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FEATURE

Global study finds 75% of pregnant women don't have healthy weight gain

Global study finds 75% of pregnant women don't have healthy weight gain

A comprehensive new study has found 75% of women are not gaining a healthy recommended weight when p

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Hidden Victims of the opioid epidemic

By Dr.Fourkan Ali

America is experiencing one of the most concerning epidemics in

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Obese women more likely to have babies with serious birth defects

Obese women more likely to have babies with serious birth defects

Women who are obese when they conceive are more likely to have a baby with serious birth defects, a

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Op-ed

Sharp decline in the inflow of money sent by migrant workers

By Prof. Sarwar Md. Saifullah Khaled

Bangladesh experien-ced a sharp decline in the inflow of remittance

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AKDN commemorates Diamond Jubilee of Aga Khan

The Aga Khan Development Network (AKDN) hosted a special event

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EC's biggest challenge is parties' use of tainted money in polls, says Nasim Zaidi

By Anuradha Raman, Devesh K. Pandey

The outgoing Chief Election Commissioner on his eventful tenure, the

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EDITORIAL

Stem rising rape

The social matrix has undergone a vicious change of late.

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Water resources in South Asia

Basin-based water management is urgent in South Asia to manage water of common rivers and to cope with water-related problems in the region, writes Rafiqul Islam
Water resources in South Asia

Experts and policymakers in Bangladesh say regional cooperation is a must to resolve long-standing w

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Between succession and incompetence

Succession issues and incompetence are the only conspiracies that were at play against the Sharif family. And it didnít start from the Panama Leaks but long before when the heir apparent was chosen for succession, writes Hussain Nadim

Letís believe there was a conspiracy ó both a domestic

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Saudi Arabia new visa regime

The Saudi government last year took a number of decisions

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Front Page

Keep city rivers pollution free

PM for protecting Sundarbans, all forests: Nod to rename environ ministry

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Sunday ordered the authorities concerned to strengthen their efforts to keep the four rivers surrounding the capital free from pollution, reports UNB. "These four rivers will die if those are not freed from wastes and pollution," she said while speaking at the 4th meeting of the National Committee on Environment held at the Prime Minister's Office on Sunday. PM's Press Secretary Ihsanul Karim briefed reporters after the meeting. Putting emphasis on carrying out development activities in a planned way protecting the cultivable land, forests and water bodies, she said green afforestation have to be strengthened in the country's coastal and northern regions. The Prime Minister laid emphasis on ensuring use of ETPs and STPs in...  read more>>

Formulating judges' service rules

'No need to involve law ministry'

The Supreme Court can design the rules for lower court  read more>>

Govt gets more time

The Supreme Court has given two more weeks to the  read more>>

Biswajit murder case

HC confirms death penalty of two

The High Court on Sunday upheld the death penalty of  read more>>

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BACK PAGE
ASEAN urges non-militarisation in South China Sea
MANILA, Aug 6: Southeast Asian foreign ministers ended an impasse   read more>>
PM for boosting trade between Bangladesh, EU countries
Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Sunday put emphasis on boosting   read more>>
Thorough probes will increase convictions in graft cases: ACC
Chairman of the Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) Iqbal Mahmood on Sunday   read more>>

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METROPOLIS
Police to help treating drug addicts
Bangladesh Police has taken an initiative to form a fund   read more>>
Researchers for not prescribing UTI drugs without diagnosis
Researchers suggested that physicians should not prescribe drugs for urinary   read more>>
NU takes programme marking National Mourning Day
National University (NU) authorities have chalked out a two-day programme   read more>>

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BUSINESS
NBR plans to offset revenue deficit after VAT setback
The National Board of Revenue has drawn up a plan   read more>>
For women CEOs, danger lurks atop the corporate ladder
NEW YORK, Aug 6: In one recent 24-hour span, two   read more>>
UK prepared to pay 40b-euro Brexit bill
LONDON, Aug 6: Britain is prepared to pay up to   read more>>

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HOME
School running without regular teacher
A Correspondent SUNAMGANJ, Aug 6: The two hundred students of   read more>>
339492 babies administered vitamin A capsules
Our Correspondent NARSINGDI, Aug 6: The National Vitamin A plus   read more>>
Cleaning campus will improve environment
RANGPUR, Aug 6: Vice-chancellor of Begum Rokeya University, Rangpur (BRUR)   read more>>

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INTERNATIONAL
China urges N. Korea to halt tests as global pressure mounts
Manila, Aug 06: A global pressure campaign on North Korea   read more>>
Trump takes break from White House with 'working vacation'
Bridgewater, Aug 6: President Donald Trump is taking a break   read more>>
Korean missiles add urgency to Hiroshima A-bomb appeals
Hiroshima, Aug 06: Hiroshima's appeal of "never again" on the   read more>>

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