Bangladesh
Hanging body of youth recovered in...
Investigations are underway to uncover the exact reason and cause of death
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Riverbed farming opens up new horizon...
Rajshahi and Chapainawabganj districts especially abound with green winter vegetables, creating an eye-catching look everywhere, delighting the farmers at present
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DSE seeks regulatory power to check market manipulation
The Dhaka Stock Exchange has sought more power to check market manipulation amid criticisms that the bourse has failed to prevent unscrupulous activities on the...
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COVID-19: Govt reports 29 deaths, 1788 new cases
The rate of detection in the last 24 hours was 13.02 per cent, while the overall rate of detection of infected cases in Bangladesh as of Sunday stands at 16.77
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Report reveals tobacco industry’s moves to shape policy in Bangladesh
The report says that Bangladesh’s progress in the implementation of Article 5.3 of WHO Framework Convention on Tobacco Control is not satisfactory at all
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Stocks witness positive trend on BSEC move
Stocks witnessed a positive trend in early trading on Sunday as bargain hunters remained active on the sector-specific issues. Following the previous week’s modest correction, the Dhaka Stock Exchange (DSE)
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Bangladesh Bank raises again traders’ pie in CMSME stimulus
The Bangladesh Bank on Thursday allowed the country’s banks and non-bank financial institutions to increase their lending by 5 percentage points to trade-based cottage, micro,...
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International
S Korea bans year-end parties, some...
Authorities reported 450 new infections on Sunday after more than 500 cases were recorded for three days in a row
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Britons to plant trees marking Queen's...
Government is planning a four-day celebration, featuring an extra day's public holiday with tree plantation to be a feature of the milestone
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International Crimes Tribunal chief investigator Hannan Khan dies of Covid-19
Abdul Hannan Khan, a freedom fighter and the chief investigator of International Crimes Tribunal, died of coronavirus today at the age 78.
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Global Covid-19 cases exceed 62 million
The number of global coronavirus (Covid-19) cases surged past 62 million on Sunday, according to data compiled by the Johns Hopkins University (JHU). The number of confirmed cases across the
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Thousands in Argentina march against legalising abortion
Thousands of anti-abortion protesters, many of them mobilised by Catholic or evangelical groups, demonstrated on Saturday across Argentina against a government-backed new bill to legalise...
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155 anti-lockdown protesters arrested in London
Police in London said on Saturday that they had made 155 arrests as they tried to break up anti-lockdown and anti-vaccine protests. The police said the arrests had been made
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Texworld USA begins on Jan 12 with new concept
The three-day international apparel sourcing event, Texworld USA, will begin on January 12 in 2021 with the new concept of ‘Pop-up Sourcing Showcase’ in light...
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Sport
Another 62-ball hundred for Smith as Australia pile up 389-4
Australia’s top order made India pay after skipper Aaron Finch won his second toss of the series to subject the tourists to another afternoon of toil under a hot sun
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Phillips' record ton seals series for NZ
A record century by Glenn Phillips saw New Zealand whip the West Indies by a comprehensive 72 runs in the second Twenty20 international in Mount Maunganui Sunday to wrap up
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Zidane laments lack of consistency after Alaves defeat
Real Madrid coach Zinedine Zidane said he was concerned about his side's inability to turn matches around after they were beaten 2-1 at home by Alaves in La Liga after
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Maradona's death sets off complex inheritance
Diego Maradona’s death has triggered an outpouring of grief around the world. Now comes the scramble for a share of the football legend’s complex financial legacy, ranging from his iconic
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Pirlo wants Juve to be less dependent on Ronaldo
Juventus need to be less dependent on Cristiano Ronaldo, coach Andrea Pirlo said on Saturday after they again failed to win a league game without their talismanic 35-year-old.
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Politics
Mayor Atiq to answer queries of city dwellers in FB Live
Dhaka north city mayor Atiqul Islam will respond to city dwellers in a Facebook Live programme at 6:30pm to 7:30pm on Tuesday. Dhaka North City...
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United movement urged for restoration of democracy
Leaders of four political and social organisations at a joint rally in Dhaka on Friday called on all democratic forces to be united for waging...
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AL finalises candidates, BNP to select in two days
The ruling Awami League on Saturday finalised its candidates for the elections to 25 municipalities and the opposition Bangladesh Nationalist Party will announce the names...
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Business
HK agent seeks govt mediation to resolve trade dispute
Newtimes Development Ltd, a Hong Kong-based apparel buying agent, has sought Bangladesh government's intervention to resolve trade dispute between a local garment factory and a US buyer over the latter's
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Tax deducted at source a disincentive to exports: MCCI
The Metropolitan Chamber of Commerce and Industry (MCCI), Dhaka, a leading trade body, has suggested halving the tax deducted at source (TDS) on exports, describing it as a disincentive to
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Income Tax Service program not to be...
The NBR chairman said action would be taken against those who did not pay income tax despite having TIN numbers
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Editorial
OP-ED: How to dismantle a...
The government would do well to use the HC case as a springboard to outlaw marital rape
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OP-ED: Getting wise to the true value...
One in six people lives under severe water constraints. What is to be done?
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OP-ED: Thank you for the memories, Aly...
The great actor took Shakespeare’s words to heart, and treated his life as a series of stages
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Govt made good progress in implementing some stimulus packages
According to a finance ministry report released on November 26, of the more than Tk 1,21,000 crore earmarked by the government under its 21
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Entertainment
‘SHEIKH HASINA: On the Right Side of the History’ at Gallery Cosmos
Marking the birth centenary of the Father of the Nation, Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, Gallery Cosmos organised an exclusive art camp, titled ‘Sheikh Hasina: On the Right Side of History’
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Health
Covid-19: Bangladesh records 29 more deaths, 1,788 new cases
Daily positivity rate stands at 13.02% as country crosses 462,000 mark in total cases
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ICT probe team coordinator dies of...
Abdul Hannan was taken to a private hospital in the capital on September 9 due to physical illness
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Life style
Dior stands by Johnny Depp
French fashion house Dior refuses to drop Johnny Depp after his loss in wife-beating libel case
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