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4 killed in K'ganj road crash


UNB, Keraniganj :Four people were killed and two others injured in a road crash at Hazratpur in Keraniganj here on ...

Abrar murder case : Hearing on charge framing Jan 30


Court Correspondent :The Metropolitan Sessions Judge's Court of Dhaka yesterday (Tuesday) took cognizance of the charges against 25 students of ...

Rajapaksa says missings are dead

By BBC Online

Sri Lanka's president has acknowledged for the first time that more than 20,000 people who disappeared during the country's civil ...

Minni's trial to go ahead


Staff Reporter :The High Court on Tuesday rejected a petition filed by Aysha Siddika Minni seeking cancellation of the trial ...

No provocative books at Ekushey Fair: DMP


Staff Reporter :Dhaka Metropolitan Police (DMP) Commissioner Md Shafiqul Islam has said that police won’t allow to  sell  provocative books ...

Anti-CAA resolution in WB Assembly Jan 27


IANS, Kolkata :West Bengal's Mamata Banerjee government on Tuesday announced that a resolution against the new citizenship law will be ...

Demolition of BGMEA building starts


Staff Reporter: Rajdhani Unnayan Kartripakkha (Rajuk) finally started demolition of the Bangladesh Garment Manufacturers and Exporters Association (BGMEA) building at ...

Court asks to publish newspaper ad asking SK Sinha to appear on Feb 20


Staff Reporter: A Senior Special Judge’s Court of Dhaka on Wednesday directed the authorities concerned to publish advertisement in national ...

BSF kills 2 Bangladeshis at Lalmonirhat border


Staff Reporter: Indian Border Security Force (BSF)has killed two Bangladeshi cattle traders at Hatibandha border in Lalmonirhat district on Wednesday.Omar ...

DNCC, DSCC Polls: HC bans laminated posters


The High Court on Wednesday banned printing and using laminated posters in the Dhaka city corporation area.The bench of Justice ...

Screening at Dhaka, Ctg airports begins


Authorities at Hazrat Shahjalal International Airport in the capital and Shah Amanat International Airport in Chattogram on Tuesday started screening ...

BGMEA Bhaban demolition starts today


Staff Reporter  :Following years of legal tangle, the demolition process of the BGMEA Bhaban in Hatirjheel would finally get under ...

Travel ban on 20 directors


Gulam Rabbani :The High Court imposed ban on leaving the country of 20 persons including all the present shareholder-directors and ...


Demolition of BGMEA building starts


Staff Reporter: Rajdhani Unnayan Kartripakkha (Rajuk) finally started demolition of the Bangladesh Garment Manufacturers and Exporters Association (BGMEA) building at noon on Wednesday.
Public Works and Housing Minister SM Rezaul Karim inaugurated the demolition work of the building about 12:30pm.
The minister said journalists that this building was constructed in an unplanned and unlawful way, which was harmful for the environment as well as for the city.
The minister labelled it as a `tumour' on the beauty of the Hatijheel.
He said that two teams have been formed to look after the demolition work. One team comprising representatives of BUET, Rajuk, Fire Service and Army and Urban planning experts who will monitor the work. Another team of Rajuk will monitor the work regular basis.
Sources said that the demolition work may take six months to ...Read the full news

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Custodial death goes as worst kind of disregard for law

ABU BAKAR Siddique Babu was arrested around 8:00pm on Saturday by Tejgaon Industrial Police. Later he was found hanging from the iron bars of a lockup room of the same police station around 3:00am on Sunday. He was pronounced dead at Dhaka Medical College Hospital about an hour later. It ...

City »

Vice-Chancellor of BSMMU Prof. Kanak Kanti Barua, among others, at a prèss conference on 'Deceased Donor Organ Transplantation' organised by different organisations at the Jatiya Press Club on Tuesday.

Sports »

Brazilian legend Julio Cesar to arrive in Dhaka today

Former Brazilian goalkeeper Julio Cesar will arrive in the city today (Wednesday) afternoon for a two-day visit as a FIFA ambassador for the ongoing Bangabandhu Gold Cup International Football Tournament.He is expected to land at the Hazrat Shahjalal International Airport by Emirates Airways at 4.55 pm along with a FIFA ...

International »

Nothing done to fight climate change

AFP, Switzerland:Swedish teen activist Greta Thunberg on Tuesday slammed global inaction on climate change in front of the world's top business leaders, as the annual Davos forum faced up to the perils of global warming while bracing for an address from US President Donald Trump.The 50th meeting of the World ...

Entertainment »

I am not fond of horror movies, but still wants to do one: Kriti Sanon

Kriti Sanon, who has worked in genres across drama, romance, comedy and historical, says she wants to explore herself as an actor."Everybody likes different kind of films here (in the country). If I want to cater to all kinds of audience and also explore myself as an actor in different ...

Entertainment »

Fatima Sana Shaikh's latest story from the sets of ‘Suraj Pe Mangal Bhari’

Fatima Sana Shaikh has a busy 2020 with three releases back and back. The actress will be seen in three different avatars for her films and the fans are excited to see the actress in various characters. Fatima has been sharing fun BTS snippets of the movies on her Instagram ...

Football »

Ronaldo double pulls Juventus clear as Inter stalled in Lecce

AFP, Milan :Cristiano Ronaldo struck twice as Juventus beat Parma 2-1 to pull four points clear of Inter Milan at the top of the Serie A table on Sunday.Inter's title push hit another stumbling block after a 1-1 draw at lowly Lecce while Ante Rebic fired city rivals AC Milan ...

International »

Abe strikes conciliatory note on S.Korea, row may be easing

Reuters, Tokyo :Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said on Monday that South Korea was its "most important neighbour" and that the two shared basic values, taking a conciliatory tone towards the country that has been locked in a bitter row with Tokyo for over a year.The comment comes after South ...

City »

Bangladesh Nari Progati Sangha formed a human chain in front of the National Museum in the city's Shahbagh on Monday urging all to be united to make South Asia fair.

Entertainment »

Chamok Tara acts in Padatik’s play today

Sheikh Arif Bulbon :Country’s one of the popular theatre troupes, Padatik Nattya Sangsad will turn into 43 today. In its long time journey, Padatik produced 41 plays till now. Macbeth, Jonomanko, Kalratri, Mouse Trap, Beder Meye, Gohonjatra, Sojon Badiar Ghat, Maa, Kaler Jatra, Monsar Pala, Chandraboti, Chokkor, Khetmojur Khoimuddin, etc ...

Editorial »

Banks to face dire consequences for govt's contradictory borrowing policy

THE government is borrowing funds from banks at more than 9 per cent interest rates against treasury bills and bonds, which contradicts its move to force banks to implement 9 per cent lending rate. As per rules, lending to the government or even against any government guarantee does not create ...

Sports »

Members of Group Skyliners of the United States pose on the podium after winning the 16th Zagreb Snowflakes Trophy synchronized skating competition in Zagreb, Croatia on Saturday.

International »

Maduro ready to open direct talks with US

Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro said he was still comfortably in charge and open to direct negotiations with the US, in an interview published Saturday by The Washington Post.The interview was Maduro's first with a major US outlet since February of last year, when he abruptly ejected all Univision journalists from ...

Entertainment »

Tisha’s Pori O Panir Bottle on Customs Day

Sheikh Arif Bulbon :January 26 is the Customs Day. To mark the day, RTV will telecast a special play titled Pori O Panir Bottle on that day at 8:15pm. National Film Award winner actress Nusrat Imroz Tisha acted in an important role against Mosharraf Karim in the play directed by ...

Entertainment »

Raima has her fingers crossed for Dwitiyo Purush release

Raima Sen, who will soon make her Tamil debut with Agni Siragugal is all geared up for the release of Srijit Mukherji’s next Dwitiyo Purush alongside Parambrata Chatterjee. Like everyone else, she is also pretty much excited about this sequel and believes this one will also have a similar effect ...

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. Demolition of BGMEA building starts
  2. Court asks to publish newspaper ad asking SK Sinha to appear on Feb 20
  3. BSF kills 2 Bangladeshis at Lalmonirhat border

City »

  1. Chief Representative of JICA, Bangladesh Hitoshi Hirata called on State Minister for Shipping Khalid Mahmud Chowdhury at the ministry on Tuesday to discuss Matarbari Port Development Project.
  2. President asks scouts to serve nation
  3. Dry weather likely

Editorial »

  1. BSTI shatters people's trust
  2. Custodial death goes as worst kind of disregard for law
  3. Mujib & Music Songs Of The Soil He Liked Most

Entertainment »

  1. I wanted to play Wonder Woman, but I waited too long: Jennifer
  2. Amitabh Bachchan, Emraan Hashmi's film 'Chehre' postponed to July 17
  3. Priyanka named among world's 100 most inspiring women

Sports »

  1. Ansar retain Women's Handball title
  2. Russia, heat cloud Tokyo 2020 Olympics with six months to go
  3. Brazilian legend Julio Cesar to arrive in Dhaka today

Football »

  1. Seven-team Women's Football League begins on January 31
  2. Cavani desire to leave PSG sparks Lampard interest
  3. Mbappe dreams of 'Champions League, Euro 2020 and Olympic treble'

Cricket »

  1. Bangladesh Cricket (T20I) team to leave for Pakistan today
  2. Rakibul hits hat-trick as BD beat Scotland
  3. Tendulkar, Walsh to coach Aussie bushfire relief match

Chittagong »

  1. An ambulance of Chattogarm Medical College Hospital has been lying abandoned under the open sky for a long time and the authority concern yet to take any step in this regard . This picture was taken yesterday.
  2. Leaders of Bangladesh Islami Chhatra Sena, Chattaogram District Unit distributing winter clothes among the poor people in the Port City recently.
  3. Rakhine people protest land acquisition in Rangamati

National »

  1. BOGURA: Golum Mohammad Siraj MP inaugurating medical camp marking the 84th birthday of former president Ziaur Rahman on Sunday.
  2. DAMUDYA (Shariatpur): Industrialist Alhaj Khaled Rahman Sikdar, President, Governing body of Damudya Hamidiya Kamil Madrasa speaking at a Doa Mahfil yesterday organised for the Dakhil examinees of the madrasa this year.
  3. FULBARIA (Mymensingh): A memorial meeting on former headmaster of Kandaniaya High School Abdul Malek was held at Fulbaria Upazila on Sunday. Among others, Pirjada Shahid-ul- Harun, Additional Secretary of Finance Ministry was present as Chief Guest.

Back Page »

  1. AL mayoral candidates for DNCC and DSCC Atiqul Islam and Skeikh Fazle Noor Taposh are seen busy in electioneering in the city's North Badda and old Dhaka, while BNP mayoral candidate for DSCC Ishraque Hossain in his campaign in Demra on Tuesday.
  2. Drug trader killed in city gunfight
  3. FRC alarmed by Myanmar's genocide denial against Rohingyas

Business & Economy »

  1. Khondoker Nayeemul Kabir, DMD of NCC Bank Limited, poses for photograph with the participants of a day-long workshop on "Prevention of Money Laundering & Combating the Financing of Terrorism" at the bank's training institute in the city recently. Md. Abdul Wahab, SVP of the bank and Dr. Syed Zaved Md. Salehuddin, faculty of the institute, were also present.
  2. Muhammad A.(Rumee) Ali, Chairman of AB Bank Limited, attended at its it's Town Hall Meeting at a hotel in he city recently. Tarique Afzal, President, managers from 104 branches and senior officials of different levels from head office of the bank were also present.
  3. IMF trims global growth estimates 2020-21

International »

  1. Nothing done to fight climate change
  2. Migrants crossing the Suichate River, the natural border between Guatemala and Mexico.
  3. Putin sends his constitutional proposals to Parliament

Life »

  1. Working Fathers Need to Exercise
  2. Diabetes Complications and control measures
  3. Can we all get along?

Literature »

  1. In quest of reading
  2. Nobel Laureate Poet T S Eliot
  3. Love! A symbol of peace

Campus Life »

  1. Admission Fair at EU begins
  2. Job Fair 2020 at BUBT
  3. BAIUST holds seminar on investment in capital market

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. Putting larger amount in cheque than actual liability is a fraud
  2. Delay in holding AGM and its consequence
  3. Forfeiture amount should be commensurate to losses if party not at fault

Campus Cronical »

  1. Brain's ‘Hardware’ and ‘Software’
  2. Child's well-being
  3. Development of speaking skills

Art & Culture »

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


  1. The world’s most 4 amazing forests
  2. Prokriti Mela 2020
  3. New Year 2020 celebration in different countries

Weekend Plus »

  1. Life lessons for your daughter before she turns 13
  2. Barbeque Chicken Salad
  3. Caribbean Chicken Salad

New Nation Supplement »

  1. 2019 : Some major events
  2. New Year and our resolutions
  3. The Gregorian New Year's Day
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