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Sabbir in T20 top ten

He did not have a great Champions Trophy, but the T20 format has brought Sabbir Rahman some good news. In the latest ICC rankings of batsmen, Sabbir has made his way among the best ten in the shortest format of the game. Sabbir earned his career best rating in January, but could not make it […]

In separate incidents, four tourists went missing in Moinot Ghat in Dohar of Dhaka and Cox’s Bazar sea beach on Tuesday, reports UNB. At Moinot Ghat, two college students and their university-going friend went missing while swimming in the Padma river around 5:00pm, said officer-in-charge of Dohar police station Sirajuddin. However, the identity of the […]

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A sudden decision by Titas Gas to stop supplying CNG refuelling stations for maintenance of a gas field has created transport chaos in many parts of Bangladesh including the capital Dhaka. The decision to stop the supply from Tuesday midnight for 24 hours was revealed only a few hours beforehand. The CNG stations in Dhaka […]

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23 June is a significant date for Awami League. This is the day it was founded 68 long years ago in 1949. Political parties crop up like mushrooms in this country and then suddenly burst like bubbles into nothingness. And parties have been split into factions time and again. Even Awami League has had its […]

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It is not just a word, it is a belief A one-party state is not created by dictum alone; there are many other ways a country can emerge into a one-party state. In the 50s through 60s and 70s a one-party state was defined by the communist bloc of countries in Europe and China in […]

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Google has been fined 2.42bn euros ($2.7bn; £2.1bn) by the European Commission after it ruled the company had abused its power by promoting its own shopping comparison service at the top of search results. The amount is the regulator’s largest penalty to date against a company accused of distorting the market. The ruling also orders […]

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