Army challenge in full five sets battle
  • Women’s college rugby final today
  • Chelsea grind down Man City
  • Arsenal rout Huddersfield
  • Rawnak Hasan directs his first drama serial
  • ‘Hasonjaner Raja’ to be staged at BSA today
  • Countrywide short film fest begins
  • ‘Gaaner Raja’ goes on air from today
  • ‘Baby Photography Exhibition’
  • AL keeps 258 seats for party men
  • Tigers maintain winning spree against Windies
  • Don’t create family feuds in the name of realising rights
  • World News
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    Metro
    Journo killed Jashore road crash A journalist was killed as a covered van hit his motorcycle at  Bakchar Cold store intersection in the district town on Sunday night, reports UNB.…
    Bir Shreshtha Ruhul Amin's death anniv today The nation will recall the contributions of Bir Shreshtha Ruhul Amin, one of the country’s seven greatest heroes during its Liberation War, on his…
  • Human Rights Day today
  • Over 2.79 lakh students get govt stipend
  • Tk 21.75 lakh collected as fine
  • Bangladesh
    Skilled Navy needed to protect marine resources: President President Abdul Hamid said there is no alternative to a skilled and smart navy force for protecting the maritime sovereignty alongside ensure full utilisation of the potentials of increasing trade and investment and protect marine resources. He made the remarks while addressing the President Winter…
    Take tougher stance against corruption Chief Justice Syed Mahmud Hossain said a tougher stance against corruption by the young generation could prevent the menace. “The country must be freed from corruption if the young generation or students shall take a bold stance against graft with utilising their inherent power,” he said…
  • Don’t create family feuds in the name of realising rights
  • Viqarunnisa teacher gets bail in Aritree suicide case
  • Politics
    Candidates’ wealth statements under ACC scanner The Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) will commence its own scrutiny and investigation based on the wealth statements submitted by candidates with the Election Commission (EC) very soon.  ACC said they are now collecting the information from the EC and other related organisations which can provide…
    EC to allocate poll symbols today The Election Commission (EC) will allocate the electoral symbols to political parties and independent candidates for contesting in the 11th parliamentary election as yesterday was the last day of withdrawal of candidature. A total of 39 registered political parties are taking part in polls slated for…
  • Political parties can start election campaign Monday
  • AL keeps 258 seats for party men
  • Sports
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    JP (Ershad) will contest JS polls in 29 seats under grand alliance and field 143 candidates separately under party banner. Will the decision be the decider?
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    Yes 8.3%
    No 75.0%
    No Comment 16.7%
    Opinions
    Chasing the enemy

    Kumkum Chadha

    Chasing the enemy
    Healthy trade links to grow between Bangladesh and China

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    Healthy trade links to grow between Bangladesh and China
    Video
    Photo Gallery
    • Kuala Lumpur : This picture taken on December 5, 2018 shows a hanging restaurant inspired by Santa Claus travelling on a sleigh with reindeers for a Christmas season promotion that takes customers with a view of Kuala Lumpur skyline. AFP PHOTO
    • Beirut : Fireworks light the sky as a Christmas is lit in Lebanon's capital Beirut on December 3, 2018. AFP PHOTO
    • United Arab Emirates : Falcons are seen standing on their perches before being released while on a hunting trip by Al-Marzoom Hunting Association at Al-Marzoom Falconry Reserve, about 100 kilometres southwest of Abu Dhabi, on December 8, 2018. AFP PHOTO
    • Bangladesh batsman Mushfiqur Rahim blasts a boundary on his way to make an unbeaten 55 against West Indies in the first ODI match at Sher-e-Bangla National Cricket Stadium in Dhaka yesterday. BCB PHOTO
    • Hong Kong : A man reads a newspaper with horse racing information during a fireworks display at the closing ceremony of the Hong Kong International Races at the Sha Tin Racecourse in Hong Kong on December 9, 2018. AFP PHOTO
    • Thailand : People ride their bicycles as they take part in the nationwide Bike Un Ai Rak cycling event in Thailand's southern province of Narathiwat on December 9, 2018. AFP PHOTO
    • Paris : A man walks past a Christmas tree at a Christmas market in the Jardin des Tuilleries (Tuilleries Garden), in Paris on December 6, 2018. AFP PHOTO
    • India : This handout photo released by Raindrop Media on December 1, 2018, shows Bollywood actress Priyanka Chopra (R) and American singer Nick Jonas during their wedding celebration at Umaid Bhawan palace in Jodhpur. AFP PHOTO
    • Palestinian : Palestinian Christians watch as fireworks light the sky to mark the lighting of a Christmas tree at the Manger Square near the Church of the Nativity, revered as the site of Jesus Christ's birth, in the biblical West Bank town of Bethlehem on December 1, 2018. AFP PHOTO
    • France : A ferris wheel is illuminated as the sun sets over the French Riviera city of Nice, southeastern France, on December 2, 2018. AFP PHOTO
    Melandaha unit of Bangladesh Muktijoddha Sangsad brings out a procession in Melandaha of Jamalpur district yesterday marking the freeing of the
town from the Pakistan occupation army in 1971. INDEPENDENT PHOTO Melandaha unit of Bangladesh Muktijoddha Sangsad brings out a procession in Melandaha of Jamalpur…
    A man is selling the national flag at Farmgate in the capital yesterday ahead of Victory Day that falls on December 16 . INDEPENDENT PHOTO A man is selling the national flag at Farmgate in the capital yesterday ahead of Victory Day…
    Supporters of BNP leaders who failed to get party tickets to contest the upcoming national polls attack the party chief’s
political office at Gulshan in the capital yesterday. Inset, a portion of the damaged building. INDEPENDENT PHOTO Supporters of BNP leaders who failed to get party tickets to contest the upcoming national…
    A section of students of Viqarunnisa Noon School and College stages protest on the school’s Bailey Road campus in
the capital yesterday, demanding release of their class teacher Hasna Hena. INDEPENDENT PHOTO A section of students of Viqarunnisa Noon School and College stages protest on the school’s…
    Entertainment, Art & Culture
    Beyonce adds spunk to Isha Ambani's pre-wedding gala
    Grammy Award-winning singer Beyonce gave a power-packed performance at the pre-wedding celebrations of Isha Ambani and Anand Piramal in Udaipur. The pop star performed on Sunday night for a star-studded audience, which included former US First Lady Hillary Clinton…
    Environment
    Sugar cane means money, renewable energy in Mauritius

    Sugar cane means money, renewable energy in Mauritius

    Far out into the Indian Ocean where it is forced to be self-reliant, the island nation of Mauritius is weaning itself off fossil fuels by turning to its main cash-crop sugar cane, for electricity. The…
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    Science & Tech
    Jessore motor mechanic achieves glory with various inventions
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