Headline
How to stop stressing over small things
Do you find yourself getting stressed over the smallest of things lately? Getting triggered by something as simple as your phone not connecting to its charger properly or being overwhelmed
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How Ekushey was commemorated during the Pakistan period
The Language Movement began in the immediate aftermath of the establishment of Pakistan, spurred by the demands of student organisations in the then East Pakistan. It was a crucial component
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ExxonMobil officials in Bangladesh as govt prepares March bidding round
Bangladesh government is planning to float an international tender in March for hydrocarbon exploration in the country’s maritime areas, where it would like US oil giant ExxonMobil to participate and
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FM highlights Bangladesh’s goal to have Bangla as official UN language
In a heartfelt tribute to the heroes of the 1952 Language Movement, foreign minister Hasan Mahmud on Wednesday articulated Bangladesh’s aspiration to accord Bangla the status of an official language
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Unidentified man found dead in Dhaka
Police recovered the body of an unidentified man from Topkhana Road in Segunbagicha area in Bangladesh capital Dhaka on Wednesday....
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Two killed, 10 injured in Sherpur road accident
Two people were killed and 10 others injured in a collision between a bus and a three-wheeler in Sreebardi upazila of Sherpur district early Wednesday....
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Israel pounds Gaza as US vetoes UN truce resolution
Israel kept up its deadly bombardment of war-torn Gaza on Tuesday as Washington vetoed a United Nations Security Council resolution that called for a ceasefire in the Palestinian territory, where
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Bangladesh
13-year-old's body recovered from canal in Gazipur
Police recovered the body of a 13-year-old in Kaliganj upazila of Gazipur today
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Indians and Bangladeshis pay tribute to language martyrs at no man's land of Benapole border
Hundreds of Bangla-speaking people from Bangladesh and India’s West Bengal paid tributes to the temporary Shaheed Minar on the no man’s land of Benapole International Checkpost today on the occasion
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Man, his daughter dead as bus hit motorcycle on Bangbandhu expressway
A man and his 10-year-old daughter were killed as an unidentified bus hit their motorcycle from the back on the Sheikh Mujibur Rahman Expressway along the Hasara bridge area under
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Dubai returnee arrested with over 1.6Kg gold at Chattogram airport
Customs Intelligence and Investigation Directorate detained a passenger with over 1.6 kilograms of gold at Shah Amanat International Airport in Chattogram on Wednesday....
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DGHS to scrap JS Diagnostic’s licence after child’s death
The Directorate General of Health Services is moving to revoke the licence of JS Diagnostic and Medical Check-up Centre in Dhaka’s Malibagh following the death of a child after a
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President, PM pay tributes to language martyrs
President Mohammed Shahabuddin and Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina have paid tributes to the martyrs of the historic Language Movement
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Chemical warehouses haven't shifted, wounds unhealed
Unhealed Wounds: Churihatta Fire Victims Struggle as Chemical Warehouses Remain Firmly Rooted in Old Dhaka | Two years after the devastating fire at Hazi Wahed Mansion, victims still await aid
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International
Japan sees 2.69m visitors in January, matching 2019's record pace
Japan welcomed more than 2 million visitors for an eighth consecutive month in January, official data showed on Wednesday, setting the stage for a potential record year for tourism. The
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Trump compares own legal troubles with Navalny persecution
Donald Trump on Tuesday compared his own legal troubles with the persecution of Russian opposition figure Alexei Navalny, who died in prison last week
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Palestinians describe terrifying and chaotic flight from Gaza hospital
Read about the harrowing evacuation from Gaza's Nasser Hospital as Palestinians recount their terrifying escape amidst gunfire and chaos. Survivors describe a treacherous journey to safety, facing detainment, and witnessing
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First brain chip patient can control mouse by thought
The first human patient implanted with a brain-chip from Neuralink appears to have fully recovered and is able to control a computer mouse using their thoughts, the startup’s founder Elon
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Ukraine fights Russian surge on anniversary of revolution
Ukraine said on Tuesday it was fighting off dozens of attacks, after president Volodymyr Zelensky said Russian forces were exploiting...
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Israel hits Gaza with new air strikes
Israel hit Gaza with new air strikes on Tuesday as world powers grappled with how to broker a ceasefire ahead of...
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Russian drones kill five people
Russian drone attacks killed five people from one family and damaged an industrial facility in Ukraine’s northern and central regions, local authorities said yesterday.
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Technology
Why customers are already returning Apple Vision Pro headsets
The Apple Vision Pro, heralded as the 'next big thing' in augmented reality by critics and fans alike, has begun to face a notable number of returns from early adopters,
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Lockbit’s dark web leak site seized by Intl. security agencies
LockBit's dark web leak site, where the ransomware gang publicly lists its victims and issues ransom demands, was replaced with a notice from law enforcement agencies. The National Crime Agency
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Sport
Tuchel to leave Bayern at season end
Bayern Munich have decided to end their collaboration with coach Thomas Tuchel at the end of the current season despite a contract to 2025, the club said on Wednesday.
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David, Marsh propel Australia to thrilling T20 win over New Zealand
Tim David hit a four off the last ball to give Australia a nail-biting six-wicket victory over New Zealand in the first Twenty20 international in Wellington on Wednesday.
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Alcaraz to have tests on injured ankle after Rio Open withdrawal
World number two Carlos Alcaraz is to have tests on his ankle after sustaining an injury that forced him to retire from his Rio Open first-round match against Thiago Monteiro
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Simeone sweating on Griezmann fitness after ankle injury
Atletico Madrid are hoping Antoine Griezmann's injury is nothing more than a sprained ankle after the forward was substituted in their 1-0 defeat by Inter Milan in the first leg
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No writing off Djokovic yet even as young guns gain ground
For any other player but Novak Djokovic, a below-par Australian Open at the age of 36 would have had pundits brushing up his tennis obituary. Djokovic, of course, is no
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England back under-fire Root, Bairstow to keep India series alive
England are blocking out all "external noise" to help Joe Root and Jonny Bairstow hit form and keep the series alive against India in Friday's fourth Test in Ranchi.
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ভাষা আন্দোলনে বঙ্গবন্ধু শেখ মুজিব
ভাষা আন্দোলনে বঙ্গবন্ধু শেখ মুজিব
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শেখ হাসিনাকে নাইজেরিয়ার প্রেসিডেন্টের অভিনন্দন
ঢাকা: টানা চতুর্থবার ও পঞ্চমবারের মতো বাংলাদেশের প্রধানমন্ত্রী হিসেবে নির্বাচিত হওয়ায় শেখ হাসিনাকে অভিনন্দন জানিয়েছেন
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জামিনের দিনই কবি শামীমের বিরুদ্ধে সাইবার আইনে নতুন মামলা
ময়মনসিংহ সিটি কর্পোরেশনের (মসিক) বিরুদ্ধে অপপ্রচারের অভিযোগে গ্রেপ্তার কবি ও ডিজাইনার শামীম আশরাফের জামিন মঞ্জুর করেছেন আদালত। আজ মঙ্গলবার (২০ ফেব্রুয়ারি) দুপুরে ময়মনসিংহের সিনিয়র জুলিশিয়াল ম্যাজিস্ট্রেট আদালত শুনানী শেষে তার
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‘একুশের চেতনা গণতন্ত্র ও খালেদা জিয়ার মুক্তির আন্দোলন তীব্রতর করবে’
ঢাকা: মহান শহীদ দিবস ও আন্তর্জাতিক মাতৃভাষা দিবস উপলক্ষে বিবৃতি দিয়েছেন বিএনপির মহাসচিব মির্জা ফখরুল ইসলাম আলমগীর। এতে তিনি
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‘আমার মেয়েটা আর কোনো দিন বাবা ডাকতে পারবে না’
রামকৃষ্ণ তাঁর স্ত্রী বৃষ্টিকে নিয়ে মোহাম্মদপুরের চাঁদ হাউজিং এলাকায় বসবাস করতেন। তাঁদের দুই বছরের একটি শিশুসন্তান আছে।
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একুশ মাথা নত না করতে শেখায়: প্রধানমন্ত্রী
প্রধানমন্ত্রী শেখ হাসিনা বলেছেন, একুশ (২১ ফেব্রুয়ারি) আমাদের মাথা নত না করতে শিখিয়েছে। কাজেই মাথা উঁচু করে বাঙালি জাতিকে এগিয়ে যেতে হবে। মাথা নত করে নয়, মাথা উঁচু করে আমরা
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যেসব টেস্ট করাতে গিয়ে বিপদ হতে পারে
বাংলাদেশে বেসরকারি ল্যাব এইড হাসপাতালে এন্ডোসকপি করাতে গিয়ে একজন রোগীর মৃত্যুর ঘটনায় বেশ শোরগোল চলছে। রোগীর পরিবারের তরফ থেকে অভিযোগ করা হয়েছে চিকিৎসকদের ‘অবহেলা’র কারণেই...
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ভাষা আন্দোলনের ইতিহাস নতুন প্রজন্মের মধ্যে দেশপ্রেম জাগ্রত করবে: মেয়র আতিকুল
ঢাকা: ভাষা আন্দোলনের ইতিহাস নতুন প্রজন্মের মধ্যে দেশপ্রেম জাগ্রত করবে বলেছেন, ঢাকা উত্তর সিটি করপোরেশনের (ডিএনসিসি) মেয়র মো. আতিকুল
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Business
German economy buffeted by 'perfect storm'
Germany ended 2023 in recession, shrinking by 0.3 percent, and the latest data suggest the first quarter of 2024 will see another contraction
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Less money in banks, more in people’s hands
Altogether, December saw more cash withdrawals, but this money will return to banks in the coming days after circulating in various hands
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Turkish CCI completes acquisition of Coca-Cola Bangladesh Beverages
Turkish beverage company Coca-Cola Icecek (CCI) said it has completed deal to acquire Coca-Cola Bangladesh Beverages Ltd (CCBB) for $130 million
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Editorial
Amar Ekushey: Use Bangla at all public and state levels
The 1952 Language Movement was not just a movement to establish the demand for language rather it was a great struggle to establish the self-identity of a nation
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Agencies storing citizens' data are failing them
Why can't they stop data breaches and scams?
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Ekushey cannot be consigned to routines and rituals
We must reaffirm our commitment to linguistic diversity
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For a brighter tomorrow, put an end to corruption today
The intricate connection between politics and corruption in Bangladesh raises profound concerns that demand immediate attention.
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Entertainment
Sam Mendes set to direct four separate Beatles films
Director Sam Mendes is embarking on an ambitious project that will dive into the lives of each member of “The Beatles” through four separate feature films. The movies will intersect
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Badhan selected as jury at Bengaluru International Film Festival
The festival will be held from February 29 February to March 7 in Bangalore, India. Showcasing over 200 films from all over the world in more than 15 sections.
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Kohli-Anushka blessed with baby boy
Virat Kohli and Anushka Sharma welcome baby boy 'Akaay' into the world! Join us in showering blessings and good wishes on this joyous occasion. The star couple requests privacy at
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‘Sisimpur’ season 16 to hit screens soon
The much-anticipated programme will introduce a new character, Ameera, who is a witty inquisitive 8-year-old girl with a passion for science and basketball. Ameera is also a person with a
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Health
Extortion, clique jacking up prices of eggs, chicken
The Bangladesh Poultry Association has blamed extortion on roads and syndicates for the recent price hike of eggs and chicken.
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Measles cases rose 79pc globally last year: WHO
The World Health Organization yesterday voiced alarm at the rapid spread of measles, with more than 306,000 cases reported worldwide last year -- a 79-percent increase from 2022.
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