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2 madrasa girls raped by boatmen in Madaripur


Staff Reporter :Two madrasa girls were allegedly raped by two boatmen in a trawler in Arial Kha River near Panchkhola ...

Khaleda allowed bail in Cumilla murder case


Court Correspondent :The High Court Division of the Supreme Court on Tuesday extended for one year, its earlier order that ...

Pakistan to go to World Court


ISLAMABAD (Reuters) :Pakistan said on Tuesday it would take its dispute with India over Kashmir to the International Court of ...

Reduce tension over Kashmir


Dawn.com :United States President Donald Trump on Monday spoke with Prime Minister Imran Khan and Indian premier Narendra Modi, urging ...

Kashmir without democracy not acceptable: Amartya


NDTV, New Delhi :Nobel laureate Dr Amartya Sen today vehemently criticised the government's move on Kashmir, saying it not only ...

Islam is not a faint-hearted religion for killing unarmed innocent people

By Editorial Desk

Burials are taking place in the Afghan capital, Kabul after a bomb exploded at a wedding hall killing 63 people ...

Guidelines are welcome: FIR cannot override Constitution


Rigid position on anticipatory bail taken earlier by the Appellate Division of the Supreme Court has been liberalised by laying ...

HC orders govt to inform it about anti- dengue prog


Staff Reporter :The High Court (HC) on Tuesday asked the government to inform the court whether it has any round-the-year ...

Sharing water of 54 common rivers discussed


Diplomatic Correspondent :Visiting Indian External Affairs Minister Dr S Jaishankar on Tuesday said Bangladesh and India are working to find ...

Guarantee our safety, rights first, say Rohingyas


Cox's Bazar Correspondent :Rohingya refugees interviewed by representatives from the offices of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) ...

Dengue still haunting lives


Noman Mosharef :Dhaka city corporations have launched their all-out efforts to destroy Aedes mosquitoes and their breeding grounds. The Dhaka ...

Modi invites Hasina to visit India

By BSS, Dhaka

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi has formally invited his Bangladesh counterpart Sheikh Hasina for a bilateral official visit to India ...

Why Minni should not get bail


Staff Reporter :The High Court (HC) on Tuesday issued a rule upon the government to explain in one week as ...


Dengue still haunting lives


Noman Mosharef :
Dhaka city corporations have launched their all-out efforts to destroy Aedes mosquitoes and their breeding grounds.
The Dhaka North City Corporation (DNCC) on Tuesday launched a 20-day 'combing operation'.
Renowned educationalist Prof Abdullah Abu Sayeed inaugurated the drive at Dr Fazle Rabbi Park in the city's Gulshan area in the morning, along with Mayor and top officials of the DNCC.
After launching of the drive, DNCC Mayor Md Atiqul Islam said owners will be fined if Aedes larvae are is found in any houses under his city corporation after 20 days.
The DNCC mayor said their inspection teams will visit houses in each area during the combing operation and if they find Aedes larvae are found in any of the houses, they will hang a notice, which reads 'Aedes larvae ...Read the full news

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DCCs' dengue drama

AS Bangladesh, especially the capital is reeling under massive dengue outbreak, mobile courts run by Dhaka's two city corporations are penalising the residents keeping public places and government establishments hosting aedes mosquito breeding grounds out of purview.Dengue has already claimed at least 113 lives and at least 55,000 dengue patients ...

Cricket »

'Frightening' Archer won't let-up against Australia, says Stokes

England's Ben Stokes has told Australia to expect more bouncers from Jofra Archer in the remainder of the Ashes."It's part of the game and a big part of Jofra's game, being aggressive, not letting batsmen settle," said Stokes.World Cup-winning fast bowler Archer produced a hostile and compelling display on debut ...

International »

US tests first ground-launched cruise missile after INF Treaty exit

Reuters, Washington :The Pentagon said on Monday it tested a conventionally configured ground-launched cruise missile with a range of more than 500 km (310 miles), the first such test since the United States pulled out of the Intermediate-range Nuclear Forces Treaty (INF).The United States formally withdrew from the landmark 1987 ...

International »

Johnson tells EU he wants Brexit deal but without backstop

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson wrote Monday to EU President Donald Tusk reaffirming his desire to conclude a Brexit deal as well as his opposition to the controversial "backstop" on Ireland.The so-called backstop is a mechanism that would keep the UK in EU customs arrangements to prevent a hard border ...

Business & Economy »

Md. Arfan Ali, Managing Director of Bank Asia Limited, inaugurating its Reporting Hub to ensure automated reporting of foreign trade related transactions for secured customer service at Tejgaon Link Road branch of the bank in the city on Tuesday. Mohammad Borhanuddin, Md. Sazzad Hossain, DMDs and Md. Zia Arfin, Head of International Division of the bank were also present.

Entertainment »

Divya Dutta opens up about her struggle in Bollywood!

Over the years, Divya Dutta has firmly established herself as one of the most talent actors in the Industry who can pull off almost any role. Over her career spanning 25 years, she has played many memorable roles and has won many awards including the coveted National Award.  Hailing from ...

Football »

In 1 game, Bale shows he can still contribute at Real Madrid

AP, Madrid :Just like that, Gareth Bale is part of the solution for Real Madrid again.After only one game back as a starter, the player who wasn't wanted by coach Zinedine Zidane a few weeks ago showed he can still contribute to the team.Zidane started Bale in the team's Spanish ...

International »

Sudanese army and civilians seal interim power-sharing deal

Reuters, Khartoum :Sudan's main opposition coalition and the ruling military council on Saturday signed a final power-sharing deal that paves the way for a transitional government, and eventually elections, following the overthrow of long-time leader Omar al-Bashir.Tens of thousands of people of all ages took to the streets of the ...

Entertainment »

Bindu Kona’s Eid celebration

Sheikh Arif Bulbon :Bindu Kona is a popular singer of present time. Eid celebration of the singers is really exceptional to them specially for whom who has to be engaged with stage shows round the year. Bindu Kona has to engage with stage shows round the year in and outside ...

Football »

Bayern Munich target Coutinho arrives for medical ahead of loan move

Philippe Coutinho has arrived at Bayern Munich to complete his medical as he edges closer to sealing his loan move from Barcelona.The Brazilian midfielder has agreed to join the Bundesliga champions on a season-long loan deal - with Bayern having the option to make the deal permanent at the end ...

Editorial »

Find out a sustainable solution to protect leather market

ALTHOUGH tanners were supposed to start buying rawhide at the government-fixed rates, merchants refused to sell, demanding the payment of a "considerable" portion of their arrears. It comes after seasonal traders, farmers and madrasas across the country threw away thousands of pieces of rawhide of sacrificial animals, approximately Tk 100 ...

International »

British MPs press Johnson to recall parliament over Brexit

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson came under pressure Sunday to immediately recall lawmakers from their summer holiday so parliament can debate Brexit.More than 100 MPs have written to Johnson to urge him to reconvene and let them sit permanently until October 31 - the date Britain is due to leave ...

City »

Aporajeyo Bangladesh, a social organisation, formed a human chain in front of the Jatiya Press Club yesterday demanding punishment to the persons responsible for low-price of hide and skins.

Editorial »

Jugglery of growth figures failed to create jobs

BANGLADESH'S economic growth though mesmerising, it has been proved over the past decade that jobs could not be created proportionately for the youths keeping adjustment with the growth. Besides, female participation in the labour force shrank in the last nine years, especially in rural areas. As a result employment elasticity, ...

Cricket »

Mashrafe seeks two months to ponder about his retirement

The Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) has shelved the idea of arranging a one-off ODI against Zimbabwe to give Mashrafe Bin Mortaza a grand farewell after the ODI captain asked the board to give him two months to think about his future.The decision to cancel the plan came after BCB president ...

Front Page »

  1. Guidelines are welcome: FIR cannot override Constitution
  2. HC orders govt to inform it about anti- dengue prog
  3. Sharing water of 54 common rivers discussed

City »

  1. File photo of victims of August 21 grenade attack tragedy.
  2. Aug 21 grenade attack case paper book getting prepared
  3. Light to moderate rain likely

Editorial »

  1. Rohingya repatriation shouldn't be delayed
  2. DCCs' dengue drama
  3. Co-operative Farming

Entertainment »

  1. Gwyneth Paltrow's MCU memory is vague indeed
  2. It was an honour to work with Mohnish Bahl again: Gurdeep Kohli
  3. Divya Dutta opens up about her struggle in Bollywood!

Sports »

  1. Murray falls to Sandgren as singles comeback continues
  2. Jahurul eyes Test return after six years hiatus
  3. Serena to return to Auckland for Aussie Open warm-up

Football »

  1. Abahani face April 4.25 SC in AFC Cup play-off semi-tie today
  2. Barcelona forward Dembele out 5 weeks with thigh injury
  3. Solskjaer refuses to blame Pogba after penalty miss

Cricket »

  1. Sreesanth's life ban reduced to seven years, eligible to play in September 2020
  2. Farhad Reza pleads for chance to show his mettle
  3. 'Frightening' Archer won't let-up against Australia, says Stokes

Chittagong »

  1. Illegal parking and occupation of footpath have narrowed the main road at New Market point . This snap was taken yesterday.
  2. First flight of pilgrims returns from Hajj at Chattogram
  3. 12 employees of CDA reinstated with HC orders

National »

  1. Primary edn hampered in Sylhet Division
  2. PATUAKHALI: Piling of garbage are seen infront of staff quarter of Kalapara Land Office. This snap was taken on Monday.
  3. Rapist held in Sylhet

Back Page »

  1. A large number of people had to wait in queue at pathology labs of Suhrawardy Medical College Hospital in the capital on Tuesday to collect NS1 test reports of their relatives.
  2. Shipments of footwear, leather goods advance
  3. FR Tower land owner Faruque gets bail

Business & Economy »

  1. Nur Mohammed, EC Chairman of Jamuna Bank Limited, presiding over its 531st meeting at the banks head office in the city recently. Kanutosh Majumdar, Director and Shafiqul Alam, CEO of the bank were also present.
  2. Professor Dr. Md. Salim Uddin, EC Chairman of Islami Bank Bangladesh Limited, addressing a seminar on "Combating Corruption in Bangladesh" in South Asian Federation of Accountants (SAFA) conference held in Sri Lanka recently. He attended the meeting as the Vice-President of The Institute of Chartered Accountants of Bangladesh (ICAB). Huge number of Certified Accountants from South Asian countries including Bangladesh and other experts participated in the conference.
  3. Asian markets mostly rise on optimism for trade, stimulus

International »

  1. Go to Israel, see ‘cruel reality of occupation’: US lawmaker
  2. US tests first ground-launched cruise missile after INF Treaty exit
  3. 'Save our oceans,' Oscar winner Bardem tells UN

Life »

  1. Illiteracy and emotional intelligence
  2. Digital Overuse
  3. Workshop on Research Methodology at IU

Literature »

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

Campus Life »

  1. Int'l seminar on 'Mechatronics and Industry' at DU
  2. DIU holds Dengue awareness rally in city
  3. Dr Ismail new Pro VC of NSU

Feature »


Law and Justice »

  1. Code of Civil Procedure
  2. Only Cheated Person Can Set the Law in Motion
  3. Code of Civil Procedure

Campus Cronical »

  1. Debate In British Parliament
  2. Learning English At Home
  3. Billionaires In Elite Schools

Art & Culture »

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


  1. Berlinale Talents: Application Panel Bangladesh
  2. ‘France, Natural and Eternal: A Photographer’s Journey’
  3. Hira Sobhan’s solo miniature exhibition at Alliance Francaise

Weekend Plus »

  1. Dengue: A fatal disease
  2. Recipes for Eid-ul-Azha
  3. Recipes for Eid-ul-Azha

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