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Bangladesh Daily Star


Shampa Reza is one of the established media personalities of Bangladesh. She is also one of more senior members of the industry. She's been working in the media world for more than a decade, and in that time, she has achieved an enormous success. Bangladesh Daily Star, 1 month ago

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Snowflakes in summer

SHAMPA BHATTACHARYA BRUWELEIT reflects on a white winter in Germany The thought of falling snowflakes in the context of today's South Australian climate is rather farfetched. Snow in the height of summer?! Nevertheless, I have chosen this ...
 Indian News Link1 month ago

15-day training programme begins in Rangamati

RANGAMATI, Feb 27 (BSS)- A 15-day training on learning and earning under outsourcing programme was inaugurated at Rangamati sadar upazila office on Thursday. Divisional Commissioner of Chittagong, Mohammad Abdullah inaugurated the ...
 Bangladesh Sangbad Sangstha3 days ago
Financial Express Bangladesh

9 held while going to India illegally thru\\\\\\' Sadipur border

:38:17 A A- A+ 9 held while going to India illegally thru' Sadipur border Border Guard Bangladesh (BGB) personnel detained nine Bangladeshi nationals, including two children, while going to India illegally through Sadipur border in Jessore ...
 Financial Express Bangladesh6 days ago

AL urges diplomats to convey atrocities to their govts

Prime minister Sheikh Hasina talks to victims of recent firebomb attacks at a programme organised by Awami League at National Museum in Dhaka on Tuesday. — Focusbangla photo The ruling Awami League on Tuesday urged foreign diplomats to convey ...
 New Age Bangladesh1 week ago

The many Rohtaks that go unreported

No one is quite sure what ailed her. "Mentally challenged", "retarded", "too quiet", "gum sum (lost)", "mentally upset (sic)", "not normal" and even "smiled too much" — are varyingly used by the family, the police and the neighbours to describe ...
 Times of India2 weeks ago

Finally, Dil-li Lives Up to Its Name

Last year, Delhi became the world's second-most populous city after Tokyo, with 25 million residents. (In case youre wondering, congested Mumbai is sixth on the list, with only(!) 21 million residents.) Some 300,000 outsiders arrive in Delhi every ...
 New Indian Express2 weeks ago
Indian News Link

New year party, senior style

Community buzurgs get up to their own kind of mischief to ring in the new year As one gets older the passing of each year has greater significance than in previous years. And the dawn of each new year feels like a distant milestone that has been ...
 Indian News Link2 weeks ago

Indo-BD train now bombed

A train on the Bangladesh-India railway now came under petrol-bomb attack while five more people died from fatal burns and in reported gunfights with security men since early hours of Sunday amid escalating political unrest. In another ...
 Financial Express Bangladesh3 weeks ago
Financial Express Bangladesh

8 injured in Dhaka crude bombs blasts

At least eight people have been injured in separate crude bomb blasts in the capital city of Dhaka on Sunday. Miscreants exploded a crude bomb in Teacher-Student Centre (TSC) area around 6:30pm, leaving three students--Tamanna, 20, Niaz Hasan, ...
 Dhaka Tribune3 weeks ago 7 hurt in city crude bomb blasts  Financial Express Bangladesh3 weeks ago
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