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  • PM urges int'l community to ensure Rohingya children's rights
  • Govt wants free, fair, participatory national polls: PM
  • No need for life imprisonment for corrupted people: Mahathir
  • Bus services from Mohakhali terminal resumes
  • Myanmar military led systematic violence against Rohingya: US
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Israel to keep fighting Iran, coordinating with Russia JERUSALEM: Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu pledged yesterday to continue…
New Zealand PM makes history with baby at UN New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern, who gave birth while in office, has made…
No need for life imprisonment for corrupted people: Mahathir
Malaysian Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad said that corrupt people must be…
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Pressure on Myanmar keeps mounting
Metro
Bus services from Mohakhali terminal resumes Long-route bus services from Mohakhali terminal was resumed after five hours of suspension on Tuesday. Transport workers suspended the service around…
5 killed as truck rams into crowd in Chattogram Four auto-rickshaw drivers and a passenger were killed while two others injured as a speeding truck rammed a crowd at an auto-rickshaw stand in Thakurdighi…
  • Biman crewmember grounded for failing dope test
  • DU ‘Kha’ unit entry test results Tuesday
  • 2 girls ‘gang raped’ in Ctg; 6 held
  • Bangladesh
    Settle all international disputes Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has said world leaders must commit to settle all the international disputes and prevent conflicts to ensure global peace which is eluding, reports UNB. They also must fight emerging global challenges like terrorism through stopping the flow of financing to the terrorists,…
    Digital Security Act a tool ripe for abuse: HRW The Human Rights Watch (HRW) has said the Digital Security Act passed by parliament in Bangladesh last week, despite opposition from the country's journalists, 'strikes a blow to freedom of speech', reports UNB. The law, which replaces the much-criticised Information and Communication Technology…
  • Bangladesh has potential to achieve more: Bernicat
  • 14pc pass DU ‘Kha’ unit entry tests
  • Politics
    Hearing on Khaleda’s plea on treatment now Oct 2 The High Court on Tuesday differed till October 1 the hearing on a writ petition seeking its directive on the authorities concerned for providing better treatment to BNP Chairperson Khaleda Zia in jail.reports UNB. A bench of Justice Sheikh Hasan Arif and Justice Ahmed Sohel fixed the date. One behalf…
    AL finds nothing to worry about greater unity move The ruling Awami League (AL) is not worried about the process of forging greater national unity, led by the Gonoforum president, Dr Kamal Hossain, and the Bikalpadhara Bangladesh president, Prof. AQM Badruddoza Chowdhury. The AL’s top leaders think that Dr Hossain and Prof. Chowdhury’s efforts…
  • Killers, corrupts forge alliance, quips PM
  • 2 accused in Zia Charitable case to file no-confidence motion
  • Sports
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    Attorney General Mahbubey Alam has alleged that former Chief Justice Surendra Kumar Sinha has tarnished the image of the country's judiciary. Do you agree?
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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
    • Geese pass a World War Two monument in the village of Verasnitsa, some 260 km south of Minsk, on September 10, 2018. AFP PHOTO
    • Buenos Aires : A cormorant bites a boga fish at the Rio de la Plata river in Buenos Aires on September 10, 2018. AFP PHOTO
    • Kiev : A boy launches a paper plane from the top of a Soviet era monument for Ukraine and Russia union in Kiev on September 12, 2018. AFP PHOTO
    • The tall ship Southern Swan sails in Sydney Harbour in front of the Opera House with environmentalists on board yesterday. Activists in Australia lead a wave of global events to demand leadership on climate change from governments under the banner #RiseForClimate days before the Global Climate Action (GCAS) Summit in California. AFP PHOTO
    Despite a ban on their movement on highways, a locally-made motorised 3-wheeler and a power tiller, pulling a cart with people and a cow, ply the
Kanchan bridge in Rupganj of Narayanganj yesterday. PHOTO: NAZMUL ISLAM Despite a ban on their movement on highways, a locally-made motorised 3-wheeler and a power…
    A farmer at Puran Bagetta Char village in Keraniganj of Dhaka collects Shapla (water lily) from a river and stacks them on a rickshaw van to transport
those to a local kitchen market for sale yesterday. FOCUS BANGLA PHOTO A farmer at Puran Bagetta Char village in Keraniganj of Dhaka collects Shapla (water lily)…
    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…
    Entertainment, Art & Culture
    IGCC arranges musical evening at National Museum today
    Indira Gandhi Cultural Centre (IGCC) is organising a musical evening today at the Kabi Sufia Kamal Auditorium of National Museum in the capital. At the programme, Indian Sarod artiste Arnab Bhattacharya will perform accompanied by Nilimesh Chakraborty on tabla. Arnab…
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    Common painkiller 'increases risk of heart attack and stroke by 50%'
    A common painkiller prescribed to millions of people could increase the risk…
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    How to grow your hair faster Who doesn’t yearn for long lustrous hair? But…
    Milan Fashion Week regales in green-tinted luxury
    Milan Fashion Week kicks off on Wednesday with cutting-edge couturiers taking over…
    Science & Tech
    Speech recognition is tech's next giant leap, says Google
    AI robots and self-driving cars might steal the headlines, but the next big…
    'Father of fiber optics' dies at 84
    Charles Kao, a Nobel Prize winner dubbed the "father of fiber optics",…
    Japan space robots start asteroid survey
    A pair of robot rovers have landed on an asteroid and begun a survey, Japan's…
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