• No let-up in BSF atrocities
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  • Excellent utilisation of excellence in tertiary learning
  • Dhaka Theatre to stage The Tempest in traditional style
  • Syrian ‘transitional govt’ set up in Paris
  • Rajshahi take upper hand
  • Businesses not getting benefits due to non-tariff barriers: FBCCI
  • Country heading for uncertainty: Matin
  • Bodies of Sagar, Runi exhumed
  • ADB extends GG fund closing date up to Dec 31
  • Simply unacceptable
  • Beyond aid but with climate fund
  • Curtain falls on traditional theatre fest
  • Norwegians defy mass killer in song
  • Cricket might return to BNS again
  • Budget should have no scope for govt bank borrowing, say businesses
  • Japan positive about metro rail funding: JICA
  • IGP under JS panel fire over Sagar-Runi, Elias issues
  • HC moved to ban hartal during exams
  • North Korean threat and spectre of a conflict
  • US eyes business in Bangladesh
  • Petrobangla signs deal with Gazprom to drill 10 gas wells
  • This TV grab taken off North Korea’s state television shows troops and civilians at Pyongyang’s Kim Il-Sung Square on April 20. North Korea on April 20 held a mass rally vowing to ‘wipe out’ South Korean president Lee Myung-Bak for alleged insults during Pyongyang’s anniversary celebrations, state media reported. — AFP photo

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No let-up in BSF atrocities

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Simply unacceptable

IT IS very unfortunate that although the Dhaka Water Supply and... Full story

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North Korean threat and spectre of a conflict

This TV grab taken off North Korea’s state television shows troops and civilians at Pyongyang’s Kim Il-Sung Square on April 20. North Korea on April 20 held a mass rally vowing to ‘wipe out’ South Korean president Lee Myung-Bak for alleged insults during Pyongyang’s anniversary celebrations, state media reported. — AFP photo
NORTH Korea agreed to suspend its nuclear weapons programme in a recent deal. The announcement of the agreement was made on February 29 simultaneously in Pyongyang, North Korean capital, and Washington, DC. This was supposed to pave the way for the... Full story


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