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HEADLINE
BB for giving hundi business stamp of approval
The Bangladesh Bank's Policy Analysis Unit (PAU) has recommended legalisation of hundi business by
 
Aman plantation suffers amidst insufficient rains
The prevailing drought is taking its toll on the cultivation of 'aman' crop across the country, agri
 
No information about al-Qaeda presence in Bangladesh: US
The United States has said it does not have any specific information about al-Qaeda network's presen
 
POLITICS & POLICIES
Prime Minister returns home after attending OIC meeting
Prime Minister Khaleda Zia returned home Thursday night after attending a one-day emergency executiv
 
Hasina for transparent ballot boxes to ensure free, fair and credible polls
Leader of the Opposition and Awami League President Sheikh Hasina has demanded transparent ballot bo
 
Demonstrators condemn Israeli aggression in Lebanon, Palestine
Hundreds of Muslims Friday held angry demonstrations in the city against brutal Israeli attacks in L
 
METRO/COUNTRY
Fertiliser smuggling to Myanmar on rise
NOAKHALI, Aug 4 (BDNEWS): Fertiliser smuggling to Myanmar through Companyganj Upazila has increased
 
Dilapidated roads in Bagmara UZ create difficulty for vehicular movement
RAJSHAHI, Aug 4 (UNB): People in Bagmara Upazila, who have faced ordeals of political and religious
 
Four state-owned banks disburse Tk 1.09b agri loans in Comilla
COMILLA, Aug 4 (UNB): Four state-owned banks disbursed Tk 1.09 billion (109.03 crore) agricultural l
 
EDITORIAL
Highway to Kunming through Mandaley
While a resurgent Asia presses ahead-- with Bangladesh also counted in some quarters like Goldman Sa
 
Why not explore alternative paths for oil import?
TO say that the government is not in a fiasco will be less than honest and far less than accurate. W
 
Japan sees first land price rise in 14 years
Data released recently by the National Tax Agency also showed that price gains were spread across To
 
MISCELLANY
Informal trade in South Asia
SOUTH Asia is one of the poorest regions of the world and greater percentage of its population lives
 
Recalling Brojen Das our legendary hero in swimming
During the period from 9th June to 9th July, 2006, millions of Bangladeshi sports lovers witnessed t
 
LETTER TO EDITOR
Costlier reconditioned cars
It is a very common experience in our country that consumers could never enjoy the full benefit of a
 
Closure of BUET
FROM our childhood we had an idea that the Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology (BUET
 
Educating urban working children
IT is appreciable that more than 1800 learning centres have already been set up to impart basic educ
 
COMPANIES & FINANCE
Prices of edible oil rise further
Prices of edible oil increased further and price of green chilli declined while the prices of other
 
Standard Bank holds managers' conference
The half-yearly managers' conference-2006 of Standard Bank Limited (SBL) was held at a city hotel re
 
Prices of construction materials go up in Ctg
CHITTAGONG, Aug 04: Despite having abundant supply of construction materials in the markets, prices
 
SPORTS
Strydom stars in series-clinching triumph against Tigers
Parsimonious spells from Prosper Utseya and Hamilton Masakadza combined with Gregory Strydom's hard-
 
Pietersen makes his mark after reprieves
Kevin Pietersen lived a charmed life on the first day at Headingley and holds the key to the balance
 
Hewitt advances to Washington quarters
WASHINGTON, Aug 4 (AFP): Australian third seed Lleyton Hewitt reached the quarter-finals of the 600,
 
WORLD
Bridge bombing paralyses Lebanon aid pipeline, five civilians killed
BEIRUT, Aug 4 (Reuters): Israel's overnight bombing of highway bridges in northern Lebanon and strik
 
US troops kill three protesters, bomb kills 12 in Iraq
BAGHDAD, Aug 4 (AP): Thousands of Shiite youths, some armed, headed into Iraq's capital for a pro-He
 
10 Palestinians killed in two days
GAZA CITY, Aug 4 (AP): Israeli forces were conducting house-to-house searches in the southern Gaza S
 
 

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