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HC verdict upheld

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Staff Reporter :The Supreme Court (SC) chamber judge on Wednesday upheld a High Court verdict that declared illegal the government ...

10 more killed in road crashes

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Staff Reporter  :At least 10 persons, including a madrasa girl, were killed and 50 others seriously injured in several road ...

South Africa's batsman Quinton de Kock (front) leaves the pitch after is bowled by New Zealand's bowler Trent Boult for 5 runs during the ICC World Cup Cricket match between New Zealand and South Africa at the Edgbaston Stadium in Birmingham on Wednesday.

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Destroy expired medicines

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Staff Reporter :The High Court on Tuesday asked the concerned authorities including Director General of Directorate of Health, Secretary of ...

35,82,347 cases pending in country's courts

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UNB, Sangsad Bhaban :The number of pending cases at various courts of the country stood at 35,82,347 as of March ...

HC summons doc for delay in filing report on rape victim

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Staff Reporter :The High Court on Tuesday summoned a forensic doctor to appear in the court for making "unusual" delay ...

Wage Board for journalists must be independent or Noab must withdraw

By MAINUL HOSEIN

The government has announced that a new Wage Board in former style will be announced soon without taking into account ...

Payra Power Plant activities suspended

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Staff Reporter :The activities of the 1320 MW Payra Thermal Power Plant in Kalapara of Patuakhali was suspended on Wednesday ...

Sourav's parents receive calls, says Sohel Taj

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Staff Reporter :Former state minister Sohel Taj said that parents of missing private varsity student Syed Iftekhar Alam Sourav received ...

ASEAN: Don't whitewash atrocities against Rohingya

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HRW News, (New York)  :Southeast Asian leaders at their annual summit should drastically rethink their response to the plight of ...

Addl tax on smartphone to boost illegal import

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Staff Reporter :Leaders of Bangladesh Mobile Phone Business Association (BMBA) on Wednesday demanded to the government to keep the existing ...

GSB yet to confirm reserve of iron ore

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Anisul Islam Noor :The Geological Survey of Bangladesh (GSB) is yet to confirm how much ore are possible to extract ...

BUET students continue demo for 5th day

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Staff Reporter :Students of Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology (BUET) on Wednesday  continued their protest for the fifth consecutive ...

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BUET students continue demo for 5th day

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Students of Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology (BUET) on Wednesday  continued their protest for the fifth consecutive day to press home their 16-point demand, including cancellation of the new recruitment order of director of student's welfare.
The protesters  are boycotting all the academic activities and have locked up the administrative building and the office of the university's Vice Chancellor (VC).
They staged a sit-in in front of the campus's Shaheed Minar from 11:00am. And later took the street out of the campus. The demonstrated students gave an ultimatum for the non-stop tough movement from Saturday if their demands were not met by the time.
Meanwhile, the Teachers' Association of the university has given a statement urging the university authorities to solve the crisis as soon as possible.
The students have been ...Read the full news

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Govt's machinery is broken: HC's direction is welcome but will not work


Selling and storing of substandard and expired drugs in the pharmacies across the country have reached such a dangerous stage that it has now become extremely harmful for the public health requiring the High Court to interfere.  The government seems to have totally failed to ensure proper monitoring in this ...

Football »

France detain soccer great Platini in 2022 World Cup probe


AP, Paris :French police investigating whether corruption played a role in the stunning decision to award the 2022 World Cup to Qatar took 1980s soccer superstar and former top executive Michel Platini into custody Tuesday for questioning.Platini's representatives denied any wrongdoing on his part, saying he is "absolutely confident in ...

International »

Johnson looks to cement UK leadership lead after surviving TV debate


Brexit figurehead Boris Johnson will look to cement his stranglehold of the UK leadership race Wednesday after emerging unscathed from a TV debate against his four remaining rivals.The former foreign minister kept his cool and made no evident stumbles in a showdown that followed a second-round ballot in which he ...

Business & Economy »

MBL's award giving ceremony held


Economic Reporter :Mercantile Bank Ltd on Monday organised the 'Mercantile Bank Sommanona-2019' to award four eminent personalities and one institution for their outstanding contributions to the society. Bangladesh Bank Governor Fazle Kabir handed over the gold medals, crests and cheques to all the awardees at a graceful ceremony at Hotel ...

Entertainment »

Maera Mishra is excited about her upcoming projects!


Maera Mishra is an Indian actor and model. She is as in the 11th season of MTV Splitsvilla. Ever since she featured in Splitsvilla Maera has not looked back. Maera is also a budding actor and she could be seen in love on the run on MTV, Savdhan India, Fear ...

Entertainment »

Soundarya Sharma yet again strikes a humanitarian chord


It was just recently when she instead of attending an event chose to help an injured cyclist. Now we just learned that Actor Soundarya Sharma is sponsoring health care for an elderly couple for a year, she came across an article about how elderly are lacking proper health care, as ...

International »

Trump heads back to base for 2020 campaign kickoff


President Donald Trump will get a big crowd of his most loyal supporters at Tuesday's official 2020 reelection campaign kickoff in Florida but dismal early poll numbers show the larger-than-life Republican businessman is vulnerable.Organizers claim the Orlando rally has sold out a 20,000-seat arena, with many more to gather outside, ...

International »

China warns US against opening ME 'Pandora's box'


AFP, Beijing :China on Tuesday warned against opening a "Pandora's box" in the Middle East after the United States announced the deployment of 1,000 additional troops to the region amid escalating tensions with Iran.Foreign Minister Wang Yi also urged Tehran to not abandon the nuclear agreement "so easily" after Iran ...

Cricket »

Shakib Al Hasan: A man born to create milestone


Talismanic all-rounder Shakib Al Hasan now won two matches for Bangladesh in this World Cup, all by alone. When most of his teammates looked inconsistent, he did it by his own almost, albeit with little support from two different men in two different games.In Bangladesh's 21-run victory over South Africa, ...

Editorial »

No development projects destroying the Sundarbans


TRANSPARENCY International Bangladesh has called upon the government to immediately suspend all controversial projects, including the Rampal Power Plant near the Sundarbans. TIB also expressed deep concern following the UNESCO's recent proposal to put the Sundarbans on the list of "World Heritage in Danger" in the proposed agenda for its ...

Cricket »

Jason Roy to miss Afghanistan, Sri Lanka games with hamstring tear


England opening batsman Jason Roy, who left the field during the team's eight-wicket win over West Indies, has been ruled out of their next two matches, against Afghanistan and Sri Lanka, an England and Wales Cricket Board release announced on Monday, 17 June.Roy had left the field during the West ...

International »

"Khashoggi death painful, stop exploiting case": Saudi Crown Prince


 AFP, Riyadh :Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman has warned against "exploiting" the murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi for political gains, in what appeared to be a veiled attack on Turkey.Turkey's ties with Saudi Arabia have come under strain since the brutal murder last October of Khashoggi in the Saudi ...

Editorial »

No end to pain and miseries of slum dwellers


LOCAL Government Division Minister on Sunday informed the National Parliament that about 6.46 lakh people were living in 3,394 slums in the capital city Dhaka. Responding to a question from a lawmaker, he said there were 1,639 slums housing 4,99,011 people in the Dhaka North City Corporation area and 1,755 ...

Entertainment »

Taylor Swift releases new single You Need To Calm Down


Singer-songwriter Taylor Swift needs us to calm down but with the release of her latest single we just can’t! The 29-year-old singer dropped her new single titled You Need To Calm Down from her upcoming studio album Lover. The artist shared the lyrical video of the song on her official ...

Cricket »

No fracture found on Mushfiqur's forearm


Bangladesh heaved a huge sigh of relief after an X-ray report revealed that Mushfiqur Rahim had no fracture on his forearm.Mushfiqur, considered as the most dependable batsman of the country, got hit on his right forearm during a batting practice session while facing a bouncer from pace bowler Mustafizur Rahman.He ...

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  1. Wage Board for journalists must be independent or Noab must withdraw
  2. Payra Power Plant activities suspended
  3. Sourav's parents receive calls, says Sohel Taj

City »

  1. General Secretary of Bangladesh Paribesh Andolon Abdul Matin speaking at a prèss conference on 'National Budget 2019-'20: Evaluation of Health and Environment' organised by different organisations including Doctors for Health and Environment in DRU auditorium on Wednesday.
  2. President, PM for preservation of environment to attain SDGs
  3. Mayor of Dhaka North City Corporation Atiqul Islam speaking at an opinion sharing meeting on 'Quality Development of BRTC Circular Bus Service in Uttara' at Bangladesh Club in the city's Uttara on Wednesday.

Editorial »

  1. Govt's machinery is broken: HC's direction is welcome but will not work
  2. Sustainable policy needed to check high inflation
  3. Dwindling Political Morality

Entertainment »

  1. Mayaboti gets uncut censor certificate
  2. Saba Saudagar hits her stride in web-series
  3. Rimu to be busy with shooting today

Sports »

  1. Murray's comeback delayed until Thursday after Queen's washout
  2. Members of Agrani High School, the champions in the BSB Foundation School Cricket Tournament with the chief guest Zahid Ahsan Russell, MP, State Minister for Youth and Sports and special guests Liakot Hossain Khoka, MP, Rabbi Mia, DC of Narayanganj District pose for a photo session at the Khan Shaheb Osman Ali Stadium in Fatullah recently. Cambrian School became runners-up in the meet. BSB Foundation arranged the cricket competition.
  3. Sharapova makes winning return in Mallorca

Football »

  1. Brazil model accusing Neymar of rape speaks to police again
  2. France detain soccer great Platini in 2022 World Cup probe
  3. Guerrero, Farfan put Peru on brink of Copa America knock-outs

Cricket »

  1. Can Tamim Iqbal again be successful against Australia?
  2. Milestone again beckons Shakib
  3. Anushka joins Kohli in England ahead of Afghanistan clash

Chittagong »

  1. Adv K R M Kairuddin Mahmud Chowdhury Hiru, President, Chattogram Lawyers' and Law Students' Society (CLLSS) speaking at a human chain in front of Chattogram DC Office to press home their 2- point demands on Tuesday.
  2. Three UPDF members arrested in Rangamati
  3. Future solution to Rohingya crisis can be found quickly

National »

  1. SREEBARDI (Sherpur): Deed writers formed a human chain in front of Sub -Registrar Office demanding withdrawal Sub -Registrar of the Upazila on Tuesday.
  2. KISHOREGANJ: District Administration and Statistics Office, Kishoreganj brought out a rally on the occasion of Agriculture Census on Sunday.
  3. NOAKHALI: Members of Coast Guard arrested top terror and robber Farid with fire arms and bullets from Solaman Bazar in Hatia Upazila on Monday.

Back Page »

  1. Turkey to push for trial of Egypt govt over Mursi death
  2. Egypt accuses UN of seeking to 'politicise' Morsi death
  3. Body formed to remove illegal vehicles from Dhaka streets: Quader

Business & Economy »

  1. Al-haj Md Anowar Hossain, Chief Adviser of Islami Commercial Insurance Co Ltd, presiding over its 128th Board of Directors Meeting at the company's head office in the city. Director AZM Shamsul Alam, Chief Executive offecer Mir Nazim Uddin Ahmed and Company Secretary Md Akhtaruzzaman, among others, were present.
  2. BD urges UAE to invest in agro processing industries
  3. Harun, Alam re-elected as Chairman, Vice-Chairman of AI

International »

  1. Trump launches 2020 bid with vow to 'keep America great'
  2. Johnson looks to cement UK leadership lead after surviving TV debate
  3. Sperm donor is child's legal father, Australian court rules

Life »

  1. Toxic Relationship
  2. Why our Fathers are Heroes
  3. Stop Overeating at Night

Literature »

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

Campus Life »

  1. DhIU holds Law Lecture on child rights in South Asia
  2. Science Fair at Milestone College
  3. Conference on Tech Innovation at DIU

Feature »

  1. SUBSERVIENCE IS NOT FREEDOM

Law and Justice »

  1. Valuation Rules and PSI Obligations
  2. Muslim Marriage & Divorce (Registration) Rules, 2009
  3. Ex-parte Decree by Artha Rin Adalat

Campus Cronical »

  1. Reduced Timetables
  2. Global Search for Education
  3. Teaching kids about sustainable living

Art & Culture »

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

SKETCH »

  1. South Korea invites the elderly to fill emptying rural schools
  2. Chawkbazar’s Iftar
  3. WOW Dhaka Festival 2019

Weekend Plus »

  1. A walk through Kolkata’s colonial past
  2. Refreshing summer coolers to keep hydrated in the scorching heat
  3. New method may help predict depression in new mothers

New Nation Supplement »

  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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