Wednesday 28 June 2017 ,
Wednesday 28 June 2017 ,
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  • Govt suspends 15% uniform VAT for two years
  • Militancy big barrier to development: PM
  • Ex-minister Morshed among 16 sued in graft case
  • Khaleda to take part in next general polls under Hasina-led govt: Tofail
  • No Hasina-led supportive govt: BNP
At a Glance
  • Dishonest traders responsible for rice price hike: PM
  • Govt suspends 15% uniform VAT for two years
  • Works of 10 economic zones to begin next year: PM
  • Concern policy followed in making 2 joint-production movies: PID
  • Mosharraf stresses LGRD ministry's role to implement vision-2021
  • Presidential poll a battle of ideologies, principles for Congress: Sonia Gandhi
  • Sri Lanka name interim head coach
  • 1993 Mumbai serial blasts convict Mustafa Dossa dies
  • Gas crisis in CNG stations temporary: Nasrul
  • Sabbir Rahman achieves career-best T20I ranking
  • Asian markets hit by fears over Trump economic agenda
  • Militancy big barrier to development: PM
  • Khaleda to take part in next general polls under Hasina-led govt: Tofail
  • Hasina led govt to play supportive role in next election: Quader
  • Cottage industries vital to taking country forward: Shahriar
  • DMP works for country: Asaduzzaman
  • Green investment rising on banks drive
  • Pace of sea level rise has nearly tripled since 1990: Scientists
  • Adnan Sami to make Bollywood acting debut
  • 2 siblings among 3 electrocuted in Ctg
  • No Hasina-led supportive govt: BNP
  • Cricket: Sri Lanka eye redemption against Zimbabwe
  • Dhamrai road crash leaves two dead
  • Holidaymakers enjoyed comfortable journeys: Home Minister
  • 3 killed in Sirajganj road crash
  • EC to hold next polls, reiterates Obaidul
  • Body of BGB man, missing in Teesta, recovered
  • Actor Nazmul Huda passes away
  • Allegation of domestic violence against cricketer Shahid
  • Offices resume after Eid holiday
  • CNG stations closed for 24 hours
  • CNG stations closed for 24 hours
  • 3 killed as bus overturns in Khagrachhari
  • 10 injured in Laxmipur over payment
  • Saudis stand tough as top Gulf diplomats in Washington for Qatar talks
  • LDP leader’s house vandalised in Laxmipur, 10 hurt
  • Facebook says it has hit two billion user mark
  • PM condoles death of musician Sudhin Das
  • ‘Dangal’ becomes first Indian movie to earn Rs 2000 crore at global Box-Office
  • Helicopter hurled grenades at Venezuela Supreme Court: Maduro
  • Nazrul exponent Sudhin Das passes away
  • Road crashes claim 46 lives in 6 days
  • No power price hike ‘from July’
  • World News
    Presidential poll a battle of ideologies, principles for Congress: Sonia Gandhi Congress president Sonia Gandhi on Wednesday described the presidential election…
    1993 Mumbai serial blasts convict Mustafa Dossa dies Mustafa Dossa, one of the convicts in the 1993 Mumbai serial blasts case, died on…
    Saudis stand tough as top Gulf diplomats in Washington for Qatar talks Three top Gulf diplomats were in Washington Tuesday as US Secretary of State Rex…
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    DMP works for country: Asaduzzaman Dhaka Metropolitan Police (DMP) commissioner Md Asaduzzaman Mia on Wednesday said his force works only for the country, not for any person. "Team…
    2 siblings among 3 electrocuted in Ctg Three people including two siblings died after being electrocuted while recovering a CNG-run auto-rickshaw from a ditch by the Chittagong-Cox's Bazar…
  • Dhamrai road crash leaves two dead
  • Two minors drown in Savar
  • BRTC double-decker bus catches fire in Savar
  • Bangladesh
    Militancy big barrier to development: PM  Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Wednesday said terrorism and militancy are big barriers to the country's development and security. She said this while responding to a tabled question from Golam Dastagir Gazi (Narayanganj-1) in Parliament during the PM's question-answer session. The Prime Minister…
    Body of BGB man, missing in Teesta, recovered   The body of a member of Border Guard Bangladesh (BGB) Sumon Hawladar, who had earlier gone missing in the Teesta River, were recovered from the river on Wednesday morning. Members of Indian Border Security Force (BSF) recovered the body from the Indian part of Teesta River, BGB sources said. BSF handed…
  • 3 killed as bus overturns in Khagrachhari
  • 3 killed in Sirajganj road crash
  • Politics
    Khaleda to take part in next general polls under Hasina-led govt: Tofail Commerce Minister Tofail Ahmed on Wednesday said BNP Chairperson Khaleda Zia will take part in the next general elections under the government led by Sheikh Hasina. "I can assure you that Khaleda Zia will take part in the next general election under the Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina-led government…
    Next polls to be held in constitutional process: AKM Mozammel Liberation War Affairs Minister AKM Mozammel Hoque on Tuesday said the next general elections would be held as per constitutional process under the current election commission.  "The elections would be held with participation of all parties," he said while exchanging…
  • BNP calls PM’s progress remarks 'hollow'
  • Army to work as per charter in next polls: Obaidul
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