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  • Govt looking into legal options to let Khaleda go abroad: Law Minister
  • Metro rail witnesses 72.99 pc overall progress
  • Prolonged stay of Rohingyas in Bangladesh is security threat to the region:FM
  • Export of plastic products witnesses nearly 30pc rise
  • UK tightens travel testing rules amid omicron concerns
  • Shakib’s inner child comes out on rain-soaked day
  • Maitree Week highlighting Indo-Bangla friendship observed in Dhaka
  • HC issues rule on compensation over student’s death in Ctg drain
  • Dengue in Bangladesh: 68 more hospitalized in 24 hrs
  • Road safety: Students takes out symbolic ‘coffin procession’ at Shahbagh
  • 20 receive ‘IVD Bangladesh Volunteer Award 2021’
  • Meeting on community paramedics held
  • Bangladesh’s Covid-19 death toll tops 28,000
  • Millions to hit streets if Khaleda Zia not sent abroad, warns BNP
  • US mandatory for all incoming passengers to carry COVID-19 test report
  • Bongo Studios hosts copyright webinar for content creator partners
  • Meghmati Village Resort: Mesmerizing combination of rural, urban essences
  • Indian Army kills 13 civilians in botched anti-insurgency operation
  • NASA awards $415 mn to fund three commercial space stations
  • Bay depression triggers drizzle in parts of Bangladesh; helps improve Dhaka’s air quality
  • Ocean health needs proper regional, global attention: Bangladesh
  • Xiaomi launches first ‘Make in Bangladesh’ Redmi 9A smartphone
  • Use resources for development, not arms: PM to world community
  • No Covid lockdown right now in Bangladesh: Health Minister
  • Quader will hold meeting with DSCC, DNCC mayors
  • PBI arrests 2 for killing housemaid in Niketon
  • Students in all metropolitan cities to enjoy half fare: Bus owners
  • India declare on 276-7, set New Zealand 540 to win second Test
  • 'Metaverse' hype fuels booming digital property market
  • Bangabandhu believed in peace, dialogue, social harmony: Saima
  • Focus on quality products to boost exports: Hasina
  • Dhaka Test: Play of day two delayed by rain
  • Wijnaldum rescues PSG after Lens leave Messi in a daze
  • Global Covid cases near 265 million
  • Portland beat Real Salt Lake 2-0 to reach MLS Cup final
  • Benitez the fall guy for Everton's long malaise
  • World's oldest Test cricketer Eileen Ash dies at 110
  • White House confirms plans of holding video call between Biden and Putin on December 7
  • Indonesia volcano death toll rises to 13
  • Cyclone Jawad: Over 100 tourists stranded on St Martin's
  • More omicron detected as hospitals strain under delta surge in USA
  • Decision on Domingo's future as Bangladesh coach in January: BCB
  • Murder-suicide attempt: Gazipur woman kills daughters, tries to kill herself
  • World News
    Indian Army kills 13 civilians in botched anti-insurgency operation Thirteen civilians and a soldier were killed in the northeastern state of Nagaland…
    Global Covid cases near 265 million The overall number of Covid cases is fast approaching 265 million amid the emergence…
    White House confirms plans of holding video call between Biden and Putin on December 7 The White House has confirmed the plans of holding a secure video call between U.S.…
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    Bangabandhu believed in peace, dialogue, social harmony: Saima
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    Metro rail witnesses 72.99 pc overall progress The overall progress of construction work of 21.26-kiolomtere-long elevated metro rail service from Uttara to Motijheel-Kamalapur Railway stands at 72.99…
    20 receive ‘IVD Bangladesh Volunteer Award 2021’ To mark International Volunteer Day (IVD) 2021, the Ministry of Local Government, Rural Development and Co-operatives, UNV Bangladesh, UNFPA, VSO, and…
  • Students in all metropolitan cities to enjoy half fare: Bus owners
  • Murder-suicide attempt: Gazipur woman kills daughters, tries to kill herself
  • Bangladesh needs a transparent, fair energy policy: Experts
  • Bangladesh
    Maitree Week highlighting Indo-Bangla friendship observed in Dhaka A “Maitree Week” focusing on the friendship between Bangladesh and India concluded here on Sunday. The week-long programme was organised in the run-up to the “Maitree Dibash” the two friendly neighbours will celebrate on Monday to mark New Delhi’s prompt diplomatic recognition…
    HC issues rule on compensation over student’s death in Ctg drain The High Court on Sunday issued a rule questioning why authorities concerned will not give compensation of Tk 10 crore to the family of university student Shehrin Mahbub Sadia who died after falling into a drain in Chattogram city. The court also directed the Chattogram District Commissioner to submit…
  • Dengue in Bangladesh: 68 more hospitalized in 24 hrs
  • Road safety: Students takes out symbolic ‘coffin procession’ at Shahbagh
  • Politics
    Quader will hold meeting with DSCC, DNCC mayors Awami League General Secretary Obaidul Quader  will hold a view exchange meeting with DSCC and DNCC mayors, councillors and  Dhaka north and south city units Awami League leaders tomorrow.    The meeting will be held at the AL central office located at Bangabandhu Avenue at…
    Bring down fuel prices in line with global market fall: GM Quader  Jatiya Party Chairman on Saturday urged the government to lower the fuel prices as oil prices fell in the global market. “Fuel prices have been hiked with an excuse of growing oil prices in the international market,” he said. The Jatiya Party chief said the unnecessary hike in oil…
  • A political party is instigating students’ demo: Quader
  • BNP to launch oust-govt movement seeking Khaleda’s treatment abroad
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yesterday, leaving hundreds of transport workers out of works. PHOTO: SUMANTA CHAKRABORTY The government’s countrywide closure forces these trucks, pickups to lie idle at Tejgaon Truck…
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