Monday, September 21, 2015



No annual secondary exams this year

Students at secondary levels won't have to face annual exams this year. Education Minister Dipu Moni said on Wednesday

Pakistan Army's 'Operation Gulmarg': Oct 1947

As the British rulers refused to revoke Durand Line Award on the eve of Indian Independence Act, King

24 more die, 1545 cases

The relentless coronavirus has taken the lives of 24 more people in Bangladesh, raising the total to 5,723. Moreover,

Thailand welcomes tourists back as Bangkok protests heat up

Thailand received a group of tourists from China on Tuesday, its first such arrivals since commercial flights were banned

Durga Puja begins today, security tightened

Durga Puja is going to  kick off formally today with Maha Sashthi puja at temples across the country amid

India's virus situation is stable: Modi

In a televised address Tuesday night, Prime Minister Narendra Modi of India urged his countrymen to tighten up their

'China did very little to resolve Rohingya issue'

The United States has said china did 'very little' role in comparison to what 'should be expected' from them

Journalist Ruhul Amin Gazi arrested

Police arrested journalist Ruhul Amin Gazi on Wednesday evening. He is chief reporter of Daily Sangram and president of

Gonoforum (Montu) warns Dr Kamal of action

A faction of Gonoforum leaders, led by its former general secretary Mostafa Mohsin Montu, on Wednesday warned of taking

Parliament special session on Mujib Barsha Nov 8

On the occasion of the Mujib Barsha, a special session of the 11th Jatiya Sangsad (JS) will begin at

5 Koreans die after getting flu shots, sparking vaccine fears

Five people have died after getting flu shots in South Korea in the past week, authorities said, raising concerns

Norway keen on investing in BD's ship recycling industry

Norway has shown interest in investing in the ship recycling industry in Bangladesh, which has already set the February

Road mishaps killed over 37,000 in 5 years

Road accidents in Bangladesh is still one of the leading causes of deaths as 37,170 people were killed in

Water transport workers go on indefinite strike

 In order to press home 11-point demand, including implementation of the 2016 pay scale, workers of water transports on

PM for modernizing airports

 The Executive Committee of the National Economic Council (Ecnec) on Tuesday approved four projects, including a Tk 567-crore one,

All you need to know

 The race for the White House has begun as the United States Presidential Election 2020 is scheduled to take

India sees lowest daily new Covid-19 cases in four months

 India posted its lowest daily coronavirus caseload in nearly four months, data from the health ministry showed on Tuesday,

'1 in 6 children lives in extreme poverty'

 An estimated 1 in 6 children - or 356 million globally - lived in extreme poverty before the pandemic,

Taiwan won't be intimidated by China's 'hooligan' diplomats

 Taiwan will not be intimidated by China's "hooligan" officials and will continue to celebrate its national day around the

Evaluation system to be aired today

 The Education Ministry is going to announce the evaluation system for the secondary annual examinations today.Mohammad Abul

Durga Puja pandals in West Bengal made no-entry zones

 No visitors will be allowed inside Durga Puja pandals across West Bengal, and the Puja mandap will be treated

18 more deaths, 1380 cases

 The relentless coronavirus has taken the lives of 18 more people in Bangladesh, raising the total to 5,699. Moreover,

BNP leaders should resign, says Quader

 Awami League General Secretary and Road Transport and Bridges Minister Obaidul Quader on Tuesday said the BNP leaders should

DU to hold admission tests at division cities

 Dhaka University will hold admission tests in divisional cities and decided to alter the qualifying scores amid the coronavirus

Khaleda's charge hearing in Niko graft case Nov 24

 A court on Tuesday set November 24 to hold a hearing on charge framing in Niko graft case against

Vaccine storage issues could leave 3B people without access

 The chain breaks here, in a tiny medical clinic in Burkina Faso that went nearly a year without a

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