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No harmful chemical in locally-produced milk: Razzaque

Agriculture minister Abdur Razzaque speaks at a press conference at the secretariat on Wednesday. Photo: UNB Claiming that tests carried out in an Indian laboratory found no harmful chemical in locally-produced milk, agriculture minister Abdur Razzaque on Wednesday said it is completely safe for human consumption, reports UNB.He made the remarks at a press conference […]

Bangladeshi cricketer Mushfiqur Rahim (C) leaves the field after being dismissed as Sri Lankan cricketers celebrate during the third one day international (ODI) cricket match of a three-match ODI series between Sri Lanka and Bangladesh at R Premadasa Stadium in Colombo on July 31, 2019. AFP Sri Lanka put on a clinical performance with bat […]

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File photo of Awami League General Secretary Obaidul Quader, who is also the road transport and bridges minister of the incumbent government Dhaka Tribune The minister urged everyone to clean up their houses and surroundings Awami League General Secretary Obaidul Quader has urged physicians to provide treatment to dengue patients at a token cost on […]

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Previous Next The National Board of Revenue collected about Tk 2.24 trillion in 2018-19 fiscal year with a 10.7 percent growth but missing the target by 20 percent and posting the slowest rate in five years. NBR Chairman Md Mosharraf Hossain Bhuiyan has blamed the waivers in taxes, a drop in import, and a tendency […]

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What country is worse than Saudi Arabia? Amar Alamar   31 July 2019 To be fair, I think there are only two countries that can beat Saudi in being worst countries on planet earth.. The gold medal for the worst country on planet earth goes to Venezuela , A country with large oils reserve yet it […]

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Bangladesh And The Religious Warfare Based On Deception Who is Priya Saha? Preo Bala Biswas alias Priya Saha told the US president that 37 million Hindu, Buddhist and Christian people have disappeared from Bangladesh. Photo credit: The Daily Observer “All warfare is based on deception. Hence, when we are able to attack, we must seem […]

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Huseyn Shaheed Suhrawardy’s United Bengal Plan That Could Have Changed the Course of India’s History Suhrawardy, a largely forgotten figure today, was Bengal’s chief minister in 1946 and is often mis-remembered as a Hindu-hating communal leader. Huseyn Suhrawardy Nehru Gandhi Dharitri Bhattacharjee GOVERNMENT HISTORY POLITICS 15/AUG/2017 The location, Calcutta. The year, October-November, 1946.A scene from Richard Attenborough’s […]

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No One Is Safe: How Saudi Arabia Makes Dissidents Disappear The assassination of Jamal Khashoggi was no aberration. A Vanity Fair investigation reveals how Saudi Arabia attempts to abduct, repatriate—and sometimes murder—citizens it regards as enemies of the state. By  Ayman M. Mohyeldin    July 29, 2019   www.vanityfair.com   Saudi Arabia’s Mohammed bin Salman has […]

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PM Hasina critical of pasteurised milk test by DU professor BSS . Dhaka | Prothom Alo Jul 30, 2019             Prime minister Sheikh Hasina on Tuesday urged the countrymen not to pay heed to the rumours and hand over the rumour-mongers to the police. “Please don’t pay heed to the […]

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Almost every part of Bangladesh has now been affected by the deadly mosquito-borne disease, dengue, with cases reported from 61 districts until Tuesday, reports news agency UNB. More people are being diagnosed with dengue every day. In 24 hours (until 8:00am), over 1,300 new dengue cases were reported from across the country, according to official […]

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Tigers seek revival Third and final ODI against Sri Lanka today Bangladesh stand-in skipper Tamim Iqbal will be looking to regain his form and help his side salvage some pride by winning the last game of their three-match ODI series against hosts Sri Lanka in Colombo today. PHOTO: AFP Mazhar Uddin Today’s third and final […]

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Germany will provide 200 million euros to Bangladesh for development projects in different sectors. Two bilateral agreements were signed on Tuesday to that end. Of the total funds, 172 million euros will be available as financial cooperation and 28 million euros for technical cooperation. Economic Relations Secretary Monowar Ahmed and German Ambassador Peter Fahrenholtz signed […]

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