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HC seeks info on steps taken for judges' security in courts


Staff Reporter :The High Cour (HC) on Wednesday wanted to know what steps have been taken to ensure security of ...

US imposes sanctions on Myanmar's military leaders


Reuters  :Mike Pompeo, the US secretary of state, has announced sanctions on the Myanmar military's commander-in-chief Min Aung Hlaing and ...

Swajan Paribahan files petition seeking stay on compensation order


Staff Reporter :Sawjan Paribahan filed a petition with the Appellate Division seeking stay on a High Court (HC) verdict that ...

US House votes to condemn Trump's 'racist comments'


AFP  :The US House of Representatives formally condemned Donald Trump on Tuesday for xenophobic attacks on four minority Democratic lawmakers ...

Major rivers cross danger level at 23 pts


News Desk :Major rivers crossed danger marks at 23 more points across the country as all the four of the ...

14,000 people displaced, 11,000 homes destroyed


News Desk :In Bangladesh, one third of the country is under water displacing 14,000 people and destroying over 11,000 homes ...

Deluge turns grave


News Desk :Flood situation worsened further on Tuesday increasing sufferings of people in northwestern and northeastern districts while eight people ...

Succour to victims


Kazi Zahidul Hasan :The government has stepped up its relief operations to provide succour to the flood affected people.Heavy monsoon ...

Ex-OC Moazzem indicted in cyber case


Court Correspondent :The Dhaka Cyber Tribunal yesterday (Wednesday) framed charges against former Officer-in-Charge of Sonagazi Police Station in Feni, Moazzem ...

Minni on remand


Staff Reporter  :A Barguna court on Wednesday placed Aysha Siddika Minni on a five-day remand in a case filed for ...

73.93pc pass HSC exams


Md Joynal Abedin Khan  :The results of the Higher Secondary Certificate (HSC) and its equivalent (Madrassah and Technical) examinations  were ...

Flood snaps Gaibandha's rail link with northern parts


UNB, Gaibandha :Rail communication of Gaibandha with northern parts of the country remained suspended since this noon due to flood ...

BD-US to work together controlling dengue: Miller


Staff Reporter :Bangladesh and the United States of America (USA) will work together to control dengue, while the US-based Communicable ...


Ex-OC Moazzem indicted in cyber case


Court Correspondent :
The Dhaka Cyber Tribunal yesterday (Wednesday) framed charges against former Officer-in-Charge of Sonagazi Police Station in Feni, Moazzem Hossain in a case filed over recording Nusrat Jahan Rafi's statement on his phone and circulating the video clip on social media without her consent.
Moazzem, now in jail, pleaded not guilty and demanded justice after Judge Ash Sams Joglul Hossain of Dhaka Cyber Tribunal read out the charges to him. Rejecting his bail petition, the court fixed July 31 to begin the  trial of the case.
Barrister Sayedul Haque Sumon, complainant of the case, has been asked to appear before the court on that day to explain the incident.
Besides, the tribunal dismissed the discharge petition submitted by the defence lawyers on behalf of the accused.   
Earlier, on June 17, the ...Read the full news

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Ensure hassle-free higher education for them

THE results of this year's Higher Secondary Certificate and equivalent examinations under country's 10 education boards were announced yesterday where the combined pass rate rose by 7. 29 percent - that means it's now 73.93 per cent from last year's 66.64 per cent. The number of GPA-5 achievers in the ...

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Students of the city`s Motijheel Ideal School and College exulting over the brilliant results of the HSC examination. The snap was taken from the premises of the institution on Wednesday.


International »

China gifts military warship to Sri Lanka in sign of deepening cooperation

PTI, Beijing : China has gifted a warship to Sri Lanka, in the latest sign of its deepening military cooperation with the strategically located island nation in the Indian Ocean. Also, China's rolling-stock manufacturer has announced that it would shortly deliver nine "new type" of diesel trains to Sri Lanka.The China-gifted ...

Entertainment »

Peya Bipasha`s Eid telefilm Opekkha

Sheikh Arif Bulbon :Gleaming model and actress Peya Bipasha has recently acted in an Eid telefilm titled Opekkha under the direction of Maksudur Rahman Bishal. This was Peya’s first work for the upcoming Eid. In the telefilm, Peya Bipasha will be seen against Emon on the screen. Promising TV actress ...

Editorial »

Accidents at level crossings

A newly-married couple and eight others of the bridal party were killed when a Dhaka-bound train rammed their microbus at an unmanned level crossing in Sirajganj's Ullapara upazila on Monday evening. The fatal accident has spoiled unmet dream of the couple. It's due to utter negligence of the Railway Authorities ...

Football »

Argentine sport court member advices Messi to apologize

AP, Buenos Aires :Lionel Messi should apologize for his harsh comments at the Copa America in order to avoid a sanction, an Argentine member of sport's highest court said on Monday.Following defeats in the last two finals, Messi had another frustrating end to the tournament when he was sent off ...

International »

Government restrictions on religion increasing worldwide

AP, New York  :Government restrictions on religion have increased markedly in many places around the world, not only in authoritarian countries, but also in many of Europe's democracies, according to a report surveying 198 countries that was released Monday.The report released by the Pew Research Center, covering developments through 2017, ...

International »

Erdogan hails S-400 deal as Turkey marks 2016 coup bid

AFP, Istanbul :President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Monday hailed the controversial delivery of a Russian missile defence system despite the threat of US sanctions, as Turkey marked the third anniversary of a bloody coup attempt.Just days before the anniversary, the first batch of the Russian S-400 defence system was delivered ...

Business & Economy »

HMD Global launches two Nokia Smart Phones

Economic Reporter :HMD Global, the home of Nokia phones, launched Nokia 3.2 and Nokia 2.2 in Bangladesh.The Launching ceremony was held at a city hotel on Tuesday.  Farhan Rashid, Head of Business of HMD Global Bangladesh, Raquibul Kabir, Managing Director of Union Group, Syed MostahidalHoq, Managing Director of Daraz Bangladesh ...

Entertainment »

Lea Michele to star in Same Time, Next Christmas

Actor Lea Michele is set to star in ABC's Christmas movie titled Same Time, Next Christmas. In the movie, the Glee alum will play Olivia Henderson, a young woman who meets her childhood sweetheart during her family's annual Christmas visit to Hawaii. After being separated by distance and time, the ...

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Amala Paul reveals she is in a relationship

Actress Amala Paul, who is awaiting the release of her upcoming film 'Aadai' on July 19, has revealed that she is in a relationship. It is to be noted that the pretty actress fell in love with Director Vijay while working for 'Deiva Thirumagal' and the duo got married in ...

Cricket »

Cricket World Cup team of the tournament

England won the World Cup for the first time after beating New Zealand in Sunday's thrilling final at Lord's, bringing the curtain down on a dramatic event featuring some superb individual performances.AFP Sport names its team of the tournament:Rohit Sharma (India)The 32-year-old emerged as the tournament's star batsman, making history ...

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I will be apologising for rest of my life - Stokes on overthrows drama

Ben Stokes has been saying sorry a lot lately. His latest apology was to the people of New Zealand for one of the most outrageous sporting flukes that contributed to England winning the Cricket World Cup at the expense of the country of his birth.Stokes had already broken New Zealand ...

International »

Iran tanker will be freed after guarantees, says Britain

British foreign secretary Jeremy Hunt sought to ease tensions with Iran on Saturday, saying a tanker held by Gibraltar would be released if Tehran guaranteed it was not heading to Syria.He said he had a "constructive call" with his Iranian counterpart Mohammad Javad Zarif, who he said assured him that ...

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Deepika’s Veronica stays etched; shares sneak peeks as Cocktail turns seven

Bollywood’s leading lady Deepika Padukone gave an electrifying performance in one of her most strongly essayed characters- Veronica which stays as one of her most memorable characters. As Cocktail clocks seven years today, the actress took to social media to give a shout-out to one of her most rebellious characters ...

Front Page »

  1. Deluge turns grave
  2. Succour to victims
  3. Ex-OC Moazzem indicted in cyber case

City »

  1. Students of the city`s Motijheel Ideal School and College exulting over the brilliant results of the HSC examination. The snap was taken from the premises of the institution on Wednesday.
  2. BGB's role to protect country's border lauded
  3. Students of the city's Milestone College showing victory (V) sign on their good results in the HSC examination on the premises of their institution on Wednesday.

Editorial »

  1. Adequate relief materials needed to face the deluge
  2. Ensure hassle-free higher education for them
  3. Today's Journalism

Entertainment »

  1. Noashal ends tonight
  2. Muhurat of film ‘Orjon 71’: Muhurat of movie ‘Orjon 71’ was held at BFDC in the city on July 16. Home Minister Asaduzzaman Khan Kamal MP was present as the chief guest while DMP Commissioner Md Asaduzzaman Mia, popular film actress Moushumi, director of the film Mirza Sakhawat Hossain, among others, were also present on the occasion.
  3. I will be able to win your hearts with my dance: Urvashi

Sports »

  1. Newcastle gamble on Bruce as head coach
  2. Malaysia's 'Phoenix': Hijab-wearing wrestler breaking barriers
  3. Hockey team register first win crushing Philippines 9-0

Football »

  1. Bangladesh in Group-E
  2. Arsenal close to capturing Real's Ceballos on loan
  3. PSG sign defender Diallo from Dortmund

Cricket »

  1. Shakib will be sorely missed: Mahmud
  2. Strauss says Morgan's future is entirely his decision
  3. Panel led by Kapil Dev to pick head coach and national selectors

Chittagong »

  1. CDA to handover responsibilities of flyovers to CCC
  2. Information Minister attends TV Journalists' Association installation ceremony
  3. Road communication with Bandarban restored

National »

  1. GANGACHARA (Rangpur): Many villages at Gangachara Upazila are still water- logged though water level of Teesta River has decreased. This picture was taken yesterday.
  2. BETAGI (Barguna): The selection of Quran recite and Azan competition was held at Koruna Mokamia Kamil Madrasa at Betagi Upazila organised by Citizen Voice , a social and voluntary organisation recently.
  3. MIRZAPUR (Tangail): Students , teachers and Principal of Mirzapur Cadet College rejoicing cent percent pass result with GPA-5 in HSC examination of English version Unit yesterday.

Back Page »

  1. DU students demand ending affiliation with 7 colleges
  2. Two-storey old bldg collapses at city's Sadarghat, body recovered
  3. Move to curb cattle influx from neighbouring countries

Business & Economy »

  1. Gerald K Adams, Chairman of Berger Paints Bangladesh Ltd, presiding over the 46th AGM of the company at Golf Garden in the city on Wednesday. Managing Director Rupali Chowdhury, Directors Anil Bhalla, K R Das, Jean-Claude Loutreuil, Anis A Khan, Masud Khan, Rishma Kaur, Kanwardip Singh Dhingra and Abdul Khalek, among others, were present. 250 percent Cash Dividend was declared for 2018-2019 in the meeting.
  2. Amazon interested to sell Bangladeshi products
  3. Private sector meeting and business networking session held

International »

  1. US hopes North Korea talks will go ahead despite Pyongyang threat
  2. China gifts military warship to Sri Lanka in sign of deepening cooperation
  3. Netanyahu makes history as Israel's longest-serving leader

Life »

  1. Strong Leadership
  2. Old Home Near the Himalayas
  3. Invisible Generosity

Literature »

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

Campus Life »

  1. ISBSP begins at DIU
  2. New campus of CodersTrust in city
  3. DU, Sunlife Ins sign deal

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Law and Justice »

  1. Failure of Repayment
  2. Section 55 Of The VAT Act
  3. Change in Waqf Management

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Art & Culture »

  1. Group exhibition ‘Ten Dimensions’
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  3. Puzzle of Myth


  1. Supporters at the gallery in ICC World Cup Cricket 2019
  2. As China’s mountains get hotter, hunt for ‘cure-all’ fungus gets harder
  3. ‘Fête de la Musique 2019’ at Alliance Francaise de Dhaka

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  1. Ghazals of Kazi Nazrul Islam
  2. Ramzanul Mubarak and Eid-ul-Fitr
  3. Ramzan and Eid celebrations : Now and then
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