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City dwellers to miss Annisul Huq

People of Dhaka city will greatly miss Annisul Huq, the late Mayor of Dhaka North City Corporation (DNCC)

Transaction limit dims Eid festival

Transaction limits in Mobile Financial Service (MFS) are now a big concern for people who are spending millions

Long waits for train

Sufferings of home-bound passengers mount as delay in train schedule continued at Kamalapur railway station yesterday. Due to

5,100 senior staff nurses appointed

The Public Service Commission (PSC) has appointed 5,100 Senior Staff Nurses to the tenth grade, based on merit

Release Shahidul

Eleven Nobel laureates, including Archbishop Desmond Tutu, and 17 other eminent global citizens have demanded immediate and unconditional

Government reshuffles secretaries

The government has appointed new Secretaries for the portfolios of industries, agriculture, youth and sports and financial institutions

Indonesian island rocked by fresh quake

A strong 6.3-magnitude earthquake rocked the Indonesian island of Lombok today, sending people fleeing into the streets just

Joint forces conduct raids in hills

Joint forces of the police, army and border guards have started conducting raids across Khagrachhari on Sunday a

'Avoid risky launch journey'

The homebound passengers heading towards their native places to celebrate Eid-ul-Azha have been warned from travelling in overcrowded

Hajj begins at Arafat

Over 2 million Muslims from across the world have gathered at Makkah in Saudi Arabia for the official

Army man hacked dead in Jhenaidah

A member of Bangladesh Army was hacked to death by some unidentified miscreants at Bonkira village in Sadar

Train schedule collapses

Train passengers faced trouble at the Kamalapur Railway Station, the largest railway in the country, as most of

'Nothing can stop me from calling Zia killer of Bangabandhu'

Barrister Sheikh Fazle Noor Taposh MP says that nothing, not even the threat of jail, can prevent him

Govt urged to protect public interest

Speakers at a roundtable stressed the need for protecting public interest in digital security act. They said the

Political leaders to spend Eid holidays with voters

Leaders of major political parties expected to spend their Eid holidays to campaign for the ensuing parliamentary elections.

Reduce cell phone call rate: CRM

Citizens' Rights Movement (CRM), a consumers' rights body, has demanded for fixing mobile phone call rate at 10 paisa

Fire at Rajshahi police academy guts valuables

A fire that broke out yesterday morning at Bangla-desh Police Academy at Sarda in Charghat upazila burned down

Eid travellers to get traffic updates

Aiming to ensure hassle-free journeys, the Rapid Action Battalion (Rab) will provide Eid holidaymakers with traffic updates on

India clinch maiden title

The Indian girls came on top in a repeat of the final of the 2017 edition of the

24,000 Rohingyas murdered, 18,000 women, girls raped

More than 24,000 Rohingyas were murdered and 18,000 Rohingya women and girls raped during the military crackdown in

JP to remain with AL if BNP goes to polls: Ershad

Prime Minister's Special Envoy and Jatiya Party (JP) Chairman Alhaj Hussein Muhammad Ershad said his party will remain

Bar killers from political process: Inu

Information Minister Hasanul Haq Inu, MP, said there is no denying the fact that Zia, his wife Khaleda

Alvida Atal

Former Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee, a titan in Indian politics, was given the highest national send-off yesterday

Next mission for women with military service

A dragon winds around a cherry tree in the tattoo across MJ Hegar's arm and back, over the

Govt to set-up 350MW coal power plant in Borguna

Bangladesh government believes that sustainable power supply is a major precondition forĀ  socio-economic development as well as improvement the

Animal supply up, sale poor

As the Eid-ul-Azha, the second largest festival of Muslims, is going to celebrate just after three days, both the

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