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Business
Service charge not major issue in India transit: FM Finance Minister AHM Mustafa Kamal on Thursday said service charge is not the main issue ...
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Tow killed in attack, counter attack A woman was stabbed to death allegedly by her son-in-law and while the man was ...
Woman held with Yaba in Noakhali Bangladesh Coast Guard members detained a woman with Yaba tablets from the remote island of ...
Farmers selected in Nabinagar for Aman procurement The government has shortlisted farmers in Nabinagar Upazila of Brahmanbaria district in procuring Aman paddy.The ...
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The ACC arrested 13 people from Dhaka's Segunbagicha on Thursday for their alleged involvement in corruption in RNPP housing project . They ware later sent to jail by a Dhaka court.	PHOTO: OBSERVER
The ACC arrested 13 people from Dhaka's Segunbagicha on Thursday for their alleged involvement in corruption in RNPP housing project . They ware later sent to jail by a Dhaka court. PHOTO: OBSERVER
Gambian lawyers placing their arguments against Myanmar's denial of genocidal intent against Rohingyas at the ICJ in The Hague.The three-day hearings concluded on Thursday.	PHOTO: AFP
Gambian lawyers placing their arguments against Myanmar's denial of genocidal intent against Rohingyas at the ICJ in The Hague.The three-day hearings concluded on Thursday. PHOTO: AFP
A number of workers of nine state-owned jute mills in Khulna and Jashore continued their fast-unto-death hunger strike for the third consecutive day on Thursday.	photo : Observer
A number of workers of nine state-owned jute mills in Khulna and Jashore continued their fast-unto-death hunger strike for the third consecutive day on Thursday. photo : Observer
Indian soldiers walk past the burnt wreckage of a vehicle during a curfew in Guwahati on December 12, following protests over the government's Citizenship Amendment Bill (CAB). Indian police fired blanks as thousands of protesters ignored a curfew in the north-east of the country, in a fresh day of demonstrations against contentious new citizenship legislation.	photo : AFP
Indian soldiers walk past the burnt wreckage of a vehicle during a curfew in Guwahati on December 12, following protests over the government's Citizenship Amendment Bill (CAB). Indian police fired blanks as thousands of protesters ignored a curfew in the north-east of the country, in a fresh day of demonstrations against contentious new citizenship legislation. photo : AFP
Protesters demonstrate against Myanmar's State Counsellor Aung San Suu Kyi in front of the UN International Court of Justice at the Peace Palace in The Hague, on December 12. Nobel peace laureate Aung San Suu Kyi rejected allegations of genocide against Myanmar in the UN's top court on December 11, despite admitting the army may have used excessive force against Rohingya Muslims. 	photo : AFP
Protesters demonstrate against Myanmar's State Counsellor Aung San Suu Kyi in front of the UN International Court of Justice at the Peace Palace in The Hague, on December 12. Nobel peace laureate Aung San Suu Kyi rejected allegations of genocide against Myanmar in the UN's top court on December 11, despite admitting the army may have used excessive force against Rohingya Muslims. photo : AFP
Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina showing a water lily placard bearing slogan ‘Zero Leprosy Initiative by 2030’ after inaugurating the National Conference-2019 at Pan Pacific Sonargaon Hotel in the capital on Wednesday. 	photo : BSS
Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina showing a water lily placard bearing slogan ‘Zero Leprosy Initiative by 2030’ after inaugurating the National Conference-2019 at Pan Pacific Sonargaon Hotel in the capital on Wednesday. photo : BSS
Ilias Kanchan at a press conference urges to stop spreading propaganda by former shipping minister Shajahan Khan against his family and organisation at National Press Club on Wednesday.	photo: observer
Ilias Kanchan at a press conference urges to stop spreading propaganda by former shipping minister Shajahan Khan against his family and organisation at National Press Club on Wednesday. photo: observer
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Runa Laila brings new album for listeners
Veteran Bangladeshi singer Runa Laila is bringing out a new album of Bangla songs titled ...more
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Nippon to give $2m to BRAC for educating Rohingya children
The Nippon Foundation, a Japanese private non-profit organisation, is going to donate around $2 million ...more
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