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Bangladesh suffer dramatic loss

Bangladesh batsmen Tamim Iqbal ( L) and Sakib al Hasan bat during their one-day international against West Indies in Guyana on Thursday. AFP photo Bangladesh wasted a very good opportunity to seal their first series win in overseas for nine years when they lost the second one-day international of a three-match series against West Indies […]

Cricket star-turned-politician Imran Khan, chairman of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI), speaks to members of media after casting his vote at a polling station during the general election in Islamabad, Pakistan, July 25, 2018. Reuters PreviousNext Pakistani cricket hero-turned-politician Imran Khan led in projected partial results of a general election on Thursday, as the party of his […]

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Finance minister Abul Maal Abdul Muhith has tagged the tax exemption on import of liquefied natural gas and its local supply with the downward rationalisation of gas prices in the domestic market. Once the local supply of LNG through the national pipeline begins, gas prices would rise. Bangladesh Energy Regulatory Commission recently held a public […]

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West Indies coach Stuart Law (L) shares a light moment with Bangladesh batsman Mushfiqur Rahim while inspecting the wicket of the Providence Stadium in Guyana on Tuesday. — BCB photo Bangladesh national team will be looking to end their long drought for a series win in overseas when they take on West Indies in the […]

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Circular fashion: Why and how Bangladesh could take the lead Mostafiz Uddin In the month of May, I was invited to represent Bangladesh at the Copenhagen Fashion Summit in Denmark. The Copenhagen Fashion Summit is the most influential summit on sustainability in the fashion world. More than 2,500 international visitors and more than 100 thought […]

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AMA Muhith has dismissed the customs report on the adulteration of gold in Bangladesh Bank’s vault. “Bangladesh Bank has no problem. The gold issue is absolutely useless,” he told reporters after a programme at the Secretariat on Tuesday. “We have 963kg gold and 3kg was adulterated. It’s not a problem,” he added. The Customs Intelligence […]

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Four of the victims are from the same family Five children have been killed in separate landslides caused by torrential rain in Cox’s Bazar. The mishaps occurred in the Banchamia Ghona area of Rumaliarchhara, and the Panerchhara area of Ramu upazila, in the early hours of Wednesday. The deceased are: Abdul Hi, 8; Khairunnesa, 6; […]

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