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Saturday, 16 February, 2019, 12:06 PM
New Zealand win by 8 wickets
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  • Bangladesh in threat of armyworm, say scientists
    Bangladesh in threat of armyworm, say scientists
  • Facebook taps user data to defend workers from threat
    Facebook taps user data to defend workers from threat
  • Fire at Suhrawardy Hospital: Child patient dies
    Fire at Suhrawardy Hospital: Child patient dies
  • Suhrawardy Hospital fire under control
    Suhrawardy Hospital fire under control
  • PM Sheikh Hasina hints at last term as prime minister
    PM Sheikh Hasina hints at last term as prime minister
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Book lovers browsing books at a stall at Amar Ekushey Book Fair, on the weekend on Friday.	photo: observer
Book lovers browsing books at a stall at Amar Ekushey Book Fair, on the weekend on Friday. photo: observer
Dhaka based Haripur (Thakugaon) community formed a human chain in front of National Press Club to protest the death of three people by BGB men at Thakugaon on Friday.	photo: observer
Dhaka based Haripur (Thakugaon) community formed a human chain in front of National Press Club to protest the death of three people by BGB men at Thakugaon on Friday. photo: observer
Former minister and coordinator of the 14-party alliance Mohammad Nasim, MP, speaking at a discussion organised by Dhaka Metropolitan Bangabadhu Academy.	photo: observer
Former minister and coordinator of the 14-party alliance Mohammad Nasim, MP, speaking at a discussion organised by Dhaka Metropolitan Bangabadhu Academy. photo: observer
Ganashasthaya Kendra founder Dr Zafrullah Chowdhury speaking at a human chain organised by Bangladesh Jatiyatabadi Mahila Dal in front of the National Press Club on Friday.	photo: observer
Ganashasthaya Kendra founder Dr Zafrullah Chowdhury speaking at a human chain organised by Bangladesh Jatiyatabadi Mahila Dal in front of the National Press Club on Friday. photo: observer
A four-day photography exhibition begins at Rajshahi University (RU). Photography Club of RU  Mass Communication and Journalism Department arranged the exhibition titled, ‘The Beauty of the Campus’ where 36 photographs of different places of the were university exhibited.	photo: observer
A four-day photography exhibition begins at Rajshahi University (RU). Photography Club of RU Mass Communication and Journalism Department arranged the exhibition titled, ‘The Beauty of the Campus’ where 36 photographs of different places of the were university exhibited. photo: observer
Young demonstrators hold placards as they attend a climate change protest organised by
Young demonstrators hold placards as they attend a climate change protest organised by "Youth Strike 4 Climate", opposite the Houses of Parliament in central London on February 15. Hundreds of young people took to the streets to demonstrate Friday, with some of them having gone on strike from school, as part of a global youth action over climate change. photo : AFP
Hundreds of thousands of devotees from home and abroad throng the banks of the River Turag as annual Biswa Ijtema, the second largest Muslim congregation after the Hajj, begins today. Thousands of tents have been erected to accommodate the devotees.	photo: Observer
Hundreds of thousands of devotees from home and abroad throng the banks of the River Turag as annual Biswa Ijtema, the second largest Muslim congregation after the Hajj, begins today. Thousands of tents have been erected to accommodate the devotees. photo: Observer
Book lovers browsing books at a stall at Amar Ekushey Book Fair, on the weekend on Friday.	photo: observer
Dhaka based Haripur (Thakugaon) community formed a human chain in front of National Press Club to protest the death of three people by BGB men at Thakugaon on Friday.	photo: observer
Former minister and coordinator of the 14-party alliance Mohammad Nasim, MP, speaking at a discussion organised by Dhaka Metropolitan Bangabadhu Academy.	photo: observer
Ganashasthaya Kendra founder Dr Zafrullah Chowdhury speaking at a human chain organised by Bangladesh Jatiyatabadi Mahila Dal in front of the National Press Club on Friday.	photo: observer
A four-day photography exhibition begins at Rajshahi University (RU). Photography Club of RU  Mass Communication and Journalism Department arranged the exhibition titled, ‘The Beauty of the Campus’ where 36 photographs of different places of the were university exhibited.	photo: observer
Young demonstrators hold placards as they attend a climate change protest organised by
Hundreds of thousands of devotees from home and abroad throng the banks of the River Turag as annual Biswa Ijtema, the second largest Muslim congregation after the Hajj, begins today. Thousands of tents have been erected to accommodate the devotees.	photo: Observer
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