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246 killed by lightning strikes this year

At least 246 people were killed by lightning strikes across the country from February 1 to August 30 this year,

One-in-three young people victim of online bullying: UN

Around one-in-three young people across 30 countries, including Bangladesh, India and Myanmar, say they have been bullied online while one-in-five

Urgency for vaccine grows as virus ravages China's pigs

Scientists are working to develop a vaccine to help guard the world's pork supply as a deadly virus ravages Asia's

Odisha's Rasagola receives Geographical Indication tag

Odisha on Monday received the official recognition from the Geographical Indication of India after its 'Rasagola' received the GI tag.

Czech stud farm makes UNESCO's World Heritage list

A Czech stud farm founded 440 years ago to breed and train ceremonial horses to serve at the Habsburg emperor's

Taiwan holds first gay marriages in historic day for Asia

Taiwan's first official same-sex weddings kicked off Friday in a landmark moment for LGBT rights in Asia as gay couples

The curse of early marriage torments everyone’s conscience

Though early marriage is a serious violation of child right, Aporna Sen, a daughter of a farmer at Jorarbari

ATR 72-600 aircraft added to US-Bangla fleet

US-Bangla Airlines has added a brand new ATR 72-600 aircraft to its fleet.The aircraft which came straight from the

Mustafizur begins new innings

Bangladeshi speedstar Mustafizur Rahman tied the knot with his cousin on Friday.His wife, Samia Arefin, is a

World Meteorological Day on March 23

The World Meteorological Day will be observed here like other countries in the world on Saturday commemorating the emergence

Over 4.5 lakhs premature babies take birth every year

A young lady Irani Sarkar, aged around 25, gave birth to a premature baby about two years back. She

Prof Stanford for preserving turtles, tortoises in Bangladesh

Dr Craig B Stanford, a professor of Biological Science and Anthropology at the University of Southern California, has laid

Enock Ikope: Former Zimbabwe cricket chief banned for 10 years

Former Zimbabwe Cricket director Enock Ikope has been given a 10-year ban from the game for corruption.Ikope

Scholarships and MBA in Canada for Bangladeshi students and professionals

Harry and Meghan bring rain to drought-stricken Outback town

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex were jokingly thanked for bringing England's notoriously inclement

India actresses in US 'prostitution' racket

The arrest of an Indian couple in the US who allegedly ran a prostitution

First celebrated wedding in Rohingya refugee camp

Change Is You: Leaving Decisive Footmarks

How do you react when you see a fellow

The Man in Our Computers

hat if I tell you, one of themost successful dropouts of all time is a man called William

Break between resistances, endurance training sessions can boost performance

The advice from James Cook University sports scientists comes after the team

Remembering legendary actor of Bangla cinema ‘Mahanayak’ Uttam Kumar

Uttam Kumar remains the biggest hero of Bengali cinema till date –

Man dresses up as dead sister for 20 years for sake of mentally-ill mother

Talk of selfless love and this Chinese man could well be the

Remembering Edmund Hillary on his 98th birthday

Edmund Hillary was an explorer and mountaineer  and  he was the first to reach

Language lessons for your baby may start in womb: Study

Love to speak to your unborn baby? Well he or she can

[WATCH] People who capture Cox’s Bazar memories

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