Bangladesh
‘Do not take law in your own hand’
Police Headquarters issue a press note asking people not to take the law in their own hands out of confusion by paying heed to the rumour of child-lifting in the
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Malaysian labour market to open in August: Minister
Expatriate Welfare and Overseas Employment Minister Imran Ahmed says the labour market in Malaysia is going to open as the recruitment of Bangladeshi workers will start from August.
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Milk consumption decreases
WHO recommends, a person should drink 250 ml or 250 grams of milk every day, to get the required amount of calcium, and protein
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Suhrawardy College student commits...
According to the police investigation, Akhi had relationships with both Rabby and Shahriar
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Patients need confidence in country’s health sector
The quality of healthcare in Bangladesh has improved significantly in recent years but there is still much to be done to gain patients’ confidence so that they do not go
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Floodwater recedes, not sufferings
Thousands of people in the country’s flood-hit districts have been facing acute scarcity of dry food and drinking water, intensifying their sufferings, affected residents have said. “I didn’t get any
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Bangladesh crush Taipei to finish seventh
Bangladesh finished seventh in the AHF Men’s Asian Indoor Hockey 2019 when they crushed Chinese Taipei 9-0 in a place-deciding match in Chonburion, Thailand on Saturday...
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International
Thousands in pro-police rally as Hong...
Police have called for calm ahead of Sunday's protest, where security is expected to be tight
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Johnson would do great job as UK PM: Trump
US president Donald Trump said Friday that Boris Johnson, the frontrunner to be Britain’s next prime minister, would do a ‘great job’ in the post after the pair had a
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Putin says he sympathised with Trump before US polls
Russian president Vladimir Putin said he had ‘sympathised’ with Donald Trump before the 2016 presidential election that swept Trump to power because of his desire to restore normal relations with...
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Himalayan Airlines to begin Kathmandu-Dhaka...
Himalaya Airlines Bangladesh Country Manager Sushil Kumar Basnet said the ticket price is going to be cheaper than other airlines
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Priya Saha to be sued for sedition: Quader
Terming the allegation made by Priya Saha to US President Donald Trump about Bangladesh 'absolutely false', Road Transport and Bridges Minister Obaidul Quader yesterday said she will be sued on
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Vatican opens ossuaries in search for missing bodies
Forensic experts extract bones from two ossuaries within the walls of the Vatican as part of an investigation aimed at resolving the case of a girl who vanished in 1983.
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Hong Kong actor Simon Yam stabbed on stage in China
An unknown assailant stabs Hong Kong actor Simon Yam during a promotional event in mainland China but Yam's injuries were not life-threatening, Chinese state media reported.
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Technology
Chrome, Firefox browser extensions leaked millions of users' data
Popular browser extensions like ad blockers have been caught harvesting personal data of millions of consumers who use Chrome and Firefox -- not only their browsing histories but also exposing
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Technical diploma exams postponed for flood
Bangladesh Technical Education Board on Friday postponed examinations of three courses under the ongoing board completion examination of 2019 as floodwater inundated most of the...
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Sport
Rifat murder smokescreen and a fair chance to stand trial
THE arrest of Aysha Siddika, widow of Rifat Sharif who was hacked to death by four people in Barguna, on July 16 and her being remanded in police custody for
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Imperialism in a coffee cup
MAINSTREAM politics in Europe and North America is increasingly divided into two hostile camps: on one side are conservative reactionaries who glorify imperialism and wish to resurrect it, on the
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Greenwood lifts MU over Inter
Teenage striker Mason Greenwood came off the bench to score a brilliant goal with 15 minutes remaining as Manchester United secured
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We have a lot to prove: Tamim
Tamim Iqbal, who was named as Bangladesh's captain for the Sri Lanka tour, talks to the reporters in Hazrat Shahjalal International Airport before departing for Sri Lanka to play a
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Bangladesh cricketers arrive in SL
The Bangladesh team were provided with a level of security usually reserved for visiting state dignitaries, with additional deployments at their hotel and armed guards for their motorcade
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Tamim eyes success with added...
Tamim Iqbal believes the opportunity is big for those who have been called as replacements and a challenge as a team to produce good results
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ICC suspends Zimbabwe Cricket over government interference
Zimbabwe were suspended from the International Cricket Council (ICC) on Thursday, with the world governing body saying the country’s cricket administration was not free from government interference. The ICC Board
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Politics
Form new EC comprising persons accepted by all: Fakhrul
BNP Secretary General Mirza Fakhrul Islam Alamgir demands to nullify the present Election Commission and to form a new commission comprising “persons accepted by all”.
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Shoot if it is necessary: EC Rafiqul Islam
Election Commissioner Rafiqul Islam says that the law enforcers may “shoot if it is necessary” in order to prevent any untoward incident during the Kanchan Municipality elections to be held
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'ACC probing graft allegations against 10-15 ruling party men'
The Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) has been dealing with corruption allegations against about a dozen of the ruling party men at present, says its Chairman Iqbal Mahmood.
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Priya Saha to be sued for sedition: Quader
Terming the allegation made by Priya Saha to US President Donald Trump about Bangladesh 'absolutely false', Awami League General Secretary Obaidul Quader has said she will be sued on sedition
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Govt calls Priya Saha’s allegation ‘blatant lies’
The government has termed as "blatant lies" complained made by Bangladeshi national Priya Saha to US President Donald Trump claiming that minority communities in the country are exposed to persecution.
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Business
Economists laud finance minister's move for stakeholders' dialogue
Mirza Azizul Islam thinks that implementing annual development program (ADP) does not need to be discussed with external stakeholders
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Brexit fear puts the brakes on exports to UK
PM to meet Bangladeshi envoys across Europe in London
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Himalayan Airlines to begin Kathmandu-Dhaka flight from Monday
Himalayan Airlines, one of the private carrier of Nepal is going to commence Kathmandu-Dhaka-Kathmandu direct flight from Monday, reports BSS. The airline will operate three weekly flights by its A320-214
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Editorial
ACC probe findings on DWASA
The Dhaka Water and Sewerage Authority (DWASA), these days, often hit the news headlines for the proverbial neglect of its remit and apathy towards public sufferings on account of poor
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Can Islamic terror be a diplomatic asset?
PROLIFIC punditry on the Easter Sunday massacre in Colombo has taken a pause because investigations have reached a stage where all sides have to take a political call. Different interests
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BRTA must streamline ridesharing service
The Bangladesh Road Transport Authority has given approval to 10 ridesharing service providers that have failed to fulfil the conditions. The Road Transport Authority on July 1 began to...
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How elite capture of society prevents equality
From Socrates to Sartre, since the dawn of time, it has been more or less accepted, although not always implemented, that the tools for transformation should be made available to
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Environmental challenges dictate need for South Asian peace
Despite serious discord and disputes between the countries of South Asia, the concept of a common future of the region based on increasing cooperation among the people and governments has
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Entertainment
‘Game of Thrones’ cast defend final season at Comic-Con
The ‘Game of Thrones’ cast leapt to the defence of its much-maligned final season in front of a boisterous crowd at San Diego Comic-Con on Friday, blaming the backlash on
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Upstage debuts with Raat Bhor Bristi
New theatre troupe Upstage made its debut staging the play Raat Bhor Bristi at Nilima Ibrahim Auditorium of Bangladesh Mahila Samity on Friday. The play is based on Indian writer
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Star Melodies’ riveting presentation of ‘Emon Diney Tarey Bola Jai… Srabon Shondha-e’
In the midst of monsoon, five noted singers – Mahadeb Ghose, Priyanka Gope, Shimu Dey, Md Yousuf Ahmed Khan and Shukonna Mazumder Ghosh – brought down showers of encapsulating melodies
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Beyonce delights with new album
The Bey Hive was feeling the love Friday over Beyonce’s release of the album ‘The Lion King: The Gift,’ which the pop queen dropped as a sister piece to her
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Health
3 easy ways to save almost 100 million lives worldwide
Expanding blood pressure treatment, reducing dietary sodium, and eliminating trans fats could dramatically decrease mortality. Noncommunicable diseases (NCDs) are the leading cause of death worldwide and are largely preventable through
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Resistance: Antibiotic therapy: How long is long enough?
Antibiotic courses of 8 days or less were not associated with increased treatment failure in studies of skin and soft-tissue infection and of male urinary tract infection.
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Life style
Exercise in helps astronauts from fainting on Earth
Dizziness or fainting due to changes in blood flow can occur after lengthy bed rest, among people with certain health disorders or in the case of astronauts, being in a
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