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Indian Border Security Force beat up a Bangladeshi cattle trader along Benapole frontier in Sharsha upazila of Jessore and took him to Indian territory early today.
Siliguri, Aug. 27: Two persons died from Acute Encephalitis Syndrome at North Bengal Medical College and Hospital here in the past 48 hours, taking the Encephalitis death toll in the region since January to 174.
Unidentified assailants slit the throat of the chief imam of the Supreme Court mosque and a presenter of Islamic programmes in two private television channels at his East Rajabazar house in the capital last night.
India's tyre giant CEAT aims to export back at least 30 percent of the products to be manufactured at its plant in Mymensingh, taking advantage of the duty benefits the neighbouring country has extended to Bangladesh.
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The Honourable State Minister, Ministry of Finance and Ministry of Planning, M.A. Mannan MP, today launched the Bangladesh Poverty Maps 2010 .
In this August 26 Star photo, locals rush to the bank of Meghna after a clinker-laden cargo vessel capsizes in the river in Chandpur.
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Around 20 people have been learnt primarily infected with anthrax in Ullahpara upazila of Sirajganj, according to the local health complex.
Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has expressed a "very positive" attitude to Indian proposals of allowing Ashuganj River Port of her country as a port of call and introduction of Agartala-Kolkata direct bus servive via Dhaka, a Tripura minister has said.
A warship of Bangladesh Navy caught fire at Chittagong port this afternoon. The fire originated around 2:00pm from the kitchen of the ship -- BNS Omar Faroque, the Bangla daily Prothom Alo reports quoting sources at the navy, port and fire service.
A LAUGHABLE EFFORT A few workers try to wiggle iron rods while two small diggers find it difficult to reach the illegal wall an encroacher built in the river Turag.
Heavy flooding across Bangladesh has forced thousands of people from their homes and caused severe damage to crops, with officials warning the situation could worsen as floodwaters poured into the capital, Dhaka.
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Solaric Managing Director Didar Islam briefs US Ambassador Dan Mozena on the motherboard of a solar optimiser, a key component of solar home systems, during the envoy's visit to the Solaric factory in Bhatara, Dhaka yesterday.
The chief of Tuba Group is seeking a BDT300m government loan to reopen his five apparel factories, which were forced to suspend production earlier this month.
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