Bangladesh
Stop extortion on roads, highways: Police chief
Bangladesh’s police chief orders a zero-tolerance against extortion on roads and highways across the country ahead of the home-going rush in Eid.
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Govt working to save farmers: Food Minister
Food Minister Sadhan Chandra Majumder says that the government is working to save all farmers of the country.
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BNP invites PM to iftar party
Secretary General Mirza Fakhrul Islam Alamgir invited the prime minister on behalf of BNP acting chairman Tarique Rahman
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Enhance financial capacity of Joyeeta Foundation: PM
Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Sunday asked the authorities concerned to enhance the financial capacity of the Joyeeta Foundation as a specialised organisation. She gave the directive during a meeting
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UAE launches major campaign to assist...
More than 20 organizations in the UAE are participating together in this campaign.
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No Eid for families of forced disappearance victims
Adiba was only two and half years old when some unidentified miscreants picked her father up. She has been joining human chain protests and other demonstrations, demanding her father's safe
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New Line Clothings makes debut Monday Trading of the shares of New Line Clothings Ltd will...
Trading of the shares of New Line Clothings Ltd will commence on the bourses tomorrow (Monday) under ‘N’ category, officials said. The Dhaka Stock Exchange (DSE) trading code for the
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International
Jews warned against wearing kippah in Germany
Germany's government commissioner on anti-Semitism has warned Jews about the potential dangers of wearing the traditional kippah cap in the face of rising anti-Jewish attacks.
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The inside story of the 9 suicide bombers...
All the nine bombers were in their 20s and 30s and have been traced to two jihadist organizations -National Tawheed Jamaath (NTJ) and Jamathei Millathu Ibrahim (JMI)
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Modi, Imran speak for first time since air strikes
The leaders of India and Pakistan spoke by phone on Sunday, their offices said, in their first conversation since before tit-for-tat air strikes in February, their worst bust-up in years.
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Election violence continues in West Bengal
Violent clashes continued in India on Sunday between supporters of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's Hindu nationalist party and a regional party in the politically volatile eastern state of West Bengal,
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How will Modi handle India's economy?
Narendra Modi has secured a historic second election victory. Indian stocks and the rupee rose to welcome the news: another parliamentary majority for the BJP party could grant Mr Modi
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Trump, Abe do diplomacy over golf and sumo
US President Donald Trump kicked off the second day of a Japan visit on Sunday with a round of golf with Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, engaging in personal diplomacy aimed
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Kerala coast on high alert after IS...
The alert was sounded by Sri Lankan authorities on May 23
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Technology
Facebook removes three billion 'fake accounts'
Facebook has removed more than three billion 'fake accounts', more than ever before, during six-month period between October 2018 and March 2019. The social media giant also removed more than
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AI brings Mona Lisa 'to life' The subject of Leonardo da Vinci's famous Mona Lisa painting...
The subject of Leonardo da Vinci's famous Mona Lisa painting has been brought to life by AI researchers. The video, achieved from a single photo, shows the model in the
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'A long ride': 50 years ago, a dress rehearsal for the Moon landing
As Earth grew ever smaller below his spacecraft, Apollo 10 commander Tom Stafford made an unusual request to mission control. The year was 1969, and his vessel was the first
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Israel's attempt at a moon landing failed at the last minute on Thursday when...
Israel's attempt at a moon landing failed at the last minute on Thursday when the craft suffered an engine failure as it prepared to land and apparently crashed onto the
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Science and technology not the lone drivers of economic growth
There is a common perception that science and technology competence is the key to drive economic growth. Upon reaching middle-income status exploiting labour and raw material, developing countries are advised
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Sport
World Cup 2019
Sports - News - Prothom Alo, Latest sports news on cricket, football, tennis, athletics, and other games in Bangladesh and the world. Prothom Alo, most read news paper and site
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Tigers take on Pakistan in warm-up match in afternoon
Bangladesh are scheduled to face Pakistan on Sunday in their first of two official warm-up games ahead of the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 in England
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Win over India means little for World Cup: Taylor
New Zealand have moved to temper expectations ahead of the Cricket World Cup after their six-wicket victory over India in a warm-up match on Saturday, with conditions likely to be
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Miraz: My target is to concede less...
In England, where spinners normally get very little support and only pacers get some help from the pitch and overhead conditions, Mehedi Hasan Miraz understands his responsibility is one of
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Tigers kick off WC mission with Pakistan...
The first practice match is obviously important for the Tigers as they will definitely want to start the campaign on a high note after finishing the tri-series so well
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Women’s ‘A’ cricket team taking...
Bangladesh women’s A team in their first assignment will tour South Africa in July this year, followed by a home series against their Indian counterparts
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Tigers eye more history in Cardiff
Will Bangladesh bring more glory and script a few more memorable chapters in Cardiff? Only time will tell
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Politics
Ducsu VP Nur assaulted by ‘BCL’ men in Bogura
Dhaka University Central Students Union (Ducsu) President Nurul Haque Nur is assaulted in Bogura, allegedly by activists of Bangladesh Chhatra League (BCL).
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PM to visit Japan May 28-31
Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina will visit Japan from May 28-31 at the official invitation of Japanese Premier Shinzo Abe.
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Lok Sabha elections manifest success of democracy in India: BNP
Bangladesh Nationalist Party senior leader Amir Khosru Mahmud Chowdhury on Friday said democracy upheld through the 17th Lok Sabha elections in India as people had...
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New civic forum finds no accountability anywhere
A newly floated civic forum, Nagarik Nirapatta Jote, on Saturday said the rights situation in Bangladesh was deteriorating and most of the government institutions were...
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Farmers being deprived due to govt’s wrong policy: Fakhrul
BNP Secretary General Mirza Fakhrul Islam Alamgir says the farmers are being deprived of fair price of their paddy due to the government’s “wrong policy and corruption.”
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Business
Trump slams Japan for trade advantage over US
US President Donald Trump urged Japanese business leaders on Saturday to increase their investment in the United States while he chided Japan for having a “substantial edge” on trade that
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Ninh Binh: A place for all seasons in Vietnam
Ninh Binh is one of the most spectacular places on earth to visit.
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Withholding tax: NBR detects evasion of Tk 13.5 billion
The income tax wing has detected through field visits the evasion of withholding tax viz. deduction of tax at source worth Tk 13.50 billion this fiscal by different public and
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Editorial
Set example by taking prompt action against 51 accused RAJUK staff
51 officers and employees of the RAJUK have been held responsible for irregularities leading to the devastating fire of FR Tower in Banani, Dhaka
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An emotionally charged election
Does Modi’s win signal a progressive India?
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Crops and the silence of the state
Here are some recent headlines of the country with the fastest growing bracket of wealthy people: ‘Bumper aman crop, farmers crestfallen,’ Bumper harvest of winter vegetables, farmers frustrated,’ ‘Bumper watermelon
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The ascetic turned king
When Prime Minister Narendra Modi equated himself to a fakir, a religious ascetic, he was only understating his larger than life persona that had created electoral history. In his first
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What effect Modi’s victory will have on Bangladesh?
The general election of India, the biggest democracy in the world, has just ended and people worldwide are awaiting the results. The exit polls indicate that BJP is coming to
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Entertainment
Dardenne brothers win best director at Cannes
Dardenne brothers win best director at Cannes Belgium's Dardenne brothers, already Cannes legends, with two Palme d'Or prizes under their belt, added to their tally on Saturday with the best
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Beecham bags Cannes' best actress award
Britain's Emily Beecham has been catapulted into the movie big time by winning best actress at the Cannes film festival for playing an enigmatic scientist in "Little Joe". Beecham, who
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Banderas wins Cannes 'best actor'
Hollywood actor Antonio Banderas has portrayed Zorro and Pablo Picasso but he is above all the go-to actor of Oscar-winning director Pedro Almodovar, who launched his hugely successful film career
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Tarantino’s Hollywood hound takes home Palm Dog award
The hefty American pitbull who wolfed down cans of tinned rat in Quentin Tarantino’s new movie ‘Once Upon A Time... In Hollywood’ won the Palm...
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Health
Health and life insurance for Sajida Foundation
As part of SAJIDA Foundation’s continuous and dedicated efforts to prioritize the health and wellbeing of SAJIDA’s employees, the Foundation has introduced Health and Life Insurance for all full-time staff,
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Egg yolk precursor protein regulates mosquitos’ attraction to humans
Feeding mosquitoes sugar makes them less attracted to humans, a response that is regulated by the protein vitellogenin, according to a
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Life style
Istanbul's musical ferry can be a soulful experience
It's already one of the world's most original commutes -- the ferry trip between Istanbul's European and Asian sides gives a daily quarter of a million passengers unforgettable views on
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Small tweaks help to live healthy
Fitness is very important. But any drastic change you make in your lifestyle will not be sustainable
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Eid and the joys of childhood
Prothom Alo's Shumana Sharmin reminisceses about Eid during her childhood, the food, the fun, the thril of new clothes and more
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