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FEATURE

Global Education in Dhaka

Global Education in Dhaka

Great news for parents who plan to send their children away from home for study. That global standar

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Beyond the predictive text

When knowledge gained is not acknowledged, and the textbook is considered the sole source of answers, education becomes a foreign language.
Beyond the predictive text

A critique of rote learning is an educational cliché. Much has been written about it and almost ever

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DJIT students went to Japan for higher education

As many as 17 students from Daffodil Japan IT Ltd.

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Op-ed

Defeat terrorism with constant communication, good governance: Kerry

Defeat terrorism with constant communication, good governance: Kerry

Extending all-out support to Bangladesh for fighting terrorism, US Secretary of State John Kerry on

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Terrorism undermines efforts to maintain peace and security

State Minister for Foreign Affairs Md Shahriar Alam said that

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Stop trying to rationalise hatred

After the tragedy that took place in Orlando this week,

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EDITORIAL
Editorial

Give denim due fillip

In the expansion and diversification of our exports we must

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What others say

The digital privacy

The number of people involved now on Facebook is truly

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A second referendum in UK?

It is bad in principle, because a defeat for the terms of exit, after lengthy negotiations, would presumably come after the time permitted for such negotiations by Treaty, and when the time to seek any other terms would have expired, writes William Hague
A second referendum in UK?

It would be the ultimate Yes, Minister plot. The people, in a high turnout in a national referendum,

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LETTERS TO EDITORIAL

Foreign nationals in Bangladesh

Though some 10,000 foreigners are registered with Board of Investment

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Fornt Page

Quasem seeks time to think about mercy

He will get maximum 7 days to seek mercy: Family meets in jail

News Report Death-row convict Mir Quasem Ali sought time from the Kashimpur jail authorities to decide on whether he will apply for presidential mercy on Wednesday. After listening the verdict, Mir Quasem said that he sought time from the jail authorities to decide on whether he would apply for presidential mercy, said the jail super. Proshanto Kumar Banik and jailer of jail-2 Nashir Ahmed with a copy of the full text of the verdict entered the condemned cell around 7:30pm where Mir Quasem Ali has been kept. Earlier, the verdict's copy reached Kashimpur Jail from Dhaka Central Jail at Keraniganj around 12:45am. The copy of the SC verdict rejecting the review plea of Mir Quasem Ali reached the Dhaka Central...  read more>>

Pictorial

PictorialNew areas of Kushtia district have been inundated as India has opened  read more>>

Risha's killer Obaidul nabbed

News Report Members of Rapid Action Battalion (Rab) arrested Obaidul,  read more>>

List of 40 missing people prepared, says IGP

Inspector General of Police (IGP) AKM Shahidul Hoque on Wednesday  read more>>

SWIFT discloses more cyber thefts

SWIFT, the global financial messaging system, on Tuesday disclosed new  read more>>

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BACK PAGE
IS spokesman killed in northern Syria
Beirut, Aug 31: The Islamic State group's spokesman and chief   read more>>
PM seeks Norwegian support for expanding aquaculture
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Malaysia detains 3 militants
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METROPOLIS
Universities get online boost
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Teachers express solidarity with anti-militancy campaign
Hundreds of teachers representing primary schools and madrasahs to universities   read more>>
KUET to celebrate 13th founding anniv today
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BUSINESS
Apparel sector to hit $50b export target by 2021: Amu
Industries Minister Amir Hossain Amu on Wednesday said there is   read more>>
Australia keen to cooperate in energy, education
Australia has expressed its interest to further strengthen bilateral cooperation   read more>>
Japan eyes record defence budget to develop anti-ship missiles
TOKYO, Aug 31: Japan’s defence ministry requested a record budget   read more>>

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SPORTS
Steyn leads South Africa to 204-run win
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Ashraful desires to play edition BCL
Former Bangladesh national cricket team skipper Mohammad Ashraful, who was   read more>>
Hales steers England to seal series
TRENT BRIDGE, Aug 31: England have produced some astonishing batting   read more>>

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HOME
Political action plan imminent to stop militancy: Obaidul
LAXMIPUR, Aug 31: Awami League presidium member and Road Transport   read more>>
Improving services in community clinics underscored
KAWNIA, Aug 31: More transparency and accountability in providing essential   read more>>
Steps taken to develop transgender life
Our Correspondent NARSINGDI, Aug 31: A day long seminar for   read more>>

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INTERNATIONAL
US united with allies over S China Sea: Kerry
NEW DELHI, Aug 31: The United States is united with   read more>>
Ethnic peace talks seek to pave new path for Myanmar
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S'pore urges tests for pregnant women with Zika signs
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