Jun 22 2017 Sramik League man held with 19 firearms

Rapid Action Battalion arrested a district-level Sramik League leader and claimed to have recovered 19 illegal firearms and over 600 [Read More]

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Source: The Daily Star

 

Jun 22 2017 Cricket is a great teacher

At a British-hosted reception a few days before the finals of the ICC Champions Trophy at the Ovals, Indian cricket captain Virat Kohli said, “People want to see England and India play in the finals.” [Read More]

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Source: The Daily Star

 

Jun 22 2017 IS blows up Mosul’s iconic leaning minaret

Mosul’s trademark leaning minaret was missing from its skyline for the first time in centuries yesterday after desperate jihadists [Read More]

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Source: The Daily Star

 

Jun 22 2017 Rangamati Landslides: School-goers stare at bleak future

Hasna Begum is still numb from the shock of losing her homestead in the landslide that reduced all her valuables and belongings to [Read More]

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Source: The Daily Star

 

Jun 22 2017 Empty Roads: What Do They Really Mean?

If you come across empty roads in Dhaka, it can only mean one of these two things: a zombie invasion and people have shut [Read More]

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Source: The Daily Star

 

Jun 22 2017 Pavements with tactile track for the blind

Sarower Hossain still has some pain in his right leg. [Read More]

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Source: The Daily Star

 

Jun 22 2017 Ministers stand by Muhith

Ministers and senior MPs from the ruling alliance yesterday in parliament spoke in defence of Finance Minister AMA Muhith and [Read More]

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Source: The Daily Star

 

Jun 22 2017 Dual policy for tobacco

Contrary to its policy of discouraging tobacco cultivation, the government has retained the VAT exemption facility for unprocessed [Read More]

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Source: The Daily Star

 

Jun 22 2017 ‘Moudud’s House’: A story of love, deception

The house on Gulshan Avenue from where BNP leader Moudud Ahmed has recently been evicted has a unique story of love, deception and battle for ownership. [Read More]

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Source: The Daily Star

 

Jun 22 2017 Eid Rush for Home: Easy at exits, tough on highways

With a virtual five-day holiday beginning today, thousands of Eid holidaymakers left the capital yesterday without facing much trouble at the exit points, but they were caught in traffic snarls on different highways outside the city.
The exodus of Dhaka city dwellers started gaining momentum as bus and launch terminals and railway stations saw massive crowds [...]

 
 
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