Tuesday 12 November 2019 ,
Tuesday 12 November 2019 ,
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  • Onion price under control, claims Industries Minister
  • HC forms committee to probe ‘negligence’ in controlling dengue
  • Govt to construct embankment along coast: Minister
  • Bulbul affected crops in 103 upazilas of 16 districts: Minister
  • Brahmanbaria train crash: 16 dead, over 100 injured
  • Brahmanbaria Train Crash: Turna Nishita's loco master, 2 others suspended
  • Make railway staff better prepared: PM
  • Nusrat Murder: 12 condemned convicts shifted to Cumilla jail
  • Extend all-out support to B'baria train crash victims: PM
At a Glance
  • Onion price under control, claims Industries Minister
  • 26 years of Baazigar: Fans hail Shah Rukh Khan for his death scene
  • Govt to construct embankment along coast: Minister
  • Modi leaves for Brazil to attend BRICS Summit in Brazil
  • Jr Kabaddi World Cup: Bangladesh emerge group champions
  • BNP slams govt for ‘failure’ to file case with UN court against Myanmar
  • Bangamata Volleyball: Bangladesh eliminated after 2nd defeat
  • Robin clinches silver medal in World Bodybuilding Champs
  • Week-long income tax fair begins Thursday
  • More leaders will quit BNP for its negative politics: Hasan Mahmud
  • ‘No mercy to those who make derogatory remarks on Bangabandhu,PM’
  • HC forms committee to probe ‘negligence’ in controlling dengue
  • Delhi finds its connectivity with Dhaka a ‘game-changer’
  • Bulbul affected crops in 103 upazilas of 16 districts: Minister
  • Mustafizur’s good show just around the corner: Domingo
  • Woman killed in city road crash
  • Workers to be sent to Malaysia at lowest cost: Minister
  • Turna Nishita's loco master, 2 others suspended
  • Forest dept starts assessing damages to Sundarbans
  • Nusrat Murder: 12 condemned convicts shifted to Cumilla jail
  • Make railway staff better prepared: PM
  • Gold stolen from Benapole customs house vault
  • Bolivia's Evo Morales accepts political asylum in Mexico
  • Extend all-out support to B'baria train crash victims: PM
  • Lata Mangeshkar hospitalised
  • ‘Vaseline Healing Project 2019’ inaugurated
  • ‘Avengers: Endgame’ named best movie
  • Barishal reels from power cut, water-logging
  • Bashar appreciates youngsters’ performance in T20I series
  • Bangladesh to fight Nepal in key match today
  • Stocks continue gaining streak
  • President, PM condole death in B’baria accident
  • 16 dead, over 100 injured in Brahmanbaria train crash
  • 25 killed as cyclone Bulbul ravages coastal districts
  • Joy member number one of Pirganj upazila AL committee
  • Special song ‘Kothao Keu Nei’ hits YouTube
  • Global warming blamed for frequent cyclones
  • World News
    Modi leaves for Brazil to attend BRICS Summit in Brazil
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    25 killed as cyclone Bulbul ravages coastal districts
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    Woman killed in city road crash A female employee of Quantum Foundation was killed as a bus ran her over in the city’s Shantinagar area on Tuesday. The deceased was identified…
    Gold stolen from Benapole customs house vault Unidentified miscreants have stolen 19.38 kg gold from Benapole customs house after breaking its vault. “When the office reopened after Eid-Miladunnabi…
  • Barishal reels from power cut, water-logging
  • Cyclone ‘Bulbul’ destroys 9,455 homesteads in Khulna
  • Drug trader held with 1,585 Yaba pills
  • Bangladesh
    Govt to construct embankment along coast: Minister State Minister for Disaster Management and Relief Dr Md Enamur Rahman on Tuesday said the government is planning to construct a mega embankment along the coast to protect people from natural calamities. "We’ve devised a plan to cover our 710-km coastal area with RCC mouldings. If we can do…
    HC forms committee to probe ‘negligence’ in controlling dengue
The High Court on Tuesday formed a committee to find whether there was any failure or negligence in controlling mosquito-borne diseases like dengue. The bench of Justice Tariq ul Hakim and Justice Md Iqbal Kabir Lytton passed the order and asked the committee to submit a report by January 15 next year.…
  • Delhi finds its connectivity with Dhaka a ‘game-changer’
  • Nusrat Murder: 12 condemned convicts shifted to Cumilla jail
  • Politics
    BNP slams govt for ‘failure’ to file case with UN court against Myanmar
BNP Secretary General Mirza Fakhrul Islam Alamgir on Tuesday questioned as to why the government has failed to file a case with the UN’s top court accusing Myanmar of committing genocide against Rohingyas as Gambia did it. “Our independence and sovereignty are at stake due to the government’s…
    More leaders will quit BNP for its negative politics: Hasan Mahmud
Information Minister Dr Hasan Mahmud on Tuesday said more senior leaders of BNP will quit their party as it has indulged in ‘negative and ill’ politics. “The politics of BNP is moving round the issues of caretaker government, election commission and Khaleda Zia’s and Tarique…
  • Joy member number one of Pirganj upazila AL committee
  • All corrupt will face the music: Quader
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    • India : Youth Sikh devotees demonstrate their 'Gatka' traditional martial art skills during a "Nagar Kirtan" (holy procession) on the eve of the 550th birth anniversary of Sikhism founder Sri Guru Nanak Dev, at the Golden Temple in Amritsar on November 11, 2019. AFP PHOTO
    • Germany : The sunset is pictured as steam rises from the chimneys of Niederaussen lignite-fired power plant in Roggendorf, western Germany on November 8, 2019. AFP PHOTO
    • Moscow : People fish in the fog on the Moskva river banks in the Kolomenskoye park in Moscow on November 9, 2019. AFP PHOTO
    • India : A man removes snow from the rooftop of a house boat in Dal lake during a first snowfall in Srinagar on November 7, 2019. AFP PHOTO
    • Veneto : Gondolas are pictured at the Riva degli Schiavoni waterfront, facing the island of San Giorgio Maggiore in Venice on November 4, 2019. AFP PHOTO
    • United Arab Emirates : Camels drink water in Ras al-Khaimah desert in the United Arab Emirates on October 31, 2019. AFP PHOTO
    • Israel : Great white pelicans are pictured at a reservoir in Mishmar HaSharon, north of the Israeli city of Tel Aviv, on October 31, 2019. AFP PHOTO
    • Prague : Rowers paddle over the Vltava river as swans are seen on the bank, on a foggy morning on October 31, 2019 in Prague. AFP PHOTO
    • Romania : TOPSHOT - Snow covered fir trees at Valea Rea (The Bad Valley) on Fagaras mountains near Nucsoara, central Romania on October 31, 2019. AFP PHOTO
    • Romania : Snow covered fir trees surround a cabin at Valea Rea (The Bad Valley) on Fagaras mountains near Nucsoara, central Romania on October 31, 2019. AFP PHOTO
    People try to remove trees uprooted on a road at Nazirpur
upazila of Pirojpur yesterday, a day after cyclone Bulbul
pounded the area along with other coastal districts. Inset, a
grounded tin-shed school structure in Chowhaddi area of
Madaripur. STAR MAIL PHOTOS People try to remove trees uprooted on a road at Nazirpur upazila of Pirojpur yesterday, a…
    Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina takes part in group photo session with guests after inaugurating “Dhaka Global Dialogue-2019” at Hotel InterContinental in the capital
yesterday. FOCUS BANGLA PHOTO Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina takes part in group photo session with guests after inaugurating…
    This photo taken yesterday shows a house damaged by cyclonic storm 'Bulbul' which lashed the country's coastal
districts early hours of Sunday. FOCUS BANGLA PHOTO This photo taken yesterday shows a house damaged by cyclonic storm 'Bulbul' which lashed the…
    A man rides a bicycle holding an umbrella to protect himself from rain due to the cyclone ‘Bulbul’. The photo was taken from Sadarghat area of
the capital yesterday. INDEPENDENT PHOTO A man rides a bicycle holding an umbrella to protect himself from rain due to the cyclone…
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    Global warming blamed for frequent cyclones

    Global warming blamed for frequent cyclones

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