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Attack on Japan same as on US

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AFP :The United States' most senior military officer on Friday said North Korea understands that an any attack on Japan ...

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Jt exercises could send Korea tensions soaring again

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AFP :After North Korea and the United States traded bellicose threats of nuclear conflagration, all eyes will be on an ...

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PM condemns Barcelona terror attack

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UNB, Dhaka :Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Friday strongly condemned the terror attack carried out in Barcelona and other Spanish ...

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Unsustainable river management behind BD's flood: IFC

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UNB,  Dhaka :Leaders of the International Farakka Committee (IFC) on Friday described excessive floods and acute water scarcity faced by ...

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Overall flood situation likely to improve

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BSS, Dhaka :Though the Ganges-Padma rive is in the rising trend, the flood situation may improve in the country as ...

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1 more Hajj flight cancelled, 2 rescheduled

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Satff Reporter :Biman Bangladesh on Friday cancelled one more Hajj flight due to pilgrims shortage. So far 24 Hajj flights ...

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Thousands of people waiting in queue at Kamalapur Railway Station Counter to buy Eid advance tickets on Friday.

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Sacrificial cattle markets captured by syndicates

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Reza Mahmud :Syndicates have captured the sacrificial cattle markets in the city ahead of Eid-ul-Azha.A trader said that he got ...

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Imran H Sarker came under ‘attack’ again

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banglanews24.com :Another attack attempt was carried out on Ganajagaran Mancha spokesman Imran H Sarker and his supporters in city’s Shahbagh ...

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Australia Cricket team arrives in city

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Sports Reporter :Australia National Cricket team arrived in the city on Friday night to play two Test matches against their ...

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Mainor girl raped in Kishoreganj: rapist held

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UNB, Kishoreganj :Members of Rapid Action Battalion (Rab) on Friday morning arrested a young man from Boyra village in Khaliajuri ...

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Policy for ride-sharing service providers soon

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Badrul Ahsan  :The government is likely to complete formulation of a policy guideline for ride- sharing operators and vehicles soon ...

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Police must not lose its credibility

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Editorial Desk :A suspected suicide bomber of "Neo JMB" was killed during an anti-militancy operation at a city hotel on ...

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Sleepless night by shelter seekers

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Staff Reporter  :
Railway trucks on the eastern side of the Bangabandhu Bridge submerged dilinking the communications with Jamalpur following continued rise of floodwater since Wednesday.
The onrush of water also collapsed some chunks of Tarakandi-Tangail road snapping road and railway communications with south, west and north districts, officials said on Thursday.      
Abdul Quader, Bhuapur railway stationmaster on Thursday said the train communication remains suspended for an indefinite period.  
"As water level in the Jamuna river registered a rise, the route has become unfit for train movement in Kalibari area of Sarishabari upazila due to the continuous downpour and floodwater. When the Jamuna river water     will be receding, the railway communications will be resorted," he said.   
Besides, panic ran high among thousands of people who along with their families took refuge on embankments, in schools or tents on higher ground as they ...Read the full news

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Import is not enough; make sure people get rice at low cost


THE country is apparently facing acute food shortage; which is evident from a government decision to increase food grains import to 20 lakh tonnes this year from earlier announced import at 11 lakh tonnes. The cause of the sudden rise in import is that the country has lost over 20 ...

Entertainment »

Friends & Family bring in Sangeeta Ahir`s birthday with a bang


Even though once and still considered a taboo, Suicide and depression are rarely the theme of films in Indian cinema. Depression is alarmingly rising in the youth and adults in India making it a major cause of concern. Depression is usually caused by traumatic experiences, bad relationships, anxiety, and low ...

International »

Civilian deaths surge in Raqqa as IS tactics slow US-backed advances


VOA News :As U.S.-backed forces continue to make slow progress in their offensive to oust Islamic State (IS) from its self-proclaimed capital of Raqqa, thousands of civilians who are trapped in the city face an increasing danger of getting caught in crossfire, rights organizations and local activists warn.Officials from the ...

City »

Ameer of Islami Andolon Bangladesh Mufti Syed Muhammad Rejaul Karim, Pirshaheb Charmonai addressing a rally organised in front of its office in the city by Islami Shashantantra Chhatra Andolon on Friday in protest against effort to snatch independence of judiciary.


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Editorial »

Weak construction of highways and public safety


MOST of the national highways and local roads are severely battered now by torrential recent rains, floods and from lack of regular maintenance. They are in a dilapidated condition - much to the worries of holidaymakers ahead of Eid-ul-Azha. The pothole worries not only linked to unrelenting jams resulting from ...

Cricket »

Sri Lankan Cricket President Thilanga Sumathipala (left) speaks as Chief Selector Sanath Jayasuriya watches during a media briefing ahead of the One-Day International cricket match series against India in Colombo, Sri Lanka on Wednesday.


Entertainment »

Kriti Sanon unleash her Bitti avatar


'Bareilly Ki Barfi' is undoubtedly one of the most awaited films of the year. The refreshing and pleasing storyline has got everyone hooked to witness the drama that unfolds in this small town set film. What has got everyone intrigued is the lead character of the film, 'Bitti'. As we ...

International »

Flood marooned people in Indian states, eases in Nepal


AP, Lucknow :Monsoon flooding is easing in Nepal, but the water flowing downriver has worsened floods in northern India and marooned thousands of villagers across the border, officials said Thursday.The existing flood situation was aggravated in Uttar Pradesh state after three rivers became swelled with the waters from Nepal, said ...

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BNP Secretary General Mirza Fakhrul Islam Alamgir speaking at a discussion marking 18th death anniversary of former Secretary General of BNP Barrister Abdus Salam Talukder at a function organised by 'Barrister Abdus Salam Talukder Smrity Sangsad' at the Jatiya Press Club on Thursday.


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Even people from West Bengal are coming for shelter


THE flood situation is aggravating as the water levels in major rivers and their tributaries in the north and northeast are still rising or not showing enough sign of slow down. Government has ignored flood warning only to be caught unguarded by scarcity of arrangement to save affected people. Over ...

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Fears for 600 still missing in Sierra Leone floods


AFP, Srinagar :Indian and Chinese troops clashed briefly on a disputed area of land in the Himalayas, officials said Wednesday, exacerbating tensions during a months-long standoff between the two armies.Chinese troops threw stones at Indian soldiers near Pangong Lake, a major tourist attraction in the picturesque mountain region of Ladakh ...

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Thailand's Rojnaree Taweechai (right) battles for control the ball with Indonesia's Ivy Nernie Priscilla at the women's water polo round robin during South East Asian Games in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia on Wednesday.


Entertainment »

Shabnam on her birthday


Entertainment Report :Today is the birthday of legendary film actress Shabnam. Last year she lost her husband noted music composer and director Robin Ghosh. After losing husband Shabnam has been passing lonely days. Her only son Roni Ghosh most of the time stays outside the country due to his professional ...

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Bangladesh Awami League organised a memorial meeting on the occasion of the National Mourning Day and 42nd martyrdom anniversary of Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman at the Bangabandhu International Conference Centre in the city yesterday.


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Participants at the prayers session at Dhakeshwari Jatiya Mandir on Tuesday on the occasion of National Mourning Day.


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Front Page »

  1. Thousands of people waiting in queue at Kamalapur Railway Station Counter to buy Eid advance tickets on Friday.
  2. Sacrificial cattle markets captured by syndicates
  3. Imran H Sarker came under ‘attack’ again

City »

  1. Ameer of Islami Andolon Bangladesh Mufti Syed Muhammad Rejaul Karim, Pirshaheb Charmonai addressing a rally organised in front of its office in the city by Islami Shashantantra Chhatra Andolon on Friday in protest against effort to snatch independence of judiciary.
  2. Milestone College observes National Mourning Day
  3. NU postpones degree, certificate course exams for flood

Editorial »

  1. Doctors' must prioritise on their moral and professional obligations first
  2. Import is not enough; make sure people get rice at low cost
  3. Readers’ Forum

Entertainment »

  1. Satrajit is elated to work with Mir
  2. Riya Sen ties the knot with
  3. Friends & Family bring in Sangeeta Ahir`s birthday with a bang

Sports »

  1. Rugby trainer, referee course inaugurated
  2. Asian Games Indonesia race against time with pride on the line
  3. Smith backs Khawaja's Test return in Bangladesh

Football »

  1. Videoton's Stopira (center) runs with the ball past Partizan Belgrade's Seydouba Soumah (left) and Partizan Belgrade's Marko Jevtovic during their Europa League play off first leg soccer match in Belgrade, Serbia on Thursday.
  2. Ronaldo nominated for FIFA player award
  3. U-14 National Women's Football Championship to start on Aug 20

Cricket »

  1. Tharanga's Sri Lanka seek redemption against India
  2. Root, Cook make centuries in England's 1st day-night test
  3. Bangladesh, England, Canada, Namibia in Group-C

Chittagong »

  1. Miscreants cut trees on CU campus
  2. Condolence meet for CUET student held
  3. Parents Care School observes Nat'l Mourning Day

National »

  1. MANIKGANJ: Daulatpur Upazila Chhatra League brought out a rally in the town marking the bomb attack in 63 districts at a time on August 17, 2005 on Thursday .
  2. MODHUKHALI(Faridpur): Farmers taking back their jute products to home from the local markets due to low price of jute. Per maund of jute was sold at Tk 1200 to 1800 . This picture was taken from Modhukhali Bazar yesterday.
  3. BOGRA: Locals trying to save Chandanbaiser-Godakhali dam at Sariakandi in Bogra as cracks developed on the dam yesterday.

Back Page »

  1. Thousands of people thronged the Gabtali bus terminal counter to buy Eid-ul-Azha advance tickets started to sale yesterday.
  2. Flood victims to be rehabilitated, says Quader
  3. 60 people killed in Congo landslide

Business & Economy »

  1. Wall Street tumbles on Spain terror, Trump policy worries
  2. BM Yousuf Ali, Managing Director and CEO of Popular Life Insurance Company Limited, presiding over the Doa mahfil on the National Mourning Day at its head office. Hasan Ahmed, Chairman of the company was present as chief guest.
  3. Asia shares extend Wall Street sell-off after Spain attack

International »

  1. Civilian deaths surge in Raqqa as IS tactics slow US-backed advances
  2. 6th Aussie politician declares duel nationality
  3. Spanish police shoot five suspects dead after terror attack kills 13 in Barcelona

Life »

  1. Amazing benefits of Noni juice
  2. Early puberty linked to less time in education
  3. Best sleep positions during pregnancy

Literature »

  1. The Twin Blue Lotus
  2. The historic Language Movement
  3. Remembering Shakespeare

Campus Life »

  1. Intra departmental moot court competition at CUB
  2. Programming competition at DIU
  3. BOU in C'wealth Youth Education Consortium

Feature »

  1. SUBSERVIENCE IS NOT FREEDOM

Law and Justice »

  1. Sentence for civil prison to judgment-debtors
  2. Circumstances leading to presumed delivery of letters, notice or summon
  3. Person wanted in criminal case can file writ-petition too

Campus Cronical »

  1. Living with roommates
  2. GMAT preparation : Prep course or independent study?
  3. What makes a university international?

Art & Culture »

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

SKETCH »

  1. This Pacific Island is caught in a global power struggle (and it’s not Guam)
  2. Fat shaming doctors may harm obese people mentally, physically
  3. Children consuming online time like junk food

Weekend Plus »

  1. Monsoon snacking: Yummy recipes for foodies
  2. How Rabindranath Tagore used Raksha Bandhan as means to prevent 1905 Bengal partition
  3. Novelist Syed Waliullah

New Nation Supplement »

  1. Appreciating Bangabandhu
  2. Bangabandhu, the poet of politics
  3. Remembering Bangabandhu
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