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Over 90,000 pilgrims left for Jeddah so far

Live Correspondent: A total of 90,409 hajj pilgrims left here for Saudi Arabia till this morning while around 36,000 pilgrims are waiting for leaving the country by August 27 to perform Hajj. "Till 8 am this morning, Biman carried 44,253 pilgrims and Saudia 46,156 pilgrims that totaled 90,409," Biman's General Manager (Public Relations) Shakil Meraj told BSS today. In the next 24 hours from... details

SC clears way for Gatco graft case trial against Khaleda Zia

Live Correspondent:  The Supreme Court on Monday cleared the way for a lower court to continue trial proceedings of the Gatco graft case against BNP Chairperson Khaleda Zia. The three-member bench of Appellate Division led by Chief Justice Surendra Kumar Sinha dismissed a leave to appeal filed by Khaleda Zia over the case. The Supreme Court concluded the hearing of the appeal on... details

‘Nayak Raj’ Razzak no more

Entertainment Live: Legendary Bangla movie star Abdur Razzak popularly known as "Nayak Raj Razzak" died of cardiac arrest at the city's United Hospital this evening. "Razzak was taken to the hospital at around 5.20 pm where the on-duty doctors declared him dead around 6.13pm," Dr Shagufa Anwar, communication director of United Hospital told. President Abdul Hamid and Prime Minister Sheikh... details

Apple under pressure to dazzle as market slows

IT Live:  As Apple and Samsung gear up to launch new flagship smartphones, the market leaders are seeking a wow factor that can help them fend off challenges from rising Chinese-based manufacturers. Apple is under particular pressure to dazzle as the culture-changing California iPhone maker looks for a way to maintain its image as an innovation leader in a global market showing signs of... details

Aryan & Suhana Khan spotted out and about in Mumbai

      Entertainment Live: Shah Rukh Khan and his son, Aryan, were spotted at the Mumbai airport in similar outfits, which sent the internet into a tizzy. The father-son duo, who are already compared to each other for their striking resemblance, wore matching black jackets and shades. They posed for the photographers and fans who were waiting for them outside the... details

Nahid urges students to materialize Bangabandhu’s ideology

Live Correspondent: Education Minister Nurul Islam Nahid today urged the students to work for materializing the ideology of Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman to make the country a 'Sonar Bangla'. "My aim is to implement the ideology of Bangabandhu... I would like to urge you (students) to work for implementing his ideology," he said while delivering a solo lecture at Dhaka... details

13th anniversary of Aug 21 grenade attacks tomorrow

Live Correspondent:  The nation with heavy hearts will observe the 13th anniversary of the gruesome August 21 grenade attack tomorrow with a renewed call for holding trials of perpetrators of the carnage. Although 13 years have been elapsed after the savage, the trial in the cases relating to the grenade attacks has not yet been disposed of, but the prosecution expressed their hope to... details

BD vs Aus, 1st Test: Mominul added to squad replacing Mosaddek

  Sports Live: Batsman Mominul Haque has been recalled to the Bangladesh squad for the first Test against Australia in place of Mosaddek Hossain, who is suffering from an eye infection. Mominul had been left out of the 14-member squad announced by the Bangladesh selectors on Saturday, but the decision to include him came after a lengthy discussion between the Bangladesh Cricket... details

Theresa May’s Brexit plans ridiculed as ‘foolish’ by former government legal chief

    Live Correspondent: Theresa May’s assertion that the UK can retain the benefits of the single market and customs union while breaking free of all European laws after Brexit has been mocked by the former chief of the Government’s legal services. It comes after the the Brexit department published a key position paper on the customs union last week, making clear... details

‘Can’t guarantee smooth journeys this Eid’

    Live Correspondent: Road Transport and Bridges Minister Obaidul Quader has said it will be difficult this time to ensure smooth journeys for homebound people during Eid-ul-Azha as devastating floods has damaged many roads. “Many roads and bridges damaged by the floods are yet to be reconstructed,” the minister said on Sunday after a meeting with his... details

Journos stage demo in Dhaka for 9th wage board

      Live Correspondent: Journalists staged a demonstration blocking a road in front of Jatiya Press Club in Dhaka on Sunday demanding formation of the ninth wage board. The journalists, covering their faces with black cloth, organised a rally in front of the press club under the banners of Dhaka Union of Journalists (DUJ). They demanded the removal of the... details

‘Flood-affected families to have food-assistance for 3 months’

  Live Correspondent: Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Sunday announced to give food assistance to the flood-affected families of the country for the next three months til the next batch of crops are harvested.   She also promised that the government will do everything possible to ensure their food, healthcare and other necessaries. “The flood-affected people’s... details

Govt to rebuild houses for flood victims: Maya

  Live Correspondent: Disaster Management and Relief Minister Mofazzal Hossain Chowdhury Maya today said the government would rebuild houses for the flood victims. "Relief operations would continue until receding of floodwaters," he told a relief distribution function on the premises of Pilot Government Primary School of Melandah upazila in Jamalpur district. The flood situation may... details