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Death sets Mushtaq free from DSA, jail
He was denied bail six times and finally passed away last night before he could ever walk free.
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Why the University of Sussex has become a top study destination for Bangladeshi students
In recent years, the University of Sussex has become one of the most popular choices for Bangladeshi students planning to study in the UK. Sussex, which celebrates its 60th anniversary
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Govt to buy 30,000 tonnes of urea from KAFCO
The cabinet committee on government purchases in a meeting on Wednesday approved four proposals, including procurement of 30,000 tonnes of bagged granular urea fertiliser. Karnaphuli...
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Youth held over rape of college girl
Police on Thursday arrested a youth for allegedly raping a 19-year old college girl on the rooftop of a building at OR Nizam Road of...
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10th death anniversary of Mohammad Ali Ahsan Bacchu Friday
His family, friends, and well-wishers are requested to pray for his departed soul
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Stemming the rot approaching Bangla
Few can imagine a French child and his mother speaking English at their dining table in the morning; or the father, preparing for going to office speaking in favour of
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'The Reckoning', 'Tom & Jerry' to arrive at Star Cineplex
Star Cineplex is going to release the animated comedy 'Tom & Jerry' and horror adventure film 'The Reckoning' on Friday, February 26
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Bangladesh
Mushroom does magic for high schooler
A teenage boy, still in high school, has a head start in real-life profitable business experience after he started his very own mushroom culture farm in Sadar upazila.
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Villagers setting bamboo pilings to save themselves from erosion
Villagers in Roumari upazila of Kurigram have set bamboo pilings through voluntary service on the bank of the Halhaliya river to protect themselves from erosion.
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Bangladesh Bank increases EDF size to $5b, sets interest rate at 2pc
The Bangladesh Bank on Tuesday slashed the interest rate on loans from the export development fund (EDF) to 2 per cent as part of the government-announced stimulus packages to support
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Court orders to seize PK Halder’s...
Lands to be confiscated are located in Purbachal and Narayanganj areas
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International
Tech giants must pay for news in Australia
Facebook and Google will be forced to pay for Australian news under legislation passed yesterday that is being closely watched globally for precedents in the battle between Big Tech and
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Patience on Iran not ‘unlimited’
US President Joe Biden’s administration said Wednesday that its “patience is not unlimited” with Iran as it renewed an offer for talks on its nuclear program.
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The revolution will be...
The story of anti-coup protests is being shaped for Myanmar's people and the world by journalists and citizens streaming and sharing snippets of video and pictures
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Xi boasts of Chinese 'miracle' in tackling...
China last year claimed of lifting all of its people above a poverty line of $2.30 in daily income, which is slightly above the World Bank's lowest threshold of $1.90
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Supporters of Myanmar military coup rampage in Yangon
Supporters of Myanmar's military, some armed with knives and clubs, others firing catapults and throwing stones, attacked opponents of the Feb. 1 coup on Thursday, as protests against the new
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WHO warns of long-term Covid
A senior World Health Organization official yesterday urged national authorities to make a priority of understanding the long-term consequences of coronavirus infections as some people show worrying symptoms months later.
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Biden’s CIA pick says China will be his main focus
Veteran US diplomat William Burns, nominated to lead the CIA, pledged Wednesday to keep the agency free of politics and said China would be his main focus if confirmed.
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Technology
Technology adoption and competitiveness for sustainable industrial economy
For addressing competitiveness, technology adoption and diffusion has been an age-old strategy. Yes, technology adoption increases quality, reduces wastage, and lowers the demand for labour too. Consequently, competitiveness increases. However,
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Facebook to invest $1.0b in news industry
Facebook on Wednesday pledged to invest at least $1 billion in the news industry over the next three years, days after a high-profile stand-off with the Australian government over paying
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Sport
Solskjaer keeps in touch with...
Haaland, 20, played for Solskjaer at Molde
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Emerging Tigers, Ireland Wolves tussle in Ctg
The lone four-day match between Bangladesh emerging team and visiting Ireland Wolves will begin at the Zahur Ahmed Chowdhury Stadium in Chattogram today. Ireland Wolves,...
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Guptill answers critics with explosive knock
Martin Guptill fell short of a third Twenty20 international century but his strong return to form helped New Zealand to a four-run win over Australia in the second match in
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Messi steals Champions League’s thunder
On the same night that Manchester City were extending their historic run to 19 consecutive wins with a 2-0 triumph over Borussia Monchengladbach in the Champions League round of 16
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Sk Jamal snap draw streak with emphatic win
After four successive draws in the Bangladesh Premier League, title contenders Sheikh Jamal DC returned to winning ways by handing an emphatic 3-1 defeat to struggling Brothers Union at the
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Shortest since World War II
India’s Axar Patel claimed an 11-wicket match haul as they beat England by 10 wickets inside two days in the day-night third test on Thursday, dashing the tourists’ hopes of
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Politics
Complete legal processes over BDR carnage in a year: BNP
Leaders of the opposition Bangladesh Nationalist Party on Thursday demanded the completion of all legal processes, including trial and settlement of appeals, in cases relating...
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Police harass BNP activists ahead of rally in Khulna: Rizvi
The senior joint secretary general of the Bangladesh Nationalist Party, Ruhul Kabir Rizvi, complained on Thursday that the police in Khulna had started harassing the...
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Business
Economy may make a turnaround in Q3: MCCI
The economy is expected to overcome the difficulties stemming from the fallouts of the Covid-19 pandemic in the third quarter of the current fiscal year on the back of rising
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Bangladesh qualifies for LDC graduation: The beginning of the end
Debapriya Bhattacharya, a member of the United Nations Committee for Development Policy (UN CDP) and a distinguished fellow of the Centre for Policy Dialogue (CPD), talks about what it means
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Omega Seiki to invest Rs 100cr for making EVs in Bangladesh
This news comes as a game-changer as several companies had planned to invest in making EVs in Bangladesh
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Editorial
ED: Take down the traffickers
The economic crisis that the pandemic has caused will do far more than push more people below the poverty line
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ED: With Japan by our side
This push for progress and the assistance we are receiving in support of it cannot be understated
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Students’ concerns should be addressed
We sympathise with the students of the seven DU-affiliated colleges who have been victims of a number of uncertainties, first due to the chaos caused by the Covid-19 pandemic and
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Amid global warming, why are we in a deep freeze?
During winter, more often than not, a large part of northern United States is pummelled by an Arctic blast, sometimes severe, sometimes less severe, that lasts for a week or
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The return of old weakness
In the face of agitation by students for the last few days, the government has decided in favour of opening universities on May 24 next. The students' dormitories would be
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Entertainment
In remembrance of Talat Mahmood
February 24, 2021, was noted musician Talat Mahmood’s 97th birth anniversary. He was seventeen when his first song was broadcast on All India Radio, Kolkata. He sang, Sab din ek
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Arts & Entertainment
Photographers Dream BD recently organised a photo exhibition, ‘Capture Your Dreams 2021’, at Bangladesh Shilpakala Academy. Chitta Ranjan Das, Councilor of Dhaka South City Corporation, was the chief guest at
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‘Better Call Saul’ to film final season soon
'Better Call Saul,' the prequel spinoff to the hugely successful series 'Breaking Bad,' will begin production in New Mexico on its sixth and final season beginning in March. White Turtle
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Hollywood actress Gugu made goodwill ambassador of UNHCR
UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency, on Wednesday announced the appointment of British actor Gugu Mbatha-Raw as its newest global Goodwill Ambassador. Gugu has been working as a high-profile supporter for
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Health
Pfizer-BioNTech testing booster of their COVID-19 vaccine in new trial
Pfizer Inc and BioNTech SE said on Thursday they are testing a third dose of their COVID-19 vaccine to better understand the immune response against new variants of the virus.
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Covid-19: Daily test positivity rate...
5 more die, 410 new cases in 24 hours
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