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  • No let-up in question leak

    SSC question paper for maths was leaked yesterday, like it was done in the case of Islamic studies, English and Bangla tests.

  • Probe itself a mystery

    Saleha Monir has never visited her son and daughter-in-law's graves.

  • Israel hits Iranian targets in Syria

    Israel yesterday warned Iran and Syria against "playing with fire" and struck a dozen Syrian and Iranian targets inside Syria after an Israeli fighter jet crashed under fire from Syrian air defences in a severe increase in tensions.

  • BNP protests peacefully

    Police picked up around 130 BNP men from several districts yesterday as the party continued its demonstration against the conviction

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    Bangladeshi detained for stabbing man in Melbourne

    A young Bangladeshi woman was yesterday charged with stabbing a man in the neck while he slept in Melbourne in what Australian

  • Rohingya Crisis: Four European delegations in city, Cox's Bazar

    Four high-powered European Parliamentary delegations have begun their visit to Bangladesh to see the plight of the Rohingya refugees

  • PM flies to Rome this morning

    Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina leaves Dhaka for Rome this morning on a four-day official visit to join the upcoming meeting of the

  • Tough Turkey talks await Tillerson

    US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson faces "difficult" talks next week with NATO ally Turkey on Syria and human rights, his delegation said Friday before a regional tour.

  • Saving Halda's broodfish

    As residents of Uttar Madarsa village in Hathazari upazila settle in for the evening, a group of 30 vigilantes gear up to keep an eye on the Halda River to stop the indiscriminate fishing of broodfish.

  • After Khaleda Verdict: UN calls upon all sides to stay calm

    In the wake of BNP Chairperson Khaleda Zia being jailed in a corruption case, the United Nations has called upon all sides in Bangladesh to maintain calm and continue an inclusive democratic process.