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  • Experts upset at govt’s growing dependence on gas import
  • Create awareness among adolescents about reproductive health: Dipu Moni
  • Covid-19 in Bangladesh: 10 more die, 540 newly infected
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  • Experts upset at govt’s growing dependence on gas import
  • President seeks allout contribution to materialise Bangabandhu’s dreams
  • Create awareness among adolescents about reproductive health: Dipu Moni
  • Shunno, Cryptic Fate to pay tribute to ‘Joy Bangla Concert’ online
  • City Bank partners with Microsoft to enable its employees to work from home
  • ‘Dreadful force’ working to silence govt critics: Fakhrul
  • India beat England by an innings and 25 runs
  • Bangladesh indomitable: FM
  • Covid-19 in Bangladesh: 10 more die, 540 newly infected
  • Worker burned to death in Gazipur fire
  • World's oldest wild bird has chick at age of 70
  • UK foreign aid: Yemen cut condemned by charities
  • BCCI assured government support to host IPL in Mumbai
  • Uncertainty looms over Jibon playing for WC Qualifiers
  • Woman, two daughters injured in Feni residential fire
  • Global COVID-19 cases top 116 million
  • Urgent action needed to boost production of Covid jabs: WHO
  • Women entrepreneurs thrive in Rajshahi
  • Sheikh Hasina among top 3 Commonwealth inspirational women leaders
  • California relaxes Covid reopening rules for Disneyland, stadiums from April
  • Strong aftershocks rock New Zealand’s North Island
  • Mars rover Perseverance goes for a ‘spin’
  • Financier Greensill on brink with 50,000 jobs at risk
  • Protesters defy Myanmar security forces as UN action urged
  • Road Safety World Series: India crush Bangladesh in clash of old timers
  • Bangladesh's basket now ‘full of food’: Dr Razzaque
  • 17pc of food production globally wasted, UN report estimates
  • Meet Tashnuva Anan Shishir: The first transgender woman in Bangladesh to present the news
  • World News
    UK foreign aid: Yemen cut condemned by charities More than 100 UK charities have condemned the government's decision to cut aid…
    Global COVID-19 cases top 116 million
The global COVID-19 caseload hit another grim milestone on Saturday as it surpassed…
    Urgent action needed to boost production of Covid jabs: WHO The head of the World Health Organization (WHO) has called for urgent action to…
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    Meet Tashnuva Anan Shishir: The first transgender woman in Bangladesh to present the news
    Metro
    Worker burned to death in Gazipur fire A worker was burned to death and seven others sustained burn injuries in a fire at a chemical godown  in a factory in Sreepur  upazila of Gazipur…
    DSCC Mayor  Taposh promises playground for every ward Dhaka South City Corporation (DSCC) Mayor Sheikh Fazle Noor Taposh on Friday announced to set up playground in every ward.  “We’ll acquire…
  • 17 more test positive for Covid-19 in Rajshahi
  • 15,203 COVID-19 patients recover in Rangpur
  • Train-trolley collision snaps rail communication in Kushtia
  • Bangladesh
    Woman, two daughters injured in Feni residential fire
A woman and her two daughters suffered burn injuries in a fire that broke out following an explosion at a residential building on Shaheed Shahidullah Kaisar Road in the district town on Friday night, police said. The victims have been identified as Mehebunnesa, 40, wife of Mahbubul Islam who lives in…
    Bangladesh's basket now ‘full of food’: Dr Razzaque
Agriculture Minister Dr Abdur Razzaque has said Bangladesh was once known as a country of food scarcity and famine, but now that situation is no more. Bangladesh is now self-sufficient in food under the leadership of Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina. The Prime Minister has shown the world that Bangladesh…
  • Meet Tashnuva Anan Shishir: The first transgender woman in Bangladesh to present the news
  • National University admission process to begin June 8
  • Politics
    ‘Dreadful force’ working to silence govt critics: Fakhrul  ‘A dreadful force’ is working with the government from behind the scene to silence those who are opposing the government, alleged BNP Secretary General Mirza Fakhrul Islam Alamgir on Saturday. The BNP leader came up with the remark while speaking at a programme at Dhaka Reporters Unity…
    Quader slams BNP leader for hinting at recurrence of Aug 15 incident The people are angry at the provocative comment made at BNP’s Rajshahi divisional rally hinting at recurrence of another August 15 like incident, Awami League General Secretary Obaidul Quader said Friday. Speaking to the media at his residence, Quader said the comment unmasked BNP’s “fascist…
  • AL failed to implement Bangladesh’s independence manifesto: BNP
  • BNP shows ‘artificial love’ for people: Quader
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    People try hard to board a truck, ignoring the government’s guideline to maintain safe physical distance amid risk of the deadly coronavirus
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yesterday, leaving hundreds of transport workers out of works. PHOTO: SUMANTA CHAKRABORTY The government’s countrywide closure forces these trucks, pickups to lie idle at Tejgaon Truck…
    Environment
    World's oldest wild bird has chick at age of 70

    World's oldest wild bird has chick at age of 70

    Wisdom the albatross, the world's oldest known wild bird, has had a chick at the age of at least 70. The Laysan albatross hatched the chick on 1 February in a wildlife refuge in the North Pacific…
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    Science & Tech
    Mars rover Perseverance goes for a ‘spin’
    The Mars rover Perseverance has successfully conducted its first test drive…
    Honda launches advanced self-driving cars in Japan
    Honda launched the world’s most advanced self-driving car licensed for…
    SpaceX rocket explodes on ground after seemingly successful flight
    Third time’s a charm? Not so for SpaceX, whose unmanned rocket exploded…
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