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FEATURE

How Britain has gone crazy for chillies

How Britain has gone crazy for chillies

Up and down the country a small but dedicated bunch of festival-goers are preparing for the biggest

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A recipe for a proper crisp, green salad

A recipe for a proper crisp, green salad

One rarely hears: "Oh, how I love a green salad - so cosy and homely." And yet, to me, it is

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Guilty pleasure

Guilty pleasure

Every now and again you stumble back onto something that you always had a soft spot for and when you

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Op-ed

US, China finally sign trade deal

By Waheed Abbas/Dubai
US, China finally  sign trade deal

Agreement to revive confidence in global economy, but doubts remain The United States and China on

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Poland, Bangladesh enjoy warm ties

By Imtiaz Ahmed
Poland, Bangladesh enjoy warm ties

Poland and Bangladesh have a long history of friendly relations between both countries, non-resident

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Oklahoma points the way to better quality of life

By Deborah Simmons
Oklahoma points the way to better quality of life

I was trying to determine the other day when U.S. Census takers might be in the D.C. region for the

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EDITORIAL
Editorial

Massive plan for tech education

An initiative to spread technical education across the country has

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What Other Say

Concert of Europe

“We have therefore been left with no choice, given Iran’s

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Comments & Analyses-I

Tsai’s challenges to intensify in second term

The DPP had been crushed in local elections in 2018, losing seven of 13 cities and counties it held, and its share of the vote plunged from 56 percent in the 2016 presidential race to 39 percent, writes Brad Glosserman

Democrats in Taiwan and their supporters overseas were delighted with

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LETTERS TO EDITORIAL

Steps against sound pollution

Sound pollution has been the bane of city dwellers in

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Front Page

Rohingya rights to Rakhine domicile recognised

Search for ways of restoration

News Special: Rohingya rights to Rakhine domicile is globally recognized through the interim UN court verdict but thoughts now revolver round how to enforce it as a defiant Myanmar demurs. Setting a new milestone in justice for humanity The Hague-based International Court of Justice Thursday delivered its orders binding upon Myanmar to prevent genocidal acts against the Rohingya and protect the ethnic minority in their homeland. The top UN court dismissed Myanmar's plea for disposing of the genocide case filed by The Gambia on behalf of the Muslim grouping OIC and asserted that some of the atrocities fall under the purview of the United Nations Genocide Convention adopted in 1948 against the backdrop of devastations and human-rights violations in the...  read more>>

Combat against terror, corruption to continue alongside development

PM reaffirms her pledge

News Desk: Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina Friday asked her party  read more>>

Pictorial

PictorialPrime Minister and AL President Sheikh Hasina along with members  read more>>

Fresh move on Khaleda release

Family may submit spl petition, CrPC provision shown before

News Report: As a last resort to free jailed former  read more>>

Train, two slums burn in blazes

News Report: A train went up in flames in Brahmanbaria,  read more>>

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BACK PAGE
Plenty of pledges for uplift to woo voters in city polls
News Desk: The mayoral and councillor aspirants of the two   read more>>
‘Outsourcing back office by banks to create employment’
News Desk: Policymakers, bankers and BPO industry leaders stressed outsourcing   read more>>
Historic Mass Upsurge Day observed
The historic Mass Upsurge Day was observed on Friday in   read more>>

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METROPOLIS
‘Bangabandhu's Sonar Bangla will be realised’
News Report The Sonar Bangla dreamt by Father of the   read more>>
Michael Madhusudan's 196th birth anniversary today
Michael Madhusudan's 196th birth anniversary todayThe 196th birth anniversary of legendary Bengali poet and father of Bengali sonnet Michael Madhusuda   read more>>
Overhead wire to be removed from city's five zones
State Minister for Power, Energy and Mineral Resources Nasrul Hamid   read more>>

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BUSINESS
Kamal foresees milestone in remittance growth
News Report Finance Minister AHM Mustafa Kamal hoped that the   read more>>
Global economy snapback to prove elusive despite market joy
BENGALURU, Jan 24: A significant global upturn will remain elusive   read more>>
Oil heads for weekly loss on virus concerns
LONDON, Jan 24: Oil slipped below $62 a barrel on   read more>>

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SPORTS
Palestine face Burundi in final today
Palestine face Burundi  in final todayThe reigning champions Palestine will play against Burundi in the final of the ongoing six-team Bang   read more>>
Tigers lose first T20 by five wickets
Tigers lose first T20  by five wicketsSports Desk Bangladesh lost the first game of the three-match T20 International series against Pa   read more>>
BAF SEMS football fest 2020 begins
Inter-English Medium School Football Festival, organised by BAF Shaheen English   read more>>

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HOME
Academic activities hampered due to risky school bldg
Our Correspondent NAOGAON, Jan 24: Academic activities at Khas Paroil   read more>>
CCC Mayor at 54th Annual General Meet
Chattogram Bureau CHATTOGRAM, Jan 24: Chattogram City Mayor AJM Nasiruddin   read more>>
Jashore farmers eye bumper garlic yield
BENAPOLE, Jan 24: Farmers at Rajganj of Manirampur Upazila are   read more>>

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INTERNATIONAL
Merkel praises Turkey's efforts in hosting Syrian refugees
Istanbul, Jan 24: German Chancellor Angela Merkel on Friday said   read more>>
North Korea names military man as its FM
Seoul, Jan 24: North Korea has named as its new   read more>>
Nepal for resolving boundary issue with India
Kathmandu, Jan 24: Referring to the lingering territorial differences between   read more>>

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