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BSMMU doc, husband killed in road accident

  A female doctor and her engineer husband were killed and three others injured in a traffic accident in Gazipur on Wednesday night. Nahid Ruksana Lopa, 32, a urology department physician at Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujib Medical University Hospital and her husband Monwar Hossain Biplob, 38, an IT expert at Grameenphone, succumbed to their injuries at […]

Turkey scrambles for survivors as quake toll rises

Rescuers scrambled through the rubble in a desperate search on Monday for survivors of an earthquake that killed at least 272 people in Turkey as residents fled the scenes of devastation. People living in eastern Van province issued cries for help on Twitter, giving out the addresses of collapsed buildings and the number of people […]

Shahjahan blames JS body’s intervention for extortion in transport sector

Shipping minister Shahjahan Khan on Monday said the government had failed to curb extortion in the transport sector due to intervention of the Jatiya Sangsad oversight body on communications ministry. ‘We have already controlled extortion in Dhaka. But, due to intervention of the parliamentary standing committee on communications ministry we have failed to curb extortion […]

Sunny shines on sunny day

Left-arm spinner Elias Sunny claimed 4-56 on his debut but could not stop West Indies from moving towards safety in the rain-hit first Test against Bangladesh on Monday. West Indies reached 144-5 at stumps on the fourth day, needing only seven runs to avoid follow-on after Bangladesh had declared first innings on 350-9 three overs […]

Businessmen want end to transit of Indian goods thru Ashuganj

Three associations of steel and re-rolling mills of the country on Monday demanded an immediate halt to transit of Indian goods using Ashuganj river port to protect the country’s rod and steel industry. Leaders of the associations at a joint press conference at Dhaka Reporters’ Unity also warned that they would go for a tough […]

Corruption deep-rooted in education sector

The Education Minister, Nurul Islam Nahid, on Monday told the Jatiya Sangsad that corruption and irregularities had been deep-rooted in the education sector for long and the government was fighting to free the sector from the lingering scourge.  Replying to a question from Bangladesh Nationalist Party lawmaker Joynal Abdin during the question-answer session, the minister, […]

Ivy faces wrath of Shamim

Selina Hayat Ivy, one of the three high profile candidates in the Narayanganj City Corporation election, on Sunday faced the wrath of Shamim Osman, the AL-backed candidate and his men. When Ivy was coming out of a television programme at Narayanganj club, Liton Saha, a man of Shamim Osman, asked Ivy how long she and […]

Fidel Castro blasts NATO’s ‘genocidal’ role in Libya

Cuban leader Fidel Castro on Monday blasted NATO’s ‘genocidal role’ in toppling Muammar Gaddafi, and decried what he described as the assassination of the late Libyan strongman. Gaddafi ‘was seriously wounded by the most modern NATO fighter-bombers that intercepted and damaged his vehicle,’ Castro wrote in an opinion column that appeared in state-run media. He […]

Indian trucks to carry transit cargo from Akhaura

  Bangladeshi trucks carrying export goods lie stranded at the Akhaura land port on Monday to make way for the Indian trucks to enter Bangladesh. — Indrajit Ghosh Shipping ministry unaware of ‘regular transit’ The government decided to allow Indian trucks to enter into Bangladesh to carry Indian goods under ‘regular transit’ from Akhaura land […]

Libya aims for govt in 2 weeks

Libya’s interim leader Mustafa Abdel Jalil set a two-week target Monday for the country to have a new government and said a commission of inquiry will probe Muammar Gaddafi’s killing. ‘We have begun talks (on forming a government), and this matter will not take a month but will be finished within two weeks,’ the National […]

N-power industry to appear to make little sense: cable

The idea that a ‘dirt-poor country’ like Bangladesh would spend huge amounts of money developing a nuclear power industry would appear to make little sense, said former US ambassador in Dhaka James F Moriarty in a diplomatic cable he sent to Washington on January 01, 2009. ‘Serious doubts remain however, about Bangladesh’s ability to ensure […]

Indian bodies not designed to bowl fast, says Zaheer

Zaheer Khan, the Indian seamer, has said fast bowling doesn’t come naturally to Indians and recommended county cricket for the upcoming Indian fast bowlers to improve their skills. ‘It’s not a natural thing,’ Zaheer told Times of India. ‘Indian bodies are not designed to bowl fast but that said, it’s not very different from bowling […]

Hosts fall flat, after Samuel’s swat

Caribbean batsman Marlon Samuels cuts the ball to the fence during his blistering knock 102 from 56 balls, however, the BCB XI during their Twenty20 warm-up game at the Fatullah Stadium on Sunday. -Sanaul Haque Marlon Samuels sent an early warning for Bangladesh, if he makes an unbeaten century in Twenty20 warm-up on Sunday cracked […]

Sakib now a very relaxed man

Bangladesh all-rounder Sakib al Hasan (C) noticed a team training at national stadium Sher-e-Bangla on Sunday. -Sourav lot carpal Former Bangladesh Captain Sakib al Hasan who lose captaincy said on Saturday can a blessing in disguise, so it more freedom gives him, to think about his own game. Sakib started, accustomed to life as a […]

Clubs Salahuddin accuse of bias

The Bangladesh Football Federation President Kazi Salahuddin was of top clubs train to increase foreign players quota for the upcoming Bangladesh League hit. The move is considered an act of the Biasness on certain clubs instead of a real intention to increase the standard of the game in Bangladesh. Reporter said Saturday, Salahuddin, that it […]