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  • Damascus blasts kill 27
  • PD banks’ Tk 20,805cr stuck in treasury bills, bonds
  • Tigers relaxed after epic win
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  • Spring celebrated through classical music
  • Certainly not ‘just a cricketer’
  • Afghanistan: the new endgame
  • Protest held against price hike of essential drug
  • India willing to resolve issue bilaterally
  • Contemporary issues highlighted in art camp
  • The political economy of public management
  • Obama and the American fringe
  • JU to enter optical fibre network
  • University ‘unlawfully governed’ for years
  • Two proposals sent to cabinet committee
  • BIRDEM to provide free diabetes treatment for children
  • Early rains, gusty wind, lightning disrupt life in city, elsewhere
  • BNP PP meets today
  • Scheme implementation stuck in confusions
  • Women detainees kept in storerooms
  • Former Gaddafi spymaster arrested in Mauritania
  • Zawahiri calls Pakistanis to revolt against army, govt
  • PM urges children to grow up with humane values
  • Bapex adds 10mmcfd of Sundulpur gas to nat’l grid
  • Launch capsize death toll rises to 147
  • Journalists’ rally today to demand arrest of killers
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