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FEATURE

Seven skin care tips to help you make the most of winter

By Dr Tauhida Rahman Ereen
Seven skin care tips  to help you make the most of winter

The weather is changing and you probably focus on organising clothes and wardrobe for winter. Now le

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Royal Institution's new director Sarah Harper: we must show gold standard for science

Royal Institution's new director Sarah Harper: we must show gold  standard for science

When Michael Faraday ran the Royal Institution, one of the oldest scientific organisations in the wo

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A stitch in time saves stress down the line

A stitch in time saves stress down the line

With his bald head and tattooed triceps, Jamie Chalmers is an unlikely advocate for the delicate art

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Op-ed
By Frank Kane

Western media and Aramco: A tale of two IPOs

Western media and Aramco: A tale  of two IPOs

Are there two initial public offerings (IPOs) of Saudi Aramco out there? Is the Western media coveri

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ROK, ASEAN to boost peace and prosperity

By Moon Jae-in
ROK, ASEAN to boost peace and prosperity

The ASEAN-Republic of Korea Commemorative Summit and the 1st Mekong-Republic of Korea Summit was hel

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Diriyah - opening the gate to a global cultural icon

By Basil M.K. Al-Ghalayini
Diriyah - opening  the gate to a  global cultural icon

As part of the Vision 2030 mission to promote tourism, entertainment and cultural activities in the

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EDITORIAL
Editorial

High time for a proper city plan

State Minister for Disaster Management and Relief Dr Md Enamur

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What Other Say

Key promoter of sustainable trade and investment

The Central Committee of the Communist Party of China and

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Comments & Analyses-I

Alternative meat can sustain food systems

National Bureau of Statistics data show that prices of pork jumped 20.1 percent month-on-month in October, writes Shenggen Fan

Pork prices in China have increased significantly of late thanks

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Front Page

Bangladesh likely biggest GDP mover

Skills uplift to AI era, infra preparations imperative

News Special: Skills uplift to the emerging AI era and all-round infrastructure preparations are imperative-get least bothered about investment-to unleash Bangladesh's potential to be the biggest mover of growth in world economy. However, on both score the country has a long way to go as development of physical and mechanical infrastructures still looks stymied by lack of execution efficiencies and governance weaknesses while lifting skills somewhere to the plane of AI or artificial- intelligence era has yet to start on a clearly defined solid basis, experts say. Roads, railways, waterways and airways need a lot to be done to be worthy of the physical human and freight haulage, they point out as different international agencies foresee the future and go...  read more>>

Film awards

PM calls for making int'l-standard movies

News Report: Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina Sunday urged all involved  read more>>

Pictorial

PictorialPrime Minster Sheikh Hasina speaking at National Film Award for  read more>>

New harvests, imported onions fail to tame wayward market

News Report: Consumers are still struggling to buy onions as  read more>>

A golden day for Bangladesh

Archery, women's cricket bring 7 golds on Dec 8

A golden day for BangladeshSports Report: It was, as though, a golden day for Bangladesh on  read more>>

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BACK PAGE
European GSP stays past BD’s graduation to MIC
The European Union (EU) on Sunday expressed their desire to   read more>>
Controversial Citizenship Bill coming in LS Monday
New Delhi, Dec 8: The Left parties have decided to   read more>>
PM opens BPL with firework display
Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Sunday inaugurated the special edition   read more>>

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METROPOLIS
Youths need training to face 4th industrial revolution
News Report State Minister for Labour and Employment Begum Monnujan   read more>>
Dev not possible ignoring women, says CCC mayor
Chattogram Bureau Women constitute half of the country's population. Hence,   read more>>
Biometric attendance for primary teachers soon
News Report Technology firm System Eye will support the government   read more>>

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BUSINESS
Plea for jt Indo-Bangla pvt investment
News Desk Business leaders at a discussion have stressed joint   read more>>
Khasru launches Tk 47.47 cr fisheries project in Rajshahi
RAJSHAHI, Dec 8: State Minister for Fisheries and Livestock Md   read more>>
German robotics set to shrink for first time in decade
FRANKFURT AM MAIN, Dec 8: Germany’s prized industrial robotics and   read more>>

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SPORTS
It was day of archery
POKHARA, Dec 8: As expected Bangladesh archery team dominated the   read more>>
Mahmudullah doubtful in BBPL opener
Bangladesh senior batsman Mahmudullah Riyad is doubtful for his side's   read more>>
Birthday sdelight for fencing girl
Fatema Mujib hid her birthday from others and wanted to   read more>>

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HOME
Kumarkhali Canal in Noakhali in death throes
Our Correspondent NOAKHALI, Dec 8: The Kumarkhali Canal flowing through   read more>>
LGIs role vital for development of disabled
News Desk RANGPUR, Dec 8: Officials at a discussion have   read more>>
3,000 farmers get incentive in Jamalpur
Our Correspondent JAMALPUR, Dec 8: Department of Agricultural Extension (DAE)   read more>>

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INTERNATIONAL
Ukraine faces new challenges in peace talks with Russia
Warsaw, Poland, Dec 8: When new Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy   read more>>
APEC pledges to further coop in Chile year's closing meeting
Singapore, Dec. 8: Members of the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC)   read more>>
N. Korea conducts 'important test' at once-dismantled site
Seoul, South Korea, Dec 8: North Korea said Sunday that   read more>>

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