• Govt probing into Al-Qaeda threat
  • No existence of al-Qaeda in Bangladesh: Shahriar
  • Ensure rights of workers, PM asks officials
  • HC questions uncontested winning provision of RPO
  • Govt orders lawmen to kill BNP activists, alleges Rizvi
  • Khaleda graft case hearing deferred
  • Special prayer for dead school children Feb 17: Minister
  • I will quit House if my wealth proved illegal: Bodi
  • Writ seeks application of Bangla language everywhere
  • Two ‘robbers’ killed in Moulvibazar and Jessore ‘shootouts’
  • Aman denied bail, sent to jail
  • 4 to die for murdering village police in Bagerhat
  • Two killed in Brahmanbaria road crash
  • Prosperous Bangladesh in India's interest, says Indian president
  • Plane carrying 18 people missing in Nepal: officials
  • Train bomb kills five in Pakistan
  • Smaller planes in demand as Asia travel boom deepens
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No more indifference to land admin reforms

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Send errant teachers back to their workplaces

It is indeed worrisome that education in government colleges in remote... Full story

Playing al-Qaeda card to the last Iraqi

INTERNATIONAL, regional and internal players vying for interests, wealth, power or influence are all beneficiaries of the ‘al-Qaeda threat’ in Iraq and in spite of their deadly and bloody competitions they agree only on two denominators, namely that the presence of the US-installed and Iran-supported... Full story

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