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The Anti-Corruption Commission has pleaded for life term imprisonment for Khaleda Zia in an appeal to the High Court against the verdict sentencing BNP chief to five years in jail for corruption in Zia Orphanage Trust.


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Dhaka: The Executive Committee of the National Economic Council (Ecnec) on Tuesday approved 21 projects involving an overall cost of some Tk 19,779 crore. The approval came from the weekly Ecnec meeting held at NEC conference room here with Ecnec Chairperson and Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina in the chair, reports the UNB.


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Chattogram: Bangladesh have won the toss and elected to bowl first against visiting Zimbabwe in the second ODI of the three-match series at Zahur Ahmed Chowdhury Stadium in Chattogram on Wednesday.


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Sylhet: Jatiya Oikyafront senior leaders offered fateha at the shrines of Hazrat Shahjalal®, Shah Paran® and the grave of General MAG Osmani here before holding their maiden public rally in the city on Wednesday. Arriving here in the morning, BNP secretary general Mirza Fakhrul Islam Alamgir, standing committee members Khandaker Mosharraf Hossain, Moudud Ahmed, JSD president ASM Abdur Rob, its general secretary Abdul Malek Ratan, and Nagorik Oikya convener Mahmudur Rahman Manna, Sylhet City Mayor Ariful Haque Chowdhury went to the shrine of Hazrat Shahjalal ®.


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Experts on Twitter reacted swiftly and sharply to a photo released by the Saudi government showing Jamal Khashoggi’s son with a pained expression as he shook the hand of Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman.


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Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Wednesday urged the neighbouring countries to come forward to curb various maritime crimes as it is not possible to do that by a single country. ‘It’s not possible to curb these crimes by a single country... it’s possible to uproot these crimes through unified efforts and this is indispensable,’ she said


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Saudi Arabia signed deals worth $50 billion on Tuesday, showing it can still attract investment at a conference boycotted by Western politicians and global business chiefs after the killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi. The Saudi cabinet, after a meeting headed by King Salman on the same day, promised to hold to account those who where responsible for Khashoggi’s death and those who “failed in their duties” in the case that has provoked an international furor and strained ties between Riyadh and the West.


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Newly elected mayor of Barishal City Corporation Serniabat Sadiq Abdullah take oath as Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina administer the oath at a ceremony at Shapla Hall on Monday. Dhaka: Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Monday asked the public representatives to work for the welfare of people, not for making own fortune. ‘You’re elected representatives. People cast votes for you. You’ll have to evaluate every voter. You’ll have to be sincere so that all can enjoy civic amenities,’ she added.


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A speedy train ran over a crowd watching fireworks during a religious festival in northern India on Friday evening, killing at least 60 people and injuring dozens more, police said. The train failed to stop after the accident on the outskirts of Amritsar, a city in Punjab state, said the state governing Congress party politician, Pratap Singh Bajwa. Railway police officer Sukhwinder Singh said Saturday morning that the death toll had risen to 60. Another 50 people have been injured and hospitalized.


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The 17th parliamentary elections of India is knocking at the door. The election is scheduled to be held in April-May 2019. All necessary exercises are being undertaken by all relevant political dispensations based all around India to gain form foothold in the Indian political scenario. There is no clear cut agenda focused upon by the vast numbers of electorates, thereby the common people of the country are kept in utter quandary.


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Crunchy and tasty, yes, but could carrots also strengthen cement and cut carbon dioxide emissions for the building industry? A group of researchers at Britain's Lancaster University has been using a household food blender to mix particles from the root vegetable with concrete to see if they can produce a stronger and more environmentally sound product.


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People who commute -- walking or cycling -- through natural environments are more likely to develop better mental health than those who commute less, according to a new study. Natural environments included all public and private outdoor spaces that contain 'green' and/or 'blue' natural elements such as street trees, forests, city parks and natural parks/reserves and all types of water bodies.


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Bitcoin may be the fraud of the century, depending on whom you believe, or it could be a gold mine for early adopters. Adventurous investors have already bought into the virtual currency and Wall Street is laying the groundwork for more wealth to flow into the cryptocurrency. But nobody can say how big (or small) the bitcoin story will ultimately become.


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Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has called Mainul Hosein “an agent of the 1971 Pakistani forces” and said he is “no less responsible” for the killing of martyred journalist Serajuddin Hossain. Mainul, a former adviser to the military-controlled caretaker government, also “murdered a person” in The Daily Ittefaq and “tried to frame Mainul’s brother over the murder”, she alleges.


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Each morning, Jamal Khashoggi would check his phone to discover what fresh hell had been unleashed while he was sleeping. He would see the work of an army of Twitter trolls, ordered to attack him and other influential Saudis who had criticised the kingdom’s leaders. He sometimes took the attacks personally, so friends made a point of calling frequently to check on his mental state.


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The US State Department apparently has no idea who Dr Kamal Hossain is, contrary to what many perceive in Bangladesh. Visiting Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary of the US administration Alice Wells checked with Ambassador Mercia Bernicat sitting beside her while she was responding to a question about him at a briefing in Dhaka on Monday.


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US President Donald Trump said on Monday that he was still not satisfied with what he has heard from Saudi Arabia about the killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi in Turkey, but did not want to lose investment from Riyadh.


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He ran social media for Saudi Arabia's crown prince. He masterminded the arrest of hundreds of his country's elite. He detained a Lebanese prime minister. And, according to two intelligence sources, he ran journalist Jamal Khashoggi's brutal killing at the Saudi consulate in Istanbul by giving orders over Skype.


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Police have arrested Mainul Hosein, a former adviser to the military-controlled caretaker government, in a case over his remarks on TV ‘defaming’ journalist Masuda Bhatti. Mainul was detained from Jatiya Samajtantrik Dal-JSD President ASM Abdur Rab’s home in Dhaka’s Uttara on Monday night, police said. The case against Mainul was started in Rangpur and a court there issued a warrant for his arrest, said Mahbub Alam, a joint commissioner at Dhaka Metropolitan Police’s Detective Branch.


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The news media in the Western world remain dominated by newspapers, magazines and broadcasters still known as the mainstream. The most vivid proof of their continued reign over public opinion is in the figure of US President Donald Trump, whose repeated attacks on “failing” publications like the New York Times and the Washington Post as “enemies of the people” is a backhanded tribute to their continued power. Still, the dominance of the old media is under threat from the new. Trump has more than 55 million followers on Twitter, which he uses as his personal


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Police and workers at a garment factory have clashed during a demonstration to demand back pay in Narayanganj’s Sidhirganj. At least 50 people have been injured on Monday after clashes between police and employees of ‘Soad Fashions’ in the Adamjee EPZ. The Narayanganj-Adamjee-Demra road had been blocked by the workers’ demonstration for two hours from 9am. The agitated workers set a covered van on fire during the protest. Soad Fashions employees occupied the Narayanganj-Adamjee-Demra road around 7am to


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One of the world is biggest tobacco firms, Philip Morris, has been accused of "staggering hypocrisy" over its new ad campaign that urges smokers to quit, reports BBC. The Marlboro maker said the move was "an important next step" in its aim to "ultimately stop selling cigarettes". But Cancer Research said the firm was simply trying to promote its smoking alternatives, such as heated tobacco.


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Turkish officials have been leaking lurid details for weeks about the assassination and reported dismemberment of Saudi dissident Jamal Khashoggi in the kingdom’s consulate in Istanbul. But President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, keen to maintain good relations with Saudi Arabia, has until now mostly held his tongue. On Sunday, Erdogan broke his silence, promising that within 48 hours he would remove the lid completely from what his spokesmen are now calling a Saudi cover-up.


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The Dr Kamal Hossain-led Jatiya Oikya Front is dispatching a letter to the government calling for talks before the schedule for the 11th parliamentary elections is announced.Jatiya Samajtantrik Dal-JSD President ASM Abdur Rab revealed the alliance’s decision after a meeting in Dhaka on Sunday. Earlier in the day, the government announced Nov 1 as the date for meeting between the Election Commission and the president, where the commission will formally inform Md Abdul Hamid about the progress in fixing the schedule likely to be announced in the first week of that month.


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WASHINGTON — The Trump administration is considering narrowly defining gender as a biological, immutable condition determined by genitalia at birth, the most drastic move yet in a governmentwide effort to roll back recognition and protections of transgender people under federal civil rights law. A series of decisions by the Obama administration loosened the legal concept of gender in federal programs, including in education and health care, recognising gender largely as an individual’s choice and not determined by the sex assigned at birth. The policy prompted fights


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PRAN is displaying over 500 products at the SIAL Food Fair in Paris. The five-day fair at the Nord Villepinte Exhibition Centre, which features 7,000 exhibitors from 109 countries, began on Oct 21 and will run until Oct 25. The Bangladesh-based group is exhibiting a range of products, including juice and beverages, confectionaries, snacks, biscuits and baked goods, culinary goods, spices and frozen foods at two stalls.


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President Donald Trump said Washington will exit the Cold-War era treaty that eliminated a class of nuclear weapons due to Russian violations, triggering a warning of retaliatory measures from Moscow. The Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces Treaty, negotiated by then-President Ronald Reagan and Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev in 1987, required elimination of short-range and intermediate-range nuclear and conventional missiles by both countries. Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Sergei Ryabkov said on Sunday that a unilateral US withdrawal would be “very dangerous” and


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BNP leader Moudud Ahmed says his party will scrap the Digital Security Act and Broadcast Policy drafted by the present government in the first seven days if it assumes power in future. “The newspapers and other media outlets won’t be able to work independently due to the laws. They have gagged the media. Freedom of speech, which happens to be our constitutional right, has been snatched away,” Moudud said during a protest on Saturday. The Jatiyatabadi Mohila Dal organised a human chain at the National Press Club in Dhaka to protest the sentencing of Tarique Rahman


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Opener Imrul Kayes has scored an ODI career-best of 144 helping Bangladesh to a substantial total of 271-8 after a shaky start and sudden shocks in their first match against Zimbabwe. Zimbabwe is Tendai Chatara picked up the wickets of Liton Das and Fazle Mahmud in the sixth over to leave the Tigers at 17-2. But opener Imrul Kayes and Mishfiqur Rahim began to rebuild, only for Mushfiq to be dismissed in the 15th over. Imrul reached his half-century in the 20th over and continued on with the help of Mohammad Mithun.


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Pakistan stunned India by scoring first but Harendra Singh's men rallied to push three past their opponents. India continued its dominance over arch-rivals Pakistan with a 3-1 win to register their second consecutive win at the Asian Champions Trophy hockey tournament here on Saturday.

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