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Today in newspapers

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Published on : 20 March 2019, 02:22 PM
Today in newspapers

The Daily Star

Student`s blood stains road again

Bus runs over, kills him while he was crossing road; protesters block Pragati Sarani for 10 hours.

GDP growth may cross record 8pc

Says finance minister; economists say forecast inconsistent with revenue collection, exports

Road crashes on rise despite govt measures

Despite measures taken by the government following an unprecedented student movement for road safety, the numbers of road crashes and fatalities had increased last year compared to those of the previous year.

Trees felled to feed brick kiln

Unscrupulous traders cut down chambol, rain trees for use as fuel on Manpura Island.

3 Years into Tonu Murder: No progress yet in investigation

Three years have gone by and there is still no headway in solving the mystery behind the murder of Victoria College student Sohagi Jahan Tonu.

Bangladesh issues travel advisories for its citizens

Bangladesh has issued separate travel advisories warning for citizens travelling to Australia and New Zealand following the March 15 terror attacks in Christchurch that left five Bangladeshi origins brutally killed and three others injured.


Protect the rights of migrant workers

Bring brokers and recruiting agencies under a legal framework

Railway remains a neglected sector

Improve coverage, service


`Women hold up half the sky`

Abu Afsarul Haider

So why are we not investing in them?

This is how blockchain can radically reshape the future

Eresh Omar Jamal

Here`s what it presently tells us about human civilisation and the history of our social structures.

Christchurch: Why this is not an isolated terrorist attack

Amitava Kar

In the aftermath of the deadly attacks in New Zealand that caused global shock, it is important to explore the broader questions about the ideology behind these acts of terrorism.

Dhaka Tribune

Student’s death on Dhaka street rekindles road safety movement

Protesters issue an eight-point charter of demands

GDP growth to hit record 8.13% in 2018-19 fiscal year

The finance minister says the per capita income in the country has now risen to $1,909.

BUP students call for nationwide class boycott Wednesday

Students urged to take part in the movement with their identity cards

Why are the hills so bloody?

In the last 15 months, at least 58 people were killed violently in the hilly areas.

Where are the mysterious owners of Wahed Mansion?

Many probe bodies found the fire had originated from the warehouse storing cosmetics, especially spray canisters, on the first floor of the Haji Wahed Mansion.


Listening to the people

This is the kind of engagement and responsiveness we need from our elected officials.


Let us become friendlier with New Zealand

Syed Faiz Ahmed

New Zealand’s response to the attacks has been commendable

Don’t spread the hate

Bertie Vidgen

Social media platforms could stop the spread of hateful content in the aftermath of terror attacks.

The future of energy

Tanvir Ahmad

Why it is important to look to alternative sources

Prothom Alo

Student`s blood stains road again

Unsafe road: When the country is observing traffic week, a student was killed by a bus yesterday. Students protested at the spot all day long. Protest continues with new vigor from today.

3 Years into Tonu Murder case, accused yet to be identified

The family of Tonu alleges that the investigation has been stagnant for around a year. Protest, rallies and other programs will be observed in Cumilla today marking the murder of Tonu.

Road discipline limited to promises only

Stop reckless bus driving

The Transport Owners Association made five promises seven months ago to stop reckless bus movement. However, none of the promises were kept.


At what point does this fraternal fight end?

Another person dies in hills

Bhairab and Teka in distress

Stop occupation and pollution

Bangladesh Pratidin

Agitated students took to the streets  

University student dies in a bus accident, nobody accepted mayor’s assurance, VP Noor expresses solidarity with the protesters.

Record of unopposed contest

In upazila elections, 223 candidates were elected unopposed. Among them, 112 in the chairman, 52 in the vice chairman, and 59 in the women vice chairman positions were elected unopposed in 21 upazilas.

Drug trafficked to Middle East through aircraft

The reputation of the country is getting damaged abroad.  


Brushfire in the hills

Ensure punishment for the criminals

Let good sense grow in Exporters’ Association

Let the initiative to stop evil plan be successful 

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