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Saturday, November 25, 2017

UNHCR doubts safe Rohingya repatriation

| By News Desk
Conditions in Myanmar's northern Rakhine state are not in place to enable safe and sustainable returns of more than 600,000 Rohin-gya refugees who fled violence to Bangladesh since late
UNHCR doubts safe Rohingya repatriation

Are mobile networks ready for 4G service

| By Fakhruddin Mehedi
Leaving behind 3G, the country is going to launch 4G soon as the guidelines have already been finalized by the authorities. But is our ecosystem is ready for
Are mobile networks ready for 4G service

Electricity tariff hike won't impact people

| By AA Correspondent
Prime Minister's Power, Energy and Mineral Resources Adviser Tawfiq-e-Elahi Chowdhury has commented that the hike of electricity tariff won't impact the lives of common people.He said this while
Electricity tariff hike won't impact people

Zimbabwe's new President Mnangagwa sworn in

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Emmerson Mnangagwa has been sworn in as Zimbabwe's president in a ceremony at a packed stadium in the Zimbabwe's capital, Harare.It follows the dramatic departure of Robert Mugabe after
Zimbabwe's new President Mnangagwa sworn in

'PM admits incidents of enforced disappearances'

| By AA Correspondent
BNP senior joint secretary general Ruhul Kabir Rizvi yesterday said the Prime Minister formally recognized that the incidents of enforced disappearance have been happening in Bangladesh like other
'PM admits incidents of enforced disappearances'

Manuka honey may be antibiotic powerhouse

| By International Desk
Manuka honey is often touted as a "superfood" that treats many ailments, including allergies, colds and flus, gingivitis, sore throats, staph infections, and numerous types of wounds. Manuka can
Manuka honey may be  antibiotic powerhouse

235 killed in Egypt

| By International Desk
Militants killed more than 235 people at a mosque in Egypt's North Sinai yesterday, detonating a bomb and gunning down worshippers in the deadliest attack in the country's modern

Pakistan must arrest terrorist Hafiz: US

| By International Desk
26/11 mastermind Hafiz Saeed must be arrested by Pakistan and charged for his crimes, the United States said yesterday. India has said his being freed proves that Pakistan is

Pope faces diplomatic dilemma in Burma visit

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Pope Francis visits Myanmar next week, a delicate trip for the world's most senior Christian to a majority Buddhist country accused by Washington of the "ethnic cleansing" of Muslim

Nation to celebrate recognition today

| By AA Correspondent
The nation is set to celebrate the UNESCO recognition of the historic March 7 speech of Father of the Nation Bangaban-dhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman in a befitting manner across

Canada for ensuring rights of BD women

| By News Desk
Canadian Minister of International Development and La Francophonie Marie-Claude Bibea has announced a $35 million initiative to improve awareness of and access to sexual and reproductive health and rights

India curbs onion export

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India set a minimum price of $850 per tonne for overseas sale of onions, a government order said on Thursday, as the price of the politically-sensitive vegetable surged to

Airport ground handling system being changed

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The ground handling system at airports of the country is going to be changed helping reduce the hassles of passengers.The Civil Aviation Authority of Bangladesh (CAAB) has formed

Deal struck, Rohingya return soon

| By Saleem Samad
The much awaited deal for repartition of nearly a million Rohingya refugees has been concluded between Myanmar and Bangladesh on Thursday at Naypyidaw, capital of Myanmar.Bangladesh and Myan-mar

Khaleda Zia says she is 'completely innocent'

| By AA Correspondent
BNP Chairperson Khaleda Zia declares she is 'completely innocent' in her testimony in the Zia Welfare Trust graft case. The BNP chief made the remark in response to
Khaleda Zia says she is  'completely innocent'

Power price up 5.3 percent

| By Shah Alam Nur
The Bangladesh Energy Regulatory Commission (BERC) has raised power tariff 5.3 percent or Tk 0.35 per unit on an average. But wholesale price will remain unchanged.

ACC summons BASIC Bank's Bachchu

| By News Desk
The Anti-Corrup-tion Commission (ACC) has summoned former BASIC Bank Chairman Sheikh Abdul Hye Bachchu for questioning over a massive loan fraud. Bachchu and a few others
ACC summons BASIC Bank's Bachchu

People insecure even at home: Raushan

| By AA Correspondent
The leader of the opposition in parliament Raushan Ershad said that people are being killed even at their homes. They have no security. Who will protect them?  Raushan

Enforced disappearance scenario worse in US, UK: Sheikh Hasina

| By News Desk
Blasting BNP for its various 'misdeeds', Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Thursday said people will not cast their vote for the party to see the resurgence of unrest.

BNP protests power tariff increase

| By AA Correspondent
BNP strongly criticized the government for raising the power tariff saying that the move has been taken to create a further scope for Awami League men to plunder

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