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FEATURE

Remembering Humayun Ahmed

Remembering Humayun Ahmed

The sixth death anniversary of the late legendary author, dramatist, screenwriter, playwright and fi

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A role model for career women

A role model for career women

It has been the year of Priyanka Chopra. Just like the year before it. Priyanka Chopra, who celebra

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New trailer for "Bohemian Rhapsody"

"Bohemian Rhapsody" has faced so many setbacks that fans began

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Op-ed

In the city of refugees: Rohingya camps in Cox's Bazar

Cox's Bazar is a vast conglomeration of human settlements on

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Humanities allow all to be critical, reflectiv

We live in the era of scientific psychiatry. We have

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The new trade order

The new trade order

There is little sign that Donald Trump will be turned from his protectionist path by appeals on the

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EDITORIAL
Editorial

Combat effects of climate change

The prognosis for the impact of climate change in Bangladesh

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What others say

Medicines that hurt

IT is tough to decide whether this is a reassuring

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Comments & Analyses-I

Unlocking potential of KSA students

By Alice P. Gast

Building a robust and diverse economy is an important goal

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LETTERS TO EDITORIAL

Steps against sound pollution

Sound pollution has been the bane of city dwellers in

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Fornt Page

Bid to dupe won't be tolerated

PM resolves as she receives rousing reception for decade of dev successes

Bid to dupe won't be tolerated

News Report Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina resolved Saturday to serve the people as long as she lives, facing all odds the way she did in the past. In a veiled concluding remark at a mass reception in the city, she said any bid to play ducks and drakes with Bangladesh's destiny to set it back wouldn't be tolerated. Sheikh Hasina, who, along with her younger sister, has endured one of history's worst tragedies of losing father, mother, brothers and other relations in the August 15, 1975 coup, said she has overcome fear factor in working for the public good. She is not ready to die before death as she will have to work for the country and its people to fulfill Bangabandhu's dream of building a hunger- and poverty-free...  read more>>

Eight unnatural deaths

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How to unravel so intricate knot!

Many byways being broached

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Key Rohingya panel members quit

Dhaka wants UNSC to deliver

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Jute fund to bring no cheer for farmers

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BACK PAGE
Myanmar violated UN child rights pact in Rohingya crackdown
YANGON, July21: Myanmar violated its obligations to the United Nations   read more>>
Anti-drug campaign to continue until situation sustainable
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Modi manages thumping win
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METROPOLIS
43,000 employed under National Service Programme so far
A total of 43,014 young men and women have been   read more>>
Govt developing 15 lakh skilled hands to achieve SDGs
The government has been developing skill of 15 lakh people   read more>>
Govt plans to bring all upazilas under 100 pc electricity coverage
News Report Bangladesh Rural Electrification Board (BREB) has undertaken a   read more>>

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BUSINESS
Export witnesses 20.27pc growth in FY18
Business Desk Bangladesh’s furniture export to foreign countries maintained a   read more>>
Amazed student gets motorbike after buying a Walton ceiling fan
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HSBC account freezes still hurting customers, a year on
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SPORTS
Tigers embark on a new mission to salvage pride
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Two-year bar on the Fizz from T/20
Sports Desk Bangladesh Cricket Board president informed that they have   read more>>
Senior players reluctant to play Tests: BCB boss
Bangladesh's senior players, including Shakib Al Hasan, have become reluctant   read more>>

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HOME
Promote cultural practice to make society beautiful: Speakers
News Desk RAJSHAHI, July 21: Speakers at a function here   read more>>
2,25,722 electricity connections in Netrakona
NETRAKONA, July 21: The present government led by Prime Minister   read more>>
Month-long Ratha mela in Bagerhat draws huge crowd
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INTERNATIONAL
US presses China, Russia to enforce sanctions on N Korea
United Nations, July 21: The United States on Friday welcomed   read more>>
Trump missteps fuel new energy in Democrats' campaigns
Richmond, July 21: As Democratic congressional candidate Abigail Spanberger mingled   read more>>
China, UAE to lift ties to strategic partnership
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