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 Around 60 percent of the brick kilns in the country are being operated illegally without environmental clearance. 

Pakistan mosque blast death toll reaches 100

 Distraught relatives thronged hospitals in Pakistan's Peshawar on Tuesday to look for their kin a day after a suicide

Peter Haas inaugurates US university fair

 U.S. Ambassador Peter Haas inaugurated the largest U.S. university fair in Bangladesh with prospective students and U.S. institutions yesterday. 

France hit by travel woes amid pension reform strikes

uAA News Desk/France saw its second major nationwide strike in two weeks on Tuesday in a backlash against the

Non-resident diplomats call on Foreign Minister

 Federico Salas Lofte, non-resident Ambassador of Mexico, Alejandro Simancas Marin, non-resident Ambassador of Cuba, Mr. Sinisa Pavic, non-resident Ambassador

Mahmudul Hossain Khan promoted to Secretary

 The government has promoted Mahmudul Hossain Khan to the post of Secretary. Mahmudul Hossain Khan is currently Director General

Suicide bombing at mosque in Pakistan kills 32

 A suicide bombing at a crowded mosque in Pakistan's Peshawar killed at least 32 people on Monday, the latest

Covid remains a public health emergency: WHO

 Three years to the day after the World Health Organisation (WHO) sounded the highest level of global alert over

Modi pays tributes to Mahatma Gandhi

 India remembered Mahatma Gandhi on his 75th death anniversary on Monday with President Droupadi Murmu and Prime Minister Narendra

Argentina to reopen embassy in Dhaka

 Foreign Minister AK Abdul Momen has said that Argentina has started the process to reopen an embassy in Dhaka

New Ansar VDP DG pays tribute to Bangabandhu

 The government has appointed Major General AKM Aminul Haque in the post of the new Director General of Ansar-VDP.

SIBL Chairman, AMD resign

 The chairman, Mahbub-Ul-Alam, and additional managing director (AMD), Abu Reza Mohammad Yahiya, of Social Islami Bank Limited (SIBL) have

Bangladesh, Philippines to hold negotiation

 Bangladesh and Philippines are going to hold negotiations over the recovery of the money which was heisted from Bangladesh

Tyre Nichols: Police unit is disbanded after death

 The Memphis Police Department has disbanded the so-called Scorpion special unit, whose officers are accused of murdering Tyre Nichols.

Nipah virus kills 5 in Bangladesh

 Health and Family Welfare Minister Zahid Maleque has said that Nipah virus has so far taken 5 lives and

Caretaker govt most suitable system for credible polls: Fakhrul

 BNP Secretary General Mirza Fakhrul Islam Alamgir on Sunday said election under a caretaker government is the most suitable

Israel plans new measures after attacks

 Israel's Security Cabinet agreed on new counterterrorism measures on Saturday evening, in response to deadly shootings in East Jerusalem

Mehmood Husain returning to National Bank

 Md Mehmood Husain resigned from the Managing Director post of National Bank Limited on 18 January 2023. However,

Digital Security Act necessary in context of reality: Anisul

 Law Minister Anisul Huq has said that the Digital Security Act (DSA) has a significant necessity in the context

Fierce battle in Ukraine for Vugledar near Donetsk

 Ukrainian troops were locked in a "fierce" confrontation with Russian fighters Friday for control of the town of Vugledar

Afghan female students not allowed to sit university entrance exam

 The Taliban-run Ministry of Higher Education ordered private universities in Afghanistan not to allow female students to sit university

CTTC arrests 6 militants including 1 Al Qaeda man

 The Counter Terrorism and Transnational Crime (CTTC) unit of Dhaka Metropolitan Police arrested five suspected members of banned militant

US and EU to launch first AI agreement

 The United States and European Union on Friday announced an agreement to speed up and enhance the use of

Sabalenka wins maiden Grand Slam at Australian Open

 Aryna Sabalenka bludgeoned her way to a maiden Grand Slam title at the Australian Open with a 4-6, 6-3,

'585 students died by suicide in 2022'

 As many as 585 students of schools, colleges and universities across Bangladesh died by suicide in 2022, according to

Archrivals China, India move in to fund same Bangladesh port

  China and India are stepping forward to invest in the same Bangladeshi port, raising eyebrows as the regional

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