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FEATURE

Beyond textbooks

Beyond textbooks

I go to the University of Nottingham's School of English,and it is an enriching experience - I h

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Quarter of UK student nurses drop out before graduation, study finds

Nearly a quarter of student nurses are dropping out of

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On a roller coaster

A group of six friends got together to participate in

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Op-ed

Antisemitism of Labour code must for party's unity

All of which feeds the blind spot we see now

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People are the only hope for the planet

If we blame the population's indifference for ruining the environment,

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Korean firms eyeing global procurement market

The global procurement market with an estimated value of $6

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EDITORIAL
Editorial

Indo-Bangla Pipleine work opens

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Tuesday (18th September) said she

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What others say

Vaccine against Malaria, HIV

Vaccines against H.I.V., malaria and tuberculosis — three major killers

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Comments & Analyses-I

China’s clout not enough to win Cold War

When the Soviet Union imploded in 1991, the Communist Party of China (CPC) became obsessed with understanding why, writes Minxin Pei

An example of imperial overreach is China’s generous aid to

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LETTERS TO EDITORIAL

Silenced by salinity

Salinity is taking a heavy toll on our food production

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Fornt Page

No scope for long-term stay of Rohingyas

PM tells JS

No scope for long-term stay of Rohingyas

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Wednesday told Parliament that Bangladesh will place its proposals on future action plans, including the review of progress over the Rohingya crisis in different multilateral meetings during the 73rd United Nations General Assembly (UNGA). The Prime Minister said this while replying to a starred question from Jatiya Party MP Nurul Islam Milon (Cumilla-8). "Besides", she said, "We'll have talks over the issue with different important world leaders on the sideline meetings of the UN General Assembly." Sheikh Hasina said she placed a five-point proposal in the 72nd United Nations General Assembly in resolving the Rohingya...   read more>>

Air pollution linked to dementia

Air pollution linked to dementiaUrban air pollution, mostly from vehicles, is associated with an increased risk  read more>>

Kim-Moon summit

DPRK to dismantle key nuke site if US takes steps too

DPRK to dismantle key nuke site if US takes steps tooPYONGYANG, Sept 19: South Korean President Moon Jae-in and North Korean leader  read more>>

Sharif, daughter freed

A Pakistani court on Wednesday ordered the release of jailed  read more>>

Pictorial

PictorialPro-BNP teachers of Dhaka University on Wednesday form a human chain at  read more>>

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BACK PAGE
Govt firmly believes in freedom of press: PM
Govt firmly believes in freedom of press: PMReiterating that the government firmly believes in freedom of press, Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on   read more>>
ICC begins probe into Rohingya expulsions
The Hague, Sept 19: The International Criminal Court's chief prosecutor   read more>>
DU pro-BNP teachers demand Khaleda's release
Pro-BNP teachers of Dhaka University (DU) on Wednesday formed a   read more>>

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METROPOLIS
Nigeria keen to learn from Bangladesh's agriculture development
News Desk Nigerian Minister of State for Agriculture and Rural   read more>>
Govt urged to replace brick use with concrete blocks
Speakers at a seminar in the city on Wednesday urged   read more>>
Robert Douglas Simpson new FAO representative
Robert Douglas Simpson has joined as the new Representative of   read more>>

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BUSINESS
Bangladesh trade with SA may hit $67billioin
News Desk Bangladesh has the potential to double its trade   read more>>
Chinese bank expresses confidence in Egypt's economy
CAIRO, Sept. 19 (Xinhua): China Development Bank (CDB), the largest   read more>>
US consumers may bear brunt of Trump's tariffs
WASHINGTON, Sept 19: A universe of Chinese-made goods found in   read more>>

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SPORTS
Tigers to face Afghans in Asia Cup today
Bangladesh will take on Afghanistan in their second and final   read more>>
Bangladesh earn big win against Lebanon
Hosts Bangladesh topped the Group F table of the AFC   read more>>
Mashrafe disappointed with Super 4 schedule
Bangladesh skipper Mashrafe Mortaza took a swipe at the Asian   read more>>

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HOME
Strict enforcement of tobacco control law underscored
RAJSHAHI, Sept 19: Experts at a participatory discussion here unanimously   read more>>
River erosion victims to get VGF support till Dec 31: Maya
News Desk NORIA, Sept 19: Disaster Management and Relief Minister   read more>>
A new economic horizon unfurled
LALMONIRHAT, Sept 19: Commissioning of the Second Teesta Road Bridge   read more>>

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INTERNATIONAL
Syria's govt, opposition welcome Idlib deal
Beirut, Sep 19: Both Syria's government and its opposition welcomed   read more>>
Najib Razak arrested
Kuala Lumpur, Sept 19: Malaysia's anti-graft agency said former Prime   read more>>
Imran Khan meets King Salman in Jeddah
Jeddah, Sep 19: Prime Minister Imran Khan met Saudi King   read more>>

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