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幸运奥五开奖结果查询: Yunus the ‘guilty’, let facts speak

奥州幸运5官方网站 For the last 15 years and more, Prof Yunus has been accused, judged and found guilty by the highest echelon of Bangladesh’s power structure.

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Armed forces deployed ahead of Jan 7 polls

Members of the armed forces have been deployed today across the country to assist the local civil administration in holding the January 7 national election in a free, fair, and peaceful manner

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Yunus is our national asset but he committed crimes: foreign minister

Foreign Minister AK Abdul Momen said Nobel Laureate Prof Muhammad Yunus is a national asset, but he has been punished for his criminal activities

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澳洲体彩5开奖结果 Tetulia of Panchagarh district, this morning, recorded this winter's lowest temperature so far in the country at 7.4 degrees Celsius

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South Africa opt to bat in Elgar's final Test

South Africa captain Dean Elgar won the toss and elected to bat first in the second and final Test against India amid glorious sunshine at Newlands on Wednesday as the hosts seek a series sweep against the top ranked side in the world.

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幸运10彩历史结果号码查询网 Small businesses in 2023 faced substantial hardships amidst prevalent inflationary pressure of the country

Export, remittance earnings limp along

Export and remittance sectors suffered disappointments in 2023, looking desperately for solutions this year

Maersk extends suspension of Red Sea passage

Shipping giant Maersk said on Tuesday it would not resume passage through a key Red Sea strait "until further notice,"

Agent banking losing steam with banks opening more sub-branches

Sub-branches are the priority for banks now, replacing agent banking in bringing banking services efficiently to people

IMF's Georgieva says Americans should 'cheer up' about falling inflation

IMF's managing director Kristalina Georgieva is hopeful about the US economy as inflation declines further

澳洲行运10查询开奖历史号码体彩 2024年全年幸运十开奖记录历史 Business at ICDs dropped in 2023

澳洲行运,幸运10开奖号码查询 KDS Logistics Limited managed to retain its position as the top private inland container depot (ICD) in terms of handling export and import cargoes in 2023, a year when business in ICDs saw a year-on-year decline of nearly 11 per cent.

Clearing Power, Fertiliser Arrears: Govt to issue Tk 26,000cr special bonds

The Finance Division is set to issue special bonds of about Tk 26,000 crore to clear mounting arrears to independent power producers and fertiliser suppliers.

Rising food prices a concern for 71% families in Bangladesh: WB

A WB report states that 71 percent Bangladeshi families are concerned with rising prices of food

$160 million ADB loan to boost Dhaka’s energy supply, distribution

The Dhaka Power System Expansion and Strengthening Project will construct eight substations

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中国幸运澳洲查询体彩 Warner gets brief cameo after Pakistan tail defies Australia

澳洲10幸运彩官网开奖直播现场 Cummins took a five-wicket haul for the third successive innings as Australia dismissed a defiant Pakistan for 313 on the opening day of the third Test on Wednesday to allow David Warner a brief evening cameo with the bat in his final match.

'Asian Cup, AFCON scheduling not good for players'

The Asian Cup should be shifted to June and played in the same slot as UEFA's Euros, Arsenal and Japan defender Takehiro Tomiyasu said ahead of the Jan. 12-Feb. 10 continental championship in Qatar.

Williamson to lead New Zealand in Pakistan T20 series

World class batter Williamson missed last month's ODI and T20 series against Bangladesh while he rehabilitated a knee injury sustained nine months ago.



12 killed, over 30 injured in bus-truck collision in Assam

At least 12 people were killed and 30 injured today when a passenger bus heading for a New Year picnic collided head-on collision with a coal-laden truck in Golaghat district of the Indian state of Assam, police said

Harvard president resigns after rocky testimony, plagiarism allegations

Harvard President Claudine Gay said she would resign from her position on Tuesday, ending a six-month tenure marred by allegations of plagiarism and backlash over her congressional testimony about antisemitism on campus

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Awami League (168网澳洲幸运10开奖结果) President Sheikh Hasina will join election rallies virtually in five districts and one upazila today

US highlights criticism of Yunus' conviction

The United States drew attention Tuesday to international condemnation of Nobel peace laureate Muhammad Yunus's conviction in Bangladesh in what his supporters called a politically motivated prosecution

Japan investigators probe conflicting reports on fiery Tokyo crash

Japanese investigators on Wednesday probed a near-catastrophic collision at Tokyo's Haneda Airport between a coast guard plane and a passenger jet, with conflicting reports about what instructions air traffic control gave



Joler Gaan to perform at Dum Dum music fest in India

The shows are scheduled to take place in West Bengal’s Dum Dum, Chakdaha and Haldia between January 3 to January 5, where the band will perform at the prestigious “Dum Dum Sangeet Mela” music festival’s fourth edition, officially scheduled from January 3 till January 7, as the only Bangladeshi band.

Jack Black joins ‘Minecraft’ movie ensemble cast

Actor Jack Black, renowned for his notable roles in comedic and family-oriented films, is set to join the star-studded cast of the live-action adaptation of “Minecraft”, a popular video game series produced by Warner Bros. Following his appearance in “The Super Mario Bros Movie”, Black's involvement in another high-profile video game adaptation has generated substantial buzz within the entertainment industry.

Ador Azad set to appear in an action film next

Directed by Aalok Hasan, this action-packed film has been officially announced, via a 1:23 minute-long announcement teaser showcasing the actor in the lead role. The film's story and screenplay have been penned by Ferrari Farhad.

Life & Living

Life & Living

Boost your mood naturally: Foods that make you happy

Popularly known as the happy hormone, dopamine enhances feelings of well-being and pleasure. Although it has been widely acknowledged that indulging oneself or engaging in various activities can trigger a surge of dopamine, scientific findings reveal that certain food items can elicit a similar response!

Table manners 101: Dining etiquettes explained

Table manners are important because in a civilised society, poor dining etiquette can create a poor impression of you at social gatherings and social business situations. Even when you are eating at a restaurant surrounded by strangers, table manners are important, because you do not want to irritate others with your poor manners or invite stares from patrons sitting at the next table.

Looking back at eye makeup trends for 2023

Last year, we have seen several impressive eye makeup trends, mostly going for that soft glam and nude vibe. With 2023 now over, let's check out some of the hottest trends that have made tonnes of eyes pop last year.



Dandelionz and The Daily Star host the ‘Creating Patriots’ event for kids

On December 23rd, the premises of Dandelionz in Dhanmondi was filled with excitement as young minds gathered for the "Creating Patriots" event, organised in association with The Daily Star. As part of the celebration of Victory Day, this daylong program aimed to empower children aged 8-12 to become the changemakers Bangladesh needs.

When the sky lights up

A special comic this week on Rising Stars

Fashion meets art through trash at ULAB’s Trashion Show

The Department of Media Studies & Journalism (MSJ) at University of Liberal Arts Bangladesh (ULAB) organised “Trashion Show” – a fashion show where students crafted different outfits and accessories using recycled waste materials.

Tech & Startup

Tech & Startup

OpenAI surpasses $1.6 bln in annual revenue: report

OpenAI, the company behind the popular chatbot ChatGPT, has surpassed $1.6 billion in annual revenue as of the end of 2023, according to a recent report by the American tech news platform, The Information. 

Bangladeshi blue-tech startup Seaqua raises USD six-figure investment

Seaqua, a Bangladeshi blue-tech startup, has raised USD six-figure foreign direct investment (FDI) from investors from the Middle East. Founded in 2022, Seaqua is a startup that aims to digitise Bangladesh's fisheries and aquaculture industry.

Most talked about startup stories in 2023

In 2023, the country's startup sector, known for its agility and forward-thinking approach, has seen remarkable growth and diversification. Here are the biggest startup headlines from 2023:

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中国体彩网_体育总局体育彩票管理中心官方网站, in his first reaction to the court verdict against him, said he was handed over a sentence for a crime he hadn't committed

30 buildings collapse in quake in Japan's Ishikawa

A total of 155 earthquakes struck Japan on Monday. So far 48 people have been reported dead

US not seeking wider conflict in Middle East

The White House said Sunday it is not seeking a wider conflict in the Middle East after US forces sank three boats of Yemen's Houthi rebels in the Red Sea

If 60-80pc votes not cast, sanctions will be imposed: Shahjahan Omar

Shahjahan Omar, Awami League candidate for Jhalakathi-1 and former vice president of BNP central committee, said if 60-80 percent of voters do not turn out in the upcoming parliamentary elections, many countries will impose sanctions on Bangladesh.

How Israel's war on Gaza entered the national elections

Ahead of the 12th national parliamentary elections, rumours are circulating on social media. Today, we will explore the motives behind these rumours in our Fake News Debunk podcast



Dhaka’s air quality second worst in the world this morning

Dhaka ranked second on the list of cities worldwide with the worst air quality this morning

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Gas supply to be suspended in parts of Dhaka for five hours tomorrow

Gas supply will remain suspended in different areas of the capital from 12:00pm to 5:00pm tomorrow due to gas pipeline replacement works

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China saw hottest recorded year in 2023

China's average temperature in 2023 was its hottest since records began, state media said citing officials Tuesday, capping a year of extreme weather events for the world's largest emitter of greenhouse gases.

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Price of 12kg LPG cylinder hiked by Tk 29

Bangladesh Energy Regulatory Commission today set the price of one kg of Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG) at Tk 119.40 for the month of December, up from Tk 117.02 last month

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Japan quake death toll rises to 48: official

At least 48 people are confirmed dead following a major earthquake in Japan, a local official said

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Dhaka’s air quality 'worst in the world' for 2nd straight day of new year

Dhaka has again topped the list of cities worldwide with the worst air quality, with an AQI score of 256 at 8:45am for the second consecutive day of the new year

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Tale of a baby bird and a heart of gold

When Leon noticed a baby parakeet had fallen from its nest on a treetop, he knew he had to do something to help

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Total of 21 quakes above 4.0 magnitude hit Japan: Met office

A succession of 21 earthquakes registering 4.0 magnitude or stronger struck central Japan in just over 90 minutes on Monday, the Japan Meteorological Agency said.

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Fake videos targeting BNP resurfacing on social media: reports

A distorted video featuring a speech by Begum Khaleda Zia, Chairperson of Bangladesh Nationalist Party (BNP), has once again surfaced on Facebook, raising concerns about the spread of misinformation during the upcoming election. The video, created by adding together different portions of a speech delivered by Khaleda Zia in London back in 2015, resurfaced on social media platforms despite being fact-checked by three different fact-checking organisations in 2021 and 2022.

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Doctors Without Borders targeted by Israel-Hamas war misinformation

"Basically he abused his position as a medic, which the IDF cannot shoot, to break the law and assist terrorists to get a weapon."

Curb social media rumors

The National Security Council yesterday directed law enforcement and intelligence agencies to be on alert so that no one can spread any disinformation on social media centring the next national election.

Spin doctors go into overdrive ahead of polls

With the national election just around the corner, both pro-government and anti-government elements are out to manipulate public opinion through a vigorous campaign on social media platforms and private messaging apps, turning them into hotbeds of spin doctoring, disinformation and fake news.

False claims on Israel-Hamas war mushroom online, put focus on Musk's X

Asked for comment, an X representative said more than 500 unique Community Notes, a feature that lets users add context to potentially misleading content, have been posted about the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.

Photocard with comment of Dr Yunus on Israel is fake

The Daily Star would like to clarify that we have not created or shared any photocard with the quoted statement

Nobel winner Amartya Sen's daughter denies rumours of his death

Nandana Sen posted a picture with her father and confirmed the 89-year-old was "busy as ever".

Photocard with Mirza Fakhrul's comment on Palestine is fake

Searching on Google, we found no statement of Mirza Fakhrul Islam similar to the fake photocard in any media outlets and no news of Mirza Fakhrul's meeting with US Ambassador Peter Haas on October 8. 

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