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The Ellie Mcdoole Diaries

The Ellie Mcdoole Diaries

The Ellie McDoodle Diaries: Ellie for President, by Ruth McNally Barshaw, is the sixth book in the s

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Kashmir in 13 takes

Kashmir in 13 takes

At the time of writing this review, the valley of Kashmir remains mired in the deep unrest that has

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Beauty amidst pain, hope amidst despair

At the beginning of Nadeem Aslam's new novel, someone reveals

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Functional Pakistan-US relationship would augur well for peace

Functional Pakistan-US relationship would augur well for peace

During the Cold War, Pakistan-US relations were warm and co-operative. However, after the disintegra

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How Saudi Arabia is building a new national brand

How Saudi Arabia is building a new national brand

Recent decisions in Saudi Arabia with regard to good governance and tax reforms, women's rights

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Discovering your life purpose

The purpose of life - referred to in French as

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Facing onslaught of cold wave

Bangladesh should brace itself to face cold wave coupled with

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The ticking bomb

For a country that aims to be a global growth

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SDGs: The Bangladesh Roadmap

By Janina Jaruzelski

We, at the Local Consultative Group (LCG), are proud to

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Drive against drug adulteration

Drug adulteration is the bane of our society. Adulterated drugs

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Rohingya bodies want security before return

Rohingya bodies want security before return

Rohingya organizations, operating globally, have sought guarantee of ensuring the security of Rohingyas' life and property and "peaceful-coexistence" as equals with all other people in Rakhine and Myanmar before they return there as the repatriation is set to start on January 23, reports UNB. "There is no change of attitude of the Myanmar government and its military towards Rohingya; still they identify Rohingya as recent "Bengali interlopers" from Bangladesh; and Rohingyas continue entering into Bangladesh due to continuing violence and brutality against them in Arakan," they said in a joint statement. The organizations gave 12-point measures saying those are "imperative...   read more>>

Zia's 82nd birth anniv today

Zia's 82nd birth anniv todayBNP and its associate bodies will celebrate the 82nd birth  read more>>

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Dhaka intensifies campaign for its candidate

FMs meet in Dhaka in May

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Rohingya crisis

Dhaka wants peaceful solution: PM

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Pranab leaves city for home

Former Indian President Pranab Mukherjee left Dhaka on Thursday morning  read more>>

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Indo-Bangla ties at the peak
Foreign Minister AH Mahmood Ali on Thursday urged India and   read more>>
PM receives donation for relief fund
PM receives donation for relief fundTwenty individuals and government and private organisations donated cheques of over Tk 4.25 crore to   read more>>
Complete construction of 'govt treasury' building: PM
Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Thursday directed the authorities concerned   read more>>


Call to take holistic approach to improve urban services
Speakers at a working session of the two-day Bangladesh Development   read more>>
Martuza made Chief Info Commissioner
The government has appointed Martuza Ahmed, former information secretary, as   read more>>
Nahid for expansion of science education
Education Minister Nurul Islam Nahid Thursday said science education should   read more>>


Bangladesh Bank plans tripartite meet to strengthen ADR
The Bangladesh Bank (BB) is planning to hold a tripartite   read more>>
Walton opens computer manufacturing plant
Walton opens computer manufacturing plantNews Report Walton group, country’s leading electrical, electronics and home appliances manufactu   read more>>
IMF urges Germany to loosen purse strings
FRANKFURT AM MAIN, Jan 18: IMF chief Christine Lagarde has   read more>>


Mashrafe only focuses to win
Mashrafe only focuses to winMotivated Bangladesh will face Sri Lanka in their second match of the triangular series to be held t   read more>>
Djokovic survives as Sharapova shines
MELBOURNE, Jan 18: Novak Djokovic survived a gruelling fitness test   read more>>
Brook, Woods, Bamber overwhelm Bangladesh
QUEENSTOWN, Jan 18: Captain Harry Brook's unbeaten century, coupled with   read more>>

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Bumper winter veg production likely in Rangpur region
RANGPUR, Jan 18: Officials of the Department of Agriculture Extension   read more>>
Multidimensional uplift progs boost fish yield
RAJSHAHI, Jan 18: Fish production has increased significantly in Rajshahi   read more>>
One to die for killing teacher
NETRAKONA, Jan 18: A court here on Thursday sentenced a   read more>>

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May, Macron meet as migrant crisis, Brexit loom large
LONDON, Jan 18: British and French leaders aim to deepen   read more>>
Japan, Australia push for defence pact amid regional tension
Japan, Australia push for defence pact amid regional tensionTOKYO, Jan 18: The prime ministers of Japan and Australia toured a military training camp outside To   read more>>
4 killed as Pakistan, India trade fire in Kashmir
ISLAMABAD, Jan 18: Pakistani and Indian troops traded gunfire in   read more>>