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HEADLINE
India seeks evidence from Bangladesh
India has expressed concern over the allegation raised by Bangladesh on the encroachment on latter's
 
Bangladesh may emerge as middle-income state by 2020
Asian Development Bank (ADB) country director Hua Du Monday said Bangladesh could emerge as a middle
 
FDI inflow rises by 83.6pc in 2005
Bangladesh received foreign direct investment (FDI) worth US $845.3 million in calendar 2005, up by
 
POLITICS & POLICIES
Govt yet to take any step to bring teachers back into classrooms
The government is yet to take any effective step to bring the striking non-government teachers back
 
Political parties urged to show tolerance during opposition's road march
Security experts have urged the political parties to show tolerance and patience if there are any su
 
SC seeks relative chart of govt committed anomalies
The Supreme Court (SC) has asked the intervener of the separation of the judiciary case to submit th
 
METRO/COUNTRY
Officials asked to promote salt production
Industries Minister Matiur Rahman Nizami Monday asked the concerned officials to encourage salt prod
 
Outdated radar controls air traffic at ZIA
Air-traffic control at Zia International Airport (ZIA) depends solely on an 'outdated' radar that o
 
Road mishaps claim five lives
Five people were killed in separate road accidents since Saturday last in Comilla, Manikganj and Bar
 
EDITORIAL
OMS of rice: A good move butů
THE prices of essential commodities have been behaving rather erratically for about two years. There
 
Looking beyond one's familiar setting
Mr. Carlos Eduardo Mena, the vice minister of economy and executive vice president of foreign inves
 
Reducing gap between import and export
THE country has a long record of trade deficit. Despite efforts to reduce the gap, it has been obser
 
MISCELLANY
God and arrogant democracies
THE Israeli Justice Minister of the time -- Yosef Lapid, following the demolition of Palestinian hom
 
Ban on Umrah Hajj visa applications for single men below 40
WE grow up hearing umpteen times that somebody has been to Saudi Arabia on a paid government trip an
 
Rural poverty alleviation
POVERTY has manifold expressions, many dimensions and various roots. According to this concept, pove
 
LETTER TO EDITOR
Israeli atrocities and world media
IN front of your TV set, watching eagerly BBC or CNN -- the international visual news channels of de
 
Debate on funds for voters' list
Time is running out fast. The voters' list update work has begun. In such a situation, the finance m
 
COMPANIES & FINANCE
Joint committee of bourses agrees to seek SEC nod on Saturday trading
A joint committee of Dhaka Stock Exchange (DSE) and Chittagong Stock Exchange (CSE) Monday agreed to
 
CBC opens new branch in Sylhet
Commercial Bank of Ceylon (CBC) has recently opened its new branch in Sylhet's 982 Dargah Gate to of
 
Fund constraint forces DCC to drop abattoir project
The Dhaka City Corporation (DCC) has finally dropped the project of constructing a 12-storey modern
 
BUSINESS/FINANCE
WTO heavyweights make no progress in Doha Round meeting
GENEVA, July 24 (AFP): Key negotiators have made no progress as they try to bridge persistent differ
 
Chinese economy grows alarmingly high 10.9pc in H1
BEIJING, July 24 (CEIS): China's economy surged a year-on-year 10.9 per cent in the first half of 20
 
RBI poised to raise rates to tame prices
MUMBAI, July 24 (AFP): Surging credit demand and rising prices will prompt the Reserve Bank of India
 
MARKET & COMMODITIES
Oil prices easier in Asian trade
SINGAPORE, July 24 (AFP): Oil prices were easier in Asian trade today after the weekend brought no m
 
Aman cultivation at risk in Chapainawabganj
CHAPAINAWABGANJ, July 24 (BDNEWS): The cultivation of Aman paddy is at risk at Radhanagar union unde
 
MTBL organises half-yearly conference
The half-yearly conference of the branch managers and executives of Mutual Trust Bank Limited (MTBL)
 
SPORTS
Four more teams reach zonal semis
Four more teams - Comilla, Dhaka, Kushtia and Barisal DSAs -- advanced to the zonal semifinal of the
 
England desire has gone: Waugh
Steve Waugh says England have lost their edge after winning the Ashes, reports BBC. England, who f
 
the most popular sport
Gleaned from the net: The offences that constitute a foul are listed in Law 12. Handling the ball,
 
WORLD
Heavy fighting reported in southern Lebanon
BEIRUT, July 24 (BBC): Condolizza Rice is expected to meet Lebanese leaders, including PM Fouad Sini
 
California heatwave leaves thousands in LA without power
LOS ANGELES, July 24 (AFP): A scorching heatwave in California has pushed the power grid to the brea
 
Dhaka meet a chance to discuss future of Indo-Pak talks: Kasuri
ISLAMABAD, July 24 (PTI): With the Indo-Pak dialogue process hitting a road block in the wake of the
 
 

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