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    Shakib destroys Zimbabwe on comeback

    Shakib destroys Zimbabwe on comeback
    Teammates congratulate Bangladeshi leg spinner Jubair Hossain as he picks his maiden wicket during a Test match against Zimbabwe in Mirpur stadium today. Photo: Firoz Ahmed

    Bangladesh play against Zimbabwe at Sher-e Bangla National Stadium at Mirpur, Dhaka. Zimbabwe skipper Brendan Taylor wins the toss and elected to bat first.

Alal among 64 BNP men held in Lalmatia

Alal among 64 BNP men held in Lalmatia

Police detained 64 leaders and activists of BNP and its associate organisations raiding Jubo Dal president Moazzem Hossain Alal’s house at...

Alal among 64 BNP men held in Lalmatia

Police detained 64 leaders and activists of BNP and its...

Ghulam Azam burried

Ghulam Azam burried

Jamaat-e-Islami guru Ghulam Azam was burried at their family graveyard at Moghbazar this afternoon. Earlier in the afternoon, his namaz-e-janaza was held...

Ghulam Azam burried

Jamaat-e-Islami guru Ghulam Azam was burried at their family graveyard at Moghbazar this...

4 Huji men held with huge explosives

4 Huji men held with huge explosives

Detectives busted two explosives research laboratories of banned outfit Harkat-ul-Jihad-al-Islami (Huji) early today and arrested its four leaders and activists with...

4 Huji men held with huge explosives

Detectives busted two explosives research laboratories of banned outfit Harkat-ul-Jihad-al-Islami...

Hawking takes it to Facebook

Hawking takes it to Facebook

Today is a big day for social media. First, Queen Elizabeth II sent her first tweet, and now Stephen Hawking has...

Hawking takes it to Facebook

Today is a big day for social media. First, Queen...

Ebola outbreak cases pass 10,000: WHO

The number of cases in the Ebola outbreak has exceeded 10,000, with 4,922 deaths, the World Health Organization says in its latest report. Only 27 of the cases have occurred outside the three worst-hit countries, Sierra Leone, Liberia and Guinea. Those three countries account for all but 10 of the fatalities. Mali became the latest nation to record a death, a two-year-old girl. More...

Rangpur medical interns, staff confine 3 TV journos

A group of intern doctors and employees of Rangpur Medical College and Hospital confined three private television journalists for half an hour while taking footage for a special story on the services of the RMCH. The journalists are: Shah Bayejid Ahmed, Rangpur district correspondent and videographer Shaheen Alam of Ekattor television; and videographer Dalim of Rtv. They got into a scuffle around 10:00am...

Google executive breaks space jump world record

One of Google’s most senior executives has broken Felix Baumgartner's record for the highest parachute jump in history - making him the second person to break the sound barrier. Alan Eustace, whose...

Adilur gets IBA int’l human rights award

Adilur Rahman Khan, secretary to rights organisation Odhikar, has won 2014 International Bar Association (IBA) Human Rights Award for his contribution in protecting human rights in Bangladesh. A Supreme Court lawyer, Adilur,...

Russell Brand may give up acting to focus on revolution

Multimillionaire British comedian and political commentator Russell Brand has revealed that he is “not interested in making money anymore” and may well give up acting to focus on his revolution, British...

Egypt imposes state of emergency in Sinai after attacks

Egypt has declared a three-month state of emergency in parts of the Sinai Peninsula after at least 31 soldiers were killed in two attacks there. President Abdul Fattah al-Sisi has declared three...

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Most of the banks have sufficient capital buffer to absorb adverse shocks and still maintain the sector's overall capital adequacy ratio (CAR) above the minimum requirement, the central bank's most recent stress tests found.  The exercise, conducted by the Financial Stability Department on data from the April-June quarter of this year, looked at the impact of different stressed situations on banks' capital. The minimum capital requirement for scheduled banks is the greater of the two: 10 percent of risk-weighted assets or Tk 400 crore. At the end of June, the sector's CAR stood at 10.68 percent, above the minimum regulatory requirement of 10 percent. The tests found that if each of the banks' top three...

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GOLAM Azam has passed into history.  He was sentenced to a very long term jail sentence on several counts for genocide and crimes against humanity. He was spared by death the agony of long incarceration. Golam Azam will remain a part of our history, and even after recollections of many events of our nation life become distant memories his role during the Liberation War will remain vivid in the nation's collective psyche. He will remain a part of our history in a negative way, much the same way as Quisling is of Norway's or Hitler of Germany's. Golam Azam was instrumental in organising the dreaded Al-Badr and Al-Shams groups and colluded with the...

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