Bangladesh
Public University Public Relations Association...
The other 19 members of the committee consist of two vice president Mahmud Alam, director (PR) of Dhaka University and Ahmed Sumon DD (PR) of Jahangirnagar University
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PM Sheikh Hasina: A third of my country...
The climate crisis and Covid-19 are crying out for international cooperation, writes the prime minister
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TikTok didn’t respond to govt request seeking info of two accounts
TikTok didn’t respond to govt request seeking info of two accounts
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TIB for amending laws help establish family system in banks
TIB for amending laws help establish family system in banks
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SC acquits death-row convict after 16 years
The Appellate Division of the Supreme Court on Tuesday acquitted a man who was sentenced to death in a case over killing an eight-year-old girl in Laksham area of Cumilla
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DSEX dips below 5,000-mark in early trade
Stocks witnessed a downward trend in the early trading on Tuesday as risk-averse investors preferred to book quick-profit on major sector issues following the recent price upsurge. Following the last
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Inadequate seats: CAAB gives permission to Saudi Airlines to operate more flights
Following a protest by migrant workers amid a shortage of tickets to Saudi Arabia, the Civil Aviation Authority of Bangladesh (CAAB) says it will permit Saudi Airlines to operate more
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International
Saarc Covid-19 fund: Bangladesh sends medical supplies to Nepal
Bangladesh today sent medicine and other medical supplies to Nepal to help the South Asian nation under the Saarc Covid-19 emergency fund as a gesture of friendship.
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Britain imposes six-month curbs against second wave
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has urged his countrymen to work from home where possible and ordered bars and restaurants to close early to tackle a fast-spreading second wave of
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US Covid-19 death toll surpasses 200,000
On the same day, Bangladesh also reached the milestone of 5,000 Covid-19 deaths
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Sri Lanka unveils controversial bill handing more power to president
Gotabaya, a defence official during his elder brother Mahinda's decade-long term as president, was elected president in November and swiftly appointed Mahinda as prime minister
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'Work from home': Johnson starts shutting down Britain again as Covid-19 spreads
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson told people today to work from home where possible and ordered bars and restaurants to shut earlier in a bid to tackle a fast-spreading second
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Myanmar rejects calls to postpone election despite virus surge
Myanmar plans to push ahead with a November general election despite calls from opposition parties to postpone it because of a surge in novel coronavirus cases, officials said. The Southeast
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New York City police officer arrested over spying for China
A New York City police officer who also serves as a US Army reservist has been charged with acting as an illegal agent of the government of China, federal prosecutors
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Technology
Hi-tech park holds webinar ‘Beyond-2020’
Bangladesh Hi-Tech Park Authority held a webinar recently titled ‘Beyond-2020’ with the aim of discussing the progress of Bangladesh in the field of skills development,...
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Sport
Bale agent blasts 'disgraceful' Real Madrid fans
Gareth Bale's treatment by Real Madrid fans was “disgraceful” and the Spanish club did not help the situation, according to the Wales attacker's agent.
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'More competition for Kepa' as Mendy undergoing medical at Chelsea
Senegal goalkeeper Edouard Mendy is undergoing a medical at Chelsea ahead of his transfer from French club Rennes, the London club's manager Frank Lampard said.
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Int’l online chess event to mark 74th...
The event, featuring 75 players from 15 countries, will begin Thursday and end Saturday, two days before the birthday of the Premier
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BPL seventh among T20 leagues
The study assessed around 4,500 players who have played in various competitions across the globe
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Under-19 players to resume camp under head coach
Bangladesh Under-19 squad will resume residential training at BKSP from October 1 under head coach Naveed Nawaz, who arrived in the country recently, as the young Tigers are to start
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Spurs' League Cup match called off due to Covid-19 cases at Orient
Tuesday's League Cup third round match between Tottenham Hotspur and Leyton Orient has been called off after a number of Orient players tested positive for Covid-19, Sky Sports reported.
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Throwers and bowlers gave us a tough time: Taskin
On Sunday, after 198 days, the Bangladesh National team started training as a group at the Sher-e-Bangla National Stadium in Mirpur for their potential three-Test tour of Sri Lanka later
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Politics
Five injured in Jhenaidah AL factional clash
At least five people were injured in a clash between two groups of Awami League over establishing supremacy at Borobari Bogura village of Shailakupa upazila...
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PM unveils cover of book ‘Sheikh Mujib: A Nation’s Father’
Prime minister Sheikh Hasina on Monday unveiled the cover of a book titled ‘Sheikh Mujib: A Nation’s Father’. The prime minister unwrapped the cover of...
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BNP factional clash leaves 7 injured
At least seven people, including the general secretary of the Pabna district unit of Jatiyatabadi Juba Dal, were injured in a clash between two groups...
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Business
Apex Footwear: Earnings decline by 48.49%, lowest dividend in 12 years
Amid declining profitability, the board of directors of the company on Monday declared only a 25% cash dividend for the last fiscal year
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DSE dips below 5,000-point mark...
Turnover declined by 25% to Tk 729 crore during the session at the DSE, which had been Tk977 crore in the previous session
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Suspicious foreign transactions thru three Bangladesh banks
The banks are state-owned Rupali Bank, private sector’s Islami Bank Bangladesh and Social Islami Bank (SIBL). Of these, some money was sent out of the country through Rupali Bank while
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Editorial
The role of statistics in crises
Not so much attention is paid to statistics even at the height of the financial crisis. The daily drip of epidemiological data related to Covid-19, and its terrible economic and
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CETP-based Savar tannery estate management
The age-old tannery cluster of Hazaribagh has been shifted to a newly build up environment friendly tannery estate at Savar. The new tannery estate with its new concept has been
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CETP-based Savar tannery estate management
The age-old tannery cluster of Hazaribagh has been shifted to a newly build up environment friendly tannery estate at Savar. The new tannery estate with its new concept has been
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Tuition fee issue must be settled through understanding
Tuition fee issue must be settled through understanding
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Entertainment
Tisha to return on TV with ‘Raat Ghobhir Hoy’
National Award winning actor Nusrat Imrose Tisha has finally resumed shooting after staying away from her work for 6 months. The actor had temporarily halted all collaborations both home and
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Health
Covid-19 body count crosses 5,000: How...
Covid-19 deaths in Bangladesh crossed 1,000 on June 10, nearly three months since the first fatality was recorded
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Industry says $6 to $18 per dose is reasonable price for coronavirus vaccine
A senior pharmaceutical industry official said on Tuesday that a price range between 5 and 15 euros ($6 to $18) per dose was reasonable for COVID-19 vaccines, reports Reuters. A
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Life style
COVID-19 may damage immune cells in bone marrow
Even bone marrow may not be a safe harbor from the ravages of COVID-19, according to a study that found previously unrecognised changes in newly produced immune cells, called monocytes,
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Probiotics — the functional food
Probiotics, also known as ‘good bacteria,’ are the naturally-occurring microbes in the gastrointestinal tract and intestines of humans, which have proven to have multiple health benefits for humans.
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Styling pants the trendy way
Very ‘90s, ripped jeans, once-known-to-be a ‘grunge fashion-statement,’ have now built its reputation as ‘casual chic.’ They look cool, give off a fun vibe and can be worn under most
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