One dengue death in 24 hours, 896 hospitalised

One dengue patient died in a hospital in Dhaka in the last 24 hours till this morning

One more arrested over attack on Hero Alom

10 people so far arrested following the assault on the independent candidate during the Dhaka-17 by-polls

BNP is conspiring to sabotage the election: Quader

Awami League General Secretary Obaidul Quader today reiterated that the upcoming general election will be held as per the provision of the constitution

Jubo League to hold rally in Dhaka to protest murder of Narail activist

Bangladesh Awami Jubo League will organise a procession and rally in Dhaka today protesting the killing of its activist in Narail's Kalia upazila

Armed man arrested after trying to enter Mamata's house

A man was arrested by police today for allegedly trying to enter West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee's residence with weapons in his car in Kalighat of south Kolkata, India

2 girls drown in Padma river in Chapainawabganj

Two girls drowned in the Padma river in Sadar upazila of Chapainawabganj today

Batting the main concern for Tigresses 

Batting remains the biggest area of concern for Bangladesh as they will be eyeing to register their maiden ODI series win over India when the two sides will lock horns in the third and series-deciding ODI at the Sher-e-Bangla National Cricket Stadium in Mirpur on Saturday.

Covid: Country reports one more death, 32 cases

Bangladesh reported one more Covid-19-linked death and 32 fresh cases in 24 hours till today morning

Tech titans promise watermarks to expose AI creations

The White House said Friday that OpenAI and others in the artificial intelligence race have committed to making their technology safer with features such as watermarks on fabricated images.

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India A set Bangladesh A 212-run target in Emerging Asia Cup

India A managed to post a target of 212 runs against Bangladesh A in their semifinal encounter of the ACC Emerging Asia Cup at the R.Premadasa Stadium in Colombo, Sri Lanka on Friday.

Donnarumma 'tied up' during break-in at Paris home: source

PSG and Italy goalkeeper Gianluigi Donnarumma was tied up during an armed robbery at his Paris home and was treated in hospital afterwards, a source close to the investigation told AFP on Friday.

Rice prices set to climb further after India export ban, trade at standstill

Asian rice trade paused on Friday to digest the previous day's ban by India, by far the world's biggest supplier, of a major share of its exports of the staple, with prices expected to climb substantially in coming days, three traders said.

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Manipur sexual assault: 4 main accused arrested

Four persons, including a man who was part of the mob that paraded two women naked in Kangpokpi district of Manipur and was seen dragging one of them, were arrested yesterday as the incident continued to evoke outrage across India.

Mohakhali DNCC Hospital: Taking on the dengue challenge

It is the only hospital in the country that was declared by the government to be for dengue patients

Development spending falls

The government managed to spend 84.16 per cent of its development budget in the just-concluded fiscal year, way lower than its averages in recent decades, official figures showed yesterday.

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Heavy traffic jam in Dhaka as AL-BNP hold rallies

On the second day, the capital witnessed traffic jams in several areas due to the rallies and counter-rallies of the BNP and Awami League. This further worsened the plight of commuters today

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Positive approach again pays dividends for England

England's unwavering commitment to playing attacking cricket without fear under captain Ben Stokes and coach Brendan McCullum was once again vindicated on Thursday when the hosts took control of the fourth Ashes test against Australia.

Kohli puts India on top on Day 1 of second West Indies Test

Virat Kohli and Ravindra Jadeja combined in an unbroken century partnership for India to regain the ascendancy over West Indies at 288 for four at stumps on Thursday, the opening day of the second and final Test.

Dengue fever: 9 more die; 1,755 hospitalised

With the new fatalities, the total number of deaths this year rose to 155