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  • Ecnec clears 10 projects involving Tk 6,967 cr
  • Detergent, antibiotics found in Pran, Milk Vita, Aarong Milk
  • Rohingya Repatriation: Beijing’s support sought to convince Myanmar
  • RMG workers’ wage payment system to go digital
  • West Indies batting legend Brian Lara admitted to Mumbai hospital
  • World Cup: It’ll be tough but possible, Shakib on India clash
  • World Cup: England bowl against Australia
At a Glance
  • Ecnec clears 10 projects involving Tk 6,967 cr
  • It’ll be tough but possible, Shakib on India clash
  • Lara admitted to Mumbai hospital
  • Bangladesh sweat over Mahmudullah fitness
  • England bowl against Australia
  • Detergent, antibiotics found in Pran, Milk Vita, Aarong Milk
  • Beijing’s support sought to convince Myanmar
  • RMG workers’ wage payment system to go digital
  • Heatwave likely in Europe, Paris could be hotter than Delhi
  • Writ seeks end to unnecessary C-sections
  • Tiger Shroff and Disha Patani's relationship ends: Report
  • UN fears Myanmar human rights abuses in internet shutdown
  • Russian, North American astronauts return to earth
  • Van Gaal blames Messi for Barcelona's Champions League failures
  • 'Tree Man' Abul Bajandar wants hands amputated to relieve pain
  • US hits Iran's supreme leader Khamenei with sanctions
  • Bill Gates reveals the biggest mistake of his career
  • 3 ‘human traffickers’ killed in Cox’s Bazar ‘gunfight’ with cops
  • 10 years on, the story of Michael Jackson's final day
  • Pilot killed after two Eurofighter jets collide in mid-air and crash in Germany
  • Andre Russell ruled out of World Cup
  • Andrew Kishore to perform in three cities of Australia
  • Importers remain dissatisfied even after NBR relaxes AT payment
  • Digital shipment platform launched
  • Bangladesh is on right track to attract FDI: Speakers
  • Arthur claims Pakistan's defeat against India left him wanting to 'commit suicide'
  • Pran, City Group MDs get bail
  • Prepared well, but never felt I have a point to prove: Shakib
  • A day of records for Shakib
  • No one can destroy AL, says Hasina
  • 68pc FDI growth in Bangladesh: UNCTAD
  • Faulty line or misaligned wheel or overcrowding likely cause
  • Vietnamese play ‘Kim Tu’ to be staged today
  • Tigers boost semis hopes
  • World News
    UN fears Myanmar human rights abuses in internet shutdown An internet blackout in parts of Myanmar could be cover for "gross human rights…
    US hits Iran's supreme leader Khamenei with sanctions The United States imposed sanctions Monday against Iran's supreme leader Ayatollah…
    Pilot killed after two Eurofighter jets collide in mid-air and crash in Germany A pilot has been killed after two Eurofighter warplanes collided in mid-air and…
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    BSTI to end LoC project halfway
    Metro
    3 ‘human traffickers’ killed in Cox’s Bazar ‘gunfight’ with cops Three alleged human traffickers were killed in a reported gunfight with police in Teknaf upazila early Tuesday. The deceased were identified as Kurban…
    Provide division to ex-OC Moazzem: Court A Dhaka court on Monday asked the authorities concerned to provide division to Moazzem Hossain, former officer-in-charge of Sonagazi Police Station in…
  • Vehicular movement resumes on Dhaka –Sylhet highway
  • Train accident: British HC in touch with local authorities
  • BTV to air programmes in India soon: Hasan
  • Bangladesh
    Writ seeks end to unnecessary C-sections A writ petition was filed with the High Court on Tuesday seeking its directives to prevent unnecessary caesarean sections in the country. Supreme Court lawyer Barrister Syed Sayedul Haque Suman filed the petition. The HC bench of Justice FRM Nazmul Ahasan and Justice KM Kamrul Kader is likely to hear…
    'Tree Man' Abul Bajandar wants hands amputated to relieve pain Abul Bajandar, known as the "Tree Man" because of bark-like growths on his body said Monday (June 24) he wanted his hands amputated to relieve him of unbearable pain. Abul Bajandar has had 25 operations since 2016 to remove growths from his hands and feet caused by a rare syndrome. Doctors…
  • Faulty line or misaligned wheel or overcrowding likely cause
  • Pran, City Group MDs get bail
  • Politics
    20-party to stage progs seeking Khaleda’s release The BNP-led 20-party alliance has decided to stage different action programmes at different metropolitan cities, including Dhaka, in July demanding the release of BNP chairperson Khaleda Zia. The decision was taken at a meeting of the alliance at BNP chairperson's Gulshan office on Monday night,…
    BNP candidate Siraj wins Bogura-6 by polls  BNP nominee Golam Mohammad Siraj won the by-polls to Bogura-6 constituency, according to unofficial results. He bagged 89,742 votes while his nearest contestant Awami League nominee T Zaman Niketa got 32,297 votes. Jatiya Party candidate Nurul Islam Omar secured 7271 votes. Returning Officer Mahbub…
  • BNP expels a dozen JCD protesters
  • Jubo League leader hacked to death in Shariatpur
  • Sports
    Lara admitted to Mumbai hospital West Indies batting legend Brian Lara was admitted to a hospital in Mumbai Tuesday after complaining of chest pain, Indian media reports and…
  • Van Gaal blames Messi for Barcelona's Champions League failures
  • Andre Russell ruled out of World Cup
  • Today's Print Edition
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    • Germany : Picture taken on May 30, 2008 shows two Eurofighter jets of the German Air Force taking off from the air base in Rostock-Laage, northeastern Germany. AFP PHOTO
    • Brazil : A dragonfly is seen near Pituacu stadium in Salvador, Bahia, Brazil on June 22, 2019. AFP PHOTO
    • Labourers are seen in a dockyard beside the Buriganga River in Dhaka on Sunday. Twenty-eight dockyards occupying 30.96 acres of the Buriganga foreshore have been in operation for the last 50 years without any authorisation or guidelines, polluting the river and encroaching into the riverbank, reducing its navigability. AFP PHOTO
    • Bangladesh ace all-rounder Shakib Al Hasan (R) celebrates with teammate Mushfiqur Rahim (C) after the dismissal of Afghanistan's Najibullah Zadran (L) during their World Cup group stage match at the Rose Bowl in Southampton, southern England, yesterday. AFP PHOTO
    • Nord, France : A bee forages a heuchera on June 21, 2019 in Godewaesvelde, north of France. AFP PHOTO
    • Germany : A ladybird rests on a daisy flower on June 13, 2019 in Munich, southern Germany. AFP PHOTO
    • Greece : June's full moon, known as the Strawberry Moon, rises above the Apollo Temple in ancient Corinth, on June 17, 2019. AFP PHOTO
    • Veneto : People take part in the annual Vogalonga rowing regatta on the Venice lagoon, on June 9, 2019. AFP PHOTO
    • DEUTSCHLAND : A man paddles with his board on the lake Starnberger See near Seeshaupt, southern Germany, as the sun sets after a day with temperatures reaching 28 degrees on June 7, 2019. AFP PHOTO
    • Pakistan : A Kalash woman wearing a traditional dress takes a selfie with her friends during a break as they celebrate 'Joshi', a festival to welcome the arrival of spring, at Bumburate village in the mountainous valleys in northern Pakistan on May 16, 2019. AFP PHOTO
    This recent photo shows a dilapidated iron bridge over Hurmuibunia canal at Choilabunia village in Mirzaganj upazila of Patuakhaali. The bridge has
been left unrepaired for a long time, causing untold sufferings to hundreds of people. INDEPENDENT PHOTO This recent photo shows a dilapidated iron bridge over Hurmuibunia canal at Choilabunia village…
    Salman F Rahman, private industry and investment adviser to the prime minister, attends a media briefing organised
by Bangladesh Investment Development Authority at a hotel in the capital yesterday. INDEPENDENT PHOTO Salman F Rahman, private industry and investment adviser to the prime minister, attends a…
    Local people join hands with firefighters in rescue operation as the intercity train Upaban Express goes off the rails on a rickety bridge and falls into a
ditch at Kulaura in Moulvibazar in the wee hours of Sunday, killing at least six passengers.  BANGLA PHOTO Local people join hands with firefighters in rescue operation as the intercity train Upaban…
    Executive Editor of The Independent Shamim Abdullah Zahedy, Chief News Editor of
Independent TV Asish Saikat, New Media Head of Independent TV Golam Kibria, Special
Affairs Editor of Independent TV Zahid Hossain and Robin Ahsan, brainchild of ‘Liberation
War Mobile Book Fair’, stand before a vehicle with the books after inaugurating the fair in
front of the Beximco Media Complex in the capital yesterday. INDEPENDENT PHOTO Executive Editor of The Independent Shamim Abdullah Zahedy, Chief News Editor of Independent…
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    Environment
    Heatwave likely in Europe, Paris could be hotter than Delhi

    Heatwave likely in Europe, Paris could be hotter than Delhi

    A European vacation to escape from the scorching heat of the Indian summer? Think again. Several fancied tourist destinations in the continent could see temperature records being shattered as a severe…
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    Antibiotic-resistant superbugs can be transmitted to humans via plant foods
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    Cosmetics can prove hazardous for kids
    Though cosmetic products might improve our daily appearance but do you know that…
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    Science & Tech
    Russian, North American astronauts return to earth
    The first crew to blast off to the International Space Station following a…
    Mars colonisation possible through sperm bank in space, study suggests
    All-female astronaut crews could reproduce in space without the help of accompanying…
    Nasa rover on Mars detects puff of gas that hints at possibility of life
    Mars, it appears, is belching a large amount of a gas that could be a sign…
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