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An accused of a rape case was killed in a reported gunfight with members of

PM gives financial assistance to Andrew Kishore

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Sunday gave Tk 10 lakh as financial assistance to renowned singer Andrew Kishore for his

Unified admission system for public universities from 2020: Dipu Moni

Education Minister Dr Dipu Moni on Sunday expressed the hope that a unified admission system for all public universities will

PM witnesses PowerPoint presentation on Sheikh Hasina University

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Wednesday witnessed a PowerPoint presentation on the master plan of Sheikh Hasina University project to

JOF briefs diplomats about political situation

Leaders of the Jatiya Oikya Front(JOF) have briefed

Prof Muzaffar Ahmad no more

NationalAwami Party President Professor Muzaffar Ahmad (Pro-Moscow NAP), a member ofthe advisory council of the

86% dengue patient returned home after treatment

Around 86 percent out of total 53,182 patients, who have been admitted to hospitals across the country, have returned home

Experts find falling demand, syndication behind decrease in rawhide prices

Experts have blamed the lack of policy, syndication by tanners, their ‘cash crunch’ and a fall in the demand for

BEPZA, EPZs observe National Mourning Day

Bangladesh Export Processing Zones Authority (BEPZA) has observed the National Mourning Day with due respect and solemnity.Executive Chairman of BEPZA

No letup in sexual assault, 2 more girls raped in Satkhira, Shariatpur

Two schoolgirls have reportedly been raped in Satkhira and Shariatpur districts while two people, including a teacher, were arrested in

Dengue robs many families of their Eid joy

Unlike previous years, Eid joy eluded septuagenarian Ambia Khatun this time. She could not celebrate Eid-ul-Azha with her grandchildren as

Stand by Mirpur slum fire victims: Dr Kamal

Gonoforum President Dr Kamal Hossain on Saturday urged the government and social organisations to come forward in aid of the

Fresh dengue infections mark significant fall; 2 more die yet

Two more people have died of dengue and 1,460 others have been infected with the mosquito-borne disease, showing a significant

Dhaka, Delhi ties reach a newer height: BD envoy

The friendly relations between Bangladesh and India have grown stronger and reached a newer height under the guidance of Prime

84% dengue affected patient returned home after treatment

Around 84 percent out of total 49,999 patients, who have been admitted to hospitals across the country, havereturned home

1,719 more dengue cases recorded in 24 hrs

A total of 1,719 people infected with dengue were admitted to hospitals across the country in 24 hours till 8am

PM visits separated conjoined twins at CMH

PrimeMinister Sheikh Hasina has visited the separated conjoined twins -- Rabeya andRukaya -- at the

Eid-ul-Azha celebrations begin

Muslims acrossBangladesh are celebrating the Eid-ul-Azha, their second largest religiousfestival, on Monday with the spirit

Health and Family Planning Ministry calls off Eid vacation

The Eid-ul-Azha vacation for officials and staff of all departments and other organizations under the Health and Family Planning Ministry

Fazilatunnesa Mujib, the woman behind Bangabandhu

Terming Bangamata Sheikh Fazilatunnesa Mujib as an inspiration for Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, former Agriculture Minister Matia Chowdhury said Fazilatunnesa

Holidaymakers start leaving Dhaka braving bad weather

People, in their thousands, started leaving the capital on Thursday for their ancestral homes braving the bad weather to celebrate

3 business institutions fined Tk 2.10 lakh in city

Bangladesh Standard Testing Institution (BSTI) has sued three business institutions in the city’s and realised Tk 2.10 lakh in fine

Bangladesh, US discuss concerns over migrants’ debt coercion

Bangladesh and the United States have discussed concerns with traffickers exploiting legal recruitment fees to trap migrant workers in debt-based

Rifat murder: HC denies bail to Minni

The High Court on Thursday refused to grant bail to Aysha Siddika Minni in a case filed over the killing

Have enough water, juice to defeat dengue: Expert

Describing the notion to have papaya-leaf juice for increasing the blood platelet count as a ‘myth’, medicine specialist Prof Dr

Bangladesh HC pays tribute to Sushma Swaraj

Bangladesh High Commissioner to India Syed Muazzem Ali paid last respect to India’s former external affairs minister Sushma Swaraj on

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