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HEADLINE
Diesel consumption rises by 30pc due to drought in N region
The consumption of diesel in the country has gone up by around 30 per cent over the last couple of w
 
Power Div moves to halt installation of rental power plants
The Power Division has taken steps to halt installation of the proposed rental power plants that, th
 
ADB to fund study for developing 18 transport corridors
The government plans to conduct a study for developing 18 transport corridors and facilities to capi
 
POLITICS & POLICIES
Developing countries need support for making drugs available at cheaper prices: Khaleda
Prime Minister (PM) Khaleda Zia said the developing countries need support in evolving new technolog
 
Jamaat has strength to contest elections alone
Jamaat-e-Islami Bangladesh, seemingly disenchanted with Jatiya Party (JP) Chairman Ershad's possible
 
AL to pay tribute today to victims of Aug 21 carnage
The main opposition Awami League (AL) will observe various programmes to pay tribute to the victims
 
METRO/COUNTRY
Drought hits cultivation
LALMONIRHAT, Aug 20 (BDNEWS): Cultivation in Lalmonirhat district is being severely affected by a se
 
Weaving industry in Roumari making strong come back
RANGPUR, Aug 19 (BSS): After nearly five decades of oblivion, the weaving industry in Roumari Upazil
 
10 killed in separate incidents
Ten persons were killed and many others injured in separate incidents in different parts of the coun
 
OPINIONS & VIEWS
Making local businesses aware of dumping
THE move by the ministry of commerce to form a committee to deal with the ways and means of filing c
 
Fuel oil prices and fiscal management
IMMEDIATELY after the presentation of the national budget for the fiscal 2006-07 by Finance Minister
 
Pakistan's double win over terror
PAKISTANI intelligence agencies and jihadist circles are unanimous that the Pakistanis arrested rece
 
MISCELLANY
New approach to Middle-East peace necessary
ON launching the military attack on Lebanon following the capture of two of his country's soldiers b
 
United by a common thread
I have never met Ist Lt. Ehren Watada in my life, or his father. Yet his actions, to refuse to go t
 
The curse of the parochial view
THE Bank of England increase in its official rate paid on commercial bank reserves to 4.75 per cent
 
LETTER TO EDITOR
Drug issues
IT is necessary for the government to regulate drug prices. The companies, under the free market, ma
 
Environmental hazards
The city of Dhaka is gradually becoming a city of bricks and hoardings due to unplanned construction
 
Computer in police stations
The police in Bangladesh presently spend a great deal of their time in writing diaries of cases and
 
COMPANIES & FINANCE
BSLSPF demands immediate scrapping of newly issued SRO
The Bangladesh Shipping and Logistic Service Providers Forum (BSLSPF) Sunday said that the freight f
 
N Korean health minister visits Beximco Pharma plant in Tongi
North Korean Public Health Minister Kim Su Hak visited the pharmaceutical plant of Beximco in Tongi
 
FBCCI to hold trade fair in UK in Nov
The Federation of Bangladesh Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FBCCI) is going to organise a three-
 
BUSINESS/FINANCE
ASEAN holds economic meet amid pressure to combat China, India
KUALA LUMPUR, Aug 20 (AFP): Southeast Asian economic ministers meet here this week under pressure to
 
10 teams take part in inter-varsity business debate competition
The Department of Management Studies under University of Dhaka (DU) became champion in "Inter Univer
 
Current eurozone economic boom as good as it gets: economists
BRUSSELS, Aug 20 (AFP): The eurozone economy is booming, but the good times may prove to be shortliv
 
MARKET & COMMODITIES
Gold investors take fright in wild Central Asia
MOSCOW, Aug 20 (AFP): As US gold giant Newmont battles to save its operation in the deserts of weste
 
Alap to provide network communication service for City Bank
Alap Communication Ltd recently signed an agreement with The City Bank, a leading bank in the countr
 
IIUC offers MBA for women professionals
International Islamic University Chittagong's (IIUC) Dhaka Campus is offering MBA (evening) programm
 
SPORTS
Roni wins silver in 100 metre breaststroke
COLOMBO, Aug 20 (BSS): Shahjahan Ali Roni won silver in the 100 metre breaststroke in the 10th South
 
Women win but menís team lose in kabaddi
COLOMBO, Aug 20 (BSS): Bangladesh suffered a 13-15 points defeat against Pakistan in the men's Kabad
 
Mizan wins bronze in 77 kg
COLOMBO, Aug 20 (BSS): Mizanur Rahman of Bangladesh won bronze in the 77 kg weight category weightli
 
WORLD
Indonesia confirms 46th bird flu death, probes possible
JAKARTA, Aug 20 (AFP): A 35-year-old woman was Indonesia's 46th bird flu death, health authorities s
 
Second day of protests against fuel price rise cripples Nepal capital
KATHMANDU, Aug 20 (AFP): Protestors burnt tyres and disrupted traffic for a second day in Nepal's ca
 
Iran tests short-range missile
TEHRAN, Aug 20 (AP): Iran test-fired Sunday a surface-to-surface short-range missile a day after its
 
 

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