Daily Observer Fake websites put Ministry of Education in trouble Fake websites put Ministry of Education in trouble
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Many fake websites and pages are misleading students and teachers in the name of Education Ministry.The Ministry of Education is in trouble with such misleading
Smuggler killed in gunfight with BGB in Moulvibazar Smuggler killed in gunfight with BGB in Moulvibazar
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A suspected smuggler was killed in a gunfight with the Border Guard Bangladesh (BGB) in Shuknabil area of Kulaura upazila in Moulvibazar early Thursday.The diseased
Lead Exposure: Bangladesh 4th worst-hit in terms of child deaths Lead Exposure: Bangladesh 4th worst-hit in terms of child deaths
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Bangladesh is the fourth most-seriously hit in terms of the number of children affected as lead poisoning is affecting them on a massive and previously
Water level in Ganges basin starts receding Water level in Ganges basin starts receding
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RAJSHAHI, July 30: After a rising trend amid heavy downpour and onrush from the upper catchment in the last few days, the water levels in
Charges pressed against Shahed in arms case Charges pressed against Shahed in arms case
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Within nine working days, detectives on Thursday pressed charges against Regent Group Chairman Mohammad Shahed in connection with an arms case.Md Sairul Islam, inspector of
Three suspects on 14-day remand Three suspects on 14-day remand
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Three people arrested in connection with an explosion inside the Pallabi Police Station that left four cops injured, were put on 14-day remand by a
Bangladesh’s health system has collapsed: Fakhrul Bangladesh’s health system has collapsed: Fakhrul
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BNP Secretary General Mirza Fakhrul Islam Alamgir has alleged that people now cannot have their confidence in the country's health system as it has completely
DSCC announces Tk 6,119.59cr budget for FY 2020-21 DSCC announces Tk 6,119.59cr budget for FY 2020-21
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Dhaka South City Corporation Mayor Sheikh Fazle Noor Taposh on Thursday announced Tk 6,119.59 crore budget for 2020-21 fiscal year.This is the first budget of
coronavirus update bangladesh coronavirus update bangladesh
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l 48 more die, total 3,083l 2,695 newly infected, total 2,34,889l Samples tested in 24 hours - 12,937l 2,668patients recoveredl Among the total fatalities, 36
Note forgery gangs active Note forgery gangs active
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The fear of forged currency flooding the market has gripped the country ahead of the Eid-ul Azha. Counterfeit note forgery syndicates have targeted the cattle
India-BD ties exceptionally close: Delhi India-BD ties exceptionally close: Delhi
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India on Thursday said relations with Bangladesh are "exceptionally close" and expressed confidence that both sides appreciate mutual sensibilities and mutual respect."India-Bangladesh relations are exceptionally
Difficulties are a test from Allah: Hajj sermon Difficulties are a test from Allah: Hajj sermon
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Member of the Council of Senior Scholars and Adviser at the Royal Court, Sheikh Abdullah bin Sulaiman Al-Manea in the Hajj sermon told the pilgrims
Eid-ul-Azha tomorrow Eid-ul-Azha tomorrow
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Eid-ul-Azha, the second largest festival of the Muslims, will be celebrated across the country tomorrow (Saturday).Unlike Eid ul Fitr, this festival will be celebrated without
48 die of C-19, 2,695 infected in 24 hours 48 die of C-19, 2,695 infected in 24 hours
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Bangladesh on Thursday saw 48 more new deaths from the novel coronavirus and 2,695 new cases of infection after testing 12,937 samples in 82 labs
Japan panel puts tentative end to Abenomics boom Japan panel puts tentative end to Abenomics boom
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TOKYO, July 30: A panel of seven private Japanese economists tentatively declared the economy ended its second-longest boom and entered "recession" in late 2018, suggesting