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 At least 42 people were killed in Israeli attacks on districts of Gaza City in the north of the

Environment Ministry urges caution and awareness about Russell's Viper

 The Ministry of Environment, Forests and Climate Change has addressed public concern regarding recent sightings of the Russell's Viper

India beat Tigers by 50 runs

  India's Hardik Pandya plays a shot during the ICC men's Twenty20 World Cup 2024 Super Eight cricket match between

MPs slam govt for keeping the provision of whitening black money

 Two ruling Awami League MPs and a Jatiya Party MP on Saturday in Jatiya Sangsad slammed the government for

Egypt to prosecute travel agents for 'fraudulent' hajj trips

 The Egyptian prime minister, Mostafa Madbouly, has ordered 16 tourism companies to be stripped of their licences and referred

BD seeks India's support to become member of BRICS: FM

Foreign Minister Dr Hasan Mahmud on Saturday said Bangladesh has sought support from India to become a member of

Ruling Communist Party looks to silence #MeToo movement in China

 A prominent Chinese scribe fighting for the down trodden and affected under the #MeToo movement has been given five-years

Floods strand over 2 million people in Bangladesh

 Monsoon rains and upstream river water from India have caused widespread flooding in northeastern Bangladesh, stranding more than 2

Israeli bombardment kills dozens across Gaza

 Israeli forces pounded Rafah in southern Gaza on Friday, as well as other areas across the enclave, killing at

Bangabandhu Railway Bridge nears completion

 The construction of the Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujib Railway Bridge over the Jamuna River is entering its final stage. According

Tourist accused of blasphemy killed by mob in Pakistan

 A tourist has been dragged from a police station and killed by a mob in north-west Pakistan after

Prices of meat, chicken, green chilli and vegetables still high

 Prices of beef, mutton, chickens, eggs, green chilli and vegetables are still high in the kitchen market of the

'India Out Campaign' Fizzles Out on Eid, Noboborsho

  For Mir Mostaque Ahmed Robi, a former Bangladesh lawmaker, the 'India out' campaign against products from this country makes

Death toll tops 1,000 after hajj marked by extreme heat

 The death toll from this year's hajj has exceeded 1,000, an AFP tally said on Thursday, more than half

Investigation officers cannot determine child's age: HC

 No investigation officer has the authority to identify a child, who is in contact with the law or involved

Several lakh people marooned in Sylhet region

 The flood situation in Sylhet region is causing sufferings to several lakh people as they remain marooned. Fresh downstream

Dhaka warns Myanmar military, Arakan army of firing into BD

 Home Minister Asaduzzaman Khan has said that Bangladesh has conveyed its concern to Myanmar military and Arakan army with

Flood situation worsens in Sylhet and Sunamganj

 Gushing waters from upstream areas in northeast India accompanied by downpours continued to inundate fresh areas in Sylhet and

Murdered MP Anar's daughter Dorin seeks rapid investigation

 Mumtarin Ferdous Dorin, daughter of the recently murdered Jhenaidah-4 lawmaker Md Anwarul Azim Anar, said on Wednesday that the

US, West Concerned Over China Inroads into The Arab World

  The tenth session of China-Arab States Cooperation Forum (CASCF) highlighted Beijing's growing prominence and sudden decline of the Western

Viatina-19, the world's most expensive cow

 Brazil has hundreds of millions of cows, but one in particular is extraordinary. Her massive, snow-white body is watched

Russian-Uzbek billionaire Usmanov sues UBS in Germany

 Russian-Uzbek billionaire Alisher Usmanov has filed a lawsuit against the bank UBS Europe SE in Frankfurt over what his

SA defeat USA by 18 runs at T20 WC

 Quinton de Kock hit a blistering half-century as South Africa defeated a battling United States by 18 runs in

Russian warship visit brings cold war frisson to sweltering Havana

 Where once vast American cruise ships disgorged mojito-thirsty holidaymakers into the crumbling streets of old Havana, now lurks the

Prices of Eid essentials spike on the back of increased demand, lax monitoring

Ahead of Eid-ul-Azha, the prices of ginger, garlic, onion, and green chili increased on the back of increased

Why the pope has the ears of G7 leaders on the ethics of AI

 After a gruelling first day discussing how to finance a prolonged war against an authoritarian dictator, G7 leaders in

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