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Transport workers of different districts are continuing their bus strike for the second consecutive day on Tuesday protesting the new Road Transport Act. more
Man burned by acid by rivals Man burned by acid by rivals
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A man was burned by acid thrown allegedly by his rivals in Kaliganj upazila of Satkhira early Tuesday over land dispute.Burn-injured Rafiqul Islam, 26,
Bus strike on Hili-Bogura route for consecutive four days Bus strike on Hili-Bogura route for consecutive four days
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The bus drivers and owners continued their indefinite strike on the Hili-Bogura route for fourth day on Tuesday demanding changing new Road Transport Act-2018.The bus
Truck-covered van workers call indefinite strike Truck-covered van workers call indefinite strike
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Bangladesh Truck Covered-van Goods Transport Owners Workers Unity Council has called an indefinite strike across the country to press home for their nine-point demands.The strike
US effectively backs Israel's settlements on West Bank US effectively backs Israel's settlements on West Bank
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The United States on Monday effectively backed Israel’s right to build Jewish settlements in the occupied West Bank by abandoning its four-decade-old position that they
Youth found dead in Ashulia Youth found dead in Ashulia
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Police recovered the body of a youth from Ashulia in Savar, on the outskirts of Dhaka, on Tuesday morning.The deceased was identified as Noyan alias
Transport workers withdraw highway blockade Transport workers withdraw highway blockade
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Transport movement on the Dhaka-Mymensingh highway has become normal after two hours as the workers withdrew their blockade.The protesting workers withdrew the blockade around 10am
Dhaka ranks worst for 3rd day in Air Quality Index Dhaka ranks worst for 3rd day in Air Quality Index
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Bangladesh’s capital city was ranked the worst in the Air Quality Index (AQI) for the third consecutive day on Tuesday.Dhaka had a score of 252at
Mayanmar extends sentences for jailed poets Mayanmar extends sentences for jailed poets
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A Myanmar judge on Monday extended the sentences of a troupe of satirical performers jailed for mocking the military, in a case that has raised
Ex-UN chief Ban Ki-moon due Friday Ex-UN chief Ban Ki-moon due Friday
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Former UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon is scheduled to arrive Dhaka on Friday on a brief visit which will be his second visit to Bangladesh
11 missing from S Korean fishing boat burned by fire 11 missing from S Korean fishing boat burned by fire
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A fishing boat caught fire in South Korea’s southern waters early Tuesday, and the coast guard said a search was underway for 11 people missing.One
Tamim becomes father again Tamim becomes father again
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Bangladesh opener Tamim Iqbal Khan has now become father of a baby girl after son.The opener has uploaded a photo showing his newborn daughter’s name
UN court to hear Myanmar genocide case next month UN court to hear Myanmar genocide case next month
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Gambia will open its case against Myanmar before the UN’s top court in December accusing the mainly Buddhist state of genocide against its Rohingya Muslims,
Italy put nine past Armenia to finish with perfect record Italy put nine past Armenia to finish with perfect record
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Italy thumped hapless Armenia 9-1 on Monday to complete their Euro 2020 qualifying group with a perfect record and extend their record-breaking run to 11
President assents to 3 bills President assents to 3 bills
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President M Abdul Hamid today gave his assent to three bills passed in the fifth session of the 11th parliament, said a release of Parliament