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Not a single wing flutters in the Seropedica aviary near Rio de Janeiro, where aras and others parrots are

EU sovereign debt may be dragged out of London

Banks at the heart of EU government borrowing could be forced to move some operations out of London if

Firefighters on action at Lodgepole Complex

More than 600 firefighters in Montana on Tuesday battled to halt the spread of the biggest wildfire in the

'UAE optimistic about supply cut compliance'

The United Arab Emirates' energy minister is optimistic that oil producers would comply with a supply cut deal and

Sperm count drop 'could make humans extinct'

Humans could become extinct if sperm counts in men continue to fall at current rates, a doctor has warned.

Antibody holds back man's HIV

An experimental therapy has held back one man's HIV infection for 10 months, doctors have reported. He was one

An underwater diamond harvest in Namibia

A vast mechanical monster rises from the Atlantic Ocean off the coast of Namibia, leaving a huge swell in

Fed expected to leave rates unchanged

The Federal Reserve is expected to hold interest rates unchanged on Wednesday and possibly hint that it will start

RU student seeks help to survive

Ismail Hossain, a student of 3rd year of Social Science Department of Rajshahi University seeks help to survive from

BGB instructs stopping drug smuggling

Director General of Border Guard Bangladesh (BGB) Major General Abul Hossain on Tuesday asked the BGB men to stop

Curable disease isolates a family in Kurigram !

When a family member is affected by a serious but unnoticeable disease, others console the victim. But when four

Dhaka Executive Committee holds announcement meeting

Narayanganj Zila Samity's 51 member distinguished Dhaka Executive Committee held its announcement meeting at the capital's Pan Pacific Sonargaon

Judge court employee kidnapped in Gazipur

An employee of Gazipur Judge Court was allegedly kidnapped on Saturday.  He was identified as Abdur Rahim, chief comparison

Waterlogging increases students' sufferings at RU

The students of Rajshahi University (RU) have been suffering from water-logging problem for many years due to poor drainage

Youth beaten to death in Nangolkot

An youth was beaten to death over an allegation of stealing fish at Bangodda area of Nangolkot upazila in

Patience needed to build up a child, says experts

Religious leaders said that patience is must to build up a child in a family. They said this at

Int'l Anti-drug Addiction Day observed in Rajshahi

With a slogan "Akti paribar dangser jonno akti madokasokto bekti-e jotesto" the International Anti-drug Addiction Day was observed in

Int'l Day against Drug Abuse Day observed

The International Day against Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking was observed in Kotalipara upazila of Gopalganj district on Wednesday.

Prospect of Trump tariff casts pall over US solar industry

US solar companies are snapping up cheap imported solar panels ahead of a trade decision by the Trump administration

China's crude oil imports to exceed 400m tons

China's crude oil imports will exceed 400 million tonnes this year, said an executive at a Chinese state oil

Kors to buy Jimmy Choo for $1.2 billion

US retailer Michael Kors has agreed to buy luxury shoemaker Jimmy Choo for $1.2 billion, snapping up a British

Oil extends gains as Saudi pledges export curbs

Oil prices extended gains on Tuesday after Saudi Arabia pledged to curb exports from next month and OPEC called

Dollar sheds gain on US concerns

The dollar surrendered short-lived gains on Tuesday as concerns about the US economy and politics returned to the fore

Tokyo stocks drift lower ahead of earnings

Tokyo stocks drifted lower Tuesday in light trading before Japan's corporate earnings season gets underway in earnest, with traders

Activist investor Sandell presses for Barnes & Noble sale

Activist investor Sandell Asset Management Corp wants Barnes & Noble to try to sell itself again, saying the bookstore

52,000 tree saplings planted in Rajshahi

More than 52,000 tree saplings were planted in one hour by the members of Department of Primary Education (DPE)

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