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FEATURE

Biodiversity is the 'infrastructure that supports all life'

Biodiversity is the 'infrastructure that supports all life'

Dr. Cristiana Pa?ca Palmer has a big job ahead of her: planning the 2020 UN Biodiversity Convention

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Archaeologists stumble on Neolithic ritual site in Suffolk

As diggers began to strip the daisies and buttercups and

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Bumblebees use perfume patterns to tell flowers apart

Bumblebees use perfume patterns to tell flowers apart

Pollinators don't just wing it when it comes to finding a sweet treat: the shape, colour, perfum

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Op-ed

The migration crisis threatens to destroy the EU

By Antonio Tajani

This week's summit of European heads of government will be

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Warnings of a new global financial crisis

By Martin Khor

There are increasing warnings of an imminent new financial crisis,

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All for One or One for All?

Hu Biliang clarifies the misunderstanding surrounding the Belt and Road Initiative.

Photo taken on April 16 shows cargo containers of China

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EDITORIAL

Dignified return of Rohingyas

Myanmar must take back with full dignity and safety its

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Europe will overcome and stay united

Writes Roger Cohen

It could not happen. Of course, it could not happen.

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West has a responsibility to learn from history

Writes Sir Roger Tomkys

Whenever diplomats and politicians fail to have a sufficiently thorough

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Front Page

No directive downward

Cabinet secretary says, as agitation for quota reform, BCL attacks continue

News Report No directive has yet come downward from government high quarters for beginning work on quota reform, a spokesman for the administration said Monday, as agitation on the demand and attacks on the demonstrators continued. Meanwhile, Rashed Khan, joint convener of Bangladesh General Students' Rights Protection Forum, who was arrested Sunday, was remanded Monday for five days. The issue was discussed in Monday's cabinet meeting, after which Cabinet Secretary M Shafiul Alam told reporters that the matter of quota reform was still under discussion within government's highest level. "Nothing has come down to us," he said while briefing the media following the regular cabinet meeting. Earlier in the day, groups of pro-government student activists again at...  read more>>

Pictorial

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Brazil blaze up on Neymar magic

Sports Desk The remaining one of global football icons of  read more>>

Khaleda's bail stalls

SC upholds stay in Cumilla case

News Desk Party seniors and her lawyers came out downhearted  read more>>

Pictorial

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BACK PAGE
Mexico elects leftist President
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'Myanmar's attitude about repatriation looks positive'
VisitingPresident of the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC)   read more>>
Mob lynches 5 suspects as child-lifters
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METROPOLIS
Meat production rises by 7 times in last 9 years
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Nasim calls for strengthening family planning programme
News Desk Health and Family Welfare Minister Mohammad Nasim on   read more>>
NGOs urge UN to bring Myanmar to accountability
Cox's Bazar CSO NGO Forum (CCNF), a network consisting local   read more>>

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BUSINESS
Banks bring down lending rate to single digit
Business Desk As Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina pitched for lowering   read more>>
Loeb pressures Nestle for more sales, restructuring
BOSTON, July 2: Billionaire investor Daniel Loeb on Sunday stepped   read more>>
Carrefour, Tesco in joint purchasing alliance
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SPORTS
Night for Russians
Russia are through to the quarter finals of the World   read more>>
‘It’s the saddest day of my career’: Iniesta
MOSCOW, Jul 2: Andres Iniesta described Spain’s World Cup elimination   read more>>
Akinfeev thanks God for luck against Spain
MOSCOW Russia’s penalty shootout hero, goalkeeper Igor Akinfeev, thanked God,   read more>>

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HOME
Journos demand closure of private clinic for 'wrong treatment'
News Desk CHATTOGRAM, July 2: Chattogram journalists on Monday demanded   read more>>
2 pc more GDP growth if corruption prevented
RANGPUR, July 2: Director General (Prevention) of the Anti-Corruption Commission   read more>>
Zero tillage to raise food production at reduced costs
News Desk RANGPUR, July 2: Experts at a summit workshop   read more>>

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INTERNATIONAL
Merkel coalition's fate hangs in balance over elusive migrant deal
BERLIN, July 2: German Chancellor Angela Merkel's ruling coalition risked   read more>>
Putin, Trump will not discuss Crimea, says Kremlin
MOSCOW, July 2: The Kremlin on Monday said Vladimir Putin   read more>>
270,000 displaced by southern Syria fighting: UN
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