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The border security forces of Bangladesh and India have agreed to make joint efforts to bring down the

Australia beat Sri Lanka by 87 runs

Australia captain Aaron Finch and pace bowler Mitchell Starc stole the show as the holders eased to an

If not resolved, Rohingya crisis may destabilize region

Stressing the importance of a peaceful solution to Rohingya crisis, President Abdul Hamid on Saturday sought support and

5th phase polls in 21 upazilas on June 18

The fifth and final phase of the upazila parishad elections will be held to 21 upazilas on June

Saudi seeks oil supply protection

Saudi Arabia called for swift action to secure Gulf energy supplies, after the United States blamed Iran for

10pc power from renewables difficult as projects hit snag

Bangladesh's goal to generate 10 percent of its electricity from renewables by the next year will be a

Proteas beat Afghans by 9 wickets

South Africa kickstarted its Cricket World Cup campaign with a nine-wicket win over Afghanistan under the DLS method

B'baria asst land officer suspended

Assistant land officer Bajlul Haque of sadar union under Nasirnagar upazila has been suspended on charge of taking

MA Mannan for concerted efforts to reap dev benefits

Claiming that the country has the resources to spend even 2-3 times more in development projects in the

Coalition wins Madrid, far-left keeps Barcelona

A conservative has been sworn in as the new mayor of Madrid in the first major political shift

IDWF, GFBTU ink MoU to protect workers in Bahrain

The International Domestic Workers Federation on Saturday signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the General Federation of Bahrain

Nakla OC to be withdrawn

Nakla Police Station's Officer-in-Charge (OC) Kazi Shahnewaj will be withdrawn from his post for negligence of duty over

England crush Windies

Joe Root's classy unbeaten century led England to a comprehensive eight-wicket victory over West Indies in a one-sided

President seek Tajikistan's support to settle Rohingya crisis

President Abdul Hamid has sought cooperation from Tajikistan in resolving the Rohingya crisis.The President came up with the

'Budget lacks measures to check macroeconomic imbalance'

Unnayan Onneshan (UO), an independent multidisciplinary think-tank, says that the proposed budget for the fiscal year 2019-20 lacks

Imran Khan breaks diplomatic protocol at SCO summit

Prime Minister of Pakistan Imran Khan yet again broke the diplomatic protocol, this time at the opening ceremony

Swiss women strike for equality, respect

Women across Switzerland have taken to the streets to protest against what they say is the country's unacceptably

Compensation still falters

Yesterday was the 22nd anniversary of possibly the first real manmade disaster affecting the environment to occur in

TIB slams black money amnesty

The Transparency International Bangladesh (TIB) criticized the proposed budget for keeping windows to whiten black money, calling it

'Don't panic over expired drugs'

The Bangladesh Association of Pharmaceutical Industries (BAPI) does not see 'any reason to panic' at the news of

College girl 'set on fire'

A college girl suffered serious burn injuries as miscreants allegedly set her on fire at Birpur in the

Lightning kills four farmers in Pabna

Four farmers have lost their lives to lightning strikes while working on the field in two Upazilas of

Gulf of Oman tanker attacks US says video shows Iran removing mine

The US military has released a video which it says shows Iranian special forces removing an unexploded mine

Tanzania row over wig and hair extension tax

A row has broken out in Tanzania over the government's decision to impose a tax on wigs and

Mobile phone use to cost more

Mobile phone users have to count more on calls, data and other services as the budget for fiscal

Guterres concerned

United Nations (UN) Secretary General Antonio Guterres has expressed deep concern over the delay in forcefully displaced Rohingyas

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