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FEATURE

Deliciously Ella with Friends by Ella Mills - digested read

Deliciously Ella with Friends by Ella  Mills - digested read

Over the last few years, healthy eating has really grown in popularity, which has been wonderful for

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Fast Slow Pro-pressure cooker - full steam ahead

Fast Slow Pro-pressure cooker - full steam ahead

What? The Fast Slow Pro pressure cooker (Sage, £199.95) is an airtight, pressurised pot. Trapped

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Anna Jones's recipes and tips for cooking with grains and seeds

Anna Jones's recipes and tips for cooking with grains and seeds

(From previous issue) It has a slightly sweet, comforting, almost milky flavour. Use it like quinoa

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Op-ed

Bioluminescent plankton brings blue glow to Auckland

By RNZ
Bioluminescent plankton brings blue glow to Auckland

Hibiscus Coast residents have photographed a stunning display of bioluminescence in Tindalls Bay, no

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FDA botches rollout of 21 tobacco age

By Matt Mackowiak
FDA botches rollout  of 21 tobacco age

While many will argue the pros and cons of this particular policy, no one can deny that the change w

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EDITORIAL
Editorial

Pathway to achieve SDG-8

Being a member of the United Nations, Bangladesh has emerged

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What Other Say

Magic formula waning?

Akey lesson learnt from the Jharkhand Assembly election verdict is

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Comments & Analyses-I

India’s Mr Heart

India needs about 3.5 million beds, 3 million doctors and 6 million nurses in the next 15 years, estimated a five-year-old Price waterhouse Coopers report, writes Raja Murthy

Mobile phone apps to order restaurant food and midnight hunger

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LETTERS TO EDITORIAL

Silenced by salinity

Salinity is taking a heavy toll on our food production

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Front Page

DCC voting destined to be rescheduled

AL gives the green signal, SC order tomorrow

News Special: Dhaka city polls are destined to be moved back or forth, whichever suitable, as the ruling-party green signal came Friday amid a row over vote-puja coincidence. ''It's up to the election commission. Awami League or the Awami League government won't have objection if the election commission re-fixes the voting date forward or backward,'' said AL general secretary Obaidul Quader. The EC has so far stood firm on the schedule with January 30 as the polling date, showing one ground that the Saraswati Puja and holiday is on January 29. The High Court also kept unchanged the voting date, particularly in view of the important twin-election in the capital city's two local-government bodies. In a further move, the Hindu...  read more>>

Pictorial

PictorialStudents of Dhaka University continue their fast unto death for second consecutive  read more>>

Vote-puja coincidence

Ten fall sick during DU students' fast

News Desk: At least 10 students of Dhaka University fell  read more>>

Xi in Myanmar on important mission

Rohingya repatriation may not miss due focus

Xi in Myanmar on  important missionNews Report: Chinese President Xi Jinping is now in Myanmar on a  read more>>

Rajshahi Royals emerge Bangabandhu BPL Champion

A powerful performance by Rajshahi Royals in all departments helped  read more>>

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BACK PAGE
Xi's visit to take ties with Myanmar to new level
NAY PYI TAW, Jan. 17: President Xi Jinping's two-day state   read more>>
China to celebrate 'Mujib Year' with highest honour: Envoy
News Desk Chinese Ambassador in Dhaka Li Jiming said China   read more>>
Men live in deeds
Men live in deedsChattogram Bureau Chattogram City Mayor AJM Nasiruddin on Friday said, men live in memory of people   read more>>

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METROPOLIS
‘Quality education is a must for skilled human resources’
RAJSHAHI, Jan 17: Mayor of Rajshahi City Corporation AHM Khairuzzaman   read more>>
Amal Sen Mela begins in Jashore
JASHORE Jan 17: The two-day long Amal Sen Mela marking   read more>>
Good governance in industries can help increase productivity
KHULNA, Jan 17: Speakers at a programme underscored the need   read more>>

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BUSINESS
More than Tk 700b wiped out from market in one year
News Report A rapid fall in share prices has wiped   read more>>
China posts weakest growth in 29 years as trade war bites
BEIJING, Jan 17: China's economic growth cooled to its weakest   read more>>
VW to buy 20pc of Chinese battery maker Guoxuan
HONG KONG, Jan 17: Volkswagen AG is set to take   read more>>

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SPORTS
England put Proteas to the sword
England put Proteas  to the swordEngland picked up the pace on the second day of the third Test against South Africa in Port Elizabet   read more>>
Nat’l School Football from Monday
The Bangladesh Football Federation (BFF) National School Football Championship will   read more>>
Wmen’s h’ball from today
The 30th National Women’s Handball Championship begins today (Saturday) at   read more>>

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HOME
Gentium-Damen Consortium to construct world-class shipyard in Patuakhali
News Desk PATUAKHALI, Jan 17: Gentium-Damen Consortium Group, a joint   read more>>
Kapotakkha erodes villages at Paikgachha
Kapotakkha erodes villages  at PaikgachhaOur Correspondent KHULNA, Jan 17: The Kapotakkha River erosion has devoured portions of several vil   read more>>
IU Law Faculty dean takes charge
IU Law Faculty dean takes chargeOur Correspondent Kushta, Jan 17: Professor Halima Khatun of law department has taken charge as the   read more>>

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INTERNATIONAL
Trump campaign tries robust outreach to expand his appeal
Washington, Jan 17: Selfies on a "Women for Trump" bus   read more>>
Iran's top leader says US assassination of Soleimani act of 'cowardice'
TEHRAN, Jan. 17: Iran's Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei on   read more>>
Myanmar, China good neighbors, says top lawmaker
NAY PYI TAW, Jan. 17: Myanmar and China are good   read more>>

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