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SM Sultan's 25th death anniversary observed

SM Sultan's 25th death anniversary observed

The 25th death anniversary of internationally famous artist SM Sultan was on October 10. SM Sultan w

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Ali Fazal and Gal Gadot to star in Death on the Nile

Ali Fazal and Gal Gadot to star in Death on the Nile

Actor Ali Fazal is set to share screen space with Wonder Woman star Gal Gadot in 20th Century Fox

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Martin Scorsese's 'The Irishman' to Open Los Cabos Film Fest

Martin Scorsese's 'The Irishman' to Open Los Cabos Film Fest

The Irishman, Netflix's saga of a hitman and his mysterious association with union boss Jimmy Ho

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Steps to revive the economy

Steps to revive  the economy

The importance of Arun Jaitley as the finance minister is now understood when the economy reels unde

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China slimming down belt and road initiative as new project value plunges

The growth of China’s Belt and Road Initiative slowed significantly

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Greek-US operation collars 'merchant of death'

After two meetings in Athens with a US agent who

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EDITORIAL
Editorial

Whys of graduate unemployment

A pandemic sense of hopelessness grips the graduates as they

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What Other Say

India’s economic growth

Turning around a large ship is never easy. So it

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Comments & Analyses-I

North Korea exploits its advantages in talks with US

The North Koreans, ever the hard bargainers, no doubt assess that they now have a short-term advantage over the US and are seeking to exploit it, writes Thomas Cynkin

Immediately following what appeared to be a productive, eight-hour exchange

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Buet killing

The gruesome killing of Tyhe Abrar Fahad, 22, a second-year-student

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Front Page

Politics at peak for political and economic restructuring

BUET crisis adds fuel to fire

News Special: Politics climbs its peak again over a set of incendiary issues generated by a purge launched in an extreme state of politics and economy being undermined. Demands are growing louder for an overhaul of both. Added to the uncanny findings is the murder of a BUET student that also relates to another issue already being raised by opposition politicians of all streams. Abrar Fahad, a second-year student of electrical and electronic engineering department of BUET, was beaten to death by a group of Chhatra League leaders at the university's Sher-e-Bangla Hall on Sunday night. Law enforcers suspect Abrar was attacked because of one of his recent Facebook posts which seemed critical of some recent deals struck with India...  read more>>

No misdeeds in academia be tolerated

PM warns again

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Pictorial

PictorialPrime Minister Sheikh Hasina addressing the second national council of  read more>>

Admission tests on time as protests set at a pause

Demands half-met by BUET notification

Movement over Abrar murder to 'continue' after two-day break

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BNP calls for united movement for regime change

Stages street demo outside HQ after clash with police

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BACK PAGE
BD hosting 4.7pc of total global refugees
An international conclave will be held in The Hague, Netherlands,   read more>>
Ensure quality of dev works: President
KISHOREGANJ, Oct 12: President Abdul Hamid on Saturday asked the   read more>>
Universities will decide about banning politics on campus: Dipu Moni
CHANDPUR, Oct 12: Education Minister Dr Dipu Moni on Saturday   read more>>

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METROPOLIS
Dhaka to host C'wealth confce
Bangladesh, under the visionary leadership of Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina,   read more>>
Ensuring education for slum children stressed
RAJSHAHI, Oct 12: Development activists and slum-dwellers at a human   read more>>
'No child will remain homeless'
State Minister for Women and Children Affairs Fazilatunnesa Indira on   read more>>

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BUSINESS
Global stocks rise on US-China trade deal prospect
Business Desk Global stocks rallied Friday as US-China trade negotiations   read more>>
GM workers struggle with daily expenses as long strike continues
DETROIT, Oct 12: Betty Johnson, who has worked on General   read more>>
US Fed unveils new steps to boost liquidity, manage rates
WASHINGTON, Oct 12: The Federal Reserve on Friday announced a   read more>>

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SPORTS
Razzak spins Khulna in command
Veteran left-arm spinner Abdur Razzak continued showing his value in   read more>>
Saif steers BD A to win OD series against SL A
A brilliant century by opener Saif Hasan enabled touring Bangladesh   read more>>
Boys getting ready to face India
Boys getting ready  to face IndiaBangladesh National Football team, now in India, held a two-hour training session at the Salt Lake Y   read more>>

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HOME
‘Bangladesh attains notable success in ensuring child rights’
RANGPUR, Oct 12: Bangladesh has attained notable success in ensuring   read more>>
Helpline ‘333’ emerges as tool of checking child marriage
NATORE, Oct 12: The helpline no. ‘333’ has emerged as   read more>>
Woman’s body found in Jamalpur
JAMALPUR, Oct 12: Police recovered a body of an unidentified   read more>>

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INTERNATIONAL
Turkish forces capture center of key Syrian border town
Ceylanpinar, Oct 12: Turkish forces captured a key Syrian border   read more>>
Bomb targets prison holding captured IS members
Akcakale, Oct 12: A Kurdish police force in northern Syria   read more>>
Japan on highest alert
TOKYO, Oct. 12: As a major typhoon approaching the east   read more>>

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