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Greek voters dismiss bailout proposal

International Desk: Greek voters have rejected the term and condition of an international bailout offer through a poll on Sunday, BBC reported. Interior ministry published the final result of the referendum which showed 61.3% voted for a ‘No’ whole 38.7% said ‘Yes’. Greece's governing Syriza party had campaigned for a "No", saying the bailout terms were humiliating. Their major opponent said that a…

Angry Faridpur mob kills two alleged robbers

Faridpur: At least two alleged robbers were reportedly beaten to death on Sunday mid-night in Faridpur’s Boalmari sub-district, officials said. Milon,…

Greek voters dismiss bailout proposal

International Desk: Greek voters have rejected the term and condition of an international bailout offer through a poll on Sunday,…

Khaleda castigates government over rotten wheat import

Dhaka – Bangladesh Nationalist Party chief Khaleda Zia on Sunday castigated the government for importing rotten wheat from Brazil. The former…

BNP demands Gaffar Chaudhury’s punishment for “anti-Islam” remarks  

Dhaka – Bangladesh Nationalist Party on Sunday condemned reported remarks by a Bangladeshi journalist expatriated in Britain that the 99…

Protease beat nervous Tigers by 52 runs  

Dhaka – South Africa on Sunday beat Bangladesh by 52 runs in the first T20 International at Sher-e-Bangla National Cricket…

‘Grabbers partially occupy railways’12,000 acres of land’

Dhaka – Railways Minister Mazibul Hoque has said parts of the railways more than 12,000 acres of lands are occupied…

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Politics

BNP demands Gaffar Chaudhury’s punishment for “anti-Islam” remarks  

Dhaka – Bangladesh Nationalist Party on Sunday condemned reported remarks by a Bangladeshi journalist expatriated in Britain that the 99…

Khaleda blames police for arson attacks, killings  

Dhaka – Bangladesh Nationalist Party chief Khaleda Zia on Saturday blamed the law enforcements for arson attacks that took place…

Publish the name of money launderers: BNP

Dhaka: The main political opposition Bangladesh Nationalist Party on Thursday gave a 72-hour ultimatum to the government to publish a…

Hasina urges journalists to be unbiased

Dhaka – Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Wednesday called journalists to carry out their professional activities without being bias. “I want…

Islamists threaten actions over Latif’s release  

Dhaka – A group of Islamists on Tuesday threatened to go for “tougher” agitation unless the government arrests again a…

Bangladesh to open Deputy High Commission in Guwahati

Dhaka – India has responded positive to Bangladeshi request for opening its fifth diplomatic office in Indian north-eastern state of…

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International

IS crisis: Air strikes target Syria stronghold

International Desk: The US-led alliance against the Islamic State (IS) group says it has carried out a series of air…

Greeks are voting on bailout referendum

International Desk: Millions of Greeks are voting in a key referendum on whether to accept terms of an international bailout,…

Pope starts Latin American visit

International Desk: Pope Francis is due to arrive in Ecuador at the start of a seven-day tour of South America. Ecuador's…

IS murders 25 men in Palmyra

International Desk: A video released that shows 25 men being shot dead in the ancient city of Palmyra, in Syria…

Mass rallies over Greece bailout favouring ‘No’ vote

International Desk: Thousands of Greeks attended rival rallies in Athens favouring ‘No’ on Saturday over crucial bailout vote, BBC reported. Prime…

Tunisia attack: Last bodies returning to UK

International Desk: The final five bodies of British victims killed in the Tunisia beach attack will be flown back to…

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countryside

Angry Faridpur mob kills two alleged robbers

Faridpur: At least two alleged robbers were reportedly beaten to death on Sunday mid-night in Faridpur’s Boalmari sub-district, officials said. Milon,…

Two captured over Mymensingh quadruple murder

Mymensingh: Police captured on Saturday late night two suspects for their alleged affiliation with murder of a man and his…

Jhenaidah road accident kills DU student

Jhenaidah: At least one person was left dead in a road accident taking place in kaliganj sub-district of Jhenaidah on…

Brahmanbaria road accident kills one

Brahmanbaria: At least one person died and nine others were injured when a truck turned to a roadside ditch in…

Five hacked to death over family dispute in Mymensingh

Mymensingh: At least five people were reportedly hacked to death in Nandail sub-district of Mymensingh on Friday night, officials said. Jamal,…

Truck kills school teacher in Jessore

Jessore: One school teacher was reportedly smashed to death by a speedy truck in Manirampur sub-district of Jessore Thursday morning,…

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Fear turns reality

By Ali Asif Shawon: It was midsummer of 2008 when Bangladesh was…

Sports

Protease beat nervous Tigers by 52 runs  

Dhaka – South Africa on Sunday beat Bangladesh by 52 runs in the first T20 International at Sher-e-Bangla National Cricket…

South Africa makes 148 with unbeaten du Plessis fifty

Sports Desk: Visiting South Africa made 148 for 4 against Bangladesh in first T-20 with the help of their skipper’s…

Du Plessis fifty guiding South Africa

Sports desk: Left arm spinner Arafat Sunny dismissed dangerous AB D Villiers in last ball of first over and later…

Bangladesh to bowl first against potent South African batting

Sports Desk: South Africa won the toss and elected bat first against Bangladesh in premier T-20 of the series at…

Chile shatters Argentina’s Copa title securing their first ever

Sports Desk: Chile managed to bag their very first major trophy in their football history by obliterating Argentina in a…

Bangladesh to confront mighty South Africa in first T-20

Sports Desk: Though host’s T-20 record could not illuminate on their present pristine form in limited over cricket but that…

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