Monday 24 September 2018 ,
Monday 24 September 2018 ,
Latest News
  • Alliance with corrupt people to fight against corruption, quips PM
  • BNP to hold rally in city Thursday for Khaleda’s release
  • Hearing on writ petition over Khaleda's better treatment Tuesday
  • Amit Shah's "termite" remark on immigrants unwanted, says Bangladesh
  • UN has 'no right to interfere' says Myanmar army chief
At a Glance
  • Indian Minister Suresh Prabhu arrives in Dhaka
  • CU teacher ends up in jail over ‘derogatory comment on PM’
  • 2 accused in Zia Charitable case to file no-confidence motion
  • Adil Rashid agrees new county cricket deal
  • Trump court nominee faces new sex allegation
  • ‘Hotchpotch’ unity not to survive: Quader
  • Rohingyas with disabilities suffering in camps: HRW
  • Alliance with corrupt people to fight against corruption, quips PM
  • Speech recognition is tech's next giant leap, says Google
  • BNP to hold rally in city Thursday
  • Sydney breaks ground on new airport
  • Rashid 'one of the best' but not unplayable: Mahmudullah
  • Hearing on writ petition over Khaleda's better treatment Tuesday
  • Salman Khan, Katrina Kaif head to Abu Dhabi to film Bharat
  • Amit Shah's "termite" remark on immigrants unwanted, says Bangladesh
  • UN has 'no right to interfere': Myanmar army chief
  • Modric threatens to end Ronaldo-Messi era
  • Kayes cashes in on surprise opportunity
  • Sri Lanka sacks Mathews as captain
  • 1 killed in city ‘gunfight’
  • 20 held with 1.28 lakh Yaba in Chattogram
  • Amit Shah's "termite" remark on immigrants unwanted, says Bangladesh
  • 'Father of fiber optics' dies at 84
  • Japanese Nippon to invest $59.19m in steel sector
  • Common painkiller 'increases risk of heart attack and stroke by 50%'
  • Singapore fines Grab, Uber US$9.5M
  • Trump's latest tariffs on China begin to bite
  • Nepal set to double tiger population under WWF global plan
  • Pique rescues point for 10-man Barca against Girona
  • Minority groups to hold grand rally in city Sept 28
  • PM reaches New York to join 73rd UNGA
  • Monalisa murder accused brought back from UAE
  • Women empowerment likely to open up $170b market: GSMA
  • India launches ‘Modicare’, world’s biggest health scheme
  • Economy performing well
  • Neymar gets PSG back on track
  • Ronaldo keeps Juventus perfect in Serie A
  • Chelsea stumble as West Ham battle to 0-0 draw
  • Mohakal to stage ‘Srabon Tragedy’ today
  • SM Solaiman Pronodona 2018
  • Graft galore in Mongla, Burimari land ports: TIB
  • Tardy construction bogs down Tk 2,282 crore project
  • Modi’s Teesta pledge on the verge of failure
  • Tigers beat Afghans in last ball finish
  • Parties gear up activities
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    CU teacher ends up in jail over ‘derogatory comment on PM’ Maidul Islam, an assistant professor of Chittagong University (CU), was sent to jail on Monday in a case filed over making 'derogatory remarks'…
    1 killed in city ‘gunfight’ A suspected drug trader was killed in a reported gunfight between his cohorts and members of the Rapid Action Battalion (RAB) at Beribadh in the…
  • 20 held with 1.28 lakh Yaba in Chattogram
  • Minority groups to hold grand rally in city Sept 28
  • Khat, new drug on the block
  • Bangladesh
    Indian Minister Suresh Prabhu arrives in Dhaka Indian Minister of Commerce, Industry and Civil Aviation Suresh Prabhu arrived in Dhaka on Monday evening on a five-day visit to Bangladesh to discuss trade and other bilateral issues. Commerce Minister Tofail Ahmed received the Indian Minister upon his arrival at Hazrat Shahjalal International Airport…
    Amit Shah's After BJP president Amit Shah described illegal immigrants as "termites" eating into the country's resources and said each one of them would be identified and thrown out, Bangladesh has reacted sharply. "Amit Shah has made an unwanted remark by describing Bangladeshis as termites.…
  • PM reaches New York to join 73rd UNGA
  • Monalisa murder accused brought back from UAE
  • Politics
    BNP to hold rally in city Thursday BNP on Monday announced to hold a public rally in the capital on Thursday to press its demands for releasing its Chairperson Khaleda Zia from jail and holding the next generation election under a non-party neutral administration. BNP Senior Joint Secretary General Ruhul Kabir Rizvy came up with the…
    Hearing on writ petition over Khaleda's better treatment Tuesday The High Court fixed Tuesday for hearing a writ petition seeking its directive on the authorities concerned for providing better treatment to BNP Chairperson Khaleda Zia in jail. A bench of Justice Sheikh Hasan Arif and Justice Ahmed Sohel passed the order, UNB reports. Earlier on September 9, the writ…
  • Parties gear up activities
  • Reform EC before nat’l polls: Dr. Kamal
  • Sports
    Adil Rashid agrees new county cricket deal England leg-spinner Adil Rashid has agreed a new one-year contract to play for Yorkshire in all formats of cricket, reports AFP. The 30-year-old…
  • Kayes cashes in on surprise opportunity
  • Sri Lanka sacks Mathews as captain
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    • Thailand : Participants compete during a dragon boat festival in Thailand's southern province of Narathiwat on September 21, 2018. AFP PHOTO
    • Vienna : Swans search for a food at one of Danube's river arms covered with water plants in Vienna, Austria, on September 12, 2018. AFP PHOTO
    • Germany : A bird picks seeds from a withered sunflower on September 11, 2018. AFP PHOTO
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    The photo taken yesterday shows a motorcyclists drive through a footpath and a vehicle also being parked on the same place violating traffic rule at
Karwanbazaar in the capital causing difficulties to the pedestrians movement. INDEPENDENT PHOTO The photo taken yesterday shows a motorcyclists drive through a footpath and a vehicle also…
    Leaders of different political parties raise their hands in unison at Mahanagar Natya Mancha in the capital yesterday as
they come under a single platform, Jatiya Oikya Prakriya, to push for their three-point charter of demands including
formation of a poll-time neutral government by September 30. INDEPENDENT PHOTO Leaders of different political parties raise their hands in unison at Mahanagar Natya Mancha…
    Despite being a law enforcer, a policeman travels on a motorbike as one of the two pillion riders and wears no helmet, breaking the law
on two counts as the law allows only one pillion rider on motorcycles and makes mandatory the wearing of helmets. This photo was
taken at Jatrabari in the capital yesterday. FOCUS BANGLA PHOTO Despite being a law enforcer, a policeman travels on a motorbike as one of the two pillion…
    The photo taken yesterday shows vendors illegally set up their makeshift shops occupying the footpath and a portion of a road at Gulistan in the
capital causing difficulties to the commuters. PHOTO: NABIULLA NABI The photo taken yesterday shows vendors illegally set up their makeshift shops occupying the…
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