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Minor boy brutally murdered in Sunamganj

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Staff Reporter :A five-year-old boy was brutally killed at Kejaura village in Derai upazila of Sunamganj district early Monday.Ears were ...

Trio of US economists win Nobel Prize

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AFP, Stockholm  :A trio of American economists on Monday won the Nobel Economics Prize for their work in the fight ...

Tk 9 lakh cr siphoned off: Menon

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UNB, Gazipur :Workers Party president Rashed Khan Menon on Monday said some Tk 9 lakh crores has been siphoned off ...

Suspended ACC Director Basir seeks HC bail

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Staff Reporter :Suspended Director of the Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) Khandaker Enamul Basir again filed bail petition with the High Court ...

BCL expels BUET unit's leader Amit

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Staff Reporter  :Amit Saha, one of the 19 suspects held over Abrar Fahad murder, has been expelled from his post ...

Syrian army heads north after Kurdish deal

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Syrian government forces have started to reach the north of the country, hours after the government agreed to help Kurdish ...

Too much show of power not honourable for law enforcers

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Bangladesh Nationalist Party (BNP) vice chairman retired major Hafiz Uddin Ahmed was arrested at Hazrat Shahjalal International Airport in the ...

Mehedi confesses to hitting Abrar first

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Staff Reporter :One of the key accused in Abrar murder case Mehedi Hasan Robein confessed to a magistrate on Monday ...

Directive given for quick disposal of Abrar murder case

By UNB, DHAKA

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Monday said she has directed the Law Minister to look for a way for the ...

7 lakh mobile users switched operators keeping same number

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Staff Reporter :Bangladesh Telecommunication Regulatory Commission (BTRC) has said a total of 6,90,550 mobile phone subscribers have successfully been able ...

BUET admission test held amid tight security

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Staff Reporter :The first-year Admission Test of Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology (BUET) for the academic session 2019-20 was ...

Japan searches for survivors as Typhoon Hagibis death toll hits 56

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JIJI Press :Tens of thousands of rescuers worked into the night Monday to find survivors of a powerful typhoon in ...

Two killed in BGB firing

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Staff Reporter :Two people were killed as Border Guard Bangladesh (BGB) troops opened fire after chaos erupted at a polling ...

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Tk 9 lakh cr siphoned off: Menon

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UNB, Gazipur :
Workers Party president Rashed Khan Menon on Monday said some Tk 9 lakh crores has been siphoned off abroad from the country.
"As far as I know, some Tk 9 lakh crore has so far been siphoned off and the previous Finance Minister also admitted that Tk 5.25 lakh crore has been taken out of the country with which a national budget can be formulated," he said.
Menon came up with the remarks while addressing Gazipur district unit council of Workers Party at Bangataj Auditorium in the city as the chief guest.
"The Prime Minister has become the role model of development, but only five percent people are the beneficiaries of development," said Menon.
"Those who run casino business are intruders into the party [alliance] and loan defaulters. They make huge money ...Read the full news

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'Best ever' Biles hails record 25 world medals


US gymnastics star Simone Biles won her fifth gold medal in the women's floor final Sunday to conclude her "best ever" world championships and take her career record to 25 medals.Biles, who won the beam title earlier in the day, also claimed an unrivalled 19th world gold following her previous ...

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President M Abdul Hamid witnessing the progress of different ongoing development projects in Itna Upazila of Kishoreganj on Monday.


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Any attempt to split China will be ‘crushed’, Xi warns during maiden visit to Nepal


PTI, Kathmandu :President Xi Jinping warned on Sunday that anyone attempting to "split" China will be "crushed" as he held wide-ranging talks with Nepal's top leadership and the two countries elevated their bilateral ties to strategic partnership and signed a slew of agreements, including a plan to build a trans-Himalayan ...

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Expand infrastructural facilities in the universities


WHEN most of the country's public universities are going through a crisis situation at that time fresh unrest that erupted among the female students of Chattogram University has drawn the attention of concerned circles. Newspaper reports said female students of CU padlocked the gate of Jananetri Sheikh Hasina Hall on ...

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Ankhi Alamgir: Uncontested singer on stage performance


Sheikh Arif Bulbon :Ankhi Alamgir is such a singer who always gets priority from the audience to perform on the stage shows. She has a capability to enthrall the audience by virtue of her outstanding performance. In fact, most of the senior and junior singers love her lot. Ankhi is ...

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Mouni Roy rubbishes rumours of dating a Dubai based banker


Mouni Roy has a made a smooth transition from television to films and is now promoting Made in China with Rajkummar Rao. But just like every actor has to face the brunt of controversies, one seems to have fallen right into Mouni's lap. She's been in the news for allegedly ...

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Income inequality is the main barrier


THE number of bank accounts having more than Tk 1 crore in deposit has increased almost three times along with a five times rise in the deposited money in those accounts over the last 10 years. Economists said that such rise in high net-worth population indicated that the rich are ...

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Medvedev thumps Zverev to win Shanghai Masters title


Daniil Medvedev won his fourth title of a spectacular year with a thumping 6-4, 6-1 victory over Alexander Zverev in the Shanghai Masters final on Sunday.Victory for the 23-year-old Russian, contesting a sixth final in a row, was more evidence that he is the prime contender to join the "Big ...

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Italy clinch place at Euro 2020 as Spain have to wait


Italy became the second team to qualify for Euro 2020 after a 2-0 win over Greece on Saturday, while three-time champions Spain edged closer to the finals despite conceding a stoppage-time equaliser away to Norway.Chelsea midfielder Jorginho dispatched a second-half penalty as Italy, wearing green kits for just the second ...

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Impeachment probe overshadows US 2020 Democratic race


Joe Biden faces scrutiny over Ukraine, Elizabeth Warren is surging and Bernie Sanders had a heart attack, but recent developments in the Democratic presidential battle are getting minimal attention, swamped by Washington's impeachment obsession.Most Democratic candidates are pounding the pavement in early voting states like Iowa, but they are finding ...

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Britain's PM Johnson pushes for last-ditch Brexit deal


Prime Minister Boris Johnson was to brief his ministers Sunday on progress in Britain's last-ditch efforts to strike a new Brexit agreement with the EU.Negotiators went behind closed doors for intensive talks in Brussels after Johnson outlined a new set of divorce terms to Irish Prime Minister Leo Varadkar on ...

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President asks govt officials to perform duties at designated places


President M Abdul Hamid on Sunday asked government officials to do their jobs properly staying at their assigned places to gear up the development of local areas as well as the whole country."Do your job properly staying at your respective assigned places. . . If you don't have such mentality ...

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Steps needed to keep prices stable in kitchen market


THE prices of vegetables, fish and meat went up in the city's kitchen markets over the week ending Friday. Traders said that prices of most of the vegetables increased as the supply of summer vegetables became near end and the winter vegetables started hitting the market. The prices of most ...

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Boxer Fury to make pro wrestling debut in Saudi Arabia


AFP, Las Vegas :A pair of pugilistic big men will clash in a cross over of combat sports as former boxing champion Tyson Fury fights Braun Strowman in Saudi Arabia later this month.Fury will make the brief switch to professional wrestling when he fights on a World Wrestling Entertainment Inc. ...

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US bolsters Saudi defense against Iran with jets, missiles


AP, Washington  : The U.S. is deploying dozens more fighter jets and additional air defenses to Saudi Arabia, beefing up efforts to defend the kingdom against Iran even as President Donald Trump repeatedly insists that America must get out of endless Middle East wars.Defense Secretary Mark Esper announced the deployments Friday ...

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  1. Too much show of power not honourable for law enforcers
  2. Mehedi confesses to hitting Abrar first
  3. Directive given for quick disposal of Abrar murder case

City »

  1. President M Abdul Hamid witnessing the progress of different ongoing development projects in Itna Upazila of Kishoreganj on Monday.
  2. Bangladesh marching ahead in parliamentary democracy : Speaker
  3. Muktijuddha Mancha formed a human chain in front of Raju Sculpture of Dhaka University on Monday to realize its various demands including withdrawal of decision to ban students' politics in BUET.

Editorial »

  1. Teachers' dependency on guidebooks and quality education
  2. Expand infrastructural facilities in the universities
  3. Real Dilemma

Entertainment »

  1. Ankhi Alamgir: Uncontested singer on stage performance
  2. Maanayata Dutt opens up about her movie Baba being screened at the Golden Globes
  3. Kareena shows off how to wear florals this autumn

Sports »

  1. Gauff salutes Federer's words of wisdom
  2. Brigid Kosgei wins the Women's Marathon in World record time in the Chicago Marathon on Sunday.
  3. Argentina hit Ecuador for six in friendly

Football »

  1. Poland, Russia reach Euro 2020 as Germany, Netherlands close in
  2. Bangladesh to play India today
  3. Koreas to face off in Pyongyang World Cup qualifier

Cricket »

  1. BCB's decision to include a leg-spinner in BPL teams elates Aminul
  2. Young pacer Sumon Khan makes his presence felt in NCL
  3. Ganguly poised to become cricket board chief

Chittagong »

  1. CCC Mayor along with Chairman , Co-Chairman of Franchaise Bangla Tigers and President of Chattogram Press Club were present at the logo unveiling ceremony at Chattogram Club Auditorium on Saturday.
  2. No torture cell exists on at CU : VC
  3. Fish price increases in Port City

National »

  1. Young girl raped by JL leader in Jashore
  2. 2,000 palm seeds sown in Rajshahi Barind
  3. Two receive bullet injuries during snatching in Bagerhat

Back Page »

  1. Russian President Vladimir Putin in Saudi Arabia
  2. A busy road in between Secretariat and the Jatiya Press Club is almost occupied by the outsiders and govt staff as car parking zone, despite Paribahan Pool is there, causing immense sufferings to commuters and pedestrians. This photo was taken on Monday.
  3. Cases must be settled by speedy trial tribunal

Business & Economy »

  1. Syed Mahbubur Rahman, Managing Director of Dhaka Bank Limited, Imran Karim, Vice-Chairman and Khalid Islam, Managing Director of Zodiac Power Chattogram Limited, Md. Ekhlasur Rahman, Executive Director of Bangladesh Infrastructure Finance Fund Limited, Md. Abdul Khaleque Khan, CEO of Bangladesh Commerce Bank Limited, Humaira Azam, Managing Director (CC) of Trust Bank Limited, along with other senior officials of the respective organizations, poses for photograph after signing a Preference Shares arrangement of Tk. up to 800 million with the power company held at a hotel in the city on Saturday. This is a 54.363 MW (net) HFO based Power Plant at Potiya, Chattogram.
  2. Walton gets best large scale industry entrepreneur
  3. Padma ranks 28th in remittance collection

International »

  1. Any attempt to split China will be ‘crushed’, Xi warns during maiden visit to Nepal
  2. Kurds announce deal with Damascus as Turkey pushes deep into Syria
  3. US presidential hopeful Sanders seeks to shrug off heart attack

Life »

  1. Mass Shootings, Guns and Suicide
  2. The Positives of Dyslexia
  3. Skills for future success in business

Literature »

  1. Cranberry Cocoa Muffin
  2. Coconut Cranberry Chocolate Fudge
  3. Rasgolla Milli Feuilly

Campus Life »

  1. IU admission tests schedule published
  2. AUW celebrates 'Int'l Day of Girl Child'
  3. Seminar on suicide at EWU

Feature »

  1. SUBSERVIENCE IS NOT FREEDOM

Law and Justice »

  1. Code of Civil Procedure
  2. Cyber Law in Bangladesh
  3. Staying Conviction during Pendency of an Appeal

Campus Cronical »

  1. The Pessimistic Mindset
  2. What Boosts Human Capital Development?
  3. Suspension, Discrimination, and Students with Disabilities

Art & Culture »

  1. Group exhibition ‘Ten Dimensions’
  2. To the Root of Art
  3. Puzzle of Myth

SKETCH »

  1. Month-long exhibition on Sheikh Hasina at Shilpakala Academy
  2. Rafiqul’s print exhibition Transformation at AFD
  3. 14th Nat’l Children Theatre and Cultural Festival

Weekend Plus »

  1. 6 beauty products every girl needs in her bag
  2. Cheese Pizza Recipe
  3. Teen suicide prevention: What you need to know

New Nation Supplement »

  1. Crown Prince Mohammad Bin Salman Bin Abdul Aziz Al Saud
  2. Saudi Arabia serves the Global Islamic Community
  3. Message of His Excellency Charged’ Affairs
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