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  • UNHCR scales up aid delivery to Rohingyas in Bangladesh
  • Bangladesh won’t response to Myanmar’s provocation: Quader
  • Quake detected in N Korea, China says suspected explosion
  • New fires still torching Rohingya villages: Amnesty
  • Half of UN Security Council ask UN chief to publicly brief on Myanmar
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  • Bangladesh team facing injury problems in South Africa
  • Prime Minister ‘doing politics’ over Rohingya issue: BNP
  • Indian journalist, his mother found dead in Punjab
  • Lightning strikes kill 8 in 2 districts
  • Prime Minister rules out possibility of understanding with BNP
  • Rohingyas to have Teletalk booths, not SIM cards: Tarana
  • Magnitude quake detected near in N Korea nuclear test site
  • Petrol prices pumped up in Pyongyang
  • UNHCR scales up aid delivery to Rohingyas in Bangladesh
  • Bangladesh won’t response to Myanmar’s provocation: Quader
  • Removal of Hazaribagh tannery reduced 40 pc pollution of Buriganga: Anisul
  • North Korea 'more opaque' after YouTube propaganda ban: monitors
  • Iran tests new missile defying US warnings
  • Europe urged to reconsider pullout from 'Armageddon' asteroid mission
  • Breathing dirty air may lead to kidney failure
  • Paneer Hariyali Tikka Recipe
  • Banana Burfi Recipe
  • Winter cold extremes linked to high-altitude polar vortex weakening
  • Fires still torching Rohingya villages: Amnesty
  • Half of UN Security Council ask UN chief to publicly brief on Myanmar
  • 11 arrested in city for ‘terror financing’
  • Russia thinks Trump and Kim are like ‘children in a kindergarten’
  • Google looking to help news outlets win subscribers
  • 5 Bangladeshi girls return after serving jail in India
  • Shakib best ODI all-rounder, believes Nasser
  • BB trying to expand green finance in country
  • Oil meeting at OPEC as strategy bears fruit
  • Yadav hat-trick gives India big win
  • Difficult NAFTA 3rd round set to start in Canada
  • Zidane pleads for calm amid Real slump
  • Mercedes pumps 1b euros into US e-car plant
  • Hack of US regulator a blow to confidence in financial system
  • Bangladesh gains paperless trade capacity: Tofail
  • United front sparked fast start, says Mourinho
  • 2 killed in Thakurgaon road crash
  • Chanchal Khan’s ‘Maharaj’ to be released today
  • Horror film ‘It’ hits Star Cineplex, Blockbuster
  • Rituparna returns to Kolkata today
  • Rajkummar Rao’s ‘Newton’ selected as India’s official entry to Oscars
  • Rajkummar Rao’s ‘Newton’ selected as India’s official entry to Oscars
  • Painting show ‘Chronicle of Existence’ begins at AFD
  • Aranyak brings ‘The Jubilee Hotel’ on Shilpakala stage
  • Tamil actor Jai arrested for drunk driving
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    Indian journalist, his mother found dead in Punjab Senior journalist KJ Singh and his mother Gurcharan Kaur were found murdered at…
    North Korea 'more opaque' after YouTube propaganda ban: monitors North Korea has become "more opaque" to the outside world following a…
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    Lightning strikes kill 8 in 2 districts Eight people were killed and seven injured in three separate incidents of lightning strike in Dinajpur and Sunamganj districts on Saturday. The deceased…
    Hilsa hurrah in Barisal markets
  The Barisal wholesale hilsa market is flooded with huge quantities of hilsa, but much of the fish has come from the Bay. A shortage in the supply…
  • 5 of a family burned in city 'gas oven blast'
  • DU ‘Kha’ unit admission test held
  • ACC arrests ex-Krishi Bank official
  • Bangladesh
    Removal of Hazaribagh tannery reduced 40 pc pollution of Buriganga: Anisul Water Resources Minister Anisul Islam Mahmud said about 40 percent pollution of Buriganga River has reduced due to removal of leather industry from the city's Hazaribagh area. He said, "The shifting of Hazaribagh tannery has reduced 40 percent of pollution of Buriganga River. Now, we have to…
    11 arrested in city for ‘terror financing’ Members of Rapid Action Battalion (RAB) arrested 11 people from different areas of the capital on Friday. The identities of the arrestees could not be known immediately. Tipped of, a team of RAB conducted drives in different areas of the city and arrested them on charge of terror financing, said a SMS…
  • 5 Bangladeshi girls return after serving jail in India
  • 2 killed in Thakurgaon road crash
  • Politics
    Prime Minister ‘doing politics’ over Rohingya issue: BNP BNP on Saturday alleged that Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina is 'doing politics' over the Rohingya issue turning down their party's call for forging a national unity to face the crisis. "The Prime Minister described the country's most popular party, BNP, as a terrorist and militant…
    Prime Minister rules out possibility of understanding with BNP Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has ruled out possibility of any political understanding with BNP, saying that nobody should come up with such a proposal. "Those who are thinking about political understanding with the BNP should discard such thought," she told a press conference at Bangladesh's…
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  • Rice prices up as govt stock dwindles: BNP
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damages from the recent rains and waterlogging, many roads in the city now need urgent maintenance. INDEPENDENT PHOTOS From top left: These recently taken photos show broken and dilapidated roads cause sufferings…
    Politburo standing committee members of the Communist Party of China interact with journalists (not in picture) at the ‘Media Forum on Belt Road’ at the
Great Hall in Beijing on Thursday. INDEPENDENT PHOTO Politburo standing committee members of the Communist Party of China interact with journalists…
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sufferings to the residents of the area. INDEPENDENT PHOTO This photo taken yesterday at Malibagh Chowdhury Para in the capital shows a road lies in…
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