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FEATURE

A Reverie for the Voyager Probes, Humanity's Calling Cards

A Reverie for the Voyager Probes, Humanity's Calling Cards

It was 40 years ago, on Aug. 20 and Sept. 5, 1977, that a pair of robots named Voyager were dispatch

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Gut Bacteria Can Fluctuate With the Seasons

Gut Bacteria Can Fluctuate With the Seasons

In Tanzania, not far from the Serengeti, live the Hadza, a community of about 1,300 people. For such

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Jupiter's Great Red Spot Is Also Very Hot

Using a telescope on Earth, astronomers peered at infrared emissions

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Op-ed

Waterlogging: What happens if two tigers live in one jungle?

By Mir Abdul Alim

Our cities get inundated in water. The ruling party only

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ICJ judgment in Hague- on the backdrop of India and Pakistan relations

By Sujayendra Das
ICJ judgment in Hague- on the backdrop of India and Pakistan relations

International Court of Justice, a globally reputed center for placing transparent judgment gave a hi

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Defining religion

By Amin Valliani

RELIGION has remained a living topic in almost all ages.

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EDITORIAL

Dangerous chemicals in farming

It was only last week that an international conference in

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Why Britons could learn from partition

In a strange reversal, I felt ashamed for Indians in Britain; embarrassed that a revered figure such as Gandhi could be usurped in a national newspaper by the actor who played him in a British film, writes Preti Taneja
Why Britons could learn from partition

The coverage has been wide, the tone circumspect, the voices diverse as the 70th year since the part

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Easing for wealth redistribution

After all, producing more when demand is soft or shrinking only leads to excess supply or gluts, writes Jomo Kwame Sundaram

Following the 2007-2008 global financial crisis and the Great Recession

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Front Page

Export, remittance growth slumps

Balance of payment under pressure

Unnayan Onneshan (UO) has said monumental deficit in current account balance coupled with declining wage earner's remittance and foreign aid disbursement is likely to exert immense pressure on the country's balance of payment, reports UNB. The independent multidisciplinary private think-tank came up with the observation in its monthly publication of the 'Bangladesh Economic Update' August 2017 on Monday. It called for a thorough reexamination of the current trade and industrial policies to address the structural bottlenecks and creation of a stable business climate to attract increased inflow of private investment including Foreign Direct Investment (FDI). The think-tank also urged for the adoption of new strategies to expand country's productive capacities that enhan...  read more>>

Pictorial

PictorialMembers of Border Guard Bangladesh (BGB) sent back 224 Rohingyas on Monday  read more>>

Myanmar army fires on Rohingyas

Hundreds of refugees entering country everyday

COX'S BAZAR, Aug 28: Several hundred Rohingya nationals intruded into  read more>>

Hajj flight closed

The pre-hajj flight was closed Monday as all the pilgrims  read more>>

Pope Francis due Nov 30

He decries Rohingya persecution

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BACK PAGE
Govt pushes for jt operations on border with Myanmar forces
Bangladesh has proposed joint operations with Myanmar forces on the   read more>>
2 m pilgrims converge on Makkah for hajj
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CDA, KDA Bills get nod
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METROPOLIS
ĎStringent security measure for Eidí
The entire country would be brought under stringent security measures,   read more>>
Construction of Barisal Engineering College nearly completion
Education Minister Nurul Islam Nahid Monday said construction works of   read more>>
$515m WB fund for improving health services
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BUSINESS
NBR to go tough on errant businessme
The National Board of Revenue (NBR) has asked its field   read more>>
Tk 941cr project eyes to boost export thruí capacity building
The government has initiated a move to boost competitiveness of   read more>>
ADR intíl opens office in Dhaka
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SPORTS
Shakib in superb form against Oz
Shakib in superb  form against OzWorld number one all-rounder across all formats of cricket Shakib Al Hasan displayed a superb form i   read more>>
Match is still in our favor; Miraz
Promising spinner Mehedi Hasan Miraz today said the match is   read more>>
Malan, Stokes edge up Englandís lead
HEADINGLEY, Aug 28: In the nick of time, West Indies   read more>>

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HOME
Ctg Port to be equipped with more instruments
CHITTAGONG, August 28: Secretary of the Shipping Ministry Ashok Madhab   read more>>
62,340 saplings planted in pry schools in Rangpur division
RANGPUR, August 28: The teachers and employees of 9,071 primary   read more>>
Leave of RHD officials cancelled during Eid: Quader
Our Correspondent GAZIPUR, August 28: Road Transport and Bridges Minister   read more>>

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INTERNATIONAL
Trump defiant on Mexico wall despite political hurdles
WASHINGTON, Aug 28: President Donald Trump insisted Sunday that the   read more>>
Car bomb at Baghdad market kills 10
BAGHDAD, Aug 28: A car bomb ripped through a busy   read more>>
German killer nurse murdered 90 patients
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