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Netanyahu Receives This EPIC RESPONSE After Bad-Mouthing Obama’s Deal (IMAGES)

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is on another media crusade that includes him giving one-on-one interviews with the likes of CBS, ABC, NBC, and NPR. He is using much of the same rhetoric everywhere he goes, and every single time he is proclaiming that this is a “bad, bad, deal.” What’s probably not as talked […]

Rush of home-bound passengers on waterways and railways has increased with the closing of offices and businesses for the Eid-ul-Fitr festival. Sadarghat launch terminal and Kamalapur Railway Station saw a heavy rush of passengers since Thursday morning, the last working day before the Eid. Bangladesh Inland Water Transport Authority (BIWTA) Traffic Inspector Syed Mahfuzur Rahman […]

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The prime minister, Sheikh Hasina, on Thursday urged journalists not to criticise the government in a way that hampers the country’s advancement or creates any scope for the enemies to speak against the government. ‘I have no objection if journalists criticise [the government], but my ardent request to you is that your criticisms should not […]

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Bangladesh players congratulate Shakib Al Hasan after the allrounder picks up his 200th ODI victim in the 3rd ODI against South Africa. Bangladesh continued its recent fine run of form in ODI cricket with an inaugural home series victory over South Africa on July 15, Wednesday to make it four successive home series wins. The […]

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The three-judge International Crimes Tribunal -2 on Thursday unanimously sentenced Md Forkan Mallick to death for the war crimes he had committed in Mirzaganj thana of the then Patuakhali sub-division during the country’s Liberation War. The 63-year old war offender was found guilty of three out of five charges for which he was tried. He […]

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A new report released by a coalition of public interest and health groups details how the US Chamber of Commerce has helped the tobacco industry fight life-saving policies in more than a dozen countries around the world. The report released on Thursday in Washington follows and builds on a two-part investigation by The New York […]

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They call for a Tk 2,000cr refinancing scheme The shipbuilding industry has sought an incentive package from the government to make the country’s shipyards competitive against those of Vietnam, India and China. The proposal was made yesterday by the leaders of the Association of Export Oriented Shipbuilding Industries of Bangladesh at a meeting with Finance […]

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Finance Minister AMA Muhith. Finance Minister AMA Muhith today said Syed Ashraful Islam will continue as the general secretary of the Awami League. “The secretary of the party is a very important position. There will be no change about this,” Muhith told this to reporters at his secretariat office. The finance minister also said, “A […]

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No festival allowances in 250 More than 250 readymade garment factories did not paid festival allowances to its workers even on Thursday, the last working day before Eid-ul-Fitr, while at least 50 factories did not pay wages for the month of June. Hundreds of garment workers on Thursday took part in a sit-in and demonstration […]

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The Pakistani military claim that the drone was being used for aerial photography. Pakistan summoned the Indian ambassador Thursday after a “spy drone” was shot down in disputed Kashmir, as officials said five people were killed in cross-border shelling between the two nuclear-armed neighbours. The flare-up between the two countries, who have fought three wars […]

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Recently removed LGRD and cooperatives minister Syed Ashraful Islam has been made the Public Administration minister. Cabinet Division published a gazette notification in this regard on Thursday. Also Awami League General Secretary, Syed Ashraf, was scheduled to leave for London at 10am Thursday to celebrate the upcoming Eid-ul-Fitr with his family. However, he canceled his London tour […]

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After assuming charge at her Secretariat office, new State Minister for Post and Telecommunications Tarana Halim has said her door will always be closed to the lobbyists. She went to the Secretariat on Thursday, two days after taking oath. The ministry was without a minister for nearly 10 months since the removal of the then cabinet […]

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