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HEADLINE
Post-shipment inspection soon to prevent money laundering, terror financing
The government has decided to introduce post-shipment inspection for import consignments to prevent
 
Donors agree to offer $200m for setting up three SEZs
International donors have agreed to offer Bangladesh US$200 million for setting up three special eco
 
Suicide bombers strike again killing eight people in Netrokona
At least eight people were killed and over 100 wounded Thursday when bombs exploded near Udichi offi
 
POLITICS & POLICIES
JMB threatens to blow off DU female hall
Outlawed Jama'atul Mujahi-deen Bangladesh (JMB) has threatened to blow off a female dormitory of Dha
 
Khaleda asks Muslim world not to give shelter to terrorists
MECCA, Dec 8 (UNB) : As leaders of the Islamic world met here Wednesday at a crucial time, Banglades
 
Bomb attacks aim at foreign intervention: Jamaat chief
The spell of bomb attacks is designed to create a situation for intervention by foreign aggressors.
 
METRO & COUNTRY
Dhaka calls for urgent action to cut emissions
Bangladesh voiced the LDCs' concerns at a UN conference on climate change here and called for urgent
 
Time Magazine honours Mustari Khan
Mustari Khan, co-founder of the USAID-funded NGO - Concerned Women for Development (CWFD) - was hono
 
Awareness must for curbing crime against kids: President
President Iajuddin Ahmed called for carrying out massive awareness campaign to remove injustices tow
 
VIEWS & REVIEWS
East Asia summit misses the point, Mahathir
FORMER Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad pronounced scathing judgment last Wednesday on his
 
Asian economies gain as worker remittances surge
A busy Sunday afternoon on Singapore's Orchard Road and Christmas shopping is in full swing, but for
 
A view of SAFTA
Presently, the seven members of SAARC have very insignificant trade among themselves. Intra-region t
 
EDITORIAL
Extraordinary OIC summit in Makkah
The two-day extraordinary summit of the 57-member Organisation of Islamic Countries (OIC) in Makkah,
 
Customs to address a need of the time
THE internet and the world wide web (WWW) has now secured acceptance as the most vital means of comm
 
Allegations of outsourcing terrorists
US Secretary of State Condoleeza Rice reacted angrily to the persistent allegations that America wa
 
LETTER TO EDITOR
Business leaders to go ahead
THE top business leaders' initiative to get the prime minister and the leader of the opposition to s
 
Payment of utility bills
The electricity bill of Dhaka Electric Supply Authority (DESA) for the month of October '05 dated 13
 
COMPANY & FINANCE
Chinese textile group eager to go for jt venture with Beximco
Chinese textile conglomerate China Worldbest Group Co has expressed keenness to collaborate in setti
 
ADDL becomes AKTEL's corporate client
AKTEL and Apartment Design and Development Limited (ADDL) recently signed a corporate agreement in t
 
Asian stocks close mostly lower
HONG KONG, Dec 8 (AFP): Asian stocks closed mostly lower Thursday amid a bout of investor jitters wh
 
BUSINESS & FINANCE
Top developing counrtries seen key to WTO deal next week
HONG KONG, Dec 8 (AFP): India and Brazil, two of the biggest and fastest growing of the developing c
 
Pilots' strike cripples Korean Air
SEOUL, Dec 8 (AFP): A strike by pilots crippled Korean Air Thursday, forcing South Korea's biggest a
 
ASEAN trade talks with E Asian partners hit snag over rice
KUALA LUMPUR, Dec 8 (AFP): ASEAN's trade negotiations with East Asian partners like South Korea and
 
MARKET & COMMODITIES
Oil edges up after sell-off on swelling US stocks
SINGAPORE, Dec 8 (Reuters): Oil nudged higher today after tumbling the day before on news of surpris
 
Dollar ends lower against yen
TOKYO, Dec 8 (AFP): The dollar inched lower on profit-taking Thursday in the run-up to the release o
 
Tokyo rubber futures hit 17-year high
SINGAPORE, Dec 8 (Reuters): Tokyo rubber futures hit a 17-year high today and lifted the price of ty
 
SPORTS
Local boys off to a superb start
Defending champions Bangladesh began their Fourth South Asian Football Federation (SAFF) Championshi
 
Iím against ICC: Akram
BANGALORE, Dec 8 (BDNEWS): Former Pakistan cricket captain Wasim Akram criticised the International
 
Mohammedans taste win
COX'S BAZAR, Dec 8 (BDNEWS) : Dhaka Mohammedan Sporting Club tasted the first victory in three match
 
WORLD
Muslim leaders agree to fight terror for sake of Islam
MECCA, (Saudi Arabia), Dec 8: Muslim leaders at a summit closing in Mecca Thursday are united in the
 
Egypt ruling party wins two-thirds majority
CAIRO, Dec 8: Egypt's ruling party and allied independents secured a two-thirds majority in parliame
 
Baghdad bus bombing kills 30
BAGHDAD, Dec 8: At least 30 Iraqis were killed and 25 wounded when a suicide bomber blew himself up
 
 

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