BNP announces protests for Thursday after court jails Tarique Rahman for life

The BNP will hold protests on Thursday and a black-flag procession on Sunday to condemn the jailing of its acting chief Tarique Rahman in the 2004 grenade attack. A Dhaka court

Amazon scraps secret AI recruiting tool that showed bias against women

Amazon.com Inc is machine-learning specialists uncovered a big problem: their new recruiting engine did not like women. The team had been building computer programmes since 2014

Why you can not stop looking at other people is screens

Other people is screens are everywhere, once you start to notice them. They are collectively most obvious at night, as they bob through the city, creating a new, hand-height layer

Record-breaking Hurricane Michael batters Florida Panhandle

Hurricane Michael, the fiercest storm to hit Florida in 80 years and the third-most powerful ever to strike the US mainland, battered the state's Gulf coast with roof-shredding

Bangladesh beats India in WB is human capital rankings; Sri Lanka shines even brighter

The World Bank Group unveiled a new system on Thursday to rank countries based on their success in developing human capital, an effort to prod governments to invest more

River vessels resume services as Cyclone Titli weakens

Water transports on the domestic routes have resumed services after a 21-hour pause as Cyclone Titli weakened after crossing the Odisha coast in India. Bangladesh Meteorological

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