Bangladesh
Ebtedayee test: 46 proxy examinees released after detention
A total 46 students were held from a single centre for giving proxy at the Ebtedayee examination in Baliadangi upazila on Wednesday and Thursday. They were, however, released on bond
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105 tons of Egyptian onion arrives via...
Cargo flights carrying onion will arrive in Dhaka every day, said the commerce ministry
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Fakhrul says govt out to continue ‘one-party rule’
BNP secretary general Mirza Fakhrul Islam Alamgir on Thursday alleged that the government has initiated a process to eliminate the nationalist forces to continue its ‘one-party monopoly rule’ for a
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Death threat to PM: BNP leader Shamsuzzaman...
Chief Judicial Magistrate Md Nazir Ahmed approved the bail against a bail bond worth Tk50,000, on Thursday
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Bangladesh reaffirms its support to Palestine
Bangladesh has reaffirmed its unflinching support to Palestine and its territorial integrity as established through United Nations Security Council (UNSC) resolutions and the principle of ‘land for peace’.
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Moudud condemns govt for price hike of commodities
Criticising the government for the soaring prices of essentials, including that of onion, Bangladesh Nationalist Party senior leader Moudud Ahmed on Thursday said a socioeconomic situation like that of 1974
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Transport workers’ federation calls fellows to remain calm
The central committee of Bangladesh Road Transport Workers’ Federation calls upon all workers to remain calm and run their vehicles without plunging commuters into suffering.
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International
Israel's attorney general indicts PM...
Netanyahu, who has denied wrongdoing in three corruption cases, is under no legal obligation to resign after being charged
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Prince Andrew urged to cooperate with...
Andrew denies claims he had sex with a 17-year-old girl procured by Epstein
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Malaysia arrests 680 suspected members of Chinese online fraud gang
Malaysian authorities have arrested 680 Chinese nationals suspected of operating an extensive online fraud operation cheating people in their homeland, officials said on Thursday. A team of 150 Immigration Department
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UK Labour makes radical election...
Labour has promised a 'green industrial revolution' to tackle what Corbyn called 'the climate emergency'
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Political row in Tamil Nadu sparks debate...
'Both parties produced relevant documents and asked for more time'
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Palestine will go to ICC against Pompeo...
'Although Pompeo's declaration has no legal value, but its impact from a practical perspective may be severe'
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Technology
China reduces greenhouse gas emissions in rice production
The greenhouse gas emissions from China's rice fields have been reduced by 70 per cent over the past five decades, according to a recent Chinese study. China's rice agriculture, a
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A third of Africa's tropical flora threatened with extinction: Study
A third of the species of tropical plants in Africa are potentially threatened with extinction, according to a preliminary estimate published Wednesday by the journal Science Advances
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Google to restrict political ads
Alphabet Inc’s Google will stop giving advertisers the ability to target election ads using data such as public voter records and general political affiliations, the company said in a blog
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Sport
Glaze of pink ball under light may make it tricky: Mominul
Bangladesh skipper Haque on Thursday said the biggest challenge would be to play the pink ball under lights."The glaze of the ball under the light may make it tricky for
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Tennis federation GS in hot water
Morshed was removed from his post Thursday
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Historic pink-ball Test awaits...
The much-anticipated game has also been termed as ‘pink-ball Test’ as day-night Tests are played with pink ball in world cricket
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PM to visit Kolkata tomorrow to watch Bangladesh-India match
Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina will be a special guest as India take on Bangladesh in the historic pink-ball Test match that begins in Kolkata tomorrow.
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Mourinho new Spurs boss after Pochettino sacking
Jose Mourinho replaces the sacked Mauricio Pochettino at Tottenham with a brief to revive the flagging fortunes of a club languishing in the lower reaches of the Premier League.
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Mominul vows to perform better
Mominul Haque believes their batsmen need to step up and be patient while facing the in-form Indian pace attack
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Kings refuse to release players
The eight players are goalkeeper Anisur Rahman Zico, defenders Yeasin Khan, Bishwanath Ghosh and Sushanta Tripura, midfielders Mohammad Ibrahim and Rabiul Hasan and forwards Biplu Ahmed and Mahbubur Rahman Sufil
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Politics
Attendance will be factor in cabinet reshuffle: Dr Mahathir
Malaysian MPs who do not attend enough Dewan Rakyat sittings will get a talking to by the country's Prime Minister Dr Mahathir Mohamad himself.
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PM pays tribute to martyred members of Armed Forces
Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has paid rich tributes to the martyred members of the Armed Forces by placing wreath at ‘Shikha Anirban’ in Dhaka Cantonment on the occasion of the
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Eight injured in BCL factional clash at IU
AT LEAST eight people were injured in a clash between two groups of Islamic University unit of Bangladesh Chhatra League on the campus in Kushtia...
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Farmers urge government to buy their rice
Jatiya Krishak Samity and Bangladesh Khetmajur Union on Wednesday at a press conference called on the government to buy the Aman rice directly from the...
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Hasina, Erdogan should get Nobel Prize: Kamal
Finance minister AHM Mustafa Kamal on Tuesday said that prime minister Sheikh Hasina of Bangladesh and Turkey president Recep Tayyip Erdogan should be awarded Nobel...
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Govt fails in every sector: Fakhrul
Bangladesh Nationalist Party secretary general Mirza Fakhrul Islam Alamgir on Wednesday said the government failed in every sector as they had no commitment towards the...
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Business
D Money Bangladesh Ltd gets eASIA Gold Award 2019
The competition was held among Asian tech giants from 24 countries and companies/ projects had to be less than three years old to compete
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Most NBFIs report lower EPS in first...
According to the Dhaka Stock Exchange (DSE) data, 21 NBFIs out of 23 have disclosed their nine-month financial statements as of on Thursday
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Investment proposals rise by 309pc in July-Sept
The overall investment proposals with the Bangladesh Investment Development Authority (BIDA) rose by a staggering 309 per cent during the July-September quarter in 2019 compared to the previous quarter April-June,
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Editorial
Reining in criminalities of drug vendors
Selling date-expired drugs that too by renowned drug stores in the capital did cause a stir some days ago. While spurious drugs are already a cause of worry in the
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Punishment for pharmaceutical malpractices
The High Court's observation to the effect that production, sale and storage of fake and adulterated medicines should be dealt with maximum punishment resonates with the sentiments of most people
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Less advertising and more
Making sustainability a reality, not a greenwash
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Unrealistic policies don’t work
Enacted almost a year ago with implementation twice delayed, the new Road Safety Act has already been plagued by an unwillingness of acceptability. There are several elements to the new
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Bypassing main beneficiary targets
The Ministry of Food started this year's Aman rice procurement programme Wednesday last with food officials buying paddy in some areas where harvesting has already begun. The deputy commissioners of
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Entertainment
Tahsan to star in Farooki’s 'No Land’s Man'
Tahsan Rahman Khan has announced joining the cast of Mostafa Sarwar Farooki’s upcoming film 'No Land's Man'. Tahsan recently revealed a surprising new look of himself with a Van Dyke
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Key nominations for the 2020 Grammy awards
The nominations for the Grammy Awards, the highest honors in the music industry, are announced.
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Mithila keeps alive marriage rumours with Srijit
Asked about her marriage rumours with Srijit, Mithila said, "Let's keep this as a surprise. We'll inform you if we get married. If we don't do that, we'll inform you,
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Mamo and Shihab finally admit their marriage
Actress Zakia Bari Mamo and director Shihab Shaheen tied the knot four years ago
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Health
'Faulty law' blamed for kidney patients' woes
Kidney patients can survive longer by having a kidney transplant through an easy process, instead of undergoing dialysis, if the existing organ transplantation law, which is faulty, is amended, experts
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Life style
Indonesian kids given pets to wean them off smartphones
Officials in one Indonesian city have hatched a plan to wean children off smartphones -- by giving them their own fluffy chicks to raise. Around 2,000 four-day-old chicks will be
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Camel herding, an ancestral passion in Western Sahara
In the Oued Eddahab desert in Western Sahara, Habiboullah Dlimi raises dairy and racing camels just like his ancestors used to -- but with a little help from modern technology
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