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UN Special Rapporteur on the situation of human rights in Myanmar Yanghee Lee on Sunday met Foreign Minister

Alleged yaba trader killed in a 'gunfight' at Teknaf

An alleged yaba trader was killed in a gunfight during the joint operation of BGB-Police in Teknaf, Cox's

Walton offers 12 years guaranty for its fridge'

The country's electronics giant 'Walton' has recently increased the guarantee period of its' fridge' compressors to 12 years

KOICA chief to focus on Rohingya issue

President of Korea International Cooperation Agency (KOICA) Lee Mi-kyung arrives here on Sunday night on a four-day visit

Large number of people gather at DITF everyday

Large number of people gather at the DITF ground every day for observing new items on display. The

Experts for moral diplomacy to mount pressure on Myanmar

Bangladesh can explore more ways with much importance on "moral diplomacy" reaching out to everyone in global society

'US shutdown could stunt economic growth'

The shutdown of the US government - now in its record 28th day - is becoming a drag

Warehouses gutted in Chattogram

A fire has devastated several warehouses at the now-defunct Victory jute mill in Chattogram's Kattoli. Eighteen fire trucks

Yaba traders feel safe 'in custody'

Anamul Hoque, the Union Parishad member of Teknaf Upazila Sadar Union Ward 4, had announced on Facebook that

Pedestrian killed by train in Ctg

A pedestrian was killed as a city-bound train from Chattogram University hit him in Nasirabad area yesterday afternoon.

City Bank MD resigns

City Bank Managing Director Sohail RK Hussain has resigned for 'personal reasons' nine months before his term was

'1,300 Rohingyas now in Cox's Bazar transit point'

Rohingya Muslims, not less than 1,300, who entered Bangladesh from India recently, are now staying at Ukhia upazila's

Consumer giants spurn risks

Major consumer companies including Unilever, Procter & Gamble and Nestle are chasing consumers who want food and household

Hundreds of Rohingya families flee India

Hundreds of Rohingya Muslim families have left India for Bangladesh since seven Rohingya men were deported to their home

Asia stocks advance on US-China trade relief

Asian stocks advanced on Friday as a report of progress in US-China trade talks stirred hopes of a

SS Steel spikes 401pc in trading debut

SS Steel Limited made a flying trading debut as its share price jumped 401 per cent to Tk

Private credit growth edges down in December

Private sector credit growth dropped significantly in December mainly due to the lower demand for loans, due mainly

OPEC issues quota list

OPEC on Friday published a list of oil production cuts by its members and other major producers for

China revises 2017 GDP growth down to 6.8pc

The National Bureau of Statistics of China on Friday revised the country's gross domestic product (GDP) growth for

Traditional fish fair attracts people

People from all walks of life have gathered on the last day of the Bengali month of Poush to

People rush for mega offers at DITF

The customers at the Dhaka International Trade Fair were looking for the highest discounts in different stalls to buy

Moves to make telecom market competitive

Regulators in Bangladesh have moved to enforce new rules that will act as a deterrent to any attempt to

Woman crushed by train in Chattogram

 A woman was crushed to death by a train in Ponthisila Hadipara area of Sitakunda Upazila on Thursday.

'Contribution of agriculture to economy rises'

Agriculture Minister Dr Md Abdur Razzaq yesterday said the contribution of agriculture sector to the national economy is

Female employees earn less than men in Citigroup

Citigroup's female employees earn 29 percent less than their male counterparts, the Wall Street bank revealed on Wednesday,

Miners' strike sparks fear of power shortages

One of Romania's main electricity plants began shutting down on Thursday due to insufficient coal caused by a

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