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Sonia demands Amit Shah's resignation

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The Hindu  :Congress president Sonia Gandhi has demanded Home Minister Amit Shah's resignation over the ongoing violence in northeast Delhi, ...

Scramble to contain coronavirus as infections spread in Europe

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AFP  :Governments worldwide were scrambling to prevent the spread of the new coronavirus Wednesday after fresh infections emerged linked to ...

Modi calls for calm

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AFP  :Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi called for calm Wednesday after Delhi's worst sectarian violence in decades and calls for ...

Passersby wearing masks are seen in front of former Hokkaido Government Office building in Sapporo, Hokkaido, Japan.

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BSMMU submits Khaleda's health report to SC

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Staff Reporter :Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujib Medical University (BSMMU) on Wednesday submitted report on the health condition of BNP Chairperson Khaleda ...

Fresh uncertainty grips over manpower export to Malaysia

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Reza Mahmud :A fresh uncertainty has gripped over the reopening of Bangladesh labour market in Malaysia following the sudden resignation ...

Seized cash, other objects handed over to police

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Staff Reporter  :Rapid Action Battalion (RAB) has a case against casino brothers Enamul Haque Enu and his brother Rupon Bhuiyan, ...

Modi appeared ingratiatingly cowering before Trump

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India is now passing through the decade's deadliest period while at least 27 people, including a police officer, have been ...

Over 26 killed in Delhi sectarian violence

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Reuters :At least 20 people have been killed in the Indian capital during violent clashes between Hindu and Muslim groups ...

Directors take away Tk 1,75,000 crore from banks

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Directors of commercial banks have resorted to a massive connected lending making things even worse for the country's ailing banking ...

Interest rate of postal savings tools to go up again from Mar 17

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Staff Reporter :Finance Minister AHM Mustafa Kamal on Wednesday said the interest rate of postal savings instruments will go up ...

Can't let another 1984 happen: Delhi HC

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NDTV, New Delhi :We cannot let another 1984-like event happen in this country, Justice S Muralidhar of the Delhi High ...

SC upholds HC order imposing travel ban on 20 executives of ILFSL

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Staff Reporter :The Supreme Court on Wednesday upheld a High Court order that imposed a travel ban upon all the ...

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Over 26 killed in Delhi sectarian violence

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Reuters :
At least 20 people have been killed in the Indian capital during violent clashes between Hindu and Muslim groups over a new citizenship law, a hospital official told Reuters, even as an eerie calm descended in riot-torn areas on Wednesday.
"There are 20 people dead and 189 injured," a senior doctor from the Guru Teg Bahadur Hospital told Reuters on Wednesday.
Separately, an official at the Al-Hind Hospital in New Delhi told Reuters the facility had treated more than 200 injured people since Monday, many with severe injuries.
After some of the worst violence in the capital in decades, police used tear gas, pellets and smoke grenades, but struggled to disperse stone-throwing mobs.
On Wednesday, parts of the riot-hit areas were deserted, and a Reuters witness saw paramilitary and police forces deployed in ...Read the full news

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Corruption is the ultimate outcome of unethical evil politics


MEMBERS of Rapid Action Battalion on Tuesday recovered Tk 26.55 crore in cash and fixed deposit receipts worth Tk 5.15 crore from the flat of two ruling party men Enamul Haque Enu and Rupon Bhuiyan who were earlier detained for their involvement in the illegal casino business. A good amount ...

Entertainment »

Kriti Sanon brings fashion in full spring


Kriti Sanon looks all pop and fun as she poses for her clothing brand’s new amazing spring-summer collection 2020.Styled by Kriti Sanon, MsTaken is the fashion brand for the bold and carefree woman of today. The brand says, “life isn’t serious” it materialises its tag line by being peppy and ...

Sports »

Jelena Ostapenko of Latvia hits a return during the women's singles second round match against Barbora Strycova of the Czech Republic at the 2020 WTA Qatar Open in Doha, Qatar on Tuesday.


International »

Sanders calls Netanyahu 'reactionary racist'


The Independent :Bernie Sanders has called Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu a "reactionary racist", while saying he supports Israel during the latest Democratic debate.Mr Sanders, who is one of the frontrunners in the contest, said he was "very proud" to be Jewish when he was asked about his position on ...

Entertainment »

Nishita always keeps requests from audience


Entertainment Report :While performing in stage shows popular singer Nishita Barua always got requests from the audience to render her popular original song titled Bondhu Tomai Mone Pore and she also kept their requests. It is Nishita-rendered her most popular song. This time another two songs of her includes in ...

International »

Turkey, Russia to hold more talks to reduce Syria tensions


AP, Ankara :Turkey's president announced Tuesday that a Russian delegation would arrive the following day to resume talks aimed at easing tensions in northwestern Syria. He also said no consensus was reached for a four-way meeting next month between the leaders of France, German, Russia and Turkey.However, Recep Tayyip Erdogan ...

Cricket »

Victory against Zimbabwe to bolster Bangladesh for Pakistan Test


After getting a much-needed victory in the form of an innings and 106-run in one-off Test over Zimbabwe, which ended their disappointing six-match losing streak in the longer version format, Bangladesh is oozing with confidence to do well against Pakistan.The Tigers will go to Pakistan for the third and final ...

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Djokovic sizzles into Dubai second round


AFP, Dubai :Novak Djokovic continued his hot early season form on Monday, cruising past Tunisian wild card Malek Jaziri 6-1, 6-2 into the second round of the Dubai Championships.The top seed and four-time champion made short work of Jaziri, who is ranked 260 in the world.Djokovic owns a perfect 14-0 ...

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Executive Director of the Transparency International Bangladesh Dr. Iftekharuzzaman speaking at a prèss conference on 'Unveiling of Information of Follow-up Research on the Anti Corruption Commission' organised by TIB at MIDAS Center in the city on Tuesday.


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Rape incidents increasing when all preventive measures failed


A total of 59 women were raped and sexually harassed on public transport across the country in 2019. There were 52 incidents of women repression on public modes of transportation -- 44 on the roads and four each on rail and river ways, the media reported quoting the survey report ...

Entertainment »

Darshana’s new film Protighat


Model-actress, Darshana Banik, who has acted in some critically acclaimed films, both in the South industry and in Tollywood, is on cloud nine now. She will soon be seen in Rajiv Biswas’ upcoming film Protighat which also stars Soham and Priyanka Sarkar in lead roles. The film is a passionate ...

Business & Economy »

Abu Hena Mohammad Razi Hasan, Head of Bangladesh Financial Intelligence Unit (BFIU), speaking at money laundering prevention conference at local resort in Habiganj recently. Bangladesh Bank Executive Directors Kazi Enayet and Iskander Mia, among others, were present.


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New Zealand beat India by 10 wickets in series-opening Test


AP, Wellington :New Zealand beat top-ranked India by 10 wickets in the series-opening match, posting its 100th win in Tests and inflicting India's first loss in eight matches in the ICC Test Championship.India started play Monday at 144-4, 39 runs behind New Zealand after trailing by 183 on the first ...

Football »

New Zealand fraud probe into ex-Oceania Football chief


AFP, Wellington :New Zealand's Serious Fraud Office said Monday it is investigating former Oceania Football Confederation employees - including ex-president David Chung - after a complaint from FIFA.Authorities will probe whether any criminal activity had taken place, but declined to provide further details of an active investigation."An investigation relating to ...

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Former Adviser to the Caretaker Government M Hafiz Uddin Ahmed speaking at a prèss conference on 'Presentation of Information of the Winners of DSCC and DNCC Elections-2020 and Election Evaluation' organised by SUJAN in DRU auditorium on Monday.


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. Seized cash, other objects handed over to police
  2. Modi appeared ingratiatingly cowering before Trump
  3. Over 26 killed in Delhi sectarian violence

City »

  1. State Minister for Information Dr.Murad Hasan along with others holds the copies of a book titled 'Epic of March 7' written by Prof Dr. Uttam Kumar Barua at its cover unwrapping ceremony at the Ekushey Book Fair in the city's Suhrwardy Udyan on Wednesday.
  2. Corruption, irregularity won't be tolerated: Hasan
  3. JS body for submitting list of unauthorised bridges

Editorial »

  1. Food adulteration still remains a big threat to public health
  2. Corruption is the ultimate outcome of unethical evil politics
  3. The Truth About Exporting Terrorism

Entertainment »

  1. Radhika Madan turns vegan for Angrezi Medium
  2. Cheating Master increases episode number
  3. Ananya Panday opens up about preparing for her upcoming films

Sports »

  1. All J-League matches postponed due to coronavirus outbreak
  2. Nadal off the mark in Acapulco
  3. Jelena Ostapenko of Latvia hits a return during the women's singles second round match against Barbora Strycova of the Czech Republic at the 2020 WTA Qatar Open in Doha, Qatar on Tuesday.

Football »

  1. Rangpur Div in semis in Bangamata National Gold Cup Football
  2. Griezmann rescues Barcelona first-leg draw at Napoli
  3. Santiago Perez of Uruguay's River Plate (second from left) tries to score as goalkeeper Bernando Medina of Peru's Atletico Grau (right) stops him during a Copa Sudamericana soccer match in Montevideo, Uruguay on Tuesday.

Cricket »

  1. Al-Amin fined for abusive language in BCL final
  2. Vettori impressed by 'huge' talent of WC winning U19 stars
  3. Madhevere earns maiden call-up in Zimbabwe's limited-overs squad

Chittagong »

  1. School girl refrained from study fearing eve teasers
  2. Demand to prohibit sale of tobacco products within schools, colleges areas
  3. 3 convicted for 15-yrs each for trading drugs

National »

  1. DAMUDYA (Shariatpur): An advocacy workshop with service givers of migrants and stakeholders was held at Protasha Office in Damudya Upazila organsied by brac yesterday.
  2. BOGURA: Bangladesh Collectorate Assistant Samity, Bogura District Unit observing work abstention in front of DC Office to press home their 2-point demands on Tuesday.
  3. BETAGI (Barguna): The prize distribution programme of quiz and debate competition was held at Mokamia Primary School premises in Betgai Upazila organised by Tarun Jubo Kalyan Parishad recently.

Back Page »

  1. BNP policymakers consult lawyers
  2. BB alerts customers to rumours about bank closure
  3. Crescent Group owner gets bail in 4 cases

Business & Economy »

  1. Siddhartha Das, Regional Coordinator for Asia and Pacific of Sanitation and Water for All (SWA), presiding over a roundtable discussion on 'Civil Society and Multi-Stakeholder Dialogue: Preparation for FMM in Bangladesh' at YWCA Bhaban in the city held on Tuesday.
  2. Md. Quamrul Islam Chowdhury, CEO of Mercantile Bank Limited, attended the daylong seminar on 'Agriculture & Rural Credit" at its training institute in the city recently. High officials of the bank were present.
  3. Emirates recognises extra-ordinary ideas from young talents

International »

  1. Sanders calls Netanyahu 'reactionary racist'
  2. Turkey, Russia to hold more talks to reduce Syria tensions
  3. Indian authorities scramble to give Trump a mega-rally

Life »

  1. The Case of Sadness
  2. Do we all have a duty to warn?
  3. Do we all have a duty to warn?

Literature »

  1. Ekushey February
  2. A Gipsy Daughter
  3. No Ending

Campus Life »

  1. Scholastica Int'l Science Carnival held
  2. 3-day Book Fair at IU
  3. Member of the University Grants Commission Dr Dil Afroja Begum and the Vice Chancellor of the Barishal University Prof Dr Mohammad Sadekul Arefin are seen at a program at the university to mark the Barishal University Day on Saturday.

Feature »

  1. Stopping your negative thinking
  2. 5 times it is alright to skip the gym
  3. How to save money

Law and Justice »

  1. Causes of quashing a case
  2. Court should not invoke its jurisdiction
  3. Allegations must be proved by adducing evidences

Campus Cronical »

  1. Course on academic writing for university students
  2. Easy Rules to Use Bangla Keyboard
  3. Mental health crises of PhD students

Art & Culture »

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

SKETCH »

  1. Jatiyo Boshonto Utsob 1426
  2. Celebrities at Oscars 2020
  3. Bangladesh-India Nazrul Conference 2020

Weekend Plus »

  1. First international trip? Some things to keep in mind
  2. Walnut Raspberry Salad
  3. Chicken Balls

New Nation Supplement »

  1. Women Empowerment in Kuwait
  2. Message from the Ambassador
  3. The Pursuit of Kuwait's Diplomacy
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