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  • Tk 169.14cr allocated for payment of jute mills workers
  • BNP demands Khaleda’s release before Eid
  • PM urges public representatives to win people’s hearts
  • Mild heat wave likely to spread
  • Nusrat murder: Arrest warrant issued against Sonagazi ex-OC
At a Glance
  • Nasim seeks death penalty for food adulterators
  • Speedy trial law expanded for another 5yrs
  • Tk 169.14cr allocated for payment of jute mills workers
  • Imam held over female lawyer murdered in Moulvibazar
  • BJP activist shot dead in India's West Bengal
  • BNP demands Khaleda’s release before Eid
  • Dhaka to focus on Rohingya crisis, climate change in Berlin Conference
  • Public representatives must win people’s hearts: PM
  • Mild heat wave likely to spread
  • Newbie Dia to debut with ‘Coffee House’
  • Post deprived DU BCL leaders continue demo
  • Arrest warrant issued against ex-OC over Nusrat murder
  • PM to meet President this evening
  • Newly elected MCC mayor, councilors sworn in
  • 2 motorcyclists killed in Dinajpur road crash
  • Schoolboy killed in Manikganj road crash
  • 2 AC technicians killed in Gazipur gas cylinder blast
  • Woman killed in Chandpur gas cylinder blast
  • Show the world why you're No. 1: Rhodes to Shakib
  • Battered EU centre holds off populist surge in vote
  • Woman ‘commits suicide killing son, daughter’ in Jashore
  • Hasina-Modi ‘goodwill exchange’ likely in Delhi
  • Priyanka, Nick celebrate a year of togetherness
  • Narail farmers going bananas over lucrative crop
  • Renault, Fiat Chrysler in tie-up talks
  • World's rivers 'awash with dangerous levels of antibiotics'
  • Rashid Khan puts a positive spin on Afghan World Cup bid
  • Man Utd legends thrash Bayern in 1999 charity rematch
  • Ishana in new drama serial
  • Directors’ Guild wants to regain lost glory of tv dramas
  • Govt to build 200 paddy silos to overcome space crisis
  • Cultural arena celebrates rebel poet’s birth anniv in style
  • OIC to take Rohingya issue to int’l court
  • 9,000kg of eggs collected as carps spawn in Halda
  • Khaleda files writ against govt move
  • Tokyo to give Dhaka $2.5b in dev assistance
  • World News
    BJP activist shot dead in India's West Bengal An activist of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) was shot dead by unknown gunmen…
    Battered EU centre holds off populist surge in vote Europe's mainstream political parties took a hit in elections on Sunday but…
    Trump downplays North Korea missile launches on Japan visit US President Donald Trump yesterday played down recent missile launches by North…
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    OIC to take Rohingya issue to int’l court
    Metro
    2 motorcyclists killed in Dinajpur road crash Two motorcyclists were killed as a truck hit their motorbike on Dinajpur-Phulbari at Kauga intersection in Sadar upazila of Dinajpur district early…
    Schoolboy killed in Manikganj road crash A Class-IX student was killed as a bus crashed into a motorcycle on Dhaka-Aricha highway in Ghior upazila of Manikganj district on Sunday evening, UNB…
  • 2 AC technicians killed in Gazipur gas cylinder blast
  • Woman killed in Chandpur gas cylinder blast
  • Woman ‘commits suicide killing son, daughter’ in Jashore
  • Bangladesh
    Hasina-Modi ‘goodwill exchange’ likely in Delhi Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has planned to make a 12-hour stopover in New Delhi on June 8 on her way back home after wrapping up her tri-nation visit to Japan, Saudi Arabia and Finland, UNB reports. It is likely to have a "goodwill exchange" between Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina and her Indian…
    Public representatives must win people’s hearts: PM Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Monday urged the public representatives to work for the welfare of the people saying that victory in polls is not enough, rather they (public representatives) must win the hearts of the masses. “Being elected public representatives once means not an end of…
  • Arrest warrant issued against ex-OC over Nusrat murder
  • Dhaka to focus on Rohingya crisis, climate change in Berlin Conference
  • Politics
    BNP demands Khaleda’s release before Eid BNP on Monday urged the government to ensure the release of its ailing chairperson Khaleda Zia on bail from jail before the upcoming Eid-ul-Fitr. "Though Begum Zia has been staying in jail, she's still the most popular leader in the country. That's why Awami League is hatching a new plot…
    Post deprived DU BCL leaders continue demo A faction of Bangladesh Chhatra League (BCL) who did not get posts in the new central committee started an indefinite sit-in programme on the Dhaka University (DU) campus early Monday, demanding the expulsion of controversial individuals from the committee, UNB reports. The BCL faction started the demonstration…
  • Newly elected MCC mayor, councilors sworn in
  • Khaleda files writ against govt move
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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 canal known as Mahesh Khal flowing through the Halishahar area in Chattogram is nearly dead due to mindless filling. STAR MAIL PHOTO The canal known as Mahesh Khal flowing through the Halishahar area in Chattogram is nearly…
    As dusk falls on Saturday, fishermen make preparations with their boats and nets for collecting eggs in Halda River, the largest natural spawning
ground for carps. Inset, a fisherman shows some eggs collected from the river between 9pm Saturday and 9am yesterday. STAR MAIL PHOTO As dusk falls on Saturday, fishermen make preparations with their boats and nets for collecting…
    Fans try the jersey of Bangladesh team on a Gulistan street in the capital yesterday as
cricket fever started gripping the country ahead of the ICC Cricket World Cup which is
going to start in England on May 30. STAR MAIL PHOTO Fans try the jersey of Bangladesh team on a Gulistan street in the capital yesterday as cricket…
    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…
    Environment
    World's rivers 'awash with dangerous levels of antibiotics'

    World's rivers 'awash with dangerous levels of antibiotics'

    Hundreds of rivers around the world from the Thames to the Tigris are awash with dangerously high levels of antibiotics, the largest global study on the subject has found. Antibiotic pollution is one…
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    Poor diet may be at the root of over 80,000 cancer diagnoses in a given year, according…
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    Sonam Kapoor turns into a modern-day Queen
    Sonam Kapoor made an elegant appearance in a blue gown on Monday, as she fielded…
    Science & Tech
    SpaceX launches first satellites of its internet network
    SpaceX on Thursday launched a rocket containing the first 60 satellites of…
    Google confirms its app store will continue to work for current Huawei devices
    Alphabet’s Google has suspended business with Huawei that requires the…
    Nasa wants $1.6bn next year to get astronauts to moon by 2024
    Nasa needs an additional $1.6bn next year if they are to stand any chance of…
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