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Russia has not asked to rejoin the group of the world's leading economies and is perfectly happy working

Putin dismisses G7 criticism as 'babbling', calls for cooperation

Russian President Vladimir Putin on Sunday dismissed criticism by the Group of 7 nations as "creative babbling" and

US approves extradition of ex-Panama president

Panamanian President Juan Carlos Varela said on Friday that the US State Department had approved his request to

India arrests 15 over latest 'child abduction' lynchings

Indian police have arrested 15 men after the latest in a spate of lynchings incited by rumours spread

Queen Elizabeth's horse wins Belmont Gold Cup in New York

A horse bred and owned by Queen Elizabeth II won the $400,000 Belmont Gold Cup Invitational by a

India's petrol, diesel demand rise to record highs in May

India's domestic sales for diesel and petrol rose to record highs in May, pushing the country's overall fuel

Singapore deports S Korean journalists

Two South Korean media staff have been deported after being arrested for illegally entering the North Korean ambassador's

'US to offer N Korea security guarantees for denuclearization'

 United States President Donald Trump believes that North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has an "unprecedented opportunity" to

EDB improves outlook for Belarus' GDP growth forecast to 3.7 pct in 2018

The Eurasian Development Bank (EDB)improved the outlook for the growth of the Belarusian economy in 2018 andincreased its

Stop romanticizing a dictator, say North Korea artists

The once-elusive Kim Jong-un may be emerging as something of an international statesman, but North Korean artists in

Bridge collapse creates sufferings

The bridge over a canal along Kaptai-Bengchhari link road collapsed one year ago which has been creating sufferings

Quality public services necessary for dev

Promoting and ensuring quality public services is always helpful of making common people mentally satisfied coupled with attaining

BGB recovers firearms

Members of the Border Guard Bangladesh (BGB) recovered three pistols, six magazines and 18 bullets from frontier Ajmatpur

Two killed in road accident

A man and his granddaughter were killed in a collision between a pick-up van and a CNG-run auto-rickshaw

Construction of library building progressing

Reconstruction works of the century-old public library building is progressing fast here as initiative has been taken to

Nigeria moves to boost cocoa sector

Cocoa House in Ibadan, southwest Nigeria, was built with the earnings from exports of cocoa beans and at

Grayson opens 'rough and tumble' art show

A "Vote Leave" Brexit referendum poster that graffiti artist Banksy has transformed to read "Vote to Love" is

Rain brings wheat relief in Australia's west

Relieved farmers in Australia's export-focused west are celebrating good rainfall at the end of the winter wheat-planting window, although

Rise in US suicides highlights need for new depression drugs

 A spike in suicide rates in the United States has cast fresh light on the need for more

Trump withdraws endorsement of G7 joint statement

US President Donald Trump dramatically withdrew his endorsement of a joint statement at the end of a G7

Industrialization termed indispensable for uplift

Fazley Hossain Badsha, a lawmaker and general secretary of Workers Party of Bangladesh, has said industrialization of Rajshahi region

Kia recalls 507,000 vehicles in US for air bag issues

Kia Motors Corp said on Friday it was recalling more than 507,000 vehicles in the United States because

Digitization becomes boon for many Rajshahi youths

Computer literacy along with efficient using of internet has not only eradicated the distressed condition of Ziaul Haque but

Minor boy killed

Shihab, a six-year-old boy went to buy Eid dress with his mother at Basara Bazaar in Faridganj upazila on

UP member found dead

A member of a union parishad in Kushtia district was found dead in a canal at Machpara union in

Niger ratifies agreement on African free trade area

Niger has deposited document with the African Union (AU) for the country's ratification of the agreement that establishes

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