Oct 18 2017 Chelsea snatch draw as Man Utd edge Benfica

Chelsea were grateful to Eden Hazard for grabbing a 3-3 draw in a Champions League thriller against Roma on Wednesday, while Manchester United, Barcelona, Paris Saint-Germain, Bayern Munich and Juventus all won. [Read More]

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Oct 18 2017 Sinha Saga: More questions than answers

The statement by the Bangladesh Supreme Court, issued a day after Chief Justice SK Sinha left Dhaka for Australia on “leave”, raises questions one can hardly avoid. [Read More]

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Oct 18 2017 Raped then beaten up for protesting

An alleged rape victim was beaten up and had her hair cut off when she and her husband went to the perpetrator’s house in Rangpur [Read More]

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Oct 18 2017 EU waits for Myanmar’s response

The European Union has said it wants to see Myanmar’s response to the international community’s appeal to resolve the Rohingya crisis before taking any tough measures like imposing economic embargo against the country. [Read More]

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Oct 18 2017 No one felled the trees!

No one is now taking responsibility for the 25 big trees felled on the premises of Uttara Gonobhaban in Natore. [Read More]

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Oct 18 2017 AB special hands SA series win

It was evident long before yesterday’s second ODI at Boland Park that Bangladesh were completely outmatched by hosts South Africa [Read More]

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Oct 18 2017 88pc accused acquitted

Bellal Hossain Sabuj landed in jail four months ago in a mugging case but he walked out of jail two months later on bail. He then [Read More]

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Oct 18 2017 Khaleda back home after 3 months

BNP Chairperson Khaleda Zia was given a warm welcome by her party men on her return home from London yesterday after three months. [Read More]

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Oct 18 2017 CEC praises AL for development

Chief Election Commissioner KM Nurul Huda yesterday said the Awami League has taken the country to the “highway of development”. [Read More]

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Oct 18 2017 Testimony of destruction

The UN Under-Secretary-General for Political Affairs has viewed dozens of burned and destroyed villages in northern Rakhine during his recent tour by air, and called on Myanmar to investigate allegations of human rights abuses by security forces.
It was the first visit by a top UN official from its New York headquarters since the latest violence [...]

 
 
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