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Suicide bomber kills 22, hurts 59 in Manchester concert

Suicide bomber kills 22, hurts 59 in Manchester concert

Reuters, Manchester :A suicide bomber killed at least 22 people and wounded 59 at a packed concert hall in the English city of Manchester in what Prime Minister Theresa

Heat wave costs a life

Heat wave costs a life

Staff Reporter :The blistering temperatures that persisted across the country for the last few days has crippled normal life, with the highest 37.8 degrees Celsius recorded in Jessore on Tuesday.Water

Muslim Council of Britain condemns attack

The Sun :THE Manchester suicide bombing has been condemned as "horrific" and "criminal" by the Muslim Council of Britain.At least 22 people, including children, were killed and 59 injured after

IS claims responsibility

Reuters, Cairo :Islamic State claimed responsibility for Monday's deadly attack at the Manchester Arena and said it was carried out with an explosive device planted at the concert, according to

Trump denounces attack by `evil losers`

Reuters, Bethlehem :U.S. President Donald Trump extended his condolences on Tuesday to the victims of the Manchester suicide bombing that killed 22 people and said those behind the attack were

No respite from power crisis soon

Anisul Islam Noor :Acute shortage of electricity across the country is unlikely to be bridged soon as the generation and distribution are in trouble following a grid tower collapsed early

Patients made to suffer

Staff Reporter  :Patients suffered immensely as doctors kept their private chambers closed across the country on Tuesday protesting assault on doctors and vandalism at the Central Hospital in the city

SC imposes ban on 17 judges` foreign travel

Court Correspondent : The Supreme Court administration on Monday imposed a ban on 17 judges to travel Australia, Indonesia, Saudi Arab and Thailand as the Government issued notification for their travel

Hasina shocked :Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has expressed deep shock at the Monday's suicidal attack in Manchester of the UK that killed at least 22 people, including children.Sheikh Hasina, who is

Khaleda condemns

BNP chairperson Khaleda Zia on Tuesday said those who kill innocent people by hurling bombs are not only coward, but also the enemies of mankind.In a statement, Khaleda said, "Terrorists

IBBL VC Syed Ahsanul removed

Staff Reporter :Vice-Chairman of Islami Bank Bangladesh Limited (IBBL) Prof Syed Ahsanul Alam has been removed from his post after just five months of his appointment.The decision was taken at

At least 22 killed in suicide attack at Ariana Grande concert in Britain

At least 22 killed in suicide attack at Ariana Grande concert in Britain

At least 22 people, including some children, were killed and 59 wounded when a suicide bomber struck as thousands of fans streamed out of a concert by U.S. singer Ariana

King`s lavish welcome to Mr Trump was not well-considered

The past four American presidents, two Republicans and two Democrats, made their first trips to either Mexico and Canada - countries that are close trading partners, close allies and

Why power outage?

Anisul Islam Noor :Country's people have been experiencing severe power crisis for the last eight days due to mismanagement in power distribution, Power Development Board sources said.Country's power consumption

No cop showed neglect, DMP confirms

Staff Reporter :The probe report on the Banani rape incident that was submitted yesterday to the Dhaka Metropolitan Police (DMP) found no direct evidence of police negligence in recording the

Trump hopes to visit BD

UNB, Riyadh :US President Donald Trump has expressed his hope to visit Bangladesh as he exchanged greetings with Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina during the Arab Islamic-American (AIA) Summit in the

Transport strike against extortion

Staff Reporter :The ongoing transport strike in the country's northern districts, which was kicked off Sunday morning by the North Bengal Truck, Tank Lorry, Covered Van and Pick-up Owners-Workers Association,

Heat wave paralyses city life, diarrhoea patients on the rise

Heat wave paralyses city life, diarrhoea patients on the rise

Reza Mahmud :The persisting heat wave makes city life paralysed. When the mercury reached the hottest in recent years, frequent load shedding of electricity  and water crises in some parts

N`ganj 7-Murder: Hearing on death reference begins

Court Correspondent :The High Court (HC) Division of the Supreme Court yesterday started hearing on the death reference and appeals of 26 death sentenced convicts in the Narayanganj seven-murder cases.

Students of Dhaka University on Monday blocked Shahbagh intersection in the city demanding to take immediate steps to stop question paper leakage.

Students of Dhaka University on Monday blocked Shahbagh intersection in the city demanding to take immediate steps to stop question paper leakage.

3 handed over to families, 2 others sued in anti-terror case

Staff Reporter :The Rapid Action Battalion (RAB) on Monday handed over three students to their respective families while two others were sued in anti-terror case. They surrendered to the elite

Kitchen market volatile ahead of Ramzan

Staff Reporter :The meat, sugar, gram, garlic, edible oil, spice, date and fruits have become pricier ahead of the holy month Ramzan despite adequate supply.Traders attributed the price hike to

Forgery in college admission!

M M Jasim  :Many colleges in the capital Dhaka and elsewhere in the country have been abusing the online admission since the results of SSC and equivalent examinations came out

Woman found dead in city hotel, baby girl rescued

Staff Reporter :A body of a woman was recovered from Al Shaheen Hotel in the city's Fakirapool area on Sunday night.Police also rescued her one-month old daughter from the hotel

Israel concerned Saudi arms deal with US

Reuters :Israeli ministers have voiced concern about Israel's ability to retain its qualitative military edge following the signing of a "tremendous" arms deal by US President Donald Trump with Saudi

Probe body finds OC's negligence

Staff Reporter  :The probe committee, which was formed following the rape of two private university students at a Banani hotel, has found negligence in duty in tackling the situation

Raid on BNP Chairperson`s Gulshan office Govt did `nasty` politics, says Khaleda

Staff Reporter :Bangladesh Nationalist Party Chairperson Khaleda Zia on Sunday in a message on her Twitter account said the government did 'nasty' politics by raiding her office using police for

Arab Islamic-American Summit kicks off

Arab Islamic-American Summit kicks off

BSS, Riyadh :The first-ever Arab Islamic-American (AIA) Summit kicked off at King Abdul Aziz International Conference Center in the Saudi capital on Sunday afternoon.Saudi King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud

SC stays HC order on magistrate-run mobile courts

The Supreme Court on Sunday extended its stay order till July 2 on a High Court (HC) order that declared the mobile courts conducted by executive magistrates illegal and contradictory

Trump reaps Saudi arms deal, stronger ties

Reuters, Riyadh :Under political fire at home, U.S. President Donald Trump sealed a $110 billion arms deal with Saudi Arabia on Saturday on his maiden foreign trip as he struggled