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  • BANGLADESH VS ZIMBABWE 1ST ODI

    Bangladesh win by 87 runs

    Bangladesh 281/7 (50 overs), Zimbabwe 194 (42.1 overs)

    Bangladesh win by 87 runs
    Tigers celebrate after dismissal of a wicket in the first ODI against Zimbabwe at Chittagong Friday evening. Photo: Anurup Kanti Das

      Ace all rounder Shakib Al Hasan hit a brilliant century and took four wickets as Bangladesh beat Zimbabwe by 87 runs in the first ODI in Chittagong. He hit his sixth ODI hundred off 95 balls lacing the innings with 10 boundaries in his...

Malaysian officers charged with Bangladeshi murder

Malaysian officers charged with Bangladeshi murder

A Malaysian court today charged two local immigration officers with murdering a Bangladeshi detainee last month. Md Aminnudin Yasin and Zuhairul Effendy...

Malaysian officers charged with Bangladeshi murder

A Malaysian court today charged two local...

Expat’s body found in Banani flat

Expat’s body found in Banani flat

The blood-smeared body of a Bangladeshi expatriate in the United Kingdom was found from a house in Dhaka’s Banani area today. The...

Expat’s body found in Banani flat

The blood-smeared body of a Bangladeshi expatriate in the United...

5 outsiders shown arrested in police case

5 outsiders shown arrested in police case

Five alleged Bangladesh Chhatra League (BCL) activists held today were shown arrested in the police case filed for yesterday’s clash that...

5 outsiders shown arrested in police case

Five alleged Bangladesh Chhatra League (BCL) activists...

Obama offers to 5m illegal migrants

Obama offers to 5m illegal migrants

Nearly five million people living illegally in the US can escape deportation under sweeping changes to the immigration system. "Come out of...

Obama offers to 5m illegal migrants

Nearly five million people living illegally in the US can...

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Muggers snatch Tk 10.80 lakh shooting trader

Muggers snatched away Tk 10.80 lakh after shooting a money exchange trader at Mirpur-10 in Dhaka last night. The victim was identified as Sharif Nasir Hossain, 28, a resident of Janata Housing under Mirpur police station. SM Mizan, sub-inspector of Mirpur Police Station, said quoting the victim that a gang of muggers riding two motorbikes swooped on Nasir when he reached Janata Housing...

5 rescued while being trafficked to Malaysia, 1 held

Five Bangladeshi fortune seekers were rescued and a trafficker detained early today while preparing to sail for Malaysia illegally in Teknaf upazila of Cox’s Bazar. The five rescued were identified as Md Jamin Uddin, 26, Didar Mia, 23, Md Amanul, 34, Md Belal Uddin, 27, and Md Monsur Alam, 30, our Cox’s Bazar correspondent reports quoting a press release circulated from Bangladesh Navy. The human trafficker was identified as Md Enamullah. A team of Bangladesh Coast Guard conducted a raid around 2:30am...

Youth held for anti-govt propaganda

Rapid Action Battalion (Rab) today picked up a youth from Shahjahanpur area in Dhaka on charge of spreading propaganda against the government and the State.   Maj Maksudul Alam, assistant director of...

'Extremist risk' at 6 Muslim schools in London

Pupils at six small Muslim private schools in east London are at risk of extremist views and radicalisation, says Ofsted's chief inspector. Sir Michael Wilshaw said the pupils' "physical and educational welfare...

‘Use common sense, yes we are a couple’

India’s top batsman Virat Kohli finally admitted his much talked about relationship with actress Anushka Sharma and insisted that their privacy be respected. Kohli asked the public to use common sense saying...

Japanese PM dissolves parliament for election

Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has dissolved parliament, paving the way for a snap election. Abe is seeking a new mandate for economic reforms and is delaying an unpopular increase in sales...

  • Glory for Shakib

     Business

The central intelligence cell (CIC) of the National Board of Revenue has detected tax evasion of Tk 1,581 crore by individuals and firms in nine years to fiscal 2013-14. The intelligence unit, which was formed in January 2004, has so far collected Tk 725 crore from these tax dodgers, according to a report by the CIC. The amount detected is insignificant given the culture of rampant tax dodging in the country, said Ahsan H Mansur, executive director of Policy Research Institute (PRI). But the CIC said its activities have made a "multidimensional impact" on tax compliance -- by recovering lost revenue, increasing voluntary disclosure of higher income and acting as a deterrent for potential...

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TUESDAY'S arrest of three high level Biman officials along with two private citizens in connection with 12 November's seizure of 2.6 kg smuggled gold at Shahjalal International Airport has been a real eye-opener. The incident has blasted the myth that it is only petty Biman employees who in collusion with outside syndicates are involved in the smuggling. It also sheds some light on how the crime has been continuing unabated despite apprehension of culprits in the act from time to time at the airport. If police investigation follows the correct trail, it is believed, the camouflaged masterminds behind the smuggling syndicate could finally be unmasked. As reported by the police, one of...

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