Bangladesh
Massive changes evident in Nilphamari agriculture scene
Agriculture department statistics state 17,800 farmers from the district have been brought under the agriculture incentive program from Nilphamari in the ongoing 2019-2020 fiscal year
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Sri Lankan FM assures signing of coastal shipping agreement soon
Sri Lankan foreign minister Dinesh Gunawardena has assured Bangladesh about signing a coastal shipping agreement (CSA) soon to cut transshipment costs and reduce travel time between the two countries. According
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Bangladesh Olympic Association facilitates SA Games medallists
Bangladesh Olympic Association on Monday accorded a reception for the SA Games medallists at the Kurmitola Golf Club, promising better facilities for the athletes for future meets...
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Road accident kills elderly woman
The deceased was a mother of three sons and a daughter
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Bangladesh-UAE: Deepening relations
The United Arab Emirates (UAE) is the Middle East's second largest economy, after the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA). With a small population of over 9.3 million, six per cent
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Fugitive convict held after 27yrs
Mirzapur police arrested a fugitive convict in an arms case after 27 years of his conviction.
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Permanent structure on leased land
Brahmanbaria Chamber of Commerce and Industry is constructing a six-storey building on a leased land at Kumarshil Moar of Brahmanbaria town, allegedly in violation of the lease contact.
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International
Global activists urge PM to scrap plans for coal-fired power plants
Forty international civil society organisations, think tanks, and climate movement platforms on Monday urged prime minister Sheikh Hasina to withdraw the approval of all coal-fired...
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World powers agree new push for Libya peace
World leaders committed to ending all foreign meddling in Libya’s civil war at a Berlin summit Sunday, and to uphold a weapons embargo as part of a broader plan to
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Pak PM reiterates need for UN to intervene in Kashmir
Prime Minister Imran Khan said on Sunday that Pakistan will not continue to watch as India carries out military attacks along the Line of Control (LoC) targeting civilians.
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World’s 2,153 billionaires have more...
There will be at least 119 billionaires worth about $500 billion attending Davos this year
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Third US president’s impeachment trial...
The fast-moving impeachment of Trump, stemming from his dealings with Ukraine, has moved to the Senate for trial after the House voted last month to adopt two articles of impeachment:
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Top Pak activist prevented from leaving country
Pakistani authorities refused to let a top human rights lawyer leave the country, citing her “anti-state activities”, she told AFP yesterday,
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Thousands of war missing are dead
Sri Lanka President Gotabaya Rajapaksa has acknowledged for the first time that more than 23,500 people missing for a decade since the end of the country’s protracted Tamil war are
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Technology
Loss of Y chromosome function may cause higher cancer risk in men
DNA differences between men and women may explain why cancer risk is higher in males
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Sport
Tigresses thru to final following narrow victory
Bangladesh women’s team made it to the final of the Women’s T20 Quadrangular Series in Patna, beating Thailand women by two wickets courtesy of a breezy knock from Fahima Khatun.
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England lead series 2-1
England completed a comprehensive win by an innings and 53 runs on the fifth day of the third Test against South Africa at St George’s Park on Monday, taking an
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Budding Najmul determined to bloom
Shanto received his first chance in national colors during an away Test in New Zealand in 2017, but he has since only played two Tests, three ODIs and two T20Is
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Seychelles pip Mauritus to get semi...
Seychelles, the lowest ranked (205) side in the tournament, will face the top-ranked Palestine in the first semifinal of the Bangabandhu Gold Cup on Wednesday
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Mbappe dreams of 'Champions League, Euro 2020 and Olympic treble'
Kylian Mbappe says he is dreaming of helping Paris Saint-Germain win a first Champions League trophy this year, as well as leading France to the title at Euro 2020 and
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'New Club World Cup threatens soccer ecosystem'
La Liga president Javier Tebas has warned that FIFA's launch of a revamped and expanded Club World Cup in 2021 could trigger a damaging impact on domestic leagues.
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We are a counter-attacking team: Saad Uddin
Having ensured the semifinals of the Bangabandhu Gold Cup for the fourth time in a row on the previous night, the Bangladesh team relaxed yesterday as all the players enjoyed
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Business
Country's women unemployment rate comes down to 6.2%
According to the International Labor Organization (ILO)’s flagship report titled 'World Employment and Social Outlook Trends 2020', released on Monday, Bangladesh’s overall unemployment rate came down to 4.2% last year
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GP’s subscriber growth falls below...
Robi, the second largest carrier, also saw tepid growth compared to a year ago, according to the latest data of the Bangladesh Telecommunication Regulatory Commission
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UK high-speed rail project could cost $137b
A proposed British high-speed rail project running between London and northern England could cost up to 106 billion pounds ($137 billion), 25 percent more than recently predicted, an official review
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Editorial
A window to the world
25,000 passports would be printed every day, with various categories for how urgently citizens need them
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Implementing speed and efficiency
The positive implications that arise from the completion of these mega-projects are enormous
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Forming a commission to stop rape
We applaud the High Court for directing the government to form a commission under the law ministry to stop rape and violence against women.
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A love letter to an unlivable Dhaka
How does it feel to live day in and day out in a city where the air is not only heavy with unhealthy particles but bitter recriminations and even a
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Why nations need elections
The 1970 general election in the then Pakistan had, indisputably, added to the force of the demand of the country's people in the eastern wing for autonomy. Had there been
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Entertainment
‘Kaalo’ wins Best Song at New York Cinematography Awards
Pragata Naoha is one of the most promising young musicians in Dhaka. Her recently released track, Kaalo won much accolade.
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Arts & Entertainment
Hill Artists’ Group organised a three-day long exhibition of artists from Chittagong Hill Tracts at Gallery 27 in Dhanmondi. Titled The Reflection of the Hill, it is the ninth group
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Brad Pitt, Laura Dern win at Hollywood's SAG ceremony
Brad Pitt and Laura Dern took home prizes at the Screen Actors Guild (SAG) awards on Sunday, as Hollywood's awards season began to shape up ahead of the Oscars next
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Health
SARS-like virus spreads in China, nearly 140 new cases
A mysterious SARS-like virus has killed a third person and spread around China -- including to Beijing -- authorities say, fuelling fears of a major outbreak as millions begin travelling
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Visual impairment to increase dramatically: Study
The number of people having visual impairment will increase dramatically in the coming decades across the world due to population growth and ageing, behavioral and lifestyle changes, and urbanisation, a
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Life style
The unforgettable jalshas
The events were attended by my uncle and luminaries living in our neighbourhood at that time. I was only a child and they never let me pass by a chance
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Beauty regimens of the past : Still going strong
Looking at our mothers, grandmothers, and their entire generations with supple, glowing skins can make us wonder what we are doing wrong, for their beauty seems everlasting, that too without
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Reasons to love the holiday season
In the West, ‘it’s the most wonderful time of the year’, because the holiday season is just around the corner.
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