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 Russia has declared victory in its months-long operation to capture the strategic port of Mariupol after Ukraine ordered the

'Hasina's Bangladesh model can be savior for Sri Lanka'

 Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina's 'Bangladesh Model' can be savior for the South Asian island nation Sri Lanka, which is

'Enjoy the full moon from Padma bridge'

 The Padma Bridge is going to open for traffic next month materializing the dream of those who want to

BD wants fair prices for its products in European market

 Bangladesh has reiterated the need for ensuring fair prices for its products in the European market, especially in view

Women TV presenters defy Taliban order to cover faces on air

 Women presenters on Afghanistan's leading TV channels went on air on Saturday without covering their faces, defying a Taliban

BD reports first Covid death after one month

 Bangladesh on Saturday reported first death from Covid-19 after one month in 24 hours till Saturday morning while 16

Global heating is cutting sleep across the world: Study

 Rising temperatures driven by the climate crisis are cutting the sleep of people across the world, the largest study

Millions hit by floods in Sylhet

 Though eight days have passed, the flood situation in Sylhet district has not improved and millions of people have

'War is exacerbating global hunger crisis'

 A "perfect storm," created by the war in Ukraine combined with the effects of climate change and the pandemic,

India accuses China of illegal construction in border area

 India on Friday objected to China's construction of a second bridge across disputed Pangong Lake, an area it said

Monkeypox: WHO calls emergency meeting

 The World Health Organization was due to hold an emergency meeting on Friday to discuss the recent outbreak of

Economic crisis: TIB calls for independent committee

 With a view to addressing the potential fallout of global economic, the Transparency International Bangladesh (TIB) has called upon

How the West is strangling Putin's economy

  Russia's military failure in Ukraine has defied almost everyone's predictions. First came abject defeat at the gates of

China's international schools hit by exodus of teachers

 After teaching for three years at an international school in Shanghai, Michael is preparing to break his contract and

China wants to expand BRICS bloc of emerging economies

 China wants to expand the group of emerging economies known as BRICS, in the first shake up of the

India supplies vaccine under Quad umbrella

 India has supplied Covid-19 vaccines to Cambodia and Thailand under an initiative of the Quad group of countries, New

Over 1,700 surrender in Mariupol: Russia

 Moscow said on Thursday that 1,730 Ukrainian fighters had surrendered in Mariupol over three days, including 771 in the

WhatsApp to launch cloud API

 WhatsApp is introducing free cloud-based API services in a push to get more businesses using the app, Meta Platforms

Baloch women fear crackdown

 On 26 April, Pakistan's first female suicide bomber killed three Chinese teachers and the driver of the minibus they

IMF chief warns of multiple inflationary shocks

 Global finance leaders should prepare for multiple inflationary shocks, the head of the International Monetary Fund has warned, as

To survive, some Afghans sift through deadly remnants of old wars

 The father of six knew that where he was digging could kill him. But winter was approaching, and selling

Russia uses powerful laser weapons in Ukraine

 Russia on Wednesday said it was using a new generation of powerful laser weapons in Ukraine to burn up

Flooding worsens in Sylhet

 Monsoon rains and the onrush of mountain runoff have worsened flooding in parts of Sylhet, forcing the authorities to

9 top government posts reshuffled

 The government has assigned new secretaries to eight ministries and one commission.The government issued separate circulars to

'US wants action oriented deepening ties with BD'

 The United State (US) Ambassador to Bangladesh Peter Hass on Wednesday said his country wants to build "action oriented"

Climate-smart agriculture shines a ray of hope

 A climate change adaption project in Khulna agricultural region through smart-climate technology has been introduced with a view to

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