Dhaka, Bangladesh

Would more prize money make athletes run faster?

Would more prize money make athletes run faster?

Would you be more likely to set a personal best in your next race if someone offered you £100? How

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Upsurge in sleeping problems due to UK's longest heatwave in 40 years

Britain's longest heatwave since 1976 has led to a upsurge

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The Onion Bagel: Steroids are the answer to athletic apathy

This has never been a very sports-centric school. Expensive stadiums

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China attaches great importance to Turkey

At the invitation of Minister of State Security of South

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Ancient tales are back in fashion

By Claire Armitstead
Ancient tales are back in fashion

Fairytale and myth can hold a mirror to our troubled times - as evidenced by the refugees walking th

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Mahwish’s murder

By Saima Mirza

THE cold-blooded murder of 19-year-old bus hostess Mahwish Arshad in

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Key Rohingya panel members quit

Two key members of an international advisory panel on Myanmar's

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A Friendship higher than mountains

Writes Xi Jinping

At the invitation of President Paul Kagame, I will pay

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How Congress can limit Trump’s Russia damage

Write Julia Frifield and David Eckels Wade

After Donald Trump appeared to side with Vladimir Putin over

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Fornt Page

Eschew excesses

PM tells BCL over quota movement, they repeat

News Report Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina warned Chhatra Leaguers against doing excesses like vigilante action on quota reformists, as recurrent attacks by some of them prompted protests. The retraining message from the premier and ruling-party president was conveyed Sunday by Awami League general secretary and Road Transport and Bridges Minister Obaidul Quader. As the news broke, so did another one that some Bangladesh Chhatra League men allegedly assaulted three of quota-reform leaders outside Dhaka University campus shortly after ending a demonstration for job-quota reform on the varsity campus. If the allegation stands, it runs counter to the pacifying postures coming from top of the government administration and also from the DU administration. Amid the latest developments o...  read more>>


PictorialTeachers of Dhaka University form a human chain on Sunday in protest  read more>>

PM on army leadership

Pick patriotic ones to strengthen democracy

News Desk Suggesting selection of patriotic and competent officers for  read more>>

UNSC meet on Rohingya crisis today

FM to visit Myanmar on August 8

News Desk The United Nations Security Council (UNSC) sits today  read more>>

1.5-lakh-tonne coal vanishes

Barapukuria power plant faces shutdown

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No makeshift cattle market in city
News Desk The excavation work that started on Saturday in   read more>>
Rouhani warns Trump against conflict with Iran
DUBAI, July 22: Iranian President Hassan Rouhani on Sunday cautioned   read more>>
UK investors keen to invest more in Bangladesh: Rushanara
British Prime Minister's trade envoy to Bangladesh Rushanara Ali, MP,   read more>>


JS body for utilising railway lands
The Parliamentary Standing Committee on Railways Ministry on Sunday recommended   read more>>
Music promotes friendship: Envoy
South Korean Ambassador in Dhaka Hu Kang-il has said music   read more>>
1.16cr sacrificial animals ready for Eid-ul-Azha
News Report According to the Fisheries and Livestock Ministry, there   read more>>


BTRC to introduce IMEI to check fake handset trading
News Report Bangladesh Telecom-munication Regulatory Commission (BTRC) is set to   read more>>
Asia becomes Bolivia’s main minerals market
LA PAZ, July 22 (Xinhua): Asia has become Bolivia’s main   read more>>
Sanitary pads exempted from tax in India
NEW DELHI, July 22 (Xinhua): The Indian government on Saturday   read more>>


Indonesia ready to host 18th Asian Games
Indonesia, a country of volcanic islands, is well prepared to   read more>>
I didn’t want to play again Neymar says after WC blues
Brazil superstar Neymar admits that after his nation’s quarter-final defeat   read more>>
Bangladesh crackdown to boost ailing Test squad
Bangladesh plans to crack down on players who use “pretexts”   read more>>

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Epoch-making success achieved in female edn: minister
News Desk GANGACHARA, July 22: State Minister for LGRD and   read more>>
Around 100pc enrolment in primary education
RAJSHAHI, July 22: Around hundred percent enrollment in district's primary   read more>>
Candidates pledge improved civic amenities
RAJSHAHI, July 22: Seventeen councilor candidates, including seven for women   read more>>

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Trump finds it 'inconceivable'
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