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FEATURE
Barred, bullied, depressed:

Life for many US trans gender students

Rachel Savage

A study in the American Journal of Preventative Medicine said

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Career mobility:

Researchers change places to progress

Smriti Mallapaty
Researchers change places to progress

JULIEN GIRARD Exoplanet hunter Migrant An astronomer studies distant planets and stars fro

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Going with the times: Fashion graduates shine at JFW 2020

Josa Lukman
Going with the times: Fashion graduates shine at JFW 2020

Ready to roll: Models present collections by LPTB Susan Budihardjo fashion school graduates (from le

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Op-ed

Video-streaming service is growing in Bangladesh

By Masroor Mawla and Taswar Ahmed

As media consumption across the globe is increasing on digital

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People-centric development model

Dr AK Abdul Momen
People-centric development model

I am truly honored to join the Honorable President and all of you at this august gathering. I take

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China's reform process and internationalization: The case of ChemChina

By Manu- Emanuele C. Francia
China's reform process and internationalization: The case of ChemChina

Chinese "go global" policy is reshaping the worldwide economy. The international activities

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EDITORIAL
Editorial

Too many youths, too few jobs

Unemployment is higher among graduate and post-graduate youths in the

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What Other Say

Doping to win: On Russia’s ban from global sporting events

Monday’s decision by the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) to ban

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Comments & Analyses-I

Is COP 25 reducing global temperature?

By Shishir Reza

Calculating the economics of climate change is challenging due to

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LETTERS TO EDITORIAL

Dhaka-Kolkata bullet train may be mulled

With gradual rise in the number of passengers on Dhaka-Kolkata

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Front Page

False and fabricated: protesters shout outside

A Nobel laureate doubly degraded: Analysts

Suu Kyi saw generals conduct crackdown on Rohingya, now denies genocidal act before UN court during trial hearings

A Nobel laureate doubly degraded: Analysts

News Special: A Nobel laureate is doubly degraded is regret pronounced by many analysts as Myanmar's former pro-democracy icon Aung San Suu Kyi Wednesday denied before a UN court that her country's armed forces committed genocidal acts against the Rohingya minority. She told the United Nations top court on justice that the exodus of hundreds of thousands of Muslim minority people was an unfortunate result of a battle with insurgents, and that Myanmar's military justice is dealing with any sort of excesses. In a counteroffensive, she termed Gambia's presentation of the...  read more>>

Health report now with SC

Crucial Khaleda bail hearing today

Court within security bulwark, 3 motorbikes burnt nearby

News Report: All eyes are now set on Bangladesh's apex  read more>>

One dies, 31 burnt badly in big blaze

Fire in Keraniganj plastic factory

One dies, 31 burnt badly in big blazeNews Desk: A worker died and 31 others burnt badly in the  read more>>

DNCC, DSCC polls in last week of Jan

News Desk: The Election Commission (EC) plans to hold elections  read more>>

Furor over citizenship bill in RS

CAB protesters run riot in India

2 army columns deployed in Tripura, 2 on standby in Assam

NEW DELHI, Dec 11: As protests against the controversial Citizenship  read more>>

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BACK PAGE
Shun neglect of lepers: PM
Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Wednesday urged everyone to shun   read more>>
Cop among six shot dead in Jersey gunfight
News Desk: Six people, including a police officer, were killed   read more>>
No place for feudalists in AL, says Quader
HABIGANJ, Dec 11: Awami League General Secretary Obaidul Quader on   read more>>

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METROPOLIS
CCC mayor for master plan to improve quality of education
Chattogram Bureau Chattogram City Corporation (CCC) Mayor AJM Nasiruddin on   read more>>
Doa mehfil held
A special prayer, mass feast and blanket distribution programme were   read more>>
Nat’l Memorial to remain close from Dec 12 to 15
The National Memorial at Savar will remain inaccessible to the   read more>>

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BUSINESS
Boost for Saudi Arabia as Aramco shares surge 10pc
Boost for Saudi Arabia as  Aramco shares surge 10pcRIYADH, Dec 11: Saudi Aramco shares surged the maximum permitted 10 per cent above their IPO price o   read more>>
US dollar declines against euro amid upbeat German data
NEW YORK, Dec 11(Xinhua): The US dollar declined against the   read more>>
Focus on Trump as Dec 15 tariffs loom in US-China trade war
WASHINGTON, Dec 11: US President Donald Trump has days to   read more>>

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SPORTS
Chattogram stun Sylhet in opener
Sports Desk Imrul Kayes steered the Chattogram Challengers to outplay   read more>>
Mushfiqur vows to keep up good form
Bangladesh's dependable batsman Mushfiqur Rahim has vowed to keep up   read more>>
Imrul eyes Test spot
Opening batsman Imrul Kayes has given importance on taking appropriate   read more>>

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HOME
LGED completes Tk 1,582cr dev works in Noakhali
Our Correspondent NOAKHALI, Dec 11: Local Government Engineering Department (LGED)   read more>>
Schoolboy drowns
Our Correspondent JAMALPUR, Dec 11: A schoolboy drowned in a   read more>>
Akbar Ali Khan accorded reception
News Desk Brahmanbaria Zila Samity has accorded a reception to   read more>>

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INTERNATIONAL
Iran will bypass US sanctions thru' talks: Rouhani
DUBAI, Dec 11: Iran will overcome US sanctions by either   read more>>
Trump warns against Russian interference in US elections
Washington, Dec. 11: US President Donald Trump on Tuesday warned   read more>>
Pak court orders release of ailing ex-President Zardari
Islamabad, Dec 11: A Pakistani court ordered on Wednesday that   read more>>

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