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Amit, Tanvir remanded again Toha sent to jail

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Staff Reporter :A Dhaka court on Thursday placed two accused of Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology (BUET) student Abrar ...

DSCC Councilor Sayed fired

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Staff Reporter  :AKM Mominul Huq Sayed, Councilor of Dhaka South City Corporation's (DSCC) Ward No. 9, has been removed from ...

Saudi bus accident kills 35 foreigners

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AFP, Riyadh :Thirty-five foreigners were killed and four others injured when a bus collided with another heavy vehicle near the ...

Erdogan 'throws Trump's Syria letter in bin'

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Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan put US President Donald Trump's letter "in the bin", the BBC has been told.In the ...

Tuhin's brutal killing by father unbelievable: Investigation by social bodies is urged

By Editorial Desk

The brutal murder of five-year-old Tuhin Miah by his uncle and cousin with his father's help for implicating the rivals ...

Cops-villagers clash over custodial death in Rangpur

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Staff Reporter :At least 30 people, including cops personnel, were reportedly injured in a long clash between law enforcers and ...

Oath taking is nothing unless VC and teachers accept responsibility

By Editorial Desk

With the murder of Abrar Fahad fresh in everyone's minds, agitating students of Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology took ...

Thousands of cars get stranded for hours on key roads in Dhaka city on Thursday, as the capital was blighted by severe traffic jam on the eve of weekend. This snap was taken at 12.30pm from Banani main road.

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BGB kill BSF man, wound another in Rajshahi, India says

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KOLKATA/DHAKA (Reuters) :Border Guard Bangladesh (BGB) shot and killed an Indian border guard and wounded another in Charghat Border in ...

Samrat taken to RAB office for interrogation

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Staff Reporter :The Rapid Action Battalion (RAB) will investigate two cases filed against expelled Jubo League leader Ismail Hossain Chowdhury ...

Injunction on realising Tk 12,580cr from GP

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Staff Reporter :The High Court on Thursday issued an ad-interim injunction for two months against the realisation of Tk 12,580 ...

Hilsa tastes sour to 3 cops!

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Staff Reporter :Three policemen were suspended on Thursday on charge of carrying huge quantities of hilsa fish defying a government ...

Administrators for GP, Robi on card

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Staff Reporter :The government on Thursday gave its nod to the telecom regulator's to appoint administrators for Grameenphone and Robi ...

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Campus terrorism must end

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Staff Reporter :
Hundreds of students of Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology (BUET) have taken a mass oath to uproot terror activities from the campus.
Amid the taking of the oath, the BUET students formally ended their demonstration. But they are committed to realise their 10-point demands for their safety. 
Rafia Rizwana, a second year student of Mechanical Engineering Department, conducted the oath taking ceremony at BUET Auditorium on Wednesday.
Before taking the oath, the teachers and students observed a one-minute silent remembering Abrar Fahad.
A representative of the protesters said they had received a notice from BUET about the suspension of the students accused of killing Abrar and also assurance from the authority of the university that they would be expelled if found guilty.
BUET Vice Chancellor Prof Dr Saiful Islam, Acting Director ...Read the full news

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Tackle urban poverty with well-designed safety nets


A WORLD Bank report stated that most of the urban poor are deprived of the government's social protection benefits. There is a large gap in allocation under social safety net, though the pace of poverty reduction has slowed and the ratio of extreme poverty edged up in urban areas after ...

Cricket »

Tamim Iqbal unlikely in T20 series in India


Bangladesh Opener Tamim Iqbal's return to International cricket is likely to be delayed as he suffered a muscle strain on the right side of the rib.The injury also forced him to sit out from the second round of the National Cricket League (NCL) in which his side Chattogram Division is ...

Entertainment »

Bindu Kona’s Krishna Leela


Sheikh Arif Bulbon :Among the present generation’s singers, Bindu Kona has been entertaining the hearts of many music-lovers by virtue of her melodious voice and stage performances. It is said that when Bindu Kona gets microphone on her hand on the stage, she becomes a different ‘Bindu Kona.’ While performing ...

International »

HK lawmakers dragged from chamber as leader heckled for second day


AFP, Hong Kong :Pro-democracy lawmakers were dragged out of Hong Kong's legislature by security guards on Thursday after they heckled the city's pro-Beijing leader for a second day running, the latest outburst of political rancour in the strife-torn city.Chief Executive Carrie Lam has faced an outpouring of anger from her ...

International »

Diplomatic stalemate fuels dangerous Saudi-Iran standoff


AFP, Abu Dhabi :The dangerous rivalry between Saudi Arabia and Iran, played out in proxy wars and mystery strikes, is destined to fester as long as neither reaches across the gulf that divides them, observers say.At the Beirut Institute Summit in the United Arab Emirates this week, heated sessions dominated ...

City »

Jatiyatabadi Chhatra Dal brought out a silent procession on Dhaka University campus on Thursday demanding trial of killers of Abrar Fahad and release of BNP Chief Begum Khaleda Zia.


Editorial »

Stringent measures needed to bring onion prices at tolerable level


THOUGH the prices of onion decreased slightly in the last week following adequate supply in markets, consistent open market sale (OMS) and monitoring by the government, it's again showing upward trend due to syndicated activities of some unscrupulous traders. The business syndicates defying government's monitoring allegedly playing tricks to make ...

Football »

FIFA president 'disappointed' by empty stands at Koreas qualifier


AFP, Seoul :FIFA president Gianni Infantino said he was "disappointed" after attending a historic but bizarre World Cup qualifier between North and South Korea that had empty stands and no live broadcast.The rare match in the North Korean capital ended 0-0 on Tuesday, with Infantino one of the few people ...

International »

Debating Democrats blast Trump, demand his impeachment


AFP, Westerville :Democratic White House hopeful united in searing condemnation of Donald Trump during their fourth debate Tuesday, saying the president has broken the law, abused his power, and deserves to be impeached.From the opening moments, most of the dozen candidates on stage launched fierce broadsides against Trump over the ...

Entertainment »

Crown of ‘Miss Universe Bangladesh 2019’ unveiled


Entertainment Report :A franchise of Miss Universe, ‘Miss Universe Bangladesh 2019 was unveiled its prestigious crown (Tiara) on Tuesday with the presence of top 10 contests of the beauty pageant. The event was held at the Amisheé Fine Jewelry flagship store in the capital’s Gulshan area. Two judges of this ...

International »

Qatar rules out possibility of war between US and Iran


AFP, Doha :Qatar's defence minister ruled out Wednesday the possibility of a war between the United States and Iran amid rising tensions in the Gulf following attacks on oil tankers.Doha is an ally of Washington, but also has good relations with Tehran that has helped it overcome a political and ...

Editorial »

Anti-Corruption Commission must prove its success by conviction


The Anti-Corruption Commission has initiated an investigation against 43 people involved in illegal casino businesses. A senior ACC official told the reporters that they had obtained evidence against these 43 people to be involved as bigwigs in illegal casino operations, who included ruling party stalwarts and former and serving government ...

City »

Newly formed Convening Committee of Bangladesh Ainjibi Forum placing floral wreaths on the Mazar of Shaheed President Ziaur Rahman in the city on Tuesday. Convener of the committee Advocate Khondkar Mahbub Hossian was present, among others, on the occasion.


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Ayhan equaliser forces France to wait for Euro 2020 spot


AFP, Paris :France drew 1-1 with Turkey in Euro 2020 qualifying on Monday in a match played against a backdrop of diplomatic and security tensions after Paris condemned Ankara for its military offensive against Kurdish forces in Syria.Substitute Olivier Giroud headed in from a corner to put France ahead on ...

Cricket »

ICC increases prize pot for Women's T20I World Cup by 320%


In a major boost to women's cricket, the ICC has decided to increase the prize money by 320% for the upcoming T20I World Cup which will be held in Australia.For the event in Australia next year the winners and runners up will now receive $1 million and $500,000 respectively; five ...

Front Page »

  1. Oath taking is nothing unless VC and teachers accept responsibility
  2. Thousands of cars get stranded for hours on key roads in Dhaka city on Thursday, as the capital was blighted by severe traffic jam on the eve of weekend. This snap was taken at 12.30pm from Banani main road.
  3. BGB kill BSF man, wound another in Rajshahi, India says

City »

  1. Newly appointed Japanese envoy to Bangladesh Naoki ITO presents credentials to President Abdul Hamid at Bangabhaban on Thursday.
  2. Distributors asked to remove DTH devices by Dec 15
  3. Dry weather likely

Editorial »

  1. Vulnerable stock market suffers from confidence crisis
  2. Tackle urban poverty with well-designed safety nets
  3. Minister's Criteria

Entertainment »

  1. Bindu Kona’s Krishna Leela
  2. What Radhika Apte has to say on prepping for any character
  3. Tahmina Mou’s 8 serials

Sports »

  1. Gold medallists, players of Spain, pose for photos during the awarding ceremony of the women's beach soccer at the 1st ANOC World Beach Games in Doha, capital of Qatar on Wednesday.
  2. Brooks Koepka of the United States, watches his shot on the 4th hole during the first round of the CJ Cup PGA golf tournament at Nine Bridges on Jeju Island, South Korea on Thursday.
  3. Nigeria need record victory to avoid African Nations humiliation

Football »

  1. President of FIFA Gianni Infantino speaking at a press conference at the Pan Pacific Sonargaon Hotel in the city on Thursday.
  2. S.Korean star says N.Korean players 'very aggressive' in historic clash
  3. UEFA asked to remove Turkey as Champions League final host

Cricket »

  1. PM Hasina invited for India-Bangladesh Test in Kolkata
  2. BPL T20 players draft on Nov 12
  3. Tamim Iqbal unlikely in T20 series in India

Chittagong »

  1. Six orgs fined with Tk 6.78 lakh
  2. Female students of the Sheikh Hasina Hall of Chattogram University (CU) confined the hall's provost and house tutors demanding immediate publication of seat allotment list recently.
  3. Barrister Biplob Barua, Special Assistant to Prime Minister inaugurating Prabartana Purnima, the second largest festival of the Buddhist Community by releasing candle-lit air balloons at Nandan Kanan Bouddha Bihar in Port City on Monday.

National »

  1. MOULVIBAZAR: A rally was brought out jointly by District Administration, Agriculture Extension and Food Department on the occasion of the World Food Day on Wednesday.
  2. SYLHET: District Administration, Agriculture Extension Department , Sylhet brought out a rally on the occasion of the World Food Day on Wednesday.
  3. BENAPOLE: BGB officials arranged a press conference on their achievement in last nine months on Tuesday.

Back Page »

  1. Police obstructed a procession of Non-Monthly Pay Order (MPO) teachers near the Kadam Fountain intersection in front of Jatiya Press Club before marching towards the Prime Minister's Office (PMO) on Thursday.
  2. FIFA to back BD's soccer dev efforts
  3. Foreigners in S Africa appeal to be relocated after attacks

Business & Economy »

  1. Mostafa Jalal Uddin Ahmed, AMD of South Bangla Agriculture and Commerce Bank Limited, inaugurating its Banking Booth at Shahid Faruque Road in city's Jatrabari area on Thursday. Md. Mamunur Rashid Molla, DMD, Tariqul Islam Chowdhury, Head of GSD of the bank and local elites were also present.
  2. The Metropolitan Christian Co-operative Housing Society Limited (MCCHSL), celebrated its 40th Founding Anniversary (Ruby Jubilee) at International Convention Center, Bashundhara in the city recently while Chairman of the Parliamentary Standing Committee of the Ministry of Women and Children Affairs Meher Afroz Chumki attended as chief guest. Augustine Purification, Chairman of the society, Bishop Theotonias Gomes, Curdinal Patric D' Rozario, Parliament Member of Vatican City, Advocate Gloria Jhorna Sarkar, MP and other leaders of the housing society secretary were also present.
  3. Md. Yousuf Ali Mridha, CEO of Protective Life Insurance Limited, handing over a cheque to Md. Ehsan Khasru, CEO of Padma Bank Limited at its head office in the city on Tuesday. Senior officials from both the sides were also present on the occasion.

International »

  1. HK lawmakers dragged from chamber as leader heckled for second day
  2. Brexit deal seen close as EU-UK talks go down to wire
  3. China 'leases' Pacific Island after Solomons cuts ties with Taiwan

Life »

  1. Danger of relying on intuition
  2. Abnormal Uterine Bleeding
  3. It's Not Easy Being Green

Literature »

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

Campus Life »

  1. BUP 2nd Nat'l Quiz Festival concludes
  2. Jagannath Hall tragedy observed
  3. World Food Day observed at CVASU

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 Science Film Festival 2019 kicks off
  2. Month-long exhibition on Sheikh Hasina at Shilpakala Academy
  3. Rafiqul’s print exhibition Transformation at AFD

Weekend Plus »

  1. These yoga poses are excellent for gut
  2. Blueberry Parfait
  3. Simple hacks to beautify bedroom space

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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