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Bangladesh women thrash PNG in WT20I Qualifiers

Action from the World T20I Qualifiers match between Bangladesh and PNG in Amstelveen Saturday ICC Bangladesh women’s team made a flying start in the 2018 World T20I Qualifiers. The Tigresses, guided by a combined bowling effort, registered a crushing eight-wicket victory with 31 balls to spare against Papua New Guinea on the opening day of the […]

PreviousNext BNP Chairperson Khaleda Zia is faking illness in jail to avoid appearances in court, Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina says. “She fakes illness to avoid appearances in court hearings because she knows she will get caught if she attends hearings. This is the reality,” Hasina said. Hasina was speaking at an extended meeting of the […]

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Suu Kyi and the military: Are they falling out? File photo of Aung San Suu Kyi with Myanmar army chief Min Aung Hlaing. Photo: AFP Mahmood Hasan Things do not look very pretty for General Min Aung Hlaing of Myanmar, the alleged war criminal responsible for the genocide against the Rohingya community in Rakhine. As […]

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A file photo shows container-laden lorries on a road in Dhaka. The National Board of Revenue has retained the mandatory use of electronic seal and lock, an e-tracking technology, on export-import containers for both way transportations between Chittagong Port and private inland container depots despite strong opposition from businesses. — New Age photo The National […]

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Two female workers returning from Saudi Arabia at the Shahjalal International Airport recently Rajib Dhar/Dhaka Tribune In May, 260 workers returned home, while 188 more came back in June, Shariful said Although the government’s “inaction” has been blamed for the slow return of female domestic help abused in Saudi Arabia, Expatriates’ Welfare and Overseas Employment Minister, […]

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Military Plane Crashed During Test Flight in Bangladesh, 2 Pilots Dead – Reports © AP Photo / ASIA & PACIFIC 02.07.2018 MOSCOW (Sputnik) – A military jet of Bangladesh’s Air Forces crashed during a test flight in the country’s western district of Jessore leaving two pilots dead, local media reported. The K-8W took off from an […]

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Indian Firm Wins Construction Contract for Bangladesh’s First Nuclear Plant July 7, 2018 Indian Firm Wins Construction Contract for Bangladesh’s First Nuclear Plant India, not being a member of the Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG), cannot participate directly in the construction of atomic power reactors. But Indian companies can be involved in the construction and installation […]

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