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There's a world beyond the IITs

There's a world beyond the IITs

There is a reason why the JEE is considered one of the toughest examinations in India, if not the wo

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Monash University Clayton Masterplan wins national award for excellence

Monash University Clayton Masterplan wins national award for excellence

The blueprint for the future development of Clayton campus has won the 2017 National Award for Plann

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Cast aside conventions: Feminist activist Kamla Bhasin

Having worked for more than a decade with the United

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The space between belief and disbelief

The concept of an unknowable god roots us in our

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Tourism sector recovering

Tourism sector recovering

Tourism sector of the country got a massive blow after Gulshan attack and Solakia attacks as tourist

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Changing contours of Darjeeling agitation

It is important to recognise how the current stir has

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Orchard ordeal

Ignorance is no bliss because it sometimes leads to deadly

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Falling remittances in India

The Gulf countries have long been an important destination for

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Pranab’s foremost legacy

By Arghya Sengupta
Pranab’s foremost legacy

In a recent interview, when asked what his legacy would be, President Pranab Mukherjee quoted Prospe

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Private universities outside Dhaka city

University Grants Com-mission (UGC) in its annual report has suggested

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Rain plays havoc

Rain plays havoc

Roads were flooded. Traffic tailback was everywhere. Commuters were wading through rainwater. School-going children were falling out of rickshaws. These were the chaotic scenes people saw in the capital on Wednesday after hours of rain, reports UNB. Triggered by active monsoon, rains lashed the city sending many parts of the capital reeling under water, throwing the normal life out of gear and exposing the poor drainage system of...  read more>>

BB lowers credit growth targets

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Materialise PM's vision

Public admin minister asks DCs

Minister for Public Administration Syed Ashraful Islam on Wednesday asked  read more>>

ASP Mizan's 'killers' killed in 'shootout'

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N'ganj 7-murder

HC verdict on appeals Aug 13

The High Court will deliver its verdict on August 13  read more>>

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Rouhani says Iran will respond to any new US sanctions
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Survey for fixing Bangabandhu Int'l Airport site
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EC an independent body, says PM
Describing Bangladesh Election Commission as an independent body, Prime Minister   read more>>


1.50 lakh people die of cancer every year in country
RAJSHAHI, July 26: Some cancer specialists at a scientific seminar   read more>>
DCs asked to shut hazardous brickfields
Environment and Forests Minister Anwar Hossain Manju Wednesday urged the   read more>>
Ahsania Mission gets first prize for drug prevention
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BB announces ‘growth oriented’ monetary policy stance
Unveiling a ‘growth oriented’ half-yearly monetary policy statement (MPS), Bangladesh   read more>>
Mostafa Golam Quddus re-elected chairman of Rupali Insurance
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India to emerge as one of biggest markets for IT services
Washington, Jul 26: India will emerge as one of the   read more>>


Dhawan, Pujara tons put India in control
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Patel, Wessels star as Durham flop again
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Djokovic will not play again in 2017
Twelve-time Grand Slam champion Novak Djokovic will not play again   read more>>

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Kids-friendly education needed for physical, mental development
RAJSHAHI, July 26: Speakers at a prize-giving ceremony urged the   read more>>
Call to make success National Vitamin A Plus Campaign
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Bumper jute production makes farmers happy
NARAIL, July 26: Bumper jute production has brought smile on   read more>>

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