Headline
Third phase election to 112 upazilas on May 29
The Election Commission on Wednesday announced the schedule for third phase upazila election to hold the polls in 112 Upazila Parishads on May 29....
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Scores of flights delayed, diverted as Dubai reels from floods chaos
Dubai\'s giant highways were clogged by flooding and airport passengers were urged to stay away on Wednesday as the glitzy financial centre reeled from record rains.
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Snake on a train delays Japanese bullet service
Even small delays in Japan's much-vaunted bullet trains are rare, and more unusual still are snakes on board holding up the speedy "shinkansen" services
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NTRCA circular to recruit 96,736 teachers, how to begin application?
The applicants have until 9 May to submit their applications, while the deadline for application fee payment is at 12:00 am on 10 May.
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Price fall in large-cap securities drives stocks down
Bangladesh\'s both bourses—the Dhaka Stock Exchange and the Chittagong Stock Exchange—on Wednesday plunged due to mainly price fall in large-cap securities....
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Myanmar junta pardons 3,300 prisoners
Myanmar\'s junta on Wednesday announced a pardon for more than 3,300 prisoners under a regular amnesty to mark the country\'s traditional new year festival.....
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Diabetes drug shows promise against Parkinson\'s in clinical study
A drug used to treat diabetes slowed the progression of motor issues associated with Parkinson\'s disease, a study published in the New England Journal of Medicine said Wednesday.
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Bangladesh
Truck hits vehicles at a high speed, death toll rises to 14
Tragic accident at Gabkhan bridge toll plaza claims 14 lives as truck rams vehicles at high speed, leaving a trail of devastation in Jhalakathi
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PM to attend ESCAP session in Thailand next week
Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina is scheduled to depart for Bangkok, Thailand on April 24 to attend the 80th session of the United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and
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Mujibnagar Smriti Saudha: A symbol of liberation war
Explore the historic Mujibnagar Smriti Saudha, a symbol of Bangladesh's liberation war, where the first provisional government was sworn in during the War of Liberation in 1971.
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112 upazilas to go to polls on May 29
The third phase of this year's upazila elections will be held on May 29, the Election Commission announced this afternoon
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Quader for resisting anti-liberation forces to give independence a solid foundation
Awami League General Secretary and Road Transport and Bridges Minister Obaidul Quader on Wednesday said anti-liberation forces, including BNP, will have to be resisted to give the country's victory and
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Jamuna Express train derailed at Dhaka’s Karwan Bazar
A coach of Dhaka-bound Jamuna Express train derailed in the Karwan Bazar area of Bangladesh capital Dhaka Wednesday morning.....
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Govt to raise capital spending for sustained growth
The government set a target to elevate capital expenditure in the medium term (2025-26 fiscal) aiming to achieve sustained economic growth. The government has set the target as it thinks
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International
33,899 Palestinians killed in Israel's Gaza offensive since Oct 7
Israel's military offensive in the Gaza Strip has killed at least 33,899 Palestinians and wounded 76,664 since October 7, the Palestinian enclave's health ministry said today
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BJP not to get over 180 seats without tampering EVMs: Priyanka Gandhi
Congress leader Rahul Gandhi anticipates BJP being limited to 150 seats in Lok Sabha elections, citing a strong undercurrent in favor of the opposition INDIA bloc. He emphasizes the improving
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'5,000 lives in one shell': Gaza's IVF embryos destroyed by Israeli strike
When an Israeli shell struck Gaza's largest fertility clinic in December, the explosion blasted the lids off five liquid nitrogen tanks stored in a corner of the embryology unit
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India’s FS Vinay Kwatra likely to arrive in Dhaka April 20
Indian foreign secretary Vinay Mohan Kwatra is likely to pay an official visit to Bangladesh on Saturday to discuss and review the entire gamut of bilateral relationship between the two
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Jailed Myanmar leader Suu Kyi moved to house arrest
She has largely been hidden from view since the military detained her as they seized power in a 2021 coup
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Bangladesh FM attends ‘9th Our Ocean Conference’ in Greece
Bangladesh foreign minister Hasan Mahmud has attended the ‘9th Our Ocean Conference Greece 2024’ held in Athens on April 16-17.....
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Dubai reels from floods chaos after record rains
Dubai's giant highways were clogged by flooding and airport passengers were urged to stay away on Wednesday as the glitzy financial centre reeled from record rains
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Technology
A beginner's guide to Cudy routers
As we have arrived at the age of AI, it has become quite evident that to remain seamlessly connected to the digital world, we need a high-speed broadband connection, and
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Canada to push ahead with digital services tax on global tech firms starting 2024
Washington opposes the plan on the grounds that it unfairly singles out U.S. firms.
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NASA Mars helicopter sends last message to Earth
Originally intended only to prove flight was possible in the ultra-thin Martian atmosphere through five test runs, Ingenuity defied all expectations
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'Grand Theft Auto' publisher to fire 600 employees
Take-Two Interactive Software, publisher of the popular 'Grand Theft Auto' video game franchise, has recently announced that they are laying off about 5% of their entire workforce, which amounts to
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Sport
Guardiola warns it is too soon to dream about double treble
City host Real Madrid in the second leg of their Champions League quarter-final tie on Thursday [1am, Bangladesh Time] at the Etihad having overcome them in the semi-finals last season
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Arteta urges Arsenal to seize Champions League chance at Bayern
Arsenal's coach Mikel Arteta urges his team to seize the opportunity to reach the Champions League semi-finals for the first time in 15 years, as they face Bayern Munich in
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Powell ‘whispering in Narine’s ears’ for T20 World Cup return
West Indies skipper Rovman Powell is making efforts to persuade Sunil Narine to come out of retirement for the T20 World Cup, hoping to capitalize on his recent T20 century
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Mahmood in search of Pakistan's best XI ahead of T20 WC
Ahead of Pakistan’s home assignment against New Zealand, newly appointed head coach Azhar Mahmood spoke in detail about his squad, player combinations, and strategies.
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'Mustafizur has nothing to learn from IPL'
Bangladesh Cricket Board’s cricket operations chairman Jalal Yunus has defended the board’s decision to bring back Mustafizur Rahman from the IPL for the Zimbabwe series, saying Mustafizur has nothing to
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Just not cricket: Indian politicians bat for power
Cricket is more than just a game in India: critics accuse ruling-party politicians and the sport's closely linked mega-rich board of exploiting its huge popularity for electoral advantage.
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Romario returns to professional football at 58
Brazilian football legend Romario has officially come out of retirement after 15 years since his last professional match. The 58-year-old World Cup winner has signed with America-RJ, a club playing
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আলোচিত
সরকার আরও ভয়ঙ্কর হয়ে উঠেছে: মির্জা ফখরুল
ঢাকা: দেশে আইনের শাসনের অভাবে নিরপরাধ মানুষরাই সরকারি নিপীড়নের শিকার হচ্ছেন বলে অভিযোগ করেছেন বিএনপির মহাসচিব মির্জা ফখরুল ইসলাম
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বিএনপির অনেকে উপজেলা নির্বাচনে অংশ নিচ্ছেন, দাবি ওবায়দুল কাদেরের
আওয়ামী লীগের সাধারণ সম্পাদক বলেন, ৮ মে প্রথম দফার নির্বাচনে আওয়ামী লীগের দলীয় প্রতীক নেই। প্রধানমন্ত্রী নির্দেশ দিয়েছেন মন্ত্রী-এমপিদের প্রভাব বিস্তার না করতে।
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মূল্যহ্রাস-মূল্যফাঁস
বাজারে নিত্যপণ্যের দামের উত্তাপ বেড়েই চলেছে। পবিত্র রমজান মাসে মুসলিম প্রধান অধিকাংশ দেশেই নিত্যপণ্যের দাম যেখানে কমে, সেখানে আমাদের দেশে চড়া দামের খপ্পরে পড়ে ক্রেতাদের
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ডিজিটাল যুগে এত ব্যাংকের দরকার নেই
ডিজিটাল যুগে এত ব্যাংকের দরকার নেই
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ভারত প্রশিক্ষণে যাচ্ছেন পঞ্চাশ বিচারক
এবার অর্ধশত বিচারক ভারত সফরে যাচ্ছেন। সেখানে তারা ন্যাশনাল জুডিসিয়াল একাডেমি ও একটি স্টেট একাডেমিতে প্রশিক্ষণ নেবেন। প্রতিষ্ঠানটি ভারতের ভূ-পালে...
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সুনামগঞ্জে পুলিশের সঙ্গে ধস্তাধস্তিতে আসামির মৃত্যুর অভিযোগ
সুনামগঞ্জের তাহিরপুরে পুলিশের সঙ্গে ধস্তাধস্তিতে রমিজ মিয়া (৫৫) নামের এক আসামির মৃত্যুর অভিযোগ পাওয়া গেছে। মৃত রমিজ মিয়া উপজেলার বুরুঙ্গাছড়া গ্রামের মৃত হারাবুল্লার
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ইউএনওর কাজ কি শিশুদের কান ধরে দাঁড় করিয়ে রাখা
শরীয়তপুরে জেলা প্রশাসন পরিচালিত একটি পার্কে টিকিট ছাড়া প্রবেশ করায় পাঁচ শিশুকে কান ধরে দাঁড় করিয়ে রাখার ঘটনাকে কীভাবে ব্যাখ্যা করা যাবে?
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Politics
PM pays homage to Sheikh Mujib on Mujibnagar Day
Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Wednesday paid tribute to bangladesh’s founding president Sheikh Mujibur Rahman on the occasion of the historic Mujibnagar Day....
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Jatiya Mukti Council demands return of Michael Chakma
The Jatiya Mukti Council on Tuesday on the government to find out Michael Chakma, who went missing in 2019....
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No joy of eid in families of BNP leaders, activists: Rizvi
The main opposition Bangladesh Nationalist Party senior joint secretary general Ruhul Kabir Rizvi on Wednesday said that the people of the country were going to celebrate Eid-ul-Fitr on Thursday but
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AL comes to power to give while BNP to take: PM Hasina
Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has said that her party Awami League comes to power to give something to the people while the Bangladesh Nationalist Party assumes to take....
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Quader requests country’s people to maintain austerity
The ruling Awami League general secretary Obaidul Quader on Thursday requested the country’s people to maintain austerity as per Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina’s call to the nation to do so......
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Business
Bank Asia set to take over Bank Alfalah
Bank Asia, a private sector bank, is set to acquire the Bangladesh chapter of Pakistan-based Bank Alfalah. The board of directors of Bank Alfalah gave an approval in principle for
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Bank Asia plans to acquire Bank Alfalah’s Bangladesh unit
Bank Asia is going to hold a meeting of its board of directors next Sunday and is likely to disclose the mater in detail, a senior official of Bank Asia
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IPDC Finance gets new MD
IPDC Finance has appointed a new managing director (MD), according to a press release received today.
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Editorial
Save our migrants in Malaysia
Bangladeshi migrants face unmet promises and exploitative employers in Malaysia.
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How a war in the Middle East could impact South Asia
The impact of a widening of the Gaza war would be especially severe for South Asian nations
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The philosophical undertones of writings on public transport
The thoughtful and philosophical themes of these writings surely make us ponder the ubiquity of human intellect.
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How much you can pay decides what education your child gets
After three decades since the primary education pledge was made, the cost of a child’s education remains a heavy burden for some 80 lakh households.
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Israel-Iran: Hell on earth
The US’ need for a highly measured, or even lack of response from Israel cannot be overstated.
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Entertainment
Salman Khan to return as host of ‘Bigg Boss OTT’  amid security threats
Bollywood star Salman Khan is all set to return as the host for the third season of “Bigg Boss OTT”. The announcement came through an official poster shared by Endemol
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His happiness makes me feel like the luckiest mother alive: Pori Moni
This is the first time the actress spent the festivities without her Nanabhai (maternal grandfather). Carrying a bittersweet ache in her heart, Pori tried her best to ensure the best
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John Lennon and Paul McCartney’s sons collaborate for new single ‘Primrose Hill’
The iconic songwriting duo Lennon-McCartney sees a revival, albeit through the musical talents of the Beatles’ offspring. James McCartney, son of Paul McCartney, collaborates with Sean Ono Lennon, John Lennon’s
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‘The overwhelming love and support was unexpected’: Bubly on her latest film
Both Bubly and Razz have gained widespread appreciation for their performances. Leading up to its release, the movie's poster, trailer, and songs had already captivated fans.
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Health
Heat wave spurs disease concerns, doctors advise caution
Amid the intense heat wave affecting the nation, people are falling ill with symptoms like colds, fevers, and stomach aches. There is also a higher risk of heat stroke. Doctors
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Life style
Childhood sedentariness accelerates premature vascular damage
Childhood sedentariness accelerates premature vascular damage, but light physical activity may help minimize the risk. A new study finds that increased sedentary time in childhood is linked to deteriorating arterial
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