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Why August 21 meeting venue changed, asks Tarique

Why August 21 meeting venue changed, asks Tarique

It needs to be investigated why the venue of the Awami League rally of August 21 was changed suddenly without informing the then government and administration, said BNP senior vice-chairman Tarique Rahman.…

Politics

It needs to be investigated why the venue of the Awami League rally of August 21 was changed suddenly without informing the then government and administration, said BNP senior vice-chairman Tarique Rahman.…

Dhaka: Three independent lawmakers from reserved women’s seat—Kazi Rosy, Nur Jahan Begum, and Umme Rajiya Kajal—have joined the ruling Awami League. The three lawmakers were independent in the first and second session of the incumbent 10th parliament. But, they has been included in the ruling Awami League in the third session of the parliament which…

International Desk: NATO high officials talk in Wales this week is expected to come up with decisions like confronting Russian aggression in Ukraine and other international conflicts, CNN reports. NATO Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen said Monday in their official website. Rasmussen said, “the fighting force will be part of an overall Readiness Action Plan…

02 September, 2014

20 party alliance’s ‘human chain’ today

Dhaka: BNP- led 20 party alliance will observe the ‘human chain’ program in Dhaka on the occasion of International Disappearance Day on Tuesday. The decision…

02 September, 2014

Ukraine accuses Russia of ‘great war’

International Desk: Ukraine defense minister has blamed Russia for commencing ‘great war’ which can claim thousands of lives, reports BBC. Russia, denying th…

01 September, 2014

“B’desh Model” being followed in Pak crisis?

International Desk: Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) President Javed Hashmi's startling claims of a scripted political crisis being engineered in Pakistan has led…

Bangladesh

Lalmonirhat: After ebbing down of the flood water, at least 200 families have been rendered homeless during last three days due to the devastating erosions by the rivers Teesta and Dharla. Many homesteads and assets like croplands, orchards, bamboo clusters at 18 villages of five upazilas in the district are under the threat of eroding…

Economy

Dhaka: Hapag-Lloyd, one of the biggest shipping companies in the world, has decided that it will not send its old ships to Bangladesh for breaking. BBC reports that the ship breaking works procedure in Bangladesh is dangerous do not follow the international standard which generated this decision; China is replacing Bangladesh here. One spoke-person of…

Sci-Tech

International desk: Technology giant Apple is partnering with Visa, Mastercard and American Express to turn their upcoming iPhone 6 into a mobile wallet, reports Huffington Post. With the phones news feature, the owners will be able to pay their dues using the phone in participating stores. The technology website ‘The Information’ reported last month that Visa had…

Life&Arts

Life & Art Desk: The man who murdered John Lennon has apologised for being “an idiot” as he was denied parole for an eighth time. Mark David Chapman shot Lennon four times on December 8, 1980, in New York and pleaded guilty to second-degree murder for which he was given a sentence of 20 years…

Sports

Sport Desk: England have named uncapped Surrey batsman Jason Roy in their 14-man squad for the Twenty20 international against India at Edgbaston on 7 September. Roy, 24, was the leading T20 Blast run-scorer with 677 at an average of 48.35 and a strike rate of almost 160. But he needed an X-ray to show his…

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