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FEATURE

Apple iPhone 6 and 6 plus sales top ten million in first weekend

Apple says iPhone 6 and 6 Plus launch beat 5C and 5S release despite new phones not being available in China

More than 10m iPhone 6 and 6 Plus phones were

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Feminist games critic cancels talk after terror threat

Anita Sarkeesian cancels talk at Utah State University over threats

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Introducing another web bug that makes browsing less safe

SSL bug allows attackers to decrypt and steal users' data through sites that haven't updated their security, Google researchers warn
Introducing another web bug that makes browsing less safe

A new bug in the security software that underpins the web has been found by security researchers fro

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Op-ed

Rohani's outstretched hand

(From yesterday's issue) There are still plenty of constructive things

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Single point of failure

Venezuela's financing programme leaves many Caribbean countries vulnerable, writes Amsa Amin
Single point of failure

"THAT'S how Chávez earned a place in heaven," said Nicolás Maduro, Venezuela's presi

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The puzzle to the key

The popularity of New Zealand's prime minister survives a nasty election campaign, writes T.Alam
The puzzle to the key

IN A world in turmoil, most government leaders have jobs few outsiders would covet. Yet being John K

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EDITORIAL
OFF the TRACK

US nurses: ‘We’ve been lied to’

Healthcare workers across the US are ill-equipped to handle patients

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LETTER to the EDITOR

Quota necessary

When we look at the present education system, we see

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Comments & Analyses-II

Questions about a stealthy virus

The Ebola outbreak, experts say, reveals just how little we know about the deadly agent. What is the virus’ natural range? Are there limits? Can they shift, asks Mariette Le Roux

The Ebola virus species that has killed more than 4,000

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Fornt Page

32 killed as buses collide in Natore

32 killed as buses collide in Natore

NATORE, Oct 20: At least 32 people were killed and over 25 others injured in a fatal road crash at Razzak intersection on Bonpara-Hatikumrul highway in Baraigram upazila on Monday afternoon, reports UNB. The deceased could not yet be identified. However, most of the deceased hailed from Hiduli Sangrampur village in Gurudaspur upazila of the district. Fuad Rohani, officer-in-charge of Bonpara highway police camp, said the accident took place around 3:30pm when a Rajshahi-bound bus of 'Keya Paribahan' from Dhaka collided with another bus of 'Athoi Paribahan' heading towards Gurudaspur upazila from the district town, leaving 21 people dead on...   read more>>

Ebola virus

Screen all incoming passengers: HC

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Another arrest warrant issued against Latif

A Dhaka court has ordered the arrest of former minister  read more>>

BNP closed-door meet to resolve JCD crisis

Fakhrul decries repressive acts of govt

Looking for a way to pacify the demonstrating Jatiyatabadi Chhatra  read more>>

EC for effective enforcement of Labour Act

Commissioner of European Commission (EC) László Andor on Monday stressed  read more>>

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BACK PAGE
ACC grills ex-Housing Ministry DS
The Anti Corruption Commission (ACC) on Monday interrogated a former   read more>>
Nasir killing: 2 suspects held in city
Plain-clothes police arrested two suspected killers of Nasir Uddin from   read more>>
Land dispute behind Ctg court bomb threat
The man who threatened to bomb the Chittagong court building,   read more>>

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METROPOLIS
Seminar held at DIU
Seminar held at DIUSoftware Engineering Department of Daffodil International University (DIU) and Bangladesh Software T   read more>>
12,000 lose eyesight every year in country
Ophthalmologists at a conference in the city on Monday stressed   read more>>
Bangladesh to celebrate UN Day Oct 24
Every year on 24th of October, the United Nations globally   read more>>

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BUSINESS
China likely to ease sales tax on existing homes
BEIJING, Oct. 20 (Xinhua): Chinese authorities are likely to relax   read more>>
Solid data, earnings push world stocks higher
LONDON, Oct 20: Global stocks climbed on Monday, moving further   read more>>
Amnesty slams ‘abuse’ of migrant workers in S. Korea
SEOUL, Oct 20: Migrant farm workers in South Korea have   read more>>

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SPORTS
Cruzeiro take 7-point lead
SAO PAULO, Oct 20: Cruzeiro scored late to beat Vitoria   read more>>
Marseille blank Toulouse
PARIS, Oct 20: Striker Andre-Pierre Gignac scored his 10th league   read more>>
Inter draw at home with Napoli
MILAN, Oct 20: Inter Milan came back twice to rescue   read more>>

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HOME
50th birthday of Sheikh Russel observed
FARIDPUR, Oct 20: The 50th birthday of sheikh Russel, youngest   read more>>
Call to turn RAKUB into a model bank for farmers
Our Correspondent DINAJPUR, Oct 20: Chairman of Rajshahi Krishi Unnayan   read more>>
CA-based technologies in farming drought tolerant rice stressed
GANGACHHARA, Oct 20: Speakers at a farmers' field day here   read more>>

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INTERNATIONAL
Comet Siding Spring whizzes past Mars
WASHINGTON, Oct 20: A comet the size of a small   read more>>
Japan PM loses two female ministers over cash scandals
TOKYO, Oct 20: Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe suffered a   read more>>
Australia abandons controversial niqab segregation plan
SYDNEY, Oct 20: A controversial plan to make women wearing   read more>>

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