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Academic activities at Children's Home Public School in Sarishabari are being hampered greatly due to water-logging triggered by

‘Robot makers slow to address danger risk’

Researchers who warned half a dozen robot manufacturers in January about nearly 50 vulnerabilities in their home, business

Japan looks to wood pulp to make lighter auto parts

The global push among carmakers to make ever lighter vehicles is leading some auto suppliers in Japan to turn

China's July gasoline exports rose to third-highest level since 2000

China's gasoline exports in July rose 5.9 percent from a year ago to the third-highest monthly level since

Sri Lankan's president sacks outspoken justice minister

Sri Lankan President Maithripala Sirisena sacked his controversial justice minister Wednesday for speaking out against a billion-dollar deal

Walmart to enter voice-shopping market via Google platform

Wal-Mart Stores Inc is teaming up with Alphabet Inc's Google to enter the nascent voice-shopping market, currently dominated

Oil prices fall on concerns of oversupply

Oil prices fell on Wednesday, weighed down by concerns of oversupply as Libyan output improves and as US gasoline

Euro, bond yields rise on buoyant business surveys

The European single currency and euro zone government bond yields rose on Wednesday after a survey showed the

BHP Billiton to replace two directors in board shake-up

Global miner BHP Billiton on Wednesday unveiled a board shakeup that will see controversial director Grant King step down

UN racism committee issues 'warning' over US tensions

A UN committee tasked with combating racism has issued a formal early warning over conditions in the United

2 sent to jail for taking, selling drugs in Magura

A mobile court in Magura on Tuesday sentenced two people to two years of rigorous imprisonment each for

Collective efforts can end violence against women

Speakers at a program on Tuesday underscored the need for collective efforts to put an end to violence

Devaluation of fine arts in secondary level protested

Protesting the debasement of fine arts subject at secondary education level, teachers and students of fine arts faculty of

Flood situation worsens in Natore

The overall flood situation in Natore deteriorated on Tuesday as the Atrai River was flowing 97 centimeters above the

32,500 youths become self-reliant in Narsingdi

Over 32,500 youths (both male and female) of the district became self-reliant receiving trainings and loans from the

Lagos pays homage to jollof

In Nigeria, jollof rice isn't just a tasty West African dish it's a national obsession. Dozens of top

Valero's secret campaign against US bio fuels

US biofuels regulations, which mandate mixing corn-based ethanol into gasoline, have lately drawn together a diverse cast of

Indonesian police name six suspects

Police in the eastern Indonesian province of Papua have named six people as suspects among 17 arrested on Saturday

Nepal to go on polls in November

Nepal will hold a general election on November 26, the government said on Monday, hoping to conclude a

Nigeria's president slams divisions after absence

Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari took to state TV on Monday in his first speech since returning from a

2nd academic journal pressed to censor China content

A second academic journal has received requests to censor content in China, following an international outcry after Cambridge

Tokyo stocks end flat on geopolitical concerns

Tokyo stocks slightly lower on Tuesday as investors cast a wary eye on geopolitical crises and looked ahead

11 Chinese tourists injured in Thailand

Eleven Chinese tourists and three Thais were injured after a pick-up truck crashed into a van carrying Chinese

200 get relief materials in Gaibandha Sadar

A total of 200 people affected by recent flood and river erosion at Goghat village under Kamarjani union

Gold trader found dead in Benapole

Police recovered body of a gold trader from Ichhamati River in Putkhali area of Benapole in Jessore on

Preparatory meeting held ahead of Eid

Aimed at making the celebration of the upcoming Eid-ul-Azha, the second largest festival of the Muslims, smooth and

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