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  • 6 gunned down in Khagrachhari
  • Woman held from Dhanmondi for ‘spreading rumours’
  • 30-km tailback on Dhaka-Chattogram highway
  • Student movement: Families demand release of arrested children
  • RMG workers block Dhaka-Mymensingh highway
  • Dozens shot dead in Indonesia crackdown ahead of Asian Games
At a Glance
  • Consumers’ body ask for lowering mobile call rate
  • RAB to provide Eid holidaymakers with traffic update
  • Former UN chief Kofi Annan dies
  • Police Academy in Rajshahi catches fire
  • Pereira earns first Brazil call
  • Sea turns red with blood after whale hunt in Faroe Islands
  • Bomb that killed 40 children in Yemen supplied by US
  • 'I've never been so happy with Pogba': Mourinho
  • 24,000 Rohingyas murdered in Rakhine since August last: Study
  • BCB eyeing county cricket gigs for senior players
  • Mbappe set for first PSG appearance after World Cup
  • Schoolboy stabbed dead in Chattogram
  • More than 320 dead in India flood crisis
  • Jamshed banned for 10 years over spot-fixing
  • Man City's De Bruyne out for 3 months
  • Imran Khan sworn in as Pakistan PM
  • 6 gunned down in Khagrachhari
  • 3 ‘robbers’ held in Chuadanga
  • 5 skeletons stolen from graveyard in Sirajganj
  • 5-km tailback on Dhaka-Ctg highway
  • Star Cineplex releases two American films
  • Aupee with first ever group dance performance
  • Shoes of road accident victims exhibited
  • Char people expect better profit rearing sacrificial animals
  • Asian markets rise on US-China trade talks
  • The world’s first floating farm making waves
  • Ferry disruptions, gridlocks cause immense suffering
  • Cattle markets draw crowd
  • Magazine show ‘Panchforon’ on second day of Eid
  • Acceptance of certificate lies with employers, says UGC
  • Commercial LNG supply to begin today
  • PMO directives on road safety
  • Fewer buyers in kitchen markets but prices of essentials high
  • ‘Turkey will respond if US imposes more sanctions’
  • World News
    Bomb that killed 40 children in Yemen supplied by US Munitions experts have confirmed that a bomb used by Saudi Arabia in last week's…
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    Imran Khan elected 22nd Prime Minister of Pakistan PTI Chief Imran Khan has been elected the 22nd prime minister of Pakistan. Khan…
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    Metro
    Police Academy in Rajshahi catches fire A fire that broke at Bangladesh Police Academy at Sarda in Charghat upazila burned down valuables, including some academic certificates of cadets, on…
    Schoolboy stabbed dead in Chattogram  A schoolboy was stabbed to death allegedly by a shop staff in Agrabad Shishu Park area of the city on Friday night.   The deceased was identified…
  • 5 skeletons stolen from graveyard in Sirajganj
  • Woman commits suicide after ‘stabbing husband’ in city
  • Faria remanded in rumour case
  • Bangladesh
    3 ‘robbers’ held in Chuadanga Detectives arrested three suspected members of an inter-district robber gang from Haidarpur village in Sadar upazila on Friday evening.   The arrestees are—Amjad Biswas, 40, hailing from Mohammadpur upazila, Sujon Mitra, 36, and Durjoy Biswas, hailing from Sripur upazila in Magura district.…
    Commercial LNG supply to begin today Commercial supply of liquefied natural gas (LNG) will begin today (Saturday), as the new gridline has got the standard pressure to feed gas to the distribution company. The Karnaphuli Gas Distribution Company Limited (KGDCL), the Chattogram-based gas distribution company, will receive gas to meet the…
  • Dr Kamal wants arrested students to be released before Eid
  • Acceptance of certificate lies with employers, says UGC
  • Politics
    Speech of Fakhrul is tantamount to treason: Quader Awami League(AL) General Secretary and Road Transport and Bridges Minister Obaidul Quader on Friday said call of BNP Secretary General Mirza Fakhrul Islam Alamgir to make the country independent is tantamount to treason. BNP is conspiring to create unstable situation through irresponsible speeches,…
    BNP hits back at PM for her Khaleda remark BNP on Friday termed ‘absurd and imprudent’ Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina’s comment involving its chairperson Khaleda Zia in the August-15 carnage conspiracy. “Our self-declared Prime Minister used to see the ghost of Zia family and BNP everywhere. Otherwise, how could you involve…
  • Khaleda also involved in Aug 15 carnage plot: PM
  • EC rules out further dialogue with parties before next polls
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    • France : Volunteers release flamingos chicks after ringing them at the salt marsh of Aigues Mortes, southern France, on August 8, 2018. AFP PHOTO
    • France : This aerial view shows the shores of the bassin d'Arcachon (Arcachon Bay) with Arguin Sandbank (C) and Dune of Pilat (R) on August 4, 2018. AFP PHOTO
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    • India : A male pheasant-tailed jacana protects its eggs at the Mangalajodi eco-tourism centre in Chilika lake, some 67km from Bhubaneswar in the eastern Indian state of Odisha, on July 20, 2018. AFP PHOTO
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    • United States : An oystercatcher hunts for food along the beach of Sandy Hook near Middletown on July 12, 2018 . AFP PHOTO
    Homebound passengers jostle for boarding a train at Kamalapur Railway Station in the capital yesterday as they are desperate to go
homes to enjoy Eid-ul Azha that falls on August 22. INDEPENDENT PHOTO Homebound passengers jostle for boarding a train at Kamalapur Railway Station in the capital…
    As the Eid-ul-Azha closes in, cattle markets in the capital witness increasing number of sacrificial animals. This photo taken yesterday shows
sacrificial animals at Sayeednagar cattle market. PHOTO: NAZMUL ISLAM As the Eid-ul-Azha closes in, cattle markets in the capital witness increasing number of sacrificial…
    Road Transport and Bridges Minister Obaidul Quader talks to a homebound passenger while visiting Mahakhali Bus
Terminal in the capital yesterday. INDEPENDENT PHOTO Road Transport and Bridges Minister Obaidul Quader talks to a homebound passenger while visiting…
    Excavation of canals on both sides of the 300-foot road goes on in full swing. This photo was taken yesterday from Dumni area of the capital shows
the progress of the work. PHOTO: NAZMUL ISLAM Excavation of canals on both sides of the 300-foot road goes on in full swing. This photo…
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    Sea turns red with blood after whale hunt in Faroe Islands

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