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Bangladesh Post Office has released a commemorative postage stamp, a first day cover and data card on the occasion

Nahid's PO held based on specific info: Asad

Home Minister Asaduzzaman Khan on Monday said the personal officer (PO) of Education Minister Nurul Islam Nahid, Education Ministry

Turkey expects swift campaign against Kurds

Turkey shelled targets in northwest Syria on Monday and said it would swiftly crush the US-backed Kurdish YPG fighters

Killings in shootouts up in January

Killings in reported gun fights  between the law enforcing people and outlawed miscreants in the country has been increasing.

Ensure quality education: President to universities

President Md Abdul Hamid yesterday asked the private university authorities to take pragmatic steps to ensure the quality of

BD's development more inclusive than India, Pakistan: WEF

Bangladesh was ranked at the 36th place among emerging economies on an Inclusive Development Index, above neighboring India's position

Execution of Cabinet decisions improves

Some 78 percent decisions of the Cabinet, taken in the 4th quarter of the last year, has been implemented,

Rohingya repatriation delayed: Official

Bangladesh has delayed the repatriation of Rohingya Muslim refugees to Myanmar, set to start on Tuesday, because the process

Penalty to be tougher for disrupting law

A bill, titled 'The Law and Order Disruption (Speedy Trial) (amendment) Bill, 2018' was placed in Parliament yesterday, raising

Another Rohingya man stabbed dead

Another Rohingya man was stabbed to death by some miscreants at Balukhali Rohingya camp in Ukhia upazila of Cox's

Ivy to leave hospital today

Narayanganj City Corpo-ration Mayor Selina Hayat Ivy, after undergoing treatment at Labaid Hospitals for four day, would be discharged

Teachers' strike in schools, colleges

Classes in the MPO-listed (monthly payment order) academic institutions across the country were suspended yesterday due to a strike

CHT people to enjoy land ownership: PM

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina yesterday assured the inhabitants of the Chittagong Hill Tracts (CHT) that they will be able

Second phase Biswa Ijtema ends seeking world peace

The second phase of Biswa Ijtema concluded on Sunday with the Akheri Munajat on the bank of the Turag

1,27,198 Bangladeshis to perform Hajj

                         A total of 1,27,198 people will perform Hajj from Bangladesh this year, said Religious Affairs Minister Principal Motiur

'Half of unpaid wages of jute workers to be cleared'

The half of the unpaid wages of protesting jute mill workers who are now on strike will be cleared

New political party launched

Eight political parties in the country have merged into a single platform as a new political party named Democratic

DU registered graduate polls

The result of the registered graduates' representatives election 2018 was announced yesterday. Pro-Awami League Gonotantrik Oikya Parishad bagged 24

Lankans keep their hopes alive

Thisara Perera all-round effort helped Sri Lanka keep their hope alive by earning a six-wicket win over Zimbabwe in

'80pc honest people hate BNP'

Awami League general secretary Obaidul Quader on Sunday said 80 percent conscious and honest  people of the country  hate

MP's son 'commits suicide' at NAM Bhaban

Police have recovered the body of Aneek Aziz, the son of Satkhira-1 MP Mustafa Lutfullah, which was found hanging

Government to excavate 178 more rivers

The government has a plan to excavate more 178 rivers under special plan with a view to increase the

AL postpones sub-committee

The ruling Awami League yesterday postponed its recently formed sub-committees in the face of "protest" by a group of

Biswa Ijtema ends today

The second phase of the three-day 53rd Biswa Ijtema, the second largest Muslim congregation after the Hajj, will end

Four killed in 'gunfights'

Four suspected robbers were killed in separate 'gunfights with their cohorts' in Jessore Sadar and Jhikargaccha upazilas early Saturday.

Vegetable prices high despite ample supply

While vegetable prices normally fall during the winter season, it is not the case this year. Despite an adequate

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