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Not just punishing the reporters but arrogance of brutalities must be dealt with

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Comprehensive economic partnership

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Kazi Zahidul Hasan :
Dhaka and New Delhi are considering signing of a Comprehensive Economic Partnership Agreement (CEPA) in order to ...

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Students under the banner of BGSRPC staged demonstration on the DU campus, demanding publication of Gazette notification on quota reform on Tuesday.  

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Publish gazette on quota reform  

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Staff Reporter :
Quota protesters on Tuesday reiterated their demand for issuance of gazette notification confirming abolition of the reservation system ...

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August 21 grenade attack verdict Oct 10

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Court Correspondent :
The Speedy Trial Tribunal-1 of Dhaka fixed October 10 to deliver the verdict of  the August 21 grenade ...

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Smart fencing project along India-BD border hits rough weather

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The Economic Times  :
NEW DELHI: In the backdrop of the launch of two pilot projects of 'smart fencing' along India's ...

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5 killed in gunfights in 3 districts

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Staff Reporter :
Five persons were killed in what the Rapid Action Battalion (RAB) called gunfights in Dhaka, Cox's Bazar and ...

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The Myanmar generals accused of 'genocide'

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AFP, Yangon :
A UN probe is calling for six members of Myanmar's military-including its commander-in-chief-to be investigated for 'genocide' against ...

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Remove Myanmar army from politics: UN

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YANGON (AFP) :
Myanmar's powerful army should be removed from politics, UN investigators said on Tuesday (Sept 18), as they released ...

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Injunction on declaring polls schedule sought

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Staff Reporter :
A petition was moved in the High Court (HC) on Tuesday seeking its directive on the Election Commission ...

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Syria downs Russian plane, Moscow blames Israel
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People must unite to establish their rights: Dr Kamal
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BNP leader Sohel arrested in city
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The fuming River Padma has already devoured several thousand acres of land, enormous houses, local trade center, government roads and both government and private educational institutions of Naria upazila. At the eleventh hour government has taken some instant initiatives in order to decrease the erosion of the furious Padma in Naria upazila. Falling 'Geo Bag' sand was seen on Tuesday as one of the primitive efforts to control the erosion of Padma.
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Mistrust prevails over holding polls under partisan govt: TIB
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Padma erosion renders 60 more families homeless
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Bernicat for inclusive election
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Cabinet okays deal for use of Ctg, Mongla ports for Indian goods shipment
By UNB, DHAKA
DUCSU election HC drops contempt hearing against DU VC
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No quota for class-I & II jobs
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Another drug trader killed in gunfight
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Two young men's bodies recovered from Buriganga
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Bangladesh least innovative country in Asia
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Quota reformists call protest rally for gazette today
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Transport owners disagree to go under six cos
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A police man carrying a placard on road safety awareness helping an old woman to pass the road near Dayaganj's Chowrasta area on Monday.
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Arrest by plainclothes men is terrorism, violation of SC direction and must cease
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Move to acquire lands in Sudan for farming
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Rivers eroding villages
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Environ pollution taking toll on lives, growth
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Free, fair election impossible under partisan Govt: Shujan
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Dr Kamal's demand not acceptable: Tofail
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Proper treatment by govt doctors impossible: BNP
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Medical board for Khaleda’s treatment in hospital
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DUCSU polls in March likely
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Public univs not money-making instts
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London Mayor Sadiq Khan calls for 2nd Brexit vote
By BBC Online
Tigers romp past hapless Lankans on night of heroes
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Tigers in commanding position against Lanka
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B Chowdhury vacillating!
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Despite students' safe road movement, some people seen trying to board a running bus risking their own lives at Shantinagar area on Saturday.
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Dr Kamal announces greater nat'l unity
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Rohingya issues to dominate UNGA meet
By UNB, DHAKA
Erosion warnings fell on deaf ears
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Medical board checked Khaleda's health Prescription on today
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DB men picked up 5 boys, families claim
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Taka depreciates by 3.77pc in last one year
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A microbus plunges into Hatirjheel Lake in city, breaking the railing of a bridge due to reckless driving on Saturday morning. No casualties were reported.
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Pvt varsities asked to submit audit report every year
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Florence is leaving heavy flooding in the Carolinas, with at least 7 dead
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