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Kitchen markets yet to resume full-blown business after Eid

Kitchen markets yet to resume full-blown business after Eid

After the end of Eid-ul-Fitr, the capital’s kitchen markets are yet to get back to their normal rhythm. Prices of essentials have remained steady…

Tight security in place for Gazipur city polls

The Election Commission (EC) and the local administration have beefed up security measures in and around the Gazipur City Corporation (GCC) area for the civic poll scheduled to be held on June 26. A total of 16,000 members of the police, RAB, BGB, Ansar and different intelligence agencies have been…

Democracy in decline around world: Study

A third of the world's population resides in countries where democracy is in retreat, including India, Turkey, Brazil, Poland, Russia and the United States, researchers reported Thursday, reports AFP from Paris. "While most people in the world still live in democracies in 2017, democracy has…

US poor becoming more destitute under Trump, says UN

Americans born into poverty are more likely than ever before to stay that way, according to a United Nations report on poverty and inequality in the US, reports CNN from Atlanta. "The United States, one of the world's richest nations and the "land of opportunity," is fast becoming…

215 people die off Libya coast in two days

Over the course of two days, more than 200 people drowned after leaving Libya for Europe, according to a report from the United Nations, reports CNN from Tripoli. On Tuesday, 95 people died while traveling in a wooden boat carrying 100 passengers, the UN said. The boat was found near Libya's capital,…

No more Feb 15, Magura-like elections: PM

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina yesterday said neither Awami League nor her government wants the Magura or February 15, 1996-like elections in the country anymore, reports UNB. "We don't want to see Magura or February 15, 1996 type elections in which BNP rigged votes," she said. The Prime…

Dhaka gasps under heat, humidity

People continued to suffer in sweltering heat and searched for shade under trees in the capital as the mercury rose to 35.4 degrees Celsius yesterday. The highest temperature (37.2 C) was recorded in southwestern Jessore. The city streets were mostly without the usual cacophony as a large number of…
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