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Bangla Insider

Today in newspapers

Published on : 24 March 2019, 03:05 PM
Today in newspapers

Read Bangla Insider regularly to get the updates about the reports of the top national dailies of Bangladesh. Some of the important stories of the newspapers have been provided below for our readers:

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The Daily Star

Purbachal Project: CONCEPT lost on REVISIONS

Open space made to shrink; layout plan changed for fifth time to accommodate `influential people`; Rajuk moves to appeal against HC directive for no further change.

Set up a road safety authority

Govt committee helmed by Shajahan Khan recommends in its draft report

IS `caliphate` falls

US-allied Syria force takes last jihadist bastion; experts warn threats from the group remain

Banks` capital base shrinking fast

Their external trade at risk

Singer Bangladesh`s majority stakes change hands

Arçelik buys Retail Holdings Bhold`s 57pc stakes


Take unfit vehicles off the roads

No more empty promises

What are we doing to save our water sources?

Start with saving our rivers and wetlands


Death of the Ducsu Dream?

Badiuzzaman Bay

And what it means for our student politics

It is not the system but its misuse that is at fault

Ali Riaz

The ongoing Upazila elections, particularly the empty polling centres, have become a matter of internet trolls, a subject of ridicule, although everyone understands that an election is no laughing matter.  This sarcasm is obviously a sign of frustration. The media coverage of the two rounds of elections have shown not only empty polling centres, but in some cases, strolling animals were the only ones to be found there.

Post-Christchurch social reconstruction: Global the message, local the onus

Imtiaz A Hussain

It is not enough to alert the public of social cracks: how they can be repaired must be part and parcel of any de-constructing exercise.

Dhaka Tribune

Safety experts concerned by repeated security lapses at Dhaka airport

Lax security at the airport not only poses threats for passengers, but also negatively affects Bangladesh’s image in the international arena, the experts added.

No relief from filling up water bodies in Chittagong

According to law, an accused can be sentenced to either 5yrs of imprisonment or a fine of Tk50,000, or both

Icddrb develops app for reporting TB patients

A total 300 doctors are currently registered with the app, and the NTP plans to expand the number to 4,000 doctors this year


Unfit for duty

Unfit vehicles are a major reason behind road accidents


Love will always win over hate

Tasha Black

Now, Otautahi, Christchurch, is a city of a million flowers. A million tears. Of grief

Making cities more walkable

Ruth Dalton

Social interactions influence people’s choices about when and where to walk.

Who needs human rights education?

Muhammad Zamir

Each and every human being

Prothom Alo

Producing doctors violating the policy

Private medical education

Shishir Mondal

JP is returning to old trend

Selim Zahid


Anarchy on the highway

Ensure accountability of the authorities

Again the fear of river erosion

Prepare to save Naria

SAARC will not be doomed, it can emerge again

Special interview

Muchkund Dubey

It is natural for Bangladesh to be economically close with China. India has to admit that they cannot offer Bangladesh what China can.


We can eliminate tuberculosis

World Tuberculosis Day

Earl R. Miller

Tuberculosis is the most-deadly infectious disease in the world. It is an ancient disease, which originates from one type of bacteria.

Opportunity of creating new Pakistan ahead of Imran

 H G S Dhaliwal

Since entering into politics and being elected as the prime minister, the message of Imran Khan seems to be very clear and open. But now he has to do something that will clearly determine the fate of his country.

Kaler Kantho

Taking lease of aircraft trading interest established a kingdom of ravage

Masud Rumi

Ershad again in Rowshan`s grip!


Position on the Rohingya issue remains unchanged

Neighbors against creating pressure on Myanmar

Mehedi Hasan


A rare example of New Zealand

Take a global initiative to end the hatred

DUCSU becomes active

May Dhaka University flourish in practice


Revival of white supremacy and New Zealand killing

Abul Kashem Fazlul Haque

The void that resulted from failure of democracy, socialism, nationalism and internationalism has reinforced all the old reforms and beliefs. Racism is also getting revived.

How were the upazila elections?

Dr. Niaz Ahmad

We need to bring back voters’ confidence and make them interest in voting. When a voter thinks his/her vote is of no importance, the candidate thinks that he would not have to face accountability after winning the elections, and when everything will be tried to solve using political power, then the actual importance of the elections will lessen.

What should we do about country`s higher education?

Mamtajuddin Patwari

We must take into consideration the minimum environment for higher education available in other countries of the world. We are still much behind if we compare other countries in this case.

Bangladesh Pratidin

Metro rail services to begin in Dec

Works of line-6 undergoing fast, Uttara to Agargaon route to open in the first phase

Feud erupts in JP again

Ershad replaces GM Quader by Rowshan

Save rivers: Tulshiganga filled with water hyacinth

Tulshiganga river that once flowed through Naogaon is now dead.


Bangladesh is changing drastically

This positive change must be strengthened

Occupation and pollution of rivers

Be strict against the accused