Bangladesh
Savar rape: Suspect’s bullet-riddled body found
A note saying 'I am the main culprit in a rape case' was hanging from the suspect's neck
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Bangladeshi killed by ‘BSF’ along Thakurgaon border
A Bangladesh national was shot to death allegedly by members of Indian Border Security Force (BSF) along Dharmagar border in Thakurgaon early today.
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Traffic restrictions in capital on Saturday for AL’s celebrations
Police have clamped traffic restrictions for Saturday for Awami League’s (AL) celebrations of its landslide election victory at the Suhrawardy Udyan. Dhaka Metropolitan Police in a media release on Thursday
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Vitamin-A campaign postponed due to low quality capsules
The government has postponed the national Vitamin-A Plus campaign scheduled for Saturday due to the low quality of the capsules
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BSF kills Bangladeshi national at Thakurgaon border
A person was shot dead after trespassing into India
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Motorcyclist, pillion rider killed in road crash
Police said two persons died on the spot after three people riding the motorcycle crashed into a banyan tree by the road around 7:00pm
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Northern Jute sees strong growth in Q2 EPS
Northern Jute Manufacturing Company has posted a significant growth in earnings in the October-December (Q2) period of financial year 2018-19 against the loss incurred in the same period of the
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International
UK’s Prince Philip ‘shocked and shaken’ after car crash
Queen Elizabeth II’s 97-year-old husband Prince Philip was “very shocked and shaken” after being involved in a car accident that left his Land Rover flipped on its side, a witness
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Car bomber kills 10 in Colombia police academy attack
A car bomb explodes at a police academy in Colombia's capital Bogota killing at least 10 people and wounding over 50 in an attack that prompts fears of a return
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Officer who shot US black teen to be sentenced
A judge rejected allegations that the shocking video of Laquan McDonald's death proved that Chicago police officers tried to stage a cover-up in the fatal shooting of the black teen.
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India to launch satellite for border security
The Indian home ministry will implement the project with the assistance of its Department of Space
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IS tracks Americans to restaurant in...
The restaurant in Manbij had been a favourite of American patrol troops before the IS attack on Wednesday
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Let’s talk Brexit: May to Corbyn
Theresa May has urged Jeremy Corbyn to discuss his Brexit plans with her, after he said he would not take part in talks until no deal was ruled out. In
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Immigrants pay big for basics at ICE lock-ups
Detained in a California lockup with hundreds of other immigrants seeking asylum, Duglas Cruz faced a choice
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Technology
Japanese satellite launched to deliver artificial meteors
A rocket carrying a satellite on a mission to deliver the world's first artificial meteor shower blasts into space, Japanese scientists says.
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Netflix now has nearly 140m subscribers
US- based Netflix ended 2018 with more than 139 million paid subscribers, adding 8.8 million members in the three months to December 31. The streaming giant said the growth reflected
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RCC civic services to be digitalised
Rajshahi City Corporation (RCC) intends to make all its civic services digitalised and automated in phases for benefit of the city dwellers. “We are pledged bound to make the services
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Japan satellite blasts into space
A rocket carrying a satellite on a mission to deliver the world's first artificial meteor shower blasted into space on Friday
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Privacy fear grows with use of facial recognition tech
Facial recognition is playing an increasing role in law enforcement, border security and other purposes in the US and around the world. While most observers acknowledge the merits of some
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Japan wants airborne vehicles to take off
It might sound like pie in the sky, but Japan’s government is banking on a future with flying cars, launching an initiative Wednesday with the private sector to develop futuristic
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60pc of world’s coffee species face extinction
The first full assessment of risks to the world's coffee plants shows that 60 per cent of 124 known species are on the edge of extinction. More than 100 types
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Sport
‘Is he an opener, is he a middle-order player, is he an all-rounder?’
Coach Steve Rhodes is not oblivious to Bangladesh batsman Soumya Sarkar’s abilities with the bat but reckons that his versatility may be the reason why Soumya does not have a
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Dembele and Messi see off Levante but Barca Copa hopes in doubt
Barcelona's Ousmane Dembele and Lionel Messi were on target as the Copa del Rey holders thrashed Levante 3-0 at the Nou Camp on Thursday for a 4-2 aggregate win to
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Chahal six-for restricts Australia to 230 in series decider
Australia's vulnerability to quality leg-spin was exposed by Yuzvendra Chahal, who returned with his second overseas fifer to help India restrict the hosts for a meagre 230 in the series-deciding
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Federer marks 100th match on Rod Laver Arena with 3-set win
Roger Federer has played on Rod Laver Arena a hundred times and has six Australian Open crowns in his collection of 20 Grand Slam titles. The 37-year-old tennis statesman has
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Mr. 360 ready for the challenge and expecting fireworks
Rangpur Riders have just two wins from six matches in this year’s Bangladesh Premier League (BPL) but new arrival AB De Villiers is hoping that his team can make it
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Australian Open Day Four Highlights: Top seed Halep fends off Kenin, Djokovic advances
Highlights of Thursday's fourth day of the Australian Open, the first Grand Slam tournament of the year
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Sixers finally announce Warner's premature departure
At 20 minutes past midnight Sylhet Sixers gave their official announcement that the captain of the side, David Warner will return to Australia after the Sylhet phase of the sixth
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Politics
TIB report hits govt, EC hard by revealing truth: Rizvi
Bangladesh Nationalist Party on Thursday said the Transparency International Bangladesh report on recent elections had hit the government and the Election Commission hard as the NGO had revealed the truth....
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PM voices strong warning against graft at field level
Reaffirming her government's tough stance against corruption, Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina yesterday directed the Public Administration Ministry to issue a strong warning against graft by field-level administrations. "Your specific directives
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BNP to join JS, Anisul hopes
Law Minister Anisul Huq expresses his hope that the BNP would go to the parliament otherwise it would face a consequence.
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Mainul’s bail upheld in apex court
Barrister Mainul Hosein’s bail in 14 defamation lawsuits has been upheld in the apex court.
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Business
Three int’l flights mark late arrival at Dhaka airport
Three international flights of different airlines have failed to meet their arrival schedules at Hazrat Shahjalal International Airport (HSIA) in Dhaka on Friday. A Biman Bangladesh Airlines flight from Abu
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Oil-fired power plants to retire on expiry
The government has no plan to renew contracts of 'costly' oil-fired plants on expiry to cut down power generation costs and ensure sustainable future energy security. A good number of
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Govt punishes 37 pvt hajj agencies for irregularities
The government has taken punitive actions against 37 private hajj and travel agents due to their irregularities during the hajj in 2017, officials said. The actions include cancellation of licences,
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Editorial
Now, Rohingyas from India
Since the beginning of the year, no less than 1,300 Rohingya Muslims crossed the border into Bangladesh from India, where many of
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Rape cannot go unpunished
The Manikganj District Women and Children’s Repression Prevention Tribunal sentenced a young man, found guilty of rape, to life imprisonment and a fine of 50 thousand taka. This created a
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The education of a nation
Some suggestions for improving our education sector
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The best a woman can be
Undoing generations of harmful constructs is easier said than done
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Muslim, Islamic, Indian, or all of the above
AT THE base of all of Pakistan’s current problems, both domestic and foreign, lies its inability to define its identity....
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Entertainment
Supermodel Bundchen responds to Brazil's farm minister in Amazon spat
A high-profile dispute between supermodel Gisele Bundchen and Brazil’s agriculture minister over deforestation escalated this week, coming as activists worry about new President Jair Bolsonaro’s environmental policies. The Brazilian model
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Netflix has no plans to cut 'Bird Box' scene
Netflix's post-apocalyptic survival film "Bird Box" is drawing criticism for using footage of a real fiery train disaster but the streaming giant has no plans to remove it
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Stars to battle for reserved seats for women in parliament
Celebrated actor Moushumi collected her nomination form accompanied by the President of the Directors' Guild Association and member of the censor board, Mushfiqur Rahman Gulzar.
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Gazi Rakayet directs a film after six years
The 2013 film Mrittika Maya, helmed by Gazi Rakayet, won national awards in 17 categories including best director, best music director, best supporting actor, best actor in a negative role,
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Life style
Health
Diabetic? Who, me?
Two out of every three persons over 30 years do not know about diabetes although almost a third of the population of that age group are either diabetics or on
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