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Menon skips 14-party alliance meeting

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Staff Reporter :Workers Party President Rashed Khan Menon, who said that people could not vote in 11th parliamentary polls, skipped ...

42 fishermen including 2 cops jailed for catching, carrying hilsa

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Staff Reporter :Catching of mother hilsa fish is still going on despite the government's 22-day ban on netting any ilish ...

Bank accounts transaction of Omar Faruq, his wife, children suspended

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Staff Reporrter :The National Board of Revenue (NBR) has suspended the bank account transactions of Omar Faruq Chowdhury, who was ...

ACC sues expelled JL leaders Khaled, GK Shamim

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Staff Reporter  :Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) on Monday filed two separate cases against expelled Organizing Secretary of Jubo League Khaled Mahmud ...

232 wild animal hides seized by RAB: 2 sent to jail

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Staff Reporter :Two hundred  thirty two hides of different wild animals seized by a mobile court of Rapid Action Battalion ...

Tigers go on first-ever strike

By UNB, DHAKA

Bangladesh's top cricketers on Monday announced that they will abstain from all cricket-related activities until their 11-point demand, including a ...

Plunderers must be hauled up and way for change must be found out

By Editorial Desk

Bangladesh Power Development Board has submitted a proposal for bulk power price hike to the Energy Regulatory Commission to offset ...

2.25km now visible as 15th span installed

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Staff Reporter :A total of 2.25 kilometres of Padma Bridge is now visible after its 15th span was installed at ...

Abrar called out of his room as per Monir's direction

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Staff Reporter :SM Nasmus Sadat, one of the accused in Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology (BUET) student Abrar Fahad ...

Biplob's brother in-law missing!

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The brother-in-law of Biplob Chandra Baidya Shuvo, whose Facebook account was hacked to spread religious slur triggering deadly clashes in ...

Seven to die for killing woman after rape

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Staff Reporter :A district tribunal on Tuesday sentenced seven people to death for killing a woman after rape in Akkelpur ...

Trudeau's Liberals win Canada vote, will form minority govt

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AFP, Ottawa :Prime minister Justin Trudeau's Liberal Party held onto power in a nail-biter of a Canadian general election on ...

Papon sees conspiracy

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Sports Reporter :President of Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) Nazmul Hassan Papon said, " We need to find out the conspirators." ...

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Abrar called out of his room as per Monir's direction

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Staff Reporter :
SM Nasmus Sadat, one of the accused in Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology (BUET) student Abrar Fahad murder case, has confessed to a magistrate that he and some other students of his batch called the victim out of his room as per directives of another accused Moniruzzaman Monir. "But I didn't beat Abrar on October 7," Sadat, a batch-17 student of BUET, said in his confessional statement before the court on Tuesday.
Dhaka Metropolitan Magistrate Sarafuzzaman Ansary recorded the statement after Detective Branch (DB) Inspector Md Wahiduzzaman,    the Investigation Officer (IO) of the case, produced Sadat before his court. In his statement, Sadat told the magistrate that Abrar was brought to room No. 2011 of Sher-e-Bangla Hall on October 6. Then seniors from batches 15 and 16 of ...Read the full news

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Killing by police and filing case against five thousand people are not solutions


At least four people were killed and more than a hundred others injured on Tuesday as religious men clashed with police in Bhola's Borhanuddin upazila over a hate conversation spread through Facebook and messenger. At one stage of the clash that broke out around 10:30am, law enforcers had to fire ...

Football »

'Gentle giant' Lukaku thriving at Inter Milan after Man United flop


AFP, Milan :Italian coach Antonio Conte has made his "gentle giant" Romelu Lukaku the focus of Inter Milan's attack this season where the striker has found his scoring touch again after leaving Manchester United.The Belgian got off the mark in his first league match against Lecce and has since scored ...

Football »

Sheffield United beat Arsenal 1-0 in Premier League


AP, Sheffield :Arsenal slumped to a 1-0 loss at promoted Sheffield United on Monday in the Premier League, upping the pressure on coach Unai Emery after another performance void of creativity and flair.Lys Mousset took advantage of poor defending from a corner to tap in from close range in the ...

City »

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina addressing a discussion at Krishibid Institution, Bangladesh in the city's Khamarbari on Tuesday marking National Safe Road Day.


International »

Trump says ‘small’ number of US troops remain in Syria


AFP, Washington :President Donald Trump said Monday that a "small" number of U.S. troops will remain in Syria amid blistering criticism from lawmakers in both parties who have denounced his previous decision to withdraw American forces."I'm trying to get out of wars. We may have to get in wars, too," ...

International »

Netanyahu fails to form govt before deadline, opportunity for rival


AP, Jerusalem :Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu informed Israel's president Monday he could not form a new government following deadlocked September elections, making way for his opponent Benny Gantz to try.The decision was an important defeat for Netanyahu as he seeks to continue his tenure as Israel's longest-serving prime minister, but ...

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PANCHBIBI (Joypurhat): Farmers at Joypurhat passing busy time preparing fields for potato cultivation. This snap was taken from Gangaprosad village yesterday.


Business & Economy »

Mohammad Ali, DMD of Islami Bank Bangladesh Limited, speaking at a View Exchange & Discussion meeting of Rural Development Scheme (RDS), organized by Rajshahi Zone of the bank at its Pabna Branch premises on Saturday. Md. Kawsar ul Alam, Rajshahi Zonal head, M Jubayer Azam Halali, EVP of the bank and local elites were also present.


Entertainment »

Pooja Zunjar, new born baby die as family fails to get ambulance


Pooja Zunjar, a 25-year-old Marathi actress, and her newborn baby died within hours of birth in Maharashtra's Hingoli district on Sunday due to the unavailability of an ambulance.  Relatives of the deceased actress claimed - she would have been alive had they managed to get an ambulance in time.  The ...

Editorial »

Government has to take blame for mismanagement in WASA


The Parliamentary Standing Committee on Public Undertakings has expressed utmost dissatisfaction over Dhaka Water Supply and Sewerage Authority for its failure in providing safe drinking water to citizens, dealing with the waterlogging problem and alleged widespread corruption of its officials. The JS body asked the Dhaka WASA managing director to ...

Cricket »

Rashid taken with first pick in Hundred draft as Gayle misses out


Afghanistan star Rashid Khan became the first player selected in The Hundred draft, but West Indies legend Chris Gayle wasn't selected for next year's tournament.Rashid has enjoyed a superb start to his international career, with 81 wickets at 12.03 in Twenty20 making him ideal for the new eight-team UK-based competition ...

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Andy Murray jokes 'I need to get back on the road' after European Open win


Andy Murray said he would reassess his goals after a "surprise" win at the European Open, and joked that he needed to get back on tour to stop his family growing too large.The Scot, 32, had hip surgery in January and won his first title in two years in Antwerp ...

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Faria in new TVC after two years


Sheikh Arif Bulbon :Viewers’ choice model and actress Faria Shahrin has returned to country few days ago after completing Honours in Media Marketing from Asia Pacific University of Malaysia. According to her, from now she will remain in country and will work in media regularly. She has already started work. ...

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Beijing says no one can stop Taiwan ‘reunification’


AFP, Beijing :China's defence minister made an uncompromising call Monday for the "reunification" of Taiwan with the mainland, telling a high level defence forum that the process was something "no force" could stop.Self-ruled Taiwan is viewed by China as a renegade province which will eventually be unified with the mainland, ...

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US troops in Syria heading to Iraq, not home as Trump claims


AP, Kabul :While President Donald Trump insists he's bringing home Americans from "endless wars" in the Mideast, his Pentagon chief says all U.S. troops leaving Syria will go to western Iraq and the American military will continue operations against the Islamic State group.They aren't coming home and the United States ...

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. Plunderers must be hauled up and way for change must be found out
  2. 2.25km now visible as 15th span installed
  3. Abrar called out of his room as per Monir's direction

City »

  1. Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina addressing a discussion at Krishibid Institution, Bangladesh in the city's Khamarbari on Tuesday marking National Safe Road Day.
  2. Strengthening cultural ties between Bangladesh and India underscored
  3. Participants at a seminar on 'The Journey to Age Equality-2019' organised by Forum for the Rights of the Elderly-Bangladesh at the Jatiya Press Club on Tuesday.

Editorial »

  1. Awareness needed among drivers and passengers to check fatal accidents
  2. Killing by police and filing case against five thousand people are not solutions
  3. The Nexus

Entertainment »

  1. 'Pagalpanti' trailer is full of madness
  2. Shraddha represents India at EXPO 20-20
  3. Sanjay Dutt always makes time for his family

Sports »

  1. Bangladesh Modern Pentathlon team to leave for America today
  2. Brexit will boost South African cricket: du Plessis
  3. Federer celebrates 1,500th match with Basel breeze

Football »

  1. Brescia's Dimitri Bisoli (left) and Fiorentina's Franck Ribery in action during their Italian Serie A soccer match between Brescia and Fiorentina at the Mario Rigamonti stadium in Brescia, Italy on Monday.
  2. Rapinoe named but Modric, Neymar miss out on Ballon D'Or shortlist
  3. 'Gentle giant' Lukaku thriving at Inter Milan after Man United flop

Cricket »

  1. BCCI out as ICC forms new working group
  2. Corruption claim deepens Bangladesh cricket crisis after strike
  3. India inflict innings defeat on South Africa in 3rd Test

Chittagong »

  1. Growing success in guava cultivation
  2. Ctg Airport road to be named after Sheikh Hasina
  3. Traffic jam at Chattogram has turned worse day by day . This picture was taken from WASA Point yesterday.

National »

  1. PANCHBIBI (Joypurhat): Farmers at Joypurhat passing busy time preparing fields for potato cultivation. This snap was taken from Gangaprosad village yesterday.
  2. Professional skill of drivers, obeying traffic rules for reducing road accidents stressed
  3. TONGI: Freshers' reception and cultural programme was arranged by Modern Medical Institute marking the 10th founding anniversary of the Institute on Saturday.

Back Page »

  1. Govt alone can't ensure road safety: PM
  2. Negligence about human life won't be tolerable
  3. DSE hits 3-yr low

Business & Economy »

  1. M. Shahidul Islam, Managing Director of Shahjalal Islami Bank Limited, handing over a cheque to Sajida Rahman Danny, President of Parents Forum for Differently Able (PFDA), at the bank's head office in the city on Tuesday. PFDA is mainly a non-government organization, working for eradicating Autism, Cerebral Palsy Down syndrome as well as intellectual & Neurological Disabilities from the Country. Top officials from both the sides were also present.
  2. ECNEC approves five projects involving Tk 46.37b
  3. Tipu urges India to remove trade barriers

International »

  1. Egypt's options dwindle as Nile talks break down
  2. Lebanon cabinet fast-tracks reforms as protests rage on
  3. All-female spacewalk duo set sights on Moon

Life »

  1. Danger of relying on intuition
  2. Abnormal Uterine Bleeding
  3. It's Not Easy Being Green

Literature »

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

Campus Life »

  1. 4 DU students get Prof Nazma Begum Trust Fund Scholarship
  2. JnU celebrates 14th Founding Anniversary
  3. Nat'l 'Language League 2019' at NSU

Feature »

  1. SUBSERVIENCE IS NOT FREEDOM

Law and Justice »

  1. Notice will be dispensed with if title of the landlord denied
  2. In case of failure of the borrower, 3rd party mortgage to be auctioned
  3. Code of Civil Procedure

Campus Cronical »

  1. From Bangladesh to the UK: A FameLabber's journey
  2. Writing a Personal Statement
  3. World Poverty Day

Art & Culture »

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

SKETCH »

  1. Month-long Science Film Festival 2019 kicks off
  2. Month-long exhibition on Sheikh Hasina at Shilpakala Academy
  3. Rafiqul’s print exhibition Transformation at AFD

Weekend Plus »

  1. These yoga poses are excellent for gut
  2. Blueberry Parfait
  3. Simple hacks to beautify bedroom space

New Nation Supplement »

  1. Crown Prince Mohammad Bin Salman Bin Abdul Aziz Al Saud
  2. Saudi Arabia serves the Global Islamic Community
  3. Message of His Excellency Charged’ Affairs
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