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Indian PM Modi due next month Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi will be visiting Bangladesh next month to attend the birth ...
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  • Coronavirus death toll exceeds 2,000
    Coronavirus death toll exceeds 2,000
  • Uighurs even detained for beards, veils
    Uighurs even detained for beards, veils
  • PM Hasina unveils cover of 2 books on Bangabandhu
    PM Hasina unveils cover of 2 books on Bangabandhu
  • China new virus death toll hits 1,868
    China new virus death toll hits 1,868
  • Mobile radiation exposure not harmful to health, BTRC claims
    Mobile radiation exposure not harmful to health, BTRC claims
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Computer scientist behind cut, copy and paste dies Larry Tesler, an icon of early computing, has died at the age of 74.Mr Tesler ...
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PREPARATION AFOOT: Students of the Institute of Fine Arts painting 'Alpana' on the premises of Central Shaheed Minar marking the Amar Ekushey February. This photo was taken on Wednesday. Inset, book lovers throng a stall at month-long Ekushey Book Fair on the day.	PHOTO: OBSERVER
PREPARATION AFOOT: Students of the Institute of Fine Arts painting 'Alpana' on the premises of Central Shaheed Minar marking the Amar Ekushey February. This photo was taken on Wednesday. Inset, book lovers throng a stall at month-long Ekushey Book Fair on the day. PHOTO: OBSERVER
BIG DUST BOWL: Pedestrians cross the Banasree Road in the city on Wednesday as if in a dust storm. Protracted road digging in the name of providing utility services on the road has turned most parts of city blindingly dusty. The city fathers are seemingly oblivious of a High Court directives to sprinkle water to stop air pollution.	PHOTO: OBSERVER
BIG DUST BOWL: Pedestrians cross the Banasree Road in the city on Wednesday as if in a dust storm. Protracted road digging in the name of providing utility services on the road has turned most parts of city blindingly dusty. The city fathers are seemingly oblivious of a High Court directives to sprinkle water to stop air pollution. PHOTO: OBSERVER
Pirojpur police organised a drama show on the Liberation War on local police lines parade ground on Tuesday night. Minister for Fisheries and Livestock SM Rezaul Karim, MP, was present at the function as chief guest. 	photo: observer
Pirojpur police organised a drama show on the Liberation War on local police lines parade ground on Tuesday night. Minister for Fisheries and Livestock SM Rezaul Karim, MP, was present at the function as chief guest. photo: observer
A bridge on the Garamara Canal on the Bogura-Sirajganj Regional Highway at Mathpara Village under Dhunat Upazila of Bogura collapsed after a sand-laden truck moved over the bridge and fell in the canal on Tuesday noon. 	photo: observer
A bridge on the Garamara Canal on the Bogura-Sirajganj Regional Highway at Mathpara Village under Dhunat Upazila of Bogura collapsed after a sand-laden truck moved over the bridge and fell in the canal on Tuesday noon. photo: observer
Students of Dhaka University painting murals on the wall beside Central Shaheed Minar, language movement martyrs' monument, ahead of Shaheed Dibash and International Mother Language Day on 21st February. The photo was taken on Tuesday.   	photo: Observer
Students of Dhaka University painting murals on the wall beside Central Shaheed Minar, language movement martyrs' monument, ahead of Shaheed Dibash and International Mother Language Day on 21st February. The photo was taken on Tuesday. photo: Observer
To mark its 33rd founding anniversary, Chilmari Press Club brought out a rally in Chilmari Upazila of Kurigram on Tuesday.	photo: observer
To mark its 33rd founding anniversary, Chilmari Press Club brought out a rally in Chilmari Upazila of Kurigram on Tuesday. photo: observer
The photo shows students of Narayanganj College singing songs at  a function organised to celebrate the Spring and Cake Festival-1426 on the campus on Tuesday. 	photo: observer
The photo shows students of Narayanganj College singing songs at a function organised to celebrate the Spring and Cake Festival-1426 on the campus on Tuesday. photo: observer
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