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Priya Saha explains her WH remarks

By bdnews24.com

Priya Saha, a beleaguered activist who works for minority rights, has stood by her remarks on the alleged persecution of ...

DIG Mizan shown arrested in bribery case


Staff Reporter :Suspended Deputy Inspector General (DIG) of Police Mizanur Rahman has been shown arrested in a case filed for ...

6 cops among 9 killed in gun attack in DI Khan


AP News :Nine people, including three civilians and six policemen, died in two back-to-back attacks in Dera Ismail Khan on ...

Flood water peeping around Dhaka

By Special Correspondent

Though all the major rivers of the country are in falling trend except the Padma, the water level in the ...

As a civilised people we should know that truth is unforgiving of lies and liars

By Editorial Desk

It is unbelievable that in free Bangladesh the people will not be free of fear of government. As if some ...

Over 100 lawyers to provide legal aid to Minni


Staff Reporter  :Over one hundred lawyers stationed in Dhaka will provide legal assistance to Aysha Siddika Minni, wife of Rifat ...

Dengue spreading fast: 22 dead


Md Joynal Abdin Khan with Abdul Alim :The number of death of dengue patients has increased across the country alarmingly ...

43 convicts file appeals with HC


Staff Reporter :Forty-three convicts on Sunday filed three separate appeals with the High Court (HC) seeking acquittal of the charges ...

2 sedition cases against Priya Saha in Dhaka dismissed


Court Correspondent :Two sedition cases filed here against Priya Saha, who raised allegations of minority torture in Bangladesh during a ...

70 DAGs appointed


Staff Reporter :The government on Sunday appointed 70 lawyers of the Supreme Court in the posts of Deputy Attorney Generals ...

Conflict over drug dealing: Locals

By bdnews24.com

Refat Sharif, the victim of the much-publicised daylight murder in Barguna, along with his assailants Nayon Bond and Rifat Forazi ...

Minni's bail plea rejected


Staff Reporter :A Barguna court on Sunday rejected the bail petition of Aysha Siddika Minni in connection with the murder ...

Chancellor Hammond to quit if Johnson becomes PM

By BBC Online

Philip Hammond has told the BBC he intends to resign as chancellor if Boris Johnson becomes the UK's next PM.He ...


Dengue spreading fast: 22 dead


Md Joynal Abdin Khan with Abdul Alim :
The number of death of dengue patients has increased across the country alarmingly in recent days.
At least 22 people died in last seventh months this year, while the figure of dengue death was five during the correspondent period of the previous year, Mirzadi Sabrina, Director of Institute of Epidemiology Control and Research (IEDCR), told The New Nation on Saturday evening.
"A total of 3,461 people were infected by dengue in last 18 days, while 1,770 infected in June and 184 in May this year. The total infected patients were recorded around 10,000 last year," she said, quoting a survey report of the Directorate General of Health Services (DGHS).
Meanwhile, a research report of ICDDR,B conducted in last two years, claimed that the repellent medicine ...Read the full news

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Editorial »

Taking law in own hand is an ominous sign

MOBS beat to death five people, including two women, and injured 10 others on suspicion of being child kidnappers across the country on Saturday. The incidents happened just a day after three people were beaten by a mob in Thakurgaon. Incidents of mob beating have increased even after the Bridges ...

International »

Abe on course to retain majority in upper house election

AFP, Tokyo :Japanese voters cast ballots Sunday in an upper house election, with Shinzo Abe's ruling bloc looking to protect its majority and keep on track plans to amend the country's pacifist constitution.The 64-year-old Abe, who is on course to become Japan's longest-serving prime minister, is also hoping to shore ...

Entertainment »

Mehazabien, Tawsif, Sabila Nur’s Eid drama Better half

Entertainment Report :Few days ago, a drama titled Swapno Dekhi Abaro, directed by Mahmudur Rahman Himi, was made with theme given by popular TV actress Mehazabien Chowdhury. Mehazabien also acted in this play against Shamol Mawla which will be telecasted in upcoming Eid. This time Imraul Rafat has made an ...

Editorial »

Administrative control over ACC only to happy the corrupts

ANTI-GRAFT campaigner Transparency International Bangladesh (TIB) has expressed deep concern and extreme disappointment over the government's decision for making Deputy Commissioners as authorised officers to oversee the Anti-Corruption Commission's work in the districts. The move will undoubtedly restrict the ACC's ability to fight graft and proper investigation into allegations of ...

Sports »

Penny drops for Canada's teen swim queen Oleksiak

Canada's Penny Oleksiak insists she has finally left the "weirdness" of capturing Olympic swimming gold at the tender age of 16 after finally recovering from a lengthy Rio hangover. Oleksiak, who is preparing for the world championships which begin in South Korea this weekend, stunned the sport when she dead-heated ...

International »

Thousands rally in support of Hong Kong police

AP, Hong Kong :Tens of thousands of people rallied in support of Hong Kong's police and pro-Beijing leadership on Saturday, a vivid illustration of the polarisation coursing through the city after weeks of anti-government demonstrations.Hong Kong has been rocked by more than a month of huge and largely peaceful protests-as ...

International »

US offers $7m to find Hezbollah agent as Pompeo visits Argentina

AFP, Buenos Aires :The United States on Friday offered a $7 million reward to find a Hezbollah operative accused of masterminding a deadly 1994 attack on a Jewish center in Buenos Aires, as Secretary of State Mike Pompeo sought to unite Latin American nations against the militants.Pompeo visited to mark ...

Entertainment »

Shilpa Shetty to return to the big screen after twelve years

Shilpa Shetty is all set to make a comeback on the big screen after a gap of twelve years. The actress was last seen in Dharmendra, Sunny and Bobby Deol starrer Apne (2007). Before jetting off on a holiday with family, Shilpa has green lit filmmaker Aziz Mirza's son Haroon ...

Editorial »

Corruption in WASA crosses all limits

THE Anti Corruption Commission has identified eight projects and three areas in Dhaka WASA where corruption takes place. The State enterprise keeps extending deadlines and increasing the costs of its projects to create room for corruption. In many cases, WASA did not carry out its work as per project designs ...

International »

UN reaches agreement with Yemen rebels to resume food deliveries

AFP, United Nations :The World Food Program has reached an agreement in principle with Yemen's Huthi rebels to resume food aid to areas they control, the agency's chief said on Thursday.Malnutrition is widespread in Yemen after four years of civil war, but the UN suspended deliveries of food aid to ...

Entertainment »

Shabnam Parvin’s Hurmoti film to be released after Eid

Entertainment Report :Viewers’ choice popular actress Shabnam Parvin has made a movie titled Hurmoti which is based on her own written story. Shabnam Parvin herself played the title role in the movie. Al Monjur wrote dialogue while script was also written by Shabnam Parvin herself. Shabnam Parvin informed that against ...

Editorial »

China funded projects: Delay would create problems

A JOINT working group has been formed to probe the slow progress of the 27 projects involving around $20 billion that China had agreed to provide during President Xi Jinping's Dhaka visit in October 2016. China has so far disbursed only $981.36 million -- less than 5 percent of the ...

Football »

Infantino reacts to Blatter criticism over Africa cleanup

AP, Cairo :FIFA president Gianni Infantino hit back at Sepp Blatter's criticism of the world soccer body's cleanup operation in Africa as a modern-day form of "colonialism."Infantino response on Thursday was: "I have to laugh about it."Blatter, the former head of FIFA who is serving a six-year ban from soccer, ...

City »

A vital portion of highway in Uttara near Armed Police Office is in dilapidated condition where big potholes and cracks following incessant rains for the last few days and works relating to metro-rail project, other development works. This photo was taken on Thursday.

International »

US against any country purchasing Russia's S-400 defence system: Pentagon

PTI, Washington :The US is keen to make its defence partnership with India stronger, the Pentagon has said, but made it clear that it is against any country purchasing military equipment, including the S-400 missile defence system from Russia, that is designed to counter America's sophisticated fifth-generation aircraft.The remarks by ...

Front Page »

  1. Dengue spreading fast: 22 dead
  2. 43 convicts file appeals with HC
  3. 2 sedition cases against Priya Saha in Dhaka dismissed

City »

  1. Director General of Bangladesh Water Development Board (BWDB) Engineer Md Mahfuzur Rahman speaking as Chief Guest at the Foundation Training Course of newly-appointed assistant engineers at BWDB Training Institute yesterday.
  2. Bangladesh Teachers' Association organised a press conference demanding nationalisation of Higher Secondary Education at the Jatiya Press Club yesterday
  3. A Doa Mahfil seeking early recovery of Dr Tawfiq Nawaz, a lawyer and a member of the Board of Trustees of Transparency International Bangladesh (TIB) was held at Madinatul Ulum Hafezia Madrasa adjacent to Gulistan Central Mosque in the city yesterday. Dhaka Metropolitan South Jubo League Vice-president Muhammad Mahbubur Rahman Palash and former central leader of the Chhatra League Salah Uddin Shikder were present on the occasion.

Editorial »

  1. Police can't force anyone to confess!
  2. Taking law in own hand is an ominous sign
  3. Dependable Partner

Entertainment »

  1. Affri Selina’s two Eid dramas
  2. Revealing look of Kriti Kharbanda from mystery thriller Chehre
  3. Aruna Biswas busy with Censor Board

Sports »

  1. General Secretary of Bangladesh Amateur Wrestling Federation Tabiur Rahman speaking at a press conference at Dhaka Metropolis Football League Committee conference room in the Bangabandhu National Stadium on Sunday.
  2. Clanton, Suwannapura win LPGA Tour team event
  3. Yang Jian wins men's 10-meter platform title

Football »

  1. Real Madrid ready to move Welsh star Bale
  2. Nketiah strikes again in Arsenal's 3-0 friendly win over Fiorentina
  3. Bayern steal spotlight with 3-1 friendly win in Hazard's Real debut

Cricket »

  1. Richardson defends using boundaries to decide World Cup final
  2. BCB waits Zimbabwe's clearance to organise tri-nation series
  3. Duminy to play for Rajshahi Kings in BPL

Chittagong »

  1. Misappropriation of money, ex-bank manager held
  2. Chairman of Chattogram Port Authority Rear Admiral Zulfiqar Aziz attended a view exchange meeting with journalists in the conference room of the Port Bhaban on Saturday.
  3. Members of Coast Guard recovered 35,000 Yabas from Teknaf yesterday.

National »

  1. SYLHET: Mahmud -us -Samad Chowdhury MP and Mustaquar Rahman Mofu, Chairman, Balaganj Upazila distributing relief materials among flood affected people at Radhakona village on Saturday.
  2. NILPHAMARI: Shop Owners' Association, Nilphamari District Unit arranged a protest meeting at Municipal Market on Saturday against the decision of local chamber leaders to arrange month- long Trade Fair before Eid- ul- Azha.
  3. KISHOREGANJ: Fisheries Directorate and Kishoreganj District Administration brought out a rally on the occasion of the National Fisheries Week recently. Dulal Chandra Sutrahar, Acting DC led the rally.

Back Page »

  1. At least 6 dead in US heat wave
  2. Fate of seized UK ship depends on crew 'coop': Iran
  3. 'Yaba trader' killed in 'gunfight'

Business & Economy »

  1. Africa poses critical challenge for World Bank, IMF
  2. US importers find ways to adapt to, skirt Trump's tariffs
  3. World Bank: 75 years as the world's financial firefighters

International »

  1. Abe on course to retain majority in upper house election
  2. Johnson is almost certain to become Britain's next PM
  3. Houston celebrates exact moment Neil Armstrong set foot on Moon

Life »

  1. Feel inspired by making it work
  2. Peer Co-Mentoring
  3. Anemia — A health problem for women and children

Literature »

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

Campus Life »

  1. Inter-university Girls' Programming Contest at NSU
  2. US embassy hosts pre-departure orientation for BD students
  3. UGC member Dr Sazzad nominated BCSCL Director

Feature »


Law and Justice »

  1. Section 55 Of The VAT Act
  2. Land-locked Property
  3. Aggrieved Can Appeal Against Judgment By 90 Days

Campus Cronical »

  1. Quick Classroom-Management
  2. Identifying Student Needs In The Early Years
  3. Gifted Learners And Career Choices

Art & Culture »

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


  1. Sunglasses are must for eye health
  2. Supporters at the gallery in ICC World Cup Cricket 2019
  3. As China’s mountains get hotter, hunt for ‘cure-all’ fungus gets harder

Weekend Plus »

  1. How climate change affects children’s health
  2. Biryani Crispy Fried or Mutton Qorma
  3. Calling all green thumbs

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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