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HEADLINE
WB goes tough on graft, cancels 14 road contracts
Bangladesh stands to miss out future aid programmes of the World Bank (WB) if unbridled graft remain
 
WB multiplies sanctions against corrupt countries
PARIS: World Bank President Paul Wolfowitz has decided to suspend several loans and block debt forgi
 
Ctg garment factory fire kills 90, injures 400
CHITTAGONG, Feb 24 (Agencies): About 90 garment workers, mostly females, were burnt to death and nea
 
POLITICS & POLICIES
Hasina for being vigilant against deletion of name from votersí list
SIRAJGANJ, Feb 24 (BDNEWS): Leader of the Opposition in Parliament and Awami League (AL) President S
 
BSD launches Dhaka-Kurigram long march today
The Bangladesher Samajtantrik Dal (BSD) will hold a long march from Dhaka to Kurigram today (Saturda
 
20 BCL activists hurt in JCD attacks in Barisal, Kurigram
BARISAL, Feb 24 (BDNEWS): At least 10 activists of the Bangladesh Chhatra League (BCL) were injured
 
METRO & COUNTRY
Dhaka Novotheatre remains closed since Feb 14
The Dhaka Novotheatre, the state-owned planetarium, remained closed since February 14 due to damage
 
Int'l standard amusement park in Rajshahi soon
RAJSHAHI, Feb 24 (UNB): An international-standard amusement park, furnished with a number of most mo
 
Six killed in separate incidents in two days
Six persons were killed and many injured in separate incidents in different places of the country d
 
VIEWS & REVIEWS
Candy makers try to cater to health-conscious chocoholics
IT is every chocolate lover's wish that their favourite indulgence could somehow be healthy for them
 
Food groups struggle to cater to healthy appetites
Americans have recently been bombarded with media analysis of the latest dietary discovery: low-fat
 
Roche's Tamiflu sales help bring healthy glow
ROCHE has recently demonstrated the value of its Tamiflu anti-flu franchise with consensus-busting s
 
EDITORIAL
Draft bill of procurement act
SPENDING is an essential and major function of the government and all state run or financed enterpri
 
Finding merit in the proposal
THE WB Country Director Christine I Wallich seems to have irritated some people in our country by ex
 
Bangladesh Bank's unwise circular
TO every action there is an equal and opposite reaction. And whether one agrees or not with it, one
 
LETTER TO EDITOR
FTA with India
THE last meeting of the Indo-Bangladesh Joint Economic Commission discussed the formation of a free
 
Tourism habit
DURING the last tourism festival high officials of the tourism ministry observed that people nowaday
 
BUSINESS/ECONOMY
Powdered milk prices shoot up
The prices of powdered milk shot up by upto 20 per cent due to appreciation of dollar, while those f
 
Eight banks' executives visit Confidence Salt Plant in Chittagong
Syndications and structured finance unit of Prime Bank Limited arranged a visit programme at Confide
 
Indian govt to issue bonds worth Rs 115b to oil cos
NEW DELHI, Feb 24 (PTI) In a major move to provide relief to oil marketing companies, the Indian gov
 
SPORTS
Bangladesh look for victory
Bangladesh look for victory in the third one-day international against Sri Lanka when they meet each
 
Khulna score 292 for all
Khulna Division were all out for 292 in 89.2 overs in the first innings against Chittagong Division
 
Ballseye -- Saiful Kaiser
Sri Lankan opener Jehan Mubarak was mad when the umpire upheld the appeal by the Bangladeshi keeper
 
WORLD
Kashmir shops, offices shut protesting army killings
SRINAGAR, Feb 24 (AP): Shops and businesses closed Friday in Srinagar, the main city in Indian-contr
 
Sri Lanka warring parties agree to halt killings
CELIGNY, Switzerland, Feb 24(AFP): Sri Lanka's government and Tamil Tiger rebels ended talks here T
 
Israel kills five Palestinians in Nablus attack
WEST BANK, Feb 24 (AP): Political rivals Mahmoud Abbas and incoming Hamas Prime Minister Ismail Hani
 
 

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