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Sahara Khatun laid to rest

 Awami League Presidium member and former home minister Advocate Sahara Khatun was laid to eternal rest at Banani graveyard

'Transparent public finances must for a resilient economy'

 Experts at a webinar on Saturday said Chartered Accountants (CAs) can play a vital role in economic recovery by

Dhaka celebrates 'OIC Youth Capital' on July 27

 Bangladesh is going to celebrate 'Dhaka-OIC Youth Capital 2020' on July 27 with 100 local youths and 150 others

Disengagement between India and China is 'work in progress': Jaishankar

 The disengagement and de-escalation process between Indian and Chinese troops along the Line of Actual Control (LAC) is a

US warns citizens of heightened detention risks in China

 The US State Department warned American citizens on Saturday to "exercise increased caution" in China due to heightened risk

Pakistan Ulema Council extends support

 An umbrella group of Muslim organizations in Pakistan has extended its support to the construction of the first Hindu

Drop politically motivated charges' against Mir Shakil-ur-Rahman

 The Human Rights Watch (HRW) has called on the government to "drop politically motivated charges and release Mir Shakil-ur-Rahman,

'Regent Hospital deal was dictated by high-ups'

 Abul Kalam Azad, director general of health services, claimed that he did not know Regent Hospital Chairman Mohammad Shahed

US sets record in virus cases for third day

 New cases of COVID-19 rose by nearly 69,000 across the United States on Friday, according to a Reuters tally,

Security law to cost HK its financial hub tag

 As China continues to push ahead with the implementation of its draconian national security law on Hong Kong, it

Nicaragua rejects Israel's annexation plans, stands with Palestine

 Nicaragua rejected Israel's plans to annex parts of the occupied West Bank warning there will be no peace and

'Covid-19 creating employment opportunities'

 State Minister for ICT Zunaid Ahmed Palak on Saturday said the coronavirus pandemic is also creating technology-based jobs and

Bogura RDA DG dies of COVID-19

Director General (DG) of Rural Development Academy (RDA), Bogura Aminul Islam died of Covid-19 at Rajshahi Medical College Hospital

India, China agree on disengagement of troops from Ladakh

India and China on Friday held a fresh round of diplomatic talks on the border row in eastern Ladakh

Hagia Sophia can be used as mosque again: Turkey court

A Turkish court opened the way Friday for Hagia Sophia to be restored as a mosque, threatening to set

Asian stocks fall on virus worry

Asian shares and US stock futures fell on Friday as record-breaking new coronavirus cases in several US states stoked

Global aid to education likely to fall: UNESCO

Global aid is likely to decline by up to US$2 billion from 2018 to 2022 as a result of

Teesta crosses danger mark as major rivers rising in B'putra basin

The Teesta crossed the danger  mark at Dalia point in Nilphamari district on Friday evening as major rivers started

Pak airline banned from US over pilot certifications

The US Department of Transportation said it had revoked permission for Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) to conduct charter flights

Australia approves remdesivir as virus treatment

Australia approved the anti-viral drug remdesivir for treatment of Covid-19 on Friday (July 10) following a similar decision from

Sahara to be buried at Banani graveyard today

Awami League Presidium Member and former home minister Advocate Sahara Khatun, MP, will be buried beside her parents' graves

Tapentadol declared as narcotic substances

The government has declared Tapentadol as narcotic substances and ordered a halt to the production of painkiller pharma drug

Pandemic clouds future of migrant workers

Md Rezaul Islam, a 30-year-old native of Singair in Manikganj, went to Saudi Arabia in 2008 for work by

Malaysia cops grill five Al Jazeera journos

Malaysian police Friday questioned five Australian journalists from Al Jazeera over a documentary about the plight of migrants which

27 cattle markets to be set up in city

A total of 27 cattle markets, including two permanent, are expected to be set up by the two Dhaka

'113 lose lives in railway accidents in 6 months'

Although the train services remained suspended for over two months as part of lockdown enforced due to Covid-19 pandemic,

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