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Happy Birthday, Mustafizur Rahman!

Mustafizur Rahman (born on September 6, 1995), popularly known as “The Fizz” and “Cutter Master”, is a left arm pace bowler of Bangladesh National Cricket Team. He has played nine ODI matches so far. But with his amazing talent he already has managed to draw the attention of the cricket lovers across the world. He has taken the most wickets (13) in a debut ODI series. He is the first player to win the ‘Man ...

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DU among bottom 300 in QS World University rankings

Only one university from Bangladesh, University of Dhaka, has made it to the latest QS World University Rankings, but that too at a very low rank. Among the 936 universities ranked, DU made it among the bottom 300, according the ranking published today. Among the 14 Indian universities that have made it to the list, Indian Institute of Science (IISc) Bangalore ranks top being placed at 152nd position, follo ...

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Bangladesh end with perfect record after 4-0 win over UAE

Hosts Bangladesh capped off their AFC U-16 Championship Qualifiers campaign with a comfortable 4-0 victory against the United Arab Emirates at the Bangabandhu National Stadium today to top Group C with maximum 15 points from five matches. Skipper Krishna Rani scored at the start of both halves of the game that began at 11:00 am--taking her tally to eight goals in the campaign -- before Anuching Mogini score ...

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6-day Eid holiday from Sep 9

In a bid to extend Eid-ul-Azha vacation for civil servants, the government has declared September 11 a holiday – totaling a six-day vacation starting from this Friday. Offices, instead, will be open on Saturday, September 24. The move came hours after government discussed the prospect of declaring September 11 and 15 holidays to make a straight nine-day vacation for civil servants. September 11 has been mad ...

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AFC U16 Football: BD girls beat Chinese Taipei 4-2, reach final round

Bangladesh U16 girls have unlocked new record becoming the Champion of ‘Group C’ in the AFC U16 Championship qualifiers. The emerging young girls of Bangladesh football have beaten Chinese Taipei by 4-2 in the group match of the competition. The Chinese Taipei, however, started well taking an early lead at the Bangabandhu National Stadium in Dhaka. But the home side came back strongly netting twice in the f ...

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Mastermind of publisher Dipan murder held: Police

The mastermind of the murder of publisher Faisal Arefin Dipan and the attempted murder of another publisher Ahmedur Rashid Tutul have been detained, claimed the police. According to a short message service (SMS) released by Dhaka Metropolitan Police on Sunday morning, the law enforcers detained Abdus Sabur alias Raju alias Samad alias Shujon from Tongi Railway Station area on Saturday night. DMP Deputy Comm ...

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Hridoy Khan’s New Venture

Popular singer-songwriter Hridoy Khan has opened a restaurant named “Gyro House”. The inauguration ceremony took place recently which included the presence of noted singers such as Habib Wahid, Balam, Minar, Milon Mahmud and many others. The singer mentioned that he wanted to get involved in this venture earlier but could not do so due to his singing commitments. It took a bit of effort initially, but event ...

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Media reports on Farakka water ‘misleading’: India

India has termed the media reports on release of water from Farakka Barrage contributing to floods in Bangladesh as “erroneous” and “misleading”. “The Ministry of Water Resources of India has clarified that the Gates of Farakka Barrage are operated to smoothly pass the flows of Ganga (Ganges) river. The Farakka barrage gates remain open during the monsoon for smooth passage of flows of Ganga river which is ...

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Declare Halda as national river

Green activists have urged the government to declare Halda, one of the world's major natural sweet water fish breeding spots, as the national river of Bangladesh. At a discussion on Chittagong on Friday, the members of a civic focum demanded to stop any construction that hinders flow of the river water and find out alternative source for irrigation in order to check pollution of the river. Halda is now in a ...

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US rapist student released

A student at a top US university whose six-month jail sentence for sexually assaulting an unconscious woman in 2015 was widely criticised for being too lenient has been released from prison. Brock Turner, 21, who was a swimming champion, assaulted the woman outside a Stanford University fraternity house, reports BBC. He was freed from the Santa Clara County Main Jail in San Jose, California, after serving t ...

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