Wednesday April 26, 2017 09:49 PM



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    British MP Jo Cox shot dead

    Media reports said she had been shot and stabbed. She was attacked as she prepared to hold a meeting with constituents in Birstall near Leeds

  • Corinthians fury after Tite accepts Brazil job

    Corinthians fury after Tite accepts Brazil job

    Brazil have lost their way in recent years and have failed to win a major tournament since 2007

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    Bangladesh to focus on trade, uplift in partnership dialogue

    The Bangladesh side will focus on development, and trade and investment while for the US side, security would be top agenda

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    15 years into Narayanganj bomb blast

    Trial goes at snail pace, victims still facing hardship

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    Tk12,000 profit in a single dress

    ‘Sarara Lehenga’, a dress for women, was purchased at Tk 6,995. However, the same dress was being sold to the Eid shoppers at an exorbitant price of Tk19,500.

    The seller was earning profit Tk12,505 from a single dress.

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    60 streams in Khagrachhari disappearing

        At least 60 streams in hill district Khagrachari are disappearing due to deforestation and hill-slide. According to the district administration sources, the water bodies streaming from hills connected with Chengi, Feni and Mainee rivers have lied in dire situation. People who live in remote areas under nine upazilas of the district are facing

  • Cops yet to link Gunnu, Robin to Mitu murder

    Cops yet to link Gunnu, Robin to Mitu murder

    There has been no significant progress in the investigation in the 11 days since the murder took place in the heart of Chittagong city

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    MP Mustafizur gets bail

    Banshkhali Senior Judicial Magistrate’s Court granted bail to MP Mustafizur Rahman who allegedly assaulted Banshkhali Election Officer Jahedul Islam on June 1 when the officer did not comply with the lawmaker’s demands

  • It’s a wild life! (Part 1)

    It’s a wild life! (Part 1)

    I’ve mentioned in my earlier columns that I had spent a chunk of my childhood abroad, swinging from tree to tree like Tarzan in the jungles of a sizeable island near the land down under. I refrain from mentioning exactly where I was, not for security reasons, good God no – but to maintain the

  • Cranky aunty, cranky me

    Cranky aunty, cranky me

    Dear Dina, I have this paternal aunt who lives abroad. When I was completing my higher education abroad, she was kind enough to let me stay with her, and helped me out with some of the expenses when I went through a difficult time. After I graduated and moved out, and eventually got married and

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