Bangladesh
Biswa Ijtema to be delayed for election
The Biswa Ijtema will not be held as per its schedule this year due to the national election.
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'Hasina: A Daughter's Tale' premieres...
The docudrama, based on the life of Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina, will be released in Dhaka and Chittagong on Friday
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Charge sheet submitted in Dipan murder case
Police on Thursday submitted a charge sheet to a Dhaka court in connection with the murder of Jagriti Publication owner Faisal Arefin Dipan.Detective Branch assistant...
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Shahidul gets bail at last
The High Court on Thursday granted bail to acclaimed photographer and social activist Shahidul Alam who was arbitrarily detained since August 5.A case was filed...
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The scramble behind the report
Television journalists were eager to get precise information about the transit point so that they could get their shots of refugees crossing the border, and everyone waited for RRRC chief
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65 shown arrested over Naya Paltan violence
Three cases filed with Paltan police station on charges of vandalism, arson attack and obstructing police from discharging their duties during Wednesday's violence in front of BNP's Naya Paltan central
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BNP's Nipun detained, Baby Nazneen freed
Detectives detained Bangladesh Nationalist Party leader Nipun Roy Chowdhury from the city's Kakrail on Thursday evening, apparently over Wednesday's clash between BNP men and police, reports UNB. A team of
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International
Nepal’s first robot waiter is ready for orders
‘Please enjoy your meal,’ says Nepal’s first robot waiter, Ginger, as she delivers a plate of steaming dumplings to a table of hungry customers. The...
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FB vied to conceal Russia meddling: NYT
Facebook misled the public about its knowledge of Russian hackers’ use of the powerful platform to meddle in the 2016 US presidential election, a New...
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Pakistan Christian woman in limbo after SC verdict
A week after being freed from jail, Asia Bibi -- a Pakistani Christian woman on death row for eight years for blasphemy -- remains in limbo, with negotiations apparently under
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Monkey kills baby boy in Indian city
A baby died after a monkey snatched it from its mother's arms, Indian police investigating the incident in the city of Agra, home to the Taj Mahal, said yesterday.
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Ex-Nazi guard testifies against his involvement in killing
A former Nazi concentration camp guard on trial on hundreds of counts of accessory to murder has testified he was aware that inmates were dying but says he didn't know
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Trump pushes out senior adviser
An angry Donald Trump pushed out a senior adviser Wednesday after First Lady Melania Trump demanded her sacking, with more heads set to roll in...
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Prosecutor exonerates crown prince in Khashoggi murder
Saudi Arabia Thursday called for the death penalty against five people accused of murdering journalist Jamal Khashoggi inside the kingdom’s Istanbul consulate, but absolved the...
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Technology
Greenland ice sheet hides giant 'impact crater'
What looks to be a large impact crater has been identified beneath the Greenland ice sheet. The 31km-wide depression came to light when scientists examined radar images of the island's
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‘AI brings both benefits and challenges to banking’
The application of artificial intelligence (AI) tools in banking industry could bring benefits and challenges to consumers, bankers and regulators, US Federal Reserve (Fed) Governor Lael Brainard said on Tuesday.
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Ginger: Nepal's first robot waiter
"Please enjoy your meal," says Nepal's first robot waiter, Ginger, as she delivers a plate of steaming dumplings to a table of hungry customers
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Robots to make robots in China
Robots will make robots at a new ABB factory in China, which the Swiss engineering group said on Saturday it plans to build for $150 million in Shanghai as it
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Machines to do more tasks than humans ‘by 2025’
The sharp increase could also see a net gain in “new roles” for humans, who will have to revamp skills to keep pace with the “seismic shift” in how we
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Killer robot ban urged 'before it's too late'
Countries should quickly agree a treaty banning the use of so-called killer robots "before it is too late", activists said Monday as talks on the issue resumed at the UN.They
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Sport
Yunus meets Messi at Barca training ground
Nobel Laureate Professor Muhammad Yunus met with Lionel Messi and other FC Barcelona players on November 14 at the club’s Joan Gamper training ground for an exclusive exchange of greetings.
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Josephites win in First Division...
Suhrid scored 23 points for the winning side while Shubo caged 17
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Bangladesh begin with defeat
Anita Islam, contesting her first ever game in the international level, conceded a defeat in the 57kg category against a Kazakhstan opponent after three rounds
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Silva secures 46-run lead
Sri Lanka's Roshen Silva held the fort with a stubborn 85 to secure a 46-run first innings lead over England on the second day of the second Test on Thursday.
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Real appoints Solari as permanent manager
European champions Real Madrid have handed Santiago Solari a contract as first-team coach through to June 2021, the club announced in a statement on Tuesday. The 42-year-old Argentine has led
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Tamim, Mushfiq accorded reception
Tamim Iqbal and Mushfiqur Rahim were honoured right after the fifth and final day’s play of the second Test match against Zimbabwe at Mirpur Sher-e-Bangla National Cricket Stadium in Dhaka
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Shakib retained by Sunrisers
Other notable retainees by Sunrisers include Afghanistan’s Rashid Khan, Mohammad Nabi, New Zealand’s Kane Williamson and Australia’s Dave Warner
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Politics
AL starts initial process for selecting candidates
The parliamentary board on Thursday in its second meeting discussed the nomination processes of party’s candidates in the upcoming general election rescheduled for December 30.The...
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PM asks BNP not to foil polls
Prime minister Sheikh Hasina on Thursday urged the Bangladesh Nationalist Party not to foil the upcoming general election, asserting that any attempt in this regard...
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BCL gives ultimatum to Fakhrul
Bangladesh Chhatra League issues an ultimatum asking BNP Secretary General Mirza Fakhrul Islam Alamgir to make an apology by 48 hours for his remark about BCL.
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Politics that pollutes
Plastic banners and posters are everywhere -- on lamp posts, walls, flyover pillars and footbridges. Politicians use them to pitch themselves as potential party candidates and lawmakers.
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Over 4,000 aspirants buy BNP’s nomination forms
Bangladesh Nationalist Party sold 402 nomination papers to aspirant candidates when 858 others submitted their forms on Thursday at the party’s central office in Naya...
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5pc increment, 20pc Baishakh allowance for MPO teachers
The finance division on Thursday approved a proposal for 5 per cent increment and 20 per cent of the basic as the Baishakh allowance on...
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BNP, allies for withdrawal of AL-nominated chairmen
The Bangladesh Nationalist Party-led alliance on Thursday urged the Election Commission to withdraw the ruling Awami League-nominated chairmen from management committees of educational institutes in...
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Business
MCCI suggests maintaining political stability for higher growth
Metropolitan Chamber of Commerce and Industry on Thursday urged the government to take measures to achieve and maintain political stability for creating investment-friendly climate to...
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NBR drafts IPR rules to prevent import of counterfeit products
National Board of Revenue has framed draft rules to implement intellectual property rights of imported goods in a bid to prevent entry of counterfeit products...
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Tax fair receipts cross Tk 1,000cr in three days
Tax collection on the first three days of the ongoing weeklong tax fair has crossed the Tk 1,000 crore mark amid an increasing turnout of individuals taxpayers.
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Editorial
Arundhati's letter to Shahidul Alam
Dear Shahidul, I believe the tide will turn. It will. It must. This foolish, shortsighted cruelty will give way to something kinder and more visionary. This particular malaise, this bout
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A question of writ
The Sabarimala and Asia Bibi cases put the spotlight on how institutions adhere to constitutional principles, writes Sanjay Hegde ON THE streets of India and...
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Govt must focus on slum people at health risks
SLUM dwellers in Dhaka are at high risk of suffering from non-communicable diseases such as diabetes, hypertension and cardiovascular ailments, referring to a study supported...
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Quantum of disarray
What with difficult-to-deal-with Mr Trump on one side and “revanchist” Mr Putin on the other, the world seems to be in a turbulent place right now. It appears others in
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The winners and losers of the 4th industrial...
We are entering an age of digitization, automation, and AI
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Entertainment
First attempt fails amid protests
The government failed to start repatriation of Rohingya people of Myanmar on Thursday as no one of the forcibly displaced community agreed to go back...
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Performing for THE SOULS
As Puranchand Wadali and his son Lakhwinder Wadali settle down to start singing for the audience, the senior Wadali runs his eyes through the crowd and smiles as he figures
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“Music is the most ephemeral form of art”
Famous for his rendition of Moner Manush, Indian composer Satyaki Banerjee spread the magic of his music on the first day of Folk Fest 2018. Earlier in an intimate conversation,
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‘Hasina, A Daughter’s Tale’ releases today
'Hasina, A Daughter's Tale', a 70-minute docudrama on the eldest child of father of the nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, will be released across the country Friday, reports UNB. Two
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Life style
‘Mexico City transport most dangerous for women’
Mexico City has the most dangerous transport system for women out of five of the world's biggest commuter cities, according to a Thomson Reuters Foundation poll, with women saying other
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Health
Mercury content dangerously high in...
Bangladesh is a lucrative market for four out of the top five skin lightening products that contain hazardous amounts of mercury, according to a recent global study
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S Africa health care requires overhaul: Minister
An overhaul of South Africa's health care system is needed to ensure quality health access to both the poor and rich, Health Minister Aaron Motsoaledi said on Wednesday. Despite billions
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