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- October 19, 2017
Hundreds of journalists covered the grandiose re-opening of the former post office, a stone’s throw from the White House, but many mocked Trump for focusing on his business so close to polling
The Clinton campaign describes both North Carolina and Florida as “checkmate” states. Trump probably can’t win if he loses either
The United Nations’ refugee agency is shipping tents, blankets and other aid from the United Arab Emirates to northern Iraq to help those affected by the military campaign
The immensely popular short-form video app called “Vine” is being discontinued by its owner, social media giant Twitter.
Another US official said the attack represented the “most significant strike” against the al-Qaeda leadership in Afghanistan in years
Coal will be used to generate 50% electricity in Bangladesh by 2030, said the state minister for power, energy and mineral resources
On current trends, stocks of global wildlife could plunge two-thirds by 2020
Prior to the Bangladesh-England Test, it is the weather that is dominating all the headlines as the forecasts suggest rain for the next couple of days
With the Fall Classic shifting to Wrigley Field, the Chicago Cubs on Friday will host their first World Series game in 71 years
India’s Madras High Court has asked YouTube to share the IP of an uploader who has been sued in a legal defamation case.
Gemcon will face Comfit in the semis on Friday while Bando plays Neo/ITHS
Former captain Bashar expressed his belief that Mushfiq would go on to play 100 Tests, informing that no one deserves it more than the Bogra lad
Taxpayers will now be able to submit their tax returns online as State Minister for Finance and Planning MA Mannan inaugurated the online system on trial basis on Thursday.
The study conducted in 2016 also says around 28% of the population are using semi-developed sanitation facilities while around 10% are using unhygienic toilets
“What is BNP? Why there should be discussions with BNP? They themselves have closed all the ways for talks,” said Obaidul Quader, newly elected AL general secretary.
Mushfiq believes the Bangladesh spinners are more experienced than the opposition slow bowlers but there are still areas they can improve upon
On October 18, the girl went missing while she was playing near her home in Jamirhat village in Parbatipur upazila.
Nasrul said currently the country has a reserve of 3,500 million metric tonnes of coal and even if 35% of the volume could be recovered that would be equivalent to 28 TCF gas.