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FEATURE

Zealand is the mecca of giant weird birds

Zealand is the mecca of giant weird birds

If you're going to find fossils of a three-foot-tall parrot anywhere, it's probably going to

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A giant tick that can hunt you through the forest is expanding its territory

A giant tick that can hunt you through the forest is expanding its territory

Most ticks know where you are in the woods. They, like many other arthropods, find you by your tellt

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The most common tablet repairs you can do yourself

4 tips to limit any further damage
The most common tablet repairs you can do yourself

Now a days, our lives are quite easy: we carry almost everything we need in our pant pockets or lapt

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Op-ed

'White alternate theory' motivates ‘alt-right killers’ the world over

By Rosa Schwartzburg

People with the Mexican flag and the US flag take

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Future of democracy around the world

By Jendayi E. Frazer, Julissa Reynoso and Alyssa Ayres

From yesterday's issue) So, yes, clearly sanctions work. Individual sanctions

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How corporate media fuel a new Iran nuclear crisis

By Gareth Porter

(From previous issue) Furthermore, the Post reported, 'Experts estimate that

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EDITORIAL
Editorial

Dengue needs quick preventive steps

Dengue still seems to be defiant and there is no

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What Other Say

The Queen Speaks

It is a measure of that frustration that the monarch

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Comments & Analyses-I

Is plutocracy really the problem?

By Korea Herald

Why did the policy response to the Great Recession only

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Steps against sound pollution

Sound pollution has been the bane of city dwellers in

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Front Page

Latest account of dengue menace

Seven die, 1615 hospitalised

News Report: Dengue situation continues to be worrying--true to medicos' forewarning about a seven-day critical interlude-as daily death rate rebounded and infections also remained high. By official count during the latest 24-hour monitoring by health department 1,615 dengue-affected people were admitted to hospitals across the country. Some unofficial reports said seven patients died of the mosquito-borne viral disease during the period. The casualties were reported from Barisal, Dhaka, Faridpur, Khulna and Mymensingh. Some medical and entomological experts have designated the current seven-day spell of monsoon time critical regarding the dengue outbreak in view of weather conditions, countrywide movement of people from the dengue bastion in the capital during the eid vacation and...  read more>>

Nationwide school feeding for 1.5cr children planned

Cabinet okays recipe

News Desk: A triple target is associated with a recipe  read more>>

Pictorial

PictorialPrime Minister Sheikh Hasina presiding over cabinet meeting at the  read more>>

Jaishankar on Dhaka mission

New Indian External Affairs Minister Dr S Jaishankar arrived in  read more>>

Govt shifting failure in hide management

Fakhrul says to rebut blame on BNP for rawhide dumping amid price slump

News Desk: BNP-secretary general Mirza Fakhrul Islam Alamgir on Monday  read more>>

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BACK PAGE
Dengue menace grips Asian countries badly
News Report Bangladesh should mull over sharing experiences with countries   read more>>
Tougher punishment for polluting environment
The Cabinet on Monday approved in principle the draft of   read more>>
Hasan rebutts BNP allegation
Information Minister and Awami League Publicity and Publication Secretary Dr   read more>>

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METROPOLIS
UN pays special tribute to women humanitarians
News Desk Marking the 10th anniversary of World Humanitarian Day   read more>>
NBR issues work order for 10,000 e-fiscal devices
National Board of Revenue (NBR) has issued a work order   read more>>
15pc growth in Cambridge exan entries in Bangladesh
News Report The popularity of Cambridge International qualifications continues to   read more>>

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BUSINESS
Invest in your homeland
News Report Home Minister Asaduzzman Khan Kamal has urged expatriate   read more>>
Tokyo stocks open higher following Wall St climb
TOKYO, Aug 19: Tokyo stocks opened higher on Monday, tracking   read more>>
China picks up pace in civil aircraft development
BEIJING, Aug. 19 (Xinhua): China has seen faster and increased   read more>>

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SPORTS
Tigers get back to business
Tigers get back  to businessThe Bangladesh national cricket team returned to their usual business as the conditioning camp for t   read more>>
Indian women’s hockey team in city
Indian women’s hockey team in cityA 20-member Sports Authority of India’s (SAI) National Women’s Hockey Academy team arrived here   read more>>
Women’s hockey team play practice match today
Bangladesh women’s hockey team take on Sports Authority of India   read more>>

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HOME
Coastal people cross river with risk
Our Correspondent PATUAKHALI, Aug 19: Local inhabitants of 50 coastal   read more>>
Sonamasjid Land Port to be upgraded: Shahriar
CHAPAINAWABGANJ, Aug 19: State Minister for Foreign Affairs Shahriar Alam   read more>>
Breach closing of embankments progressing
Our Correspondent GAIBANDHA, Aug 19: Breach closing of flood control   read more>>

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INTERNATIONAL
US makes secret contact with Venezuela socialist boss
Bogota, Aug 19: The U.S. has made secret contact with   read more>>
Pakistan decries cross-border fire as Kashmir security eases
Srinagar, Aug 19: Pakistan said Indian troops fired across the   read more>>
Afghanistan vows to crush IS havens after attack
Kabul, Aug 19: Afghanistan's president on Monday vowed to "eliminate"   read more>>

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