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Clash with the judiciary will have dangerous consequences

Clash with the judiciary will have dangerous consequences

The present clash between the government and the judiciary will have dangerous consequences for both unless stopped. Any attempt to make the judiciary obliging to the government means denying

Another `WannaCry` soon?

Reuters :A newly found flaw in widely used networking software leaves tens of thousands of computers potentially vulnerable to an attack similar to that caused by WannaCry, which infected

 Trump  to have tough talks with NATO leaders

Trump to have tough talks with NATO leaders

BBC Online :US President Donald Trump is in Brussels for what his team is describing as "tough" talks with other members of the Nato military alliance.Nato has agreed to

Heat wave halved industrial output

Badrul Ahsan :Productions in factories across the country almost halved due to the sweltering heat wave now sweeping across the country, industry insiders said.High density of workers coupled with

Banani rape Nayem Ashraf confesses crime, sent to jail

Court Correspondent :A Dhaka court on Thursday sent Nayem Ashraf, one of the five accused in a case filed for allegedly raping two private university students at The Raintree

London cops stop sharing info with US after leaks

BBC Online  :Police investigating the Manchester Arena bomb attack have stopped sharing information with the US after leaks to the media, the BBC understands.UK officials were outraged when photos

Normal power supply from tomorrow

Staff Reporter :Frequent power outages now crippling the country will return to normalcy by Saturday, assured State Minister for Power, Energy and Mineral Resources Nasrul Hamid on Thursday.  The

Mother, daughter hacked to death in Feni: Two held

Staff Reporter :A woman and her minor baby were hacked to death by unidentified miscreants at East Bashikpur village in Fulgazi Upazila of Feni district on Wednesday morning.The victims

 CJ says lack of two-thirds majority to create crisis

CJ says lack of two-thirds majority to create crisis

UNB,  Dhaka :Voicing concern over the government's bid to empower Parliament to impeach the Supreme Court judges for their incapacity or misconduct, Chief Justice SK Sinha on Thursday said

Rumana, blinded by husband, graduates from law school in Canada

Rumana, blinded by husband, graduates from law school in Canada :Rumana Monzur, whose eyes were gouged out by her husband in Bangladesh, has completed her graduation from the law school at the University of British Columbia or UBC.Rumana,

Business-friendly gold import policy a must

Business-friendly gold import policy a must

Special Correspondent :Leaders of Bangladesh Jewellers' Association [BJA] have demanded that government should formulate a business-friendly policy for easing the gold import in a legal way. The BJA leaders,

 Tigers humble Kiwis

Tigers humble Kiwis

Sports Reporter :The Tigers posted   five-wicket victory over the Kiwis in their last match of the Walton Tri-Nation series at Clontarf Cricket Club Ground in Dublin, Ireland on Wednesday.Sent

90pc people have faith in judiciary:CJ

Court Correspondent :Chief Justice Surendra Kumar Sinha said Wednesday that more than 90 percent people of the country have faith in judiciary as the judges work in a disciplined

Kakrail area in peril due to digging

Kakrail area in peril due to digging

Badrul Ahsan :Road cutting in the city's Kakrail and adjacent areas has created nasty traffic jam, making life of commuters and nearby residents miserable.Slow progress in the repairing and development

3 suspected militants held in C'nawabganj

Staff Reporter  :Members of Rapid Action Battalion in separate drives arrested three suspected members of Neo-JMB from Gomostapur and Nachole upazilas under Chapainawabganj district on Wednesday.The law enforcers also recovered

Water experts didn't tell the truth: Minister

Staff Reporter :Water Resources Minister Anisul Islam Mahmud has said that no water experts gave genuine information on the recent disaster in the country's northeastern haor belt.The Minister also blamed

Mother, daughter raped in Sylhet, rapist at jail

Staff Reporter  :A teenage girl was raped twice to thrice every day by a Bangladeshi expatriate for 17 days while her mother was violated by the same man for years.The

May becomes first PM to deploy up to 5,000 soldiers on streets

The Telegraph :Theresa May's unprecedented decision to deploy up to 5,000 armed troops at key strategic sites makes her the first Prime Minister to use a new plan for a

Load-shedding back with a vengeance; 1000MW shortfall

The country experienced load-shedding of over 1000MW on Wednesday, with 400MW of the total in Dhaka alone.Officials at state-owned Power Development Board (PDB) said the amount of electricity generated was

Bomber Abedi was part of a network

Bomber Abedi was part of a network

Reuters, Manchester :The Manchester suicide bomber who killed 22 people at a concert venue packed with children was part of a network, the city's chief of police said on Wednesday

Suicide bomber kills 22, hurts 59 in Manchester concert

Suicide bomber kills 22, hurts 59 in Manchester concert

Reuters, Manchester :A suicide bomber killed at least 22 people and wounded 59 at a packed concert hall in the English city of Manchester in what Prime Minister Theresa

Heat wave costs a life

Heat wave costs a life

Staff Reporter :The blistering temperatures that persisted across the country for the last few days has crippled normal life, with the highest 37.8 degrees Celsius recorded in Jessore on Tuesday.Water

Muslim Council of Britain condemns attack

The Sun :THE Manchester suicide bombing has been condemned as "horrific" and "criminal" by the Muslim Council of Britain.At least 22 people, including children, were killed and 59 injured after

IS claims responsibility

Reuters, Cairo :Islamic State claimed responsibility for Monday's deadly attack at the Manchester Arena and said it was carried out with an explosive device planted at the concert, according to

Trump denounces attack by `evil losers`

Reuters, Bethlehem :U.S. President Donald Trump extended his condolences on Tuesday to the victims of the Manchester suicide bombing that killed 22 people and said those behind the attack were

No respite from power crisis soon

Anisul Islam Noor :Acute shortage of electricity across the country is unlikely to be bridged soon as the generation and distribution are in trouble following a grid tower collapsed early

Patients made to suffer

Staff Reporter  :Patients suffered immensely as doctors kept their private chambers closed across the country on Tuesday protesting assault on doctors and vandalism at the Central Hospital in the city

SC imposes ban on 17 judges` foreign travel

Court Correspondent : The Supreme Court administration on Monday imposed a ban on 17 judges to travel Australia, Indonesia, Saudi Arab and Thailand as the Government issued notification for their travel

Hasina shocked :Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has expressed deep shock at the Monday's suicidal attack in Manchester of the UK that killed at least 22 people, including children.Sheikh Hasina, who is

Khaleda condemns

BNP chairperson Khaleda Zia on Tuesday said those who kill innocent people by hurling bombs are not only coward, but also the enemies of mankind.In a statement, Khaleda said, "Terrorists