Bangladesh
Bangladeshi man's stare goes viral
A portrait of a Bangladeshi construction worker in Malaysia has captivated social media users worldwide.
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Bangladeshi photographer in top 10 of 2019 Sony World Photography Awards
Out of total 326,997 entries from 195 countries and territories, Sounak has been selected as one of the 10 young photographers shortlisted in the student competition of the 2019 awards
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Sudden weather change due to depression
Low pressure systems lie over neighbouring West Bengal and southern Bay of Bengal
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Dozens of Bangladesh migrants trafficked to Vanuatu stuck in limbo
Dozens of Bangladeshis who say they were trafficked to Vanuatu with the promise of jobs are stuck in limbo and struggling to survive while awaiting justice and the option of
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Flights from Bangladesh: Another foreign airline bows out
Yet another foreign airline is going to shut its operation in Bangladesh.
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Democracy reduced to elections: Arundhati
Democracy has been reduced to elections in this part of the world, said eminent Indian writer and activist Arundhati Roy at a talk at MIDAS...
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Brick chips used in highway!
Although the use of stone chips is mandatory for carpeting of important roads, the designated contractor of Rajapur part of the under-construction Barishal-Pathorghata highway has been using brick chips with
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International
Gulf Arabs, Iran reject US recognition of Golan Heights as Israeli
US President Donald Trump's decision to recognise Israel's sovereignty over the Golan Heights united Washington's Gulf Arab allies and regional foe Iran in condemnation.
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British MPs vote for bigger role in Brexit process
On Monday evening MPs won a vote that will allow them to seize control of parliamentary business on Wednesday by 329 to 302
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Algeria army chief wants Bouteflika be declared unfit to rule
Algeria's army chief called Tuesday for president Abdelaziz Bouteflika to be declared unfit to govern, following weeks of mass protests demanding the ailing leader step down after two decades in
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Israel-Hamas fighting abates along Gaza border
Cross-border fighting between Israel and Hamas abated on Tuesday after a day of Palestinian rocket attacks and Israeli air strikes, but tensions remained high with...
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Parliament plots Brexit Plan B after sidelining PM
Britain’s parliament sought a new Brexit strategy Tuesday after seizing the initiative from prime minister Theresa May in a historic vote, with the risk of...
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2018 was Germany's hottest year on record
Germany recorded its warmest year in 2018, a period also marked by a drought lasting months, the country's DWD weather service said
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Pak ex-PM gets bail on medical grounds
Pakistan's Supreme Court agreed yesterday to release jailed former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif on bail for six weeks to receive medical treatment but said he would not be allowed to
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Technology
Over one million Asus users attacked through malicious update, researchers say
Hackers were able to deliver malware to the more one million-plus Asus computer owners last year by hijacking the company’s software update system, security researchers said on Monday. Moscow-based cyber
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Google doodle celebrates Bangladesh’s Independence Day
Search engine giant Google is marking Bangladesh's 49th Independence and National Day by replacing its regular home page graphic with a special doodle. The new doodle features three goods-laden boats
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Sport
Ruman shoots to third round
Bangladesh's top archer, Ruman Sana, registered his career best score in the Recurve Individual event to finish first in the qualification round of the World Cup (Stage-1) in Bangkok, Thailand
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'Finishing a concern for World Cup'
During the six-month suspension of Sabbir Rahman for allegedly abusing and threatening a fan on social media in September 2018, the Bangladesh team management tried quite a few cricketers at
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BCB chief says no surprise in Tigers’ World Cup squad
Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) president Nazmul Hassan on Tuesday said there is no chance of any surprise inclusion in the World Cup squad of Bangladesh, reports UNB. He, however, noted
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Malinga cleared to play IPL
Sri Lanka’s limited-overs captain Lasith Malinga has been cleared to play the remainder of the Indian Premier League season after his country’s cricket board granted...
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Neymar PSG extension more likely than Madrid switch
Neymar’s agent and father poured cold water over speculation the world’s most expensive footballer was mulling a transfer and instead suggested a new deal with...
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CSK make it two from two
Shane Watson and Suresh Raina made batting look easy on a lifeless track as Chennai Super Kings coasted to a six-wicket victory over Delhi Capitals in an Indian Premier League
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Southgate hits out at racism
Gareth Southgate has called for education to stamp out racism in football as European governing body UEFA opened disciplinary proceedings against Montenegro following abuse aimed at black England players during
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Politics
Muktijoddha Sangsad non-functional for years
Bangladesh Muktijoddha Sangsad has remained non-functional since 2017 when bureaucrats were given charges of all of its offices, including the headquarters.Freedom fighters have alleged that...
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Free Khaleda through movement: Fakhrul
BNP Secretary General Mirza Fakhrul Islam Alamgir urges people to make a fresh pledge for restoring the country’s democracy and free party chief Khaleda Zia from jail through movement.
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Quader is well: Doctor
Awami League General Secretary Obaidul Qauder has been shifted from Intensive Care Unit ( ICU) to a cabin of the Mount Elizabeth Hospital.
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Will wage movement for rights: Dr Kamal
Gonoforum President Dr Kamal Hossain says a movement will be waged to establish the rights of the people.
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Advance country being imbued with patriotism: PM
Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina urges the children and juveniles to advance the country being imbued with the spirit of patriotism and the liberation war.
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BNP Ex-MP, 8 others held in Kushtia
Police arrest nine BNP leaders and activists including its president and secretary of Kushtia city unit when they went to the memorial situated on DC Court Chattar to pay homage
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Business
Global investors now seek BGMEA support
A coalition of 190 global investors has urged the Bangladesh Garment Manufacturers and Exporters Association (BGMEA) to negotiate with the government for the extension of the Accord in the country.
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Jatra showcases BackOffice software
Travel agency software maker Jatra Solutions has showcased features and services of its product Jatra BackOffice at Novoair Dhaka Travel Mart 2019 at the Sonargaon hotel in Dhaka recently.
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Pakistan cenbank sees 2019 GDP growth slowing to 3.5-4pc
Pakistan’s economic growth is set to slow to between 3.5-4.0 per cent in the 2019 fiscal year from 5.2 per cent in 2018, with a...
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Editorial
Carrying the torch forward
The development of children must be seen holistically
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What was it all for?
Were the student protests ultimately in vain?
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White supremacists, western civilisations and eastern migrations
In 1889, Rudyard Kipling crowed: “Oh, East is East, and West is West, and never the twain shall meet.” But the East and the West have been mingling even before
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Saving our ailing banking sector
Bangladesh's banking sector faces a number of major challenges including rising nonperforming loans, credit concentrations, poor
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Standing in the way of progress
Complacency usually gives way to oppression
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Entertainment
Swapnadal stages 'Tringsha Shatabdi' on Independence Day
The anti-war production, directed by Zahid Repon and written by Badal Sircar, focuses on the genocides that occurred over different
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Suborna Mustafa and Sabyasachi Chakrabarty in Cox's Bazar to shoot 'Gondi'
Indian actor Sabyasachi Chakrabarty, popularly known for playing Feluda and Kakababu, is set to star in the Fakhrul Arefeen Khan
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Live from Dhaka to premiere at Star Cineplex on March 29
Director Abdullah Mohammad Saad's internationally acclaimed film, Live From Dhaka, will be shown at Star Cineplex from March 29
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Tim Burton soars to new heights with 'Dumbo'
But like "Dumbo," Burton's Achilles heel was his superpower. The outsider persona gave him space to grow into one of Hollywood's most sought-after creative when he might just have been
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Life style
Will Bengal tigers really disappear from the Sundarbans?
We recently published an article titled “Combined effects of climate change and sea-level rise project dramatic habitat loss of the
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The burden of having eyes in a campus of the blind
There have been some disconcerting developments at Dhaka University following the botched Ducsu election on March 11. The latest
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Nuts can boost memory in elderly
While age is known as the strongest risk factor for cognitive decline, eating a handful of nuts every day can improve mental health and memory skills by up to 60
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