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9-year-old US boy becomes one of the youngest ever high school graduates
A nine-year-old American boy, who loves computer science and programming, has become one of the youngest people in the United States to graduate from high school.
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28 Bangladeshis held for staying in India slum illegally: Agra police
India's Agra police today arrested 28 Bangladesh citizens who were allegedly staying in a slum illegally.
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Youth found dead in Dhaka hotel
Police recovered the body of a youth from a residential hotel in Dhaka’s Kamalapur area on Monday morning...
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Youth burnt to death in Pirojpur
A fish trader was burnt to death in sleep as a fire broke out at his house at Sadar upazila in Pirojpur on early Monday...
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Powerful quake kills at least 560 people in Turkey, Syria
A powerful 7.8 magnitude earthquake hit southern Turkey and northern Syria early Monday, toppling buildings and killing at least 568 people. With hundreds injured, the toll was expected to rise
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5 Top Stories to Know Today
Here's everything you need to know to get up-to speed with the latest news.
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Bangladesh
Remove graffiti, posters from Dhaka flyovers in 2 weeks: HC
The High Court today expressed grave concern over pasting posters on the walls of structures including the flyovers in Dhaka.
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Ex-DMP chief, 14 cops sued 8 years after JCD leader’s custodial death
Fifteen police officials were sued today over the "custodial death" of Jatiyatabadi Chhatra Dal (JCD) leader Nuruzzaman Jonny in January 2015.
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United Power’s net profits drops 29pc in Q2
United Power Generation and Distribution Company Limited (UPGDCL) has reported a 29 per cent fall in its net profit year-on-year in the second quarter (Q2) ended December 2022 due to
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Regulator approves revised rights proceeds utilisation by Alif Manufacturing
The securities regulator has consented to the revised plan to utilize right issue proceeds by Alif Manufacturing Company. The Bangladesh Securities and Exchange Commission (BSEC) gave the approval recently following
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Man arrested for defrauding people with promises to send them to Poland
The Rapid Action Battalion (RAB) has arrested a man for cheating people of millions with promises of sending them to Poland. Saiful Islam Porag, 29, was arrested in Uttara on
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International
Massive earthquake in Turkey, Syria in frames
A major earthquake of magnitude 7.9 struck central Turkey and northwest Syria on Monday, killing about 300 people as buildings collapsed across the snowy region, and triggering a search for
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Italy withdraws tsunami warning after Turkey, Syria earthquake
Italian authorities said on Monday they had withdrawn a tsunami warning for the country's southern coast that was raised after a major earthquake struck central Turkey and northwest Syria, killing
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It was horrific, terrifying: Idlib survivor
"It was extremely horrific and terrifying," said Alaa Nafi, a resident of Idlib city in Syria, while describing the earthquake as "extremely horrific and terrifying".
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Hospitals in Syria ‘overwhelmed’ after earthquake
The healthcare system in Syria is "overwhelmed" by the number of people in need of medical attention, especially as some hospitals have been damaged by the quake, Mazen Kiwara, Middle
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Ukraine to replace defence minister after corruption scandals: MP
One of the best-known faces of Ukraine’s war effort, Reznikov was appointed defence minister in November 2021 and has helped secure Western weapons to buttress Ukrainian forces
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Single-use plastic waste rises from 2019-2021 despite pledges
Polluting single-use plastic production rose by 6 million tonnes per year from 2019 to 2021 despite tougher worldwide regulations, with producers making "little progress" to tackle the problem and boost
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7 children, their mother dead in France fire
A mother and her seven children aged two to 14 died after a fire broke out while they slept in their house in northern France today, police and firefighters said.
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Technology
Soil tainted by air pollution releases carbon: Study
Dryland soil, characterised by limited ability to retain moisture and low levels of organic matter, covers roughly 45 per cent of Earth’s land area
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Why is Discord so popular among the young users?
Social media communication got introduced as a refreshing way of staying connected via Discord, a social communication platform. It has become one of the most popular mediums for keeping connected
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Palak meets Saudi telecommunication company chairman in Riyadh
State Minister for Information and Communication Technology (ICT) Junaid Ahmed Palak had a meeting with Chairman of Saudi Telecommunication Company (STC) Mohammed Bin Khalid Al Abdullah Al Faisal at the
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Sport
Haaland may have picked the wrong club, claims Carragher
Former Liverpool defender Jamie Carragher suggested Erling Haaland may have made the wrong choice in joining Manchester City.
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Three talking points from the Premier League
Guardiola criticised his side’s lack of hunger to retain their title after they had come from 2-0 down to beat Tottenham 4-2 last month
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Kane becomes Spurs’ record scorer as Man City suffer title blow
Kane’s landmark moment also made him only the third player to score 200 Premier League goals after Alan Shearer (260) and Wayne Rooney (208)
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Harry Kane lauded as 'greatest of all time'
Harry Kane was lauded as the greatest of all time after his record-breaking strike against Manchester City.
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India look to next generation at Women's T20 World Cup
India are looking to a new generation of talented young cricketers led by teenage batter Shafali Verma to propel them to a first Women's T20 World Cup title this month.
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Bangladesh women to play against Singapore
Bangladesh women’s football team will play a FIFA friendly match away to Singapore on February 18 and will likely host Cambodia for two matches in March, confirmed Bangladesh Football Federation’s
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BFF in troubled water over Jamie Day wages
Former Bangladesh national football team coach Jamie Day has claimed that world football’s governing body, FIFA, has stopped issuing development funds to Bangladesh Football Federation over his payment disputes with
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আলোচিত
দেখি, খেলা হয় কি না: ওবায়দুল কাদেরকে হিরো আলম
আলোচিত ইউটিউবার হিরো আলম আওয়ামী লীগ সাধারণ সম্পাদক এবং সড়ক পরিবহণ ও সেতুমন্ত্রী ওবায়দুল কাদেরকে তার সঙ্গে বগুড়া-৪ আসনে ভোটে প্রতিদ্বন্দ্বিতার চ্যালেঞ্জ জানিয়েছেন।
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সংসদ সদস্য মোছলেম উদ্দিনের ইন্তেকাল
জাতীয় সংসদের চট্টগ্রাম-৮ বোয়ালখালী আসনের সংসদ সদস্য বীর মুক্তিযোদ্ধা মোছলেম উদ্দিন ইন্তেকাল করেছেন। ইন্নালিল্লাহি ওয়া ইন্না ইলাইহি রাজিউন। সোমবার (৬ ফেব্রুয়ারি) রাত ১২টা ৪৭ মিনিটে...
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জাপা চেয়ারম্যান হিসেবে দায়িত্ব পালনে বাধা নেই  জি এম কাদেরের
জাতীয় পার্টির চেয়ারম্যান হিসেবে জিএম কাদেরের দায়িত্ব পালনে আদালতের দেয়া অস্থায়ী নিষেধাজ্ঞা প্রশ্নে বিচারিক (নিম্ন) আদালতের রায় আট সপ্তাহের জন্য স্থগিত করেছেন হাইকোর্ট।
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২০২৬ সালে চালু হবে মাতারবাড়ী গভীর সমুদ্র বন্দর : সংসদে নৌ প্রতিমন্ত্রী
আগামী ২০২৬ সালে মাতারবাড়ী গভীর সমুদ্র বন্দরের অপারেশনাল কার্যক্রম
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মাথাপিছু আয় কমে ২৭৯৩ ডলার
দেশের মানুষের মাথাপিছু আয় কমে দুই হাজার ৭৯৩ ডলারে নেমে এসেছে। চূড়ান্ত হিসাব অনুযায়ী এই আয় উল্লেখ করেছে বাংলাদেশ পরিসংখ্যান ব্যুরো (বিবিএস)। রোববার (৫ ফেব্রুয়ারি)...
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হিরো আলমকে হেয় করে বড় দলের নেতাদের দেয়া বক্তব্যের সমালোচনা
বাংলাদেশে জাতীয় সংসদের বগুড়া-৪ (কাহালু-নন্দীগ্রাম) আসনের উপনির্বাচনে পরাজিত হয়েও আলোচনায় থাকা স্বতন্ত্র প্রার্থী আশরাফুল আলম ওরফে হিরো আলমকে ঘিরে তুমুল বিতর্ক চলছে রাজনৈতিক অঙ্গনে, যাতে...
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Business
Looser financial conditions pose conundrum for central banks
Central banks aggressively hiked interest rates last year as inflation in many countries rose to the highest levels in decades. Now, falling energy prices are reducing headline inflation and fueling
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Indonesia president warns financial regulator to boost supervision after Adani rout
Indonesian President Joko Widodo urged on Monday his country's financial regulator to strengthen supervision on capital markets in the wake of the crisis at India's Adani Group.
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Widen VAT net to boost revenue collection
The NBR is organising a two-day revenue conference on 5 and 6 February to increase public awareness and develop a revenue-friendly mindset
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Editorial
We must check relentless price increase
Lack of action to bring down prices of food is especially concerning
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For a better fiscal space, we need efficient tax system
Improving our revenue generation will require several measures, both technical and non-technical.
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Entertainment
'Pathaan': How a cliche film became an industry hit
Pathaan is a Bollywood blockbuster of epic proportions and a true testament to the power of cinema. The fourth instalment in the YRF Spy Universe, Pathaan, consists of a stellar
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‘Buker Moddhe Agun’ served legal notice by Salman Shah’s family
A few weeks ago, Hoichoi announced a new series titled, "Buker Moddhe Agun", which would be directed by Taneem Rahman Angshu. The series will reportedly reflect the life of superstar
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List of Grammy winners in top categories
Beyoncé led the pack with nine nominations, followed by Kendrick Lamar with eight, and Adele and Brandi Carlile with seven each. Future, Styles, Mary J. Blige, DJ Khaled, and Randy
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Taylor Swift’s ‘All Too Well’ wins Best Music Video award
Taylor Swift received the Best Music Video in the Grammy Award 2023, for "All Too Well: The Short Film"
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Health
Dengue fever: 1 dead, 5 hospitalised in 24 hours
At least one dengue patient died and five were hospitalised across the country in the last 24 hours till this morning..With the new death, the total number of deaths rose
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Operations of five medical colleges suspended
Activities of five medical colleges were suspended and approval of one medical college was revoked for not conducting quality education as per law and policy. Health Minister Zahid Maleque came
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