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Shakib bowls Afghans away

Shakib bowls Afghans away 62-run win keeps Tigers’ semifinal hopes alive Bangladesh’s Shakib Al Hasan put up a truly all-round performance in yesterday’s World Cup match against Afghanistan in Southampton. The left-hander notched his fifth fifty-plus total in the ongoing tournament before scalping five wickets for just 29 runs to hand the Tigers a 62-run […]

The calculus of heritage preservation Ruins of Jahaj Bari, which was torn down violating a High Court order and without permission from the Waqf Estate that the land belongs to. Photo: Collected Adnan Zillur Morshed The clandestine demolition of Jahaj Bari in Old Dhaka on the night of Eid-ul-Fitr reveals the precarious state of historic […]

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Apparel products are one of the major exporting items from Bangladesh Dhaka Tribune For the outgoing fiscal year, the government had set export target at $39 billion The government is going to set the export target at $44.40 billion from exports of goods for FY20, with a 6.76% growth target in export earnings. For the […]

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Previous Next The disgruntled members of Bangladesh Jatiyatabadi Chhatra Dal have been staging a sit-in protest in front of the BNP central office urging the party to reverse the expulsion order for 12 JCD leaders and scrap the age limit for election candidacy. The expelled JCD leaders led a procession from Scout Bhaban in Kakrail […]

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Parliament FILE PHOTO Awami League MP Abdul Matin Khasru on Monday expressed resentment over the failure of some ministries to implement the annual development programmes, reports UNB.”We’re giving big allocation, but we can’t implement them. When the fiscal year nears its end, we hear that the implementation rate isn’t more than 70 per cent,” he […]

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JUNE 24, 2019 LAST UPDATED 9:15 ET Former Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi raises his hands inside a defendant’s cage in a makeshift courtroom at the national police academy, in an eastern suburb of Cairo, Egypt, June 21, 2015 (AP photo by Ahmed Omar). Under Sisi’s Authoritarianism, Egypt Even Restricted Reporting on Morsi’s Death Andrew Green Friday, […]

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Erdogan’s Agony: Has Istanbul just begun saving Turkish Democracy? Juan Cole  06/24/2019 Ann Arbor (Informed Comment) – Istanbul has clapped back for democracy big time, electing as mayor Ekrem İmamoğlu of the secular Republican Peoples Party. İmamoğlu had already won once, last May, with a margin of 15,000 votes. The increasingly dictatorial president, Tayyip Erdogan, […]

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