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Snows of Kilimanjaro could vanish in 20 years

Snows of Kilimanjaro could vanish in 20 years

WASHINGTON: The snows capping Mount Kilimanjaro, Africa's tallest peak, are shrinking rapidly an

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A host of Mummies, a forest of secrets

A host of Mummies, a forest of secrets

In the middle of a terrifying desert north of Tibet, Chinese archaeologists have excavated an

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Monster shark stalking Australian tourist waters

SYDNEY: A monster shark at least five metres (16 feet)

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I've got the best job in British politics being an MEP

I've got the best  job in British politics being an MEP

Arriving in Brussels was like the first day of school. There were hundreds of us, all coming from th

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Language learning and education system

Fatema Zohra Haque, an internationally trained teacher, is currently working

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Electoral College is the greatest threat to our democracy

It's still well under the radar, but the movement to

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Faster digital financial services

Digital financial services (DFS), presently, are available even in remote

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Trump’s new visa rules will not stop terror

The Trump administration is making a great mistake by following

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NATO vital to Europe

The US is the central pillar of NATO, yet a YouGov poll conducted for the anniversary indicates only 44 percent support the US role in the alliance, writes Chris Doyle

As the world's largest and most powerful military alliance marks

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Steps against sound pollution

Sound pollution has been the bane of city dwellers in

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Hydropower coop with India under discussion

Dhaka, Thimphu welcome move for tripartite initiative

News Report Bangladesh has long tried to import hydropower from two Himalayan countries--Bhutan and Nepal-even by setting up hydroelectric plants over there, but to no avail, though some initial agreements were reached at. A latest disclosure hints at some headway. Hydroelectricity transmission from either Bhutan or Nepal involves a third country-India-as supply has to the channeled crossing over Indian territories. Any such bilateral trade transaction has to be on the basis of trilateral deal with India for the use of its land as corridor, experts and officials say. A recent move from India is seen as a progress on trilateral cooperation in this power sector-one of renewable energy sources much needed to stem the tide of climate change threatening humanity....  read more>>

None involved be spared

PM tells Nusrat's parents, brother gets bank job

None involved be sparedNews Desk Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina Monday assured Nusrat's parents and protesters  read more>>

Hasan urges foreign media to project BD's positive image

News Desk Highlighting Bangladesh's development in different sectors, Information Minister  read more>>

Perversely videoing Nusrat statement

Ex-OC Moazzem sued under DSA

Councilor Maksud remanded

Ex-OC Moazzem sued under DSANews Desk The Police Bureau of Investigation (PBI) was ordered on Monday  read more>>

Fakhrul about parole

It's for Khaleda, her family to decide

News Desk BNP secretary-general Mirza Fakhrul Islam Alamgir on Monday  read more>>

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Work unitedly to build developed, prosperous Bangladesh: PM
Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has called upon all to work   read more>>
Pahela Baishakh to unite people: Nazrul
Pahela Baishakh to unite people: NazrulNews Report Chairman of Primeasia University Board of Trustees and The News Today director Nazrul I   read more>>
Nuruddin, Shamim confess to their roles in Nusrat's death
Nuruddin and Shahadat Hossain Shamim have confessed to their roles   read more>>


Be a good human being to be a good doctor: Bhutanese PM
News Report Bhutanese Prime Minister Dr Lotay Tshering, who was   read more>>
Seminar on importance of tax & Vat collection held
News Report Canadian University of Bangladesh (CUB) organised a seminar   read more>>
DUCSU leaders urged to work for welfare of all students
Former Vice-President (VP) of Dhaka University Central Students' Union (DUCSU)   read more>>


Bangladesh to see more Japanese entrepreneurs: Envoy
Japanese Ambassador in Dhaka Hiroyasu Izumi has said the Special   read more>>
Tipu for Bangladesh-Canada business forum
Commerce Minister Tipu Munshi Monday underscored the need for setting   read more>>
One stop service to be set up at industrial estates
News Report Industries Minister Nurul Majid Mahmud Humayun on Sunday   read more>>


Saifuddin lifts Abahani to outplay Doleshwar
Saifuddin lifts Abahani  to outplay DoleshwarDefending champions Abahani beat Prime Doleshwar Sporting Club by 165 runs on Monday in the first ro   read more>>
Bashundhara on top
Star-studded Bashundhara Kings dominated the Bangladesh Premier League (BPL) Football   read more>>
Fakirerpool beat Agrani Bank
Fakirerpool Youngmen’s Club earned 1-0 goal victory over Agrani Bank   read more>>

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Steps taken to build industries in every villages: Minister
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'Balu Char' in Chandpur to emerge as attractive tourist spot
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Nurture rich Bengali culture
RANGPUR, Apr 15: Academics at a discussion today laid importance   read more>>

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