Thursday 19 September 2019 ,
Thursday 19 September 2019 ,
Latest News
  • US to continue support for Bangladesh in tackling money laundering: Miller
  • Canadian PM apologises for 2001 'brownface' photo
  • Biman flight makes emergency landing at Dhaka airport
  • 3 ‘criminals’ killed in Cox’s Bazar ‘gunfight’
  • BNP wants to complete reorganisation by Nov
  • 491 new dengue patients hospitalised in 24 hrs: DGHS
At a Glance
  • Pompeo favours 'peaceful resolution' to crisis after Saudi attack
  • All casinos to be shut down: DMP chief
  • ‘Rupali Guitar’ unveiled in Chattogram
  • IIFA Awards 2019: Alia Bhatt Wins Best Actress, Ranveer Singh Takes Best Actor Prize
  • Iranian FM warns US or Saudi attack would trigger 'all-out war'
  • BNP leader Dudu sued for threatening PM
  • Tigers looking for consistency to clinch tri-series T20 trophy
  • Mahmudullah sees X-factor in Aminul
  • PSG thrash Real in Champions League opener as Man City cruise
  • Zidane found wanting as Madrid are ran ragged in Paris
  • Demand for BSMRSTU VC’s resignation getting louder
  • 3 cases filed against Jubo League leader Khalid
  • Action if involvement of admin found in casino business: Minister
  • Rohingyas a big burden for Bangladesh: PM
  • No bar to continuing journo Shimul murder case proceedings
  • Dudu booked for giving life threat to PM
  • Mother, 2 daughters hacked to death in N'ganj
  • US to continue support to tackle money laundering: Miller
  • Canadian PM apologises for 2001 'brownface' photo
  • Biman flight makes emergency landing at Dhaka airport
  • India bans e-cigarettes
  • BNP wants to complete reorganisation by Nov
  • ‘Rupali Guitar’ unveiled in Chattogram
  • Airin’s new film hits Kolkata tomorrow
  • 3 ‘criminals’ killed in Cox’s Bazar ‘gunfight’
  • T20I at Sagorika stadium after five-year hiatus
  • Bangladesh protest exclusion of shooting from CWG 2022
  • DSE, CSE close in red again
  • Airbus ups estimate of 20-year demand for new planes
  • Idris appointed as DMD of RAKUB
  • Meghna Group chairman awarded CIP status
  • World News
    Pompeo favours 'peaceful resolution' to crisis after Saudi attack US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo Thursday said he preferred a "peaceful resolution"…
    Iranian FM warns US or Saudi attack would trigger 'all-out war' Iran's foreign minister has said a military strike on Iran would trigger "all-out…
    Canadian PM apologises for 2001 'brownface' photo Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau wore "brownface" at a private school…
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    Metro
    ‘Rupali Guitar’ unveiled in Chattogram The Chattogram City Corporation (CCC) on Wednesday opened the sculpture of a ‘Rupali Guitar’ in memory of legendary guitarist and singer Ayub…
    3 ‘criminals’ killed in Cox’s Bazar ‘gunfight’ Three suspected criminals, including two Rohingyas, were killed in a reported gunfight with police at Baharchhara in Teknaf upazila early Thursday. The…
  • DU students attacked during anti-corruption demo
  • Court accepts chargesheet in Rifat murder
  • 2 motorcyclists killed in Patuakhali road crash
  • Bangladesh
    No bar to continuing journo Shimul murder case proceedings  The Appellate Division on Thursday cleared the way for continuing the trial proceedings of Sirajganj journalist Abdul Hakim Shimul murder case. The High Court Division had previously passed an order to stay the trial proceedings of the case. Chamber Judge Justice Hasan Foez Siddique passed the order…
    Mother, 2 daughters hacked to death in N'ganj A woman and her two daughters were hacked to death by miscreants at Siaikhoa in Siddhirganj upazila of Narayanganj on Thursday morning. The deceased were identified as Nasrin, 28, wife of Sumon Mia; and their daughters - Nusrat, 6, and Khadiza, 2. Azizul Haque, inspector (investigation) of Siddhirganj…
  • US to continue support to tackle money laundering: Miller
  • Biman flight makes emergency landing at Dhaka airport
  • Politics
    BNP leader Dudu sued for threatening PM A case was filed on Thursday against BNP Vice-Chairman Shamsuzzaman Dudu on charge of issuing death threat Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina. Nurul Alam, president of Bangladesh Chhatra League (BCL) Rangunia Upazila unit, filed the case against Dudu with the court of Chattogram Judicial Magistrate Joyonti…
    BNP wants to complete reorganisation by Nov The BNP plans to complete reorganisation at the grassroots level by November and hold its national council sometime in December or January, according to party sources. The BNP has concentrated on reorganising the party at all levels after faring poorly in the December 30 parliamentary elections. The…
  • Juba League leader Khalid held, 142 land in jail
  • Dudu booked for giving life threat to PM
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    • Netherlands : Members of the Cavalry honorary escort practice on the beach for Prinsjesdag, on September 16, 2019 in Scheveningen. AFP PHOTO
    • Veneto : A gondola sails at sunset on the Gran Canal in front of the Palazzo Ducale - Doge's Palace on September 14, 2019 in Venice. AFP PHOTO
    • Romania : People gather to enjoy the annual Autumn fair which takes place on the Christian The Day of the Cross in Tandarei city, southern Romania on September 14, 2019. AFP PHOTO
    • A handout artist's impression released on Wednesday shows, sfor the first time, water has been discovered in the atmosphere of a exoplanet with Earth-like temperatures that could support life. AFP PHOTO
    • Moscow : Five-star Radisson Collection Hotel (L) on the bank of Moskva River, formerly known as Hotel Ukraine and one of the city's seven 1950's Stalin skyscrapers, is illuminated as the sun sets in western Moscow on September 11, 2019. AFP PHOTO
    • Istanbul : A couple sit on the terrase of a cafe in Istanbul as seagulls fly over them on September 10, 2019. AFP PHOTO
    • UNITED STATES : Dogs run through the water at Cowabunga Beach during the Bow Wow Beach Doggie Day at Water World on September 7, 2019 in Federal Heights, Colorado. Michael Ciaglo. AFP PHOTO
    • Indonesia : Fishermen clean their net on a beach at sunset in Banda Aceh on September 3, 2019. AFP PHOTO
    • Indonesia : Fishermen push their boat onto the shore upon returning from the sea as the sun sets in Banda Aceh on September 3, 2019. AFP PHOTO
    • France : A picture taken on September 1, 2019, shows the Mont-Saint-Michel at dusk in Normandy, northwestern France. AFP PHOTO
    Shayan F Rahman, director of Beximco Group, receives JCI award from Parliament Speaker Shirin Sharmin Chaudhury at a hotel in the
capital yesterday. INDEPENDENT PHOTO Shayan F Rahman, director of Beximco Group, receives JCI award from Parliament Speaker Shirin…
    Despite a busy road, two motorbikes are seen moving in opposite direction at Hatirjheel in the capital yesterday. PHOTO: NABIULLA NABI Despite a busy road, two motorbikes are seen moving in opposite direction at Hatirjheel in…
    Titas gas authorities disconnect an illegal gas line in front of the Shipla Garments Factory in KDS gate area in
Gazipur yesterday. INDEPENDENT PHOTO Titas gas authorities disconnect an illegal gas line in front of the Shipla Garments Factory…
    This photo shows a girl plucking water lilies, also a favourite vegetable of rural people, in a water body of
Gaibandha yesterday. FOCUS BANGLA PHOTO This photo shows a girl plucking water lilies, also a favourite vegetable of rural people,…
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    No kangaroo in Bangabandhu Safari Park anymore

    No kangaroo in Bangabandhu Safari Park anymore

    All the kangaroos imported from South Africa for the Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujib Safari Park have died in the last six years. Sources said three kangaroos—one male and two females—were imported…
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    Facebook penalizes Netanyahu page over poll post
    Facebook has penalized a chatbot on the page of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin…
    Enthusiasm over Uber service fading fast amid growing complaints
    Uber, the world’s largest on-demand ride-sharing company, launched its…
    Apple's new offerings: Cheaper iPhone, streaming TV
    Apple is dangling deals for its new phones and TV streaming service as it seeks…
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