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The raging flood is poised to hit the central part of Dhaka with authorities concerned forecasting increase of water levels in all major rivers surrounding
City centre set to face onslaught of flood
the capital in next 48 hours. An official of the Flood Forecasting a . . . . . .     Read Full Story
Flood-affected people waiting for relief materials at the under-construction community centre at central Basabo in city Thursday. FE Photo
Flood-affected people waiting for relief materials
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City centre set to face onslaught of flood
The raging flood is poised to hit the central part of Dhaka with authorities concerned forecasting i
Bangladesh to gain as EU setting new GSP rule
Bangladesh along with other least developed countries (LDCs) will benefit from the new European Unio
US coordinating relief efforts for flood victims
"The United States is monitoring the flooding in the Delta area of Bangladesh and coordinating human
Arafat faces pressure for reform
RAMALLAH, West Bank, July 22 (Reuters): Palestinian lawmakers are piling up pressure on President Ya
US kills 25 in Iraq battle
BAGHDAD, July 22 (AFP): Twenty-five insurgents were killed in a fierce battle Wednesday with US troo
Sept 11 panel: hijackers exploited `deep institutional failings'
WASHINGTON, JULY 22 (AP): The Sept. 11 commission's final report concludes the hijackers exploited "
Trade & Finance
Global Finance names Citigroup best investment bank in Mideast
The Global Finance magazine has named the US-based Citigroup, parent company of the Citibank NA, th
Pragati Life Ins holds 4th AGM
The fourth annual general meeting (AGM) of the Pragati Life Insurance Ltd was held at the company's
Number of weavers, looms declining despite govt-NGO support
The number of both weavers and handlooms have shrunk by thousands in the country despite the support
Revaluation of DCC's holding taxes
NONE should grudge the on-going revaluation of holding taxes by the Dhaka City Corporation (DCC). T
Small and medium enterprises can alleviate poverty
THE role and effectiveness of small and medium scale industries in the field of development of a cou
President Bush struggling to retain the lead
PRESIDENT George W Bush -- on a campaign trail -- told cheering supporters in Iowa that the lessons
News Watch
Minister seeks British help for road development
The country has sought assistance from the British government to construct a cable bridge over the S
NBR achieves VAT collection target
The collection of value added tax (VAT) by the National Board of Revenue (NBR) exceeded its target i
BTTB opens control room at central office
The Bangladesh Telegraph and Telephone Board (BTTB) has opened a control room to keep the telecommun
Govt takes adequate steps to tackle severe flood sweeping country: PM
Prime Minister Khaleda Zia Thursday said the government has taken adequate measures to tackle the se
Leaders ask AL to suspend hartal, stand beside flood victims
Leaders of different political parties and socio-cultural organisations urged Thursday Awami League
Budgetary allocation for edn declines in percentage
The total budgetary allocation for the education sector declined as per percentage of the total na
Price indices gain
The price indices on the Dhaka Stock Exchange (DSE) gained Thursday, as the gaining issues outnumber
Share prices rise
The price indices on the Chittagong Stock Exchange (CSE) rose Thursday, as the gainers outplayed the
US textile firms seek protection from China
WASHINGTON, July 22 (Reuters): Chief executives from more than 100 U.S. textile companies mounted a
Tigers take on Lankans today
Going down to India by eight wickets, Bangladesh are playing their second super league match in the
Serena dashes Daniilidou dream
CARSON, July 22 (Reuters) : Top seed Serena Williams struggled to overcome Eleni Daniilidou 6-1 7-
Brazil book final berth
LIMA, July 22 (AFP): Brazil, without their World Cup stars, proved their mettle in a penalty shoot-o

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