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Saikat killed Rumpa to end love drama


Staff Reporter :Abdur Rahman Saikat who was picked up by members of Detective Branch (DB)  Police, confessed to the law ...

Charge sheet yet to be submitted even after 6 yrs


Syed Shemul Parvez  :Though six years have already passed of the city's Gopibagh six murders, the police are yet to ...

Delhi's Anaj Mandi, gutted: 43 killed


India Today, New Delhi :A massive fire broke out early morning in Delhi's Anaj Mandi area on Sunday in which ...

SA Games: Bangladesh women cricketers clinch gold with narrow win over Sri Lanka


Bangladesh women’s team have clinched a gold after a nail-biting 2-run win against the Sri Lanka under 23 women's team ...

Brazil top court ruling changed mandatory imprisonment


Thousands could potentially benefit, including former President Lula, after the Brazilian Supreme Court ends mandatory imprisonment rule.Brazil's Supreme Court last ...

3 members of a family found dead in Barishal


Staff Reporter  :Police have recovered the bodies of three members of a family from Saliyabakpur under Banaripara upazila of Barishal ...

Bank's money is not private money for personal generosity

By Editorial Desk

In our country the banks feel free to donate big amount of money. More often than not donations are made ...

Justice loses its character if it becomes revenge: Indian Chief Justice


IANS, Jodhpur  :Chief Justice of India Sharad Arvind Bobde said on Saturday that justice can never become instant, and it ...

Bangladesh capture more golds


Sports Reporter :Bangladesh captured six gold medals in the different events of Archery Competition of the 13th South Asian Games ...

Rare genocide hearings at The Hague from tomorrow


News Desk  :The International Court of Justice (ICJ) will start its three-day hearing on the Rohingya genocide case against the ...

Democrats huddle to draft impeachment charges against Trump


Reuters :Democrats in the US House of Representatives met on Saturday to prepare for what could be the final week ...

Rohingya man killed in C'Bazar 'gunfight'

By bdnews24.com

A Rohingya man has been killed in an alleged gunfight over 'territorial dominance' between rival factions at a refugee camp ...

Jute mill workers threaten to go on hunger strike


Staff Reporter :Thousands of workers of the nine state-owned jute mills in Khulna-Jashore industrial belt began demonstration on Sunday as ...


Bangladesh capture more golds


Sports Reporter :
Bangladesh captured six gold medals in the different events of Archery Competition of the 13th South Asian Games (SAG) at Pokhara Stadium in Nepal on Sunday.
Ruman Sana, Tanjamul Islam and Hakim Ahmed of Bangladesh beat Kavisha Delpatadu, Sajeeb De Silva, Kumar Herath of Sri Lanka in the final of the men's recurve team event to clinch gold medal.
Earlier, Bangladesh defeated Nepal 6-0 in the semi-final.
It was the eighth gold medal for Bangladesh in the SAG 2019.
Eti Khatun, Mehnaz Akter Monira, Beauty Roy of Bangladesh overcame Thisari Madushika Silva, Rehana Tayabally, Malsha Dilhani of Sri Lanka in the final of the  women's recurve team event to bag gold medal. It was ninth gold for Bangladesh.
Ruman Sana and Eti Khatun of Bangladesh eased past Sonam Dema and Kinley Tshering of ...Read the full news

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Editorial »

Rape and killing have become easy: Reason best known to police

SEVERAL hundred students of Stamford University Bangladesh continued demonstrations for the second consecutive day on Saturday at Siddheshwari and Dhanmondi in Dhaka demanding justice for the alleged murder of their fellow Rubaiyat Sharmin Rumpa on Wednesday.The protesters said they would go for tougher agitation movement if the government fails to ...

Cricket »

Tigresses clinch gold in SA Games Women's T20 cricket

BSS, Pokhara :Bangladesh women's cricket team won gold in the 13th South Asian Games Women's T20 cricket beating Sri Lanka by two runs in the nail-biting final held on Sunday at Pokhara in Nepal.It was first gold for the Tigresses in their maiden appearance in the South Asian Games.Chasing a ...

Sports »

Winning gold boost up confidence level: Ruman Sana

BSS, Pokhara :Country's famed archer Ruman Sana thinks that winning gold medal will boost up the confidence level to achieve more gold.He was speaking to the press on Sunday at Pokhara Stadium after archery started the day with gold medal. Bangladesh has won six gold out of six gold medals ...

International »

Trump tells Jewish-Americans he is Israel's best friend

AFP, Hollywood :US President Donald Trump aimed to make inroads Saturday in the politically important Jewish-American vote with a Florida speech where he declared himself the best friend Israel has ever had.At a conference in Hollywood, Florida, the Republican real estate magnate said Jewish-Americans had been wrong to vote for ...

International »

Indian border officials on look out for fugitive cosmic guru

AFP, New Delhi :Indian border officials and embassies have issued an alert for a fugitive guru accused of rape, the government said, days after the holy man announced the creation of his own "cosmic" country.Swami Nithyananda-one of many self-styled Indian "godmen" with thousands of followers and a chequered past-is wanted ...

Entertainment »

Apurba-Mamo’s Ghore Bairey to end in January

Entertainment Report :As a pair, Ziaul Faruk Apurba and Zakia Bari Mamo presented many viewers’ choice popular plays. Their acted plays got popularity among the viewers. Their outstanding performances in plays like Nil Projapoti, Couple, Haatey Rekhe Haat, Shesh Porjonto, Prem Tumi, Bus Stop, Bini Sutor Taan, Kancher Putul, Bhalobashar ...

Front Page »

Discontent grows over power tariff hike move

Staff Reporter :Different civic bodies and socio-political organizations on Saturday launched a signature campaign in the city and elsewhere across the country, protesting the government's move to increase power tariff.They are collecting signatures from the public against the move. And the campaign will also be held in different parts of ...

Editorial »

Make RAJUK accountable for faulty buildings

IT is really disappointing that RAJDHANI Unnayan Kartripakkha (RAJUK) has been going scot-free for decades despite recurrence of fire in skyscrapers and faulty design. RAJUK and the Ministry concerned cannot shirk their responsibilities for repeated incidents of tragic deaths and loss of properties in fire and building collapse. The Ministry ...

Entertainment »

Deepika shares her experience on battling clinical depression

Deepika Padukone is one of the most loved actresses in Bollywood. The Piku actor has a commendable career trajectory with several critically acclaimed roles to her credit. She has come really far in her Bollywood journey and is considered amongst the top actresses in the industry.Despite the success, it hasn't ...

Football »

Mourinho sleeps at training ground to conquer anger after United loss

Jose Mourinho said he reacted to Tottenham's midweek defeat at Manchester United by sleeping at the club's training ground.Mourinho's 100 percent record since taking over at Spurs came to an end in a 2-1 loss against his former club at Old Trafford.However, he said he refused to wallow in pity ...

Cricket »

Kohli an animated character, a great batsman: Pollard

India captain Virat Kohli bettered his personal best in the shortest format of the game to lead his team to a memorable six-wicket win over the West Indies in the first T20I of the series.After the visitors posted an imposing 207/5, Kohli's unbeaten 94 off 50 balls (4x6, 6x6) helped ...

International »

US has 'other tools' if Iran's bad actions go on: US envoy

AP, United Nations :U.S. Ambassador Kelly Craft warned Iran on Friday that the Trump administration will keep up its maximum pressure campaign and use "other tools" if Tehran continues its "malicious behavior."Craft also told her first press conference since arriving at the United Nations in September that all 15 members ...

International »

Lebanon's journalists suffer abuse, threats covering unrest

AP, Beirut  :Lebanese journalists are facing threats and wide-ranging harassment in their work - including verbal insults and physical attacks, even death threats - while reporting on nearly 50 days of anti-government protests, despite Lebanon's reputation as a haven for free speech in a troubled region.Nationwide demonstrations erupted on Oct. ...

City »

BNP Secretary General Mirza Fakhrul Islam Alamgir announced 5-day programmes of the Victory Day and demanded release of BNP Chief Begum Khaleda Zia at a prèss conference at the party central office in the city's Naya Palton on Saturday.

Editorial »

Ensure nat’l interest in providing transhipment to India

INDIA is set to start in January the trial run for transporting goods between its northeastern states and other parts using Bangladesh's Chattogram and Mongla ports. The details of the charges and other fees, to be received by Bangladesh, would be finalised before the first trial run. The Indian side ...

Anniversary Issue-2019 »

  1. Bangladesh: The State-Language and the State
  2. Captive politics is not student politics
  3. Glimpses of Cultural heritage in Bangladesh

Front Page »

  1. Bank's money is not private money for personal generosity
  2. Justice loses its character if it becomes revenge: Indian Chief Justice
  3. Bangladesh capture more golds

City »

  1. President asks NDC graduates to utilise their knowledge for dev
  2. 14-party alliance meeting today
  3. Dry weather likely to continue

Editorial »

  1. Justice lost if revenge takes place against injustice
  2. Rape and killing have become easy: Reason best known to police
  3. World UHC Day Quality Primary Healthcare A Must

Entertainment »

  1. Apurba-Mamo’s Ghore Bairey to end in January
  2. First teaser of Gal Gadot’s Wonder Woman 1984
  3. Nandita’s new TVC, song

Sports »

  1. Winning gold boost up confidence level: Ruman Sana
  2. Thailand sepak takraw team spring to SEA Games gold
  3. Jermall Charlo stops Hogan to retain WBC middleweight title

Football »

  1. Neymar inspires PSG to comeback win at Montpellier
  2. Solskjaer demands life ban for 'monkey chant' spectator at Manchester derby
  3. Messi hat-trick breaks La Liga record as Barca put five past Mallorca

Cricket »

  1. Tigresses clinch gold in SA Games Women's T20 cricket
  2. England 'don't know' when Moeen Ali will be back
  3. Mahmudullah doubtful in BBPL opener

Chittagong »

  1. Juveniles working for justice, humanity at Raozan
  2. Members of Coast Guard recovered missing 17 Bangladeshi from Chaktai Area recently.
  3. Newly- elected President MA Salam (Second from right) and General Secretary Ataur Rahman Ata (Second from left) of the Chattogram North District Awami League.

National »

  1. KISHOREGANJ: Shariful Alam, President ,BNP Kishoreganj District Unit addressing a procession demanding immediate release of BNP Chairperson Begum Khaleda Zia at Rathkhola Maidan recently.
  2. BENAPOLE: Members of Bangladesh Army carrying 10 trained dogs given by Indian Army through Benapole Check Post on Saturday noon.
  3. DAMUDYA(Shariatpur ): Alhaj Sayeed Ahmed Aslam, Organising Secretary, BNP speaking at the Art competition and Handicraft Exhibition organised by Jatiyatabadi Samajik Sangskritik Sangstha (JASAS) at Damudya Upazila recently.

Back Page »

  1. BD gains success in health services, says Minister
  2. Jubo League man killed in Feni infighting
  3. Drug addict kills pregnant wife, 2 kids in Rangpur

Business & Economy »

  1. Syed Waseque Md Ali, Managing Director of First Security Islami Bank Limited, inaugurating its Agent Banking outlet at Khashir Abdullahpur Bazar of Beanibazar in Sylhet on Sunday. Md. Mustafa Khair, DMD, Kazi Motaher Hossain, Sylhet Zonal Head, Ali Nahid Khan, Head of Alternative Delivery Channel Division, Md. Faridur Rahman Jalal, VP of Agent Banking & Mobile Banking of the bank and local elites were also present.
  2. MBL, Zenith Islami Life Ins ink deal
  3. Skill development must to tackle automation-driven job cut

International »

  1. Air of menace as Britain’s election gets nasty
  2. Trump tells Jewish-Americans he is Israel's best friend
  3. Fix climate crisis and save earth, says physics Nobel prize winner

Life »

  1. Hazards to lung health due to air pollution
  2. The Clash of Civilizations
  3. Women face social stigma in reporting sexual abuse

Literature »

  1. Folk Poet Abdul Hye Mashreki
  2. Writer, playwright Zia Haider
  3. Educationist, linguist Golam Maksud Hilali

Campus Life »

  1. Four skill providers get NSDA registration
  2. Students aggrieved over delay in seat allotment at JnU female hall
  3. DTI organises 'Orientation Programme-2019'

Feature »

  1. How to save money
  2. SDGs & Women’s Literacy
  3. Prevent malnutrition for faster growth

Law and Justice »

  1. Law chamber is not a commercial enterprise
  2. Non-agriculture Tenancy
  3. Criminal Law Amendment Act

Campus Cronical »

  1. Kids' sleep and school time Later is better to start
  2. Exercise and Meditation
  3. Fables and Facts in Educational Neuroscience

Art & Culture »

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


  1. 6th Band Fest on the Channel i premises
  2. Tajul Islam’s solo tapestry, painting exhibition at AFD
  3. Group art exhibition ‘Odds and Ends’ at Alliance Francaise

Weekend Plus »

  1. Hair mistakes you’re making this winter
  2. Fish Chop
  3. Cheesy Chicken Burger

New Nation Supplement »

  1. Suhrawardy and Bangabandhu : Communal harmony
  2. Suhrawardy : Voice of the people
  3. O thou desert wind
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