STAR Day at a Glance | Thursday, April 26, 2018 | The Daily Star
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STAR Day at a Glance | Thursday, April 26, 2018

Hello readers! How are you doing today?

Here are the headlines so far on April 26, 2018

National


Tarique is not a Bangladeshi citizen: AG

BNP questions AL for India visit

No army deployment in local govt polls: EC

Buddhist monk hacked dead in Bandarban

Mother, daughter burned to death in Moulvibazar

Modi didn’t say anything about polls: Quader

EU wants inclusive, credible polls in Bangladesh

BGB expresses grave concern over border killings

Mirpur fire: Now father dies too

Vintage cars: A walk through time

'Drug dealer' killed in Munshiganj 'gunfight'

Address human rights concerns including Rohingya crisis: Asean MPs

Issue gazette by April or face tougher protest: Quota leaders

'Citizenship doesn’t depend on passport'

Salman Shah death: PBI asked to submit probe report Aug 20

Man gets life for acid attack on Eden college student

Tarique can be brought back: Anisul

5 fall sick in Regent flight during turbulence

6yr-old raped in Bogra


No report of killing Bangladeshi by BSF this year: BSF DG

Pregnant woman among 3 killed in Rangpur road crash

World

EU readies more sanctions against Myanmar

YouTube deletes 5 million videos for content violation

Exercise can stave off depression: New study

NKorea nuclear test site part-collapsed: Chinese experts

13 children killed when school bus, train collide in India

Address human rights concerns including Rohingya crisis: Asean MPs

Macron attacks nationalism in US speech

‘Enzyme that affects ageing, cancer decoded’


Sports

ICC releases official schedule for 2019 World Cup

New coach to be appointed in a fortnight, Hassan suggests

Zidane’s superstition works in Real’s favour

Liton strikes fantastic double hundred

Kohli fined for slow over-rate

South Zone clinch BCL title

Tamim helps Rumana out with a gift

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