Dhaka, Bangladesh

New procedure slows kidney transplant from any donor

By Gina Kolata
New procedure slows kidney transplant from any donor

In the anguishing wait for a new kidney, tens of thousands of patients on waiting lists may never fi

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Scientists protest cuts and commercialization at Australian climate center

By Michelle Innis
Scientists protest cuts  and commercialization at Australian climate center

SYDNEY, Australia - Perched on a wild, windy promontory on the rugged tip of northwestern Tasmania,

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Ancestors of modern humans terbred with Neanderthals

Ancestors of modern humans  terbred with Neanderthals

The ancestors of modern humans interbred with Neanderthals and another extinct line of humans known

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The cult of optimism got us into this mess

By David Olusoga

When historians write the last pages of their books, and

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What Love Island teaches us about 'sympathy'

By Rebecca Buxton and Joshua Habgood-Coote

You might be surprised to learn that Love Island is

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Trump's 'Deal of the Century' for Palestine is a sideshow

By Omar Shakir
Trump's 'Deal of the  Century' for Palestine is a sideshow

The Trump administration has organized an economic workshop this week in Bahrain as part of its Midd

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Surge of deaths in rly accidents

A report published in an English daily very recently reveals

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Take action to reinvigorate global trade

Japan’s exports have been falling throughout 2019, declining for seven

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Comments & Analyses-I

Pushing Turkey out of NATO is a terrible idea

It is impossible to know what intelligence collection mechanisms or cyber back doors are built into the Russian system, writes James Stavridis

After several years of verbal jousting with the United States,

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Drive against drug adulteration

Drug adulteration is the bane of our society. Adulterated drugs

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Front Page

Dengue 'dangerous' this time

Chief district doctor dies now

Dengue 'dangerous' this time

News Report: Dengue is 'dangerous' this time, a specialist said amid an unabated spread of the mosquito-borne fatal viral fever that lately killed a district chief physician. The Civil Surgeon of Habigonj district, Dr M Shadat Hossain Hazra, died of dengue at a hospital in Dhaka on Sunday night, media reports said. Earlier, another doctor died of dengue that has so far reportedly taken a toll of at least eleven lives and attacked several thousand across the country-mostly in the capital, Dhaka, in an endemic form. Dr ABM Abdullah, a specialist in this...  read more>>

Dengue control

HC summons 2 DCC health officials to explain action

The High Court on Monday summoned the chief health officers  read more>>

Classified loans

BB asks banks to open cell for monitoring

Kamal warns of action

News Desk:Bangladesh Bank (BB) asked the scheduled banks to open  read more>>

False, motivated

Minorities say refuting Priya remark to Trump: Barrister Suman sued for 'hurting' religious sentiment

News Desk: Leaders of religious welfare trusts of the Hindu,  read more>>

Two AL leaders shot dead

One in Bandarban and another in Satkhira

News Report: Assailants gunned down two top local leaders of  read more>>

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Dhaka seeks support of NAM, ASEAN states
Permanent Representative of Bangladesh to the United Nations in New   read more>>
More child-lifting suspects thrashed
News Desk: Four workers of a Non-Government Organisation (NGO) were   read more>>
BD businesses urged to increase exports to India
News Report: Indian High Commissioner in Bangladesh Riva Ganguly Das   read more>>


Ayesha’s mother cry for justice
Ayesha’s mother cry for justiceNews Report Mother of little-girl Ayesha Moni, who was killed after rape in city’s Gendaria, stag   read more>>
‘Study in India’ expo in Chattogram
News Report The ‘Study in India’ expo, a two-day education   read more>>
UGC pressure on pvt univs for permanent campus
News Report Despite putting a continuous pressure, the government finds   read more>>


Business leaders for implementing govt. policy
News Report Business leaders have demanded disbursement of loans at   read more>>
Honduran exporters welcome Britain-Central America trade deal
TEGUCIGALPA, July 22, (Xinhua): Honduran exporters welcome the signing of   read more>>
Walton offers Tk 1 lakh cash vouchers to AC customers
Walton offers Tk 1 lakh cash vouchers to AC customersNews Report The local electronics giant 'Walton' has declared some benefits for the custome   read more>>


Tigers looking forward
Tigers looking forwardBangladesh will play their only practice game ahead of their three-match ODI series against Sri Lank   read more>>
Smith raring to go
Smith raring to goBIRMINGHAM:, July 22: Sixteen months after leaving test cricket in disgrace over the ball-tampering   read more>>
Imran vows to reform Pak cricket
Former cricketer and current Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan has   read more>>

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60pc private healthcare centers violate health rules
Our Correspondent BOGURA, July 22: About 60 per cent private   read more>>
Flood situation in Manikganj deteriorates
MANIKGANJ, July 22: The flood situation in three upazilas of   read more>>
Khasru for creating mass awareness to boost fish production
Our Correspondent NETRAKONA, July 22: State Minister for Fisheries and   read more>>

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China lashes out at Hong Kong protest targeting its office
Hong Kong, Jul 22: China on Monday harshly criticized a   read more>>
Voting for new UK premier held
London Jul 22: Voting is drawing to a close in   read more>>