Star Day at a Glance | Thursday, 14th September 2017 | The Daily Star
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Star Day at a Glance | Thursday, 14th September 2017

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Hello readers! Let's look into the headlines on Thursday, September 14, 2017. 

National

PM spreading lies to hide failures: BNP

3 more ‘Ansarullah men’ arrested in India

Protect people’s basic rights, PM asks new police officers

Bangladesh to raise Rohingya issue in UNGA

DU admission tests begin Sept 15

Deal inked with Indonesia for modernisation of train service

Medical admission: SC stays HC ruling

Int’l intellectual property expert Jay Erstling arrives in Dhaka

Govt launching OMS rice sale from Sunday

Classmate killed as student opens fire at Washington school

International

Rohingya influx may reach 10 lakh this year: UN

So far 400,000 Rohingyas enter Bangladesh: Unicef

Rohingya influx: 20 refugees found in Manikganj

China endorses crackdown on Rohingya: Myanmar

Rohingya aid from India, Morocco, Indonesia arrives

Bye bye Basi: World's oldest captive panda dies

Rohingya insurgents say no link with global terror

Samsung Tab A 8.0 (2017): Features, specifications, price

Trudeau presses Suu Kyi on violence against Rohingyas

Rohingya aid from India, Morocco, Indonesia arrives

Sri Lanka, Pakistan among Asia’s most undernourished countries

176 ethnic Rohingya villages now empty: Myanmar

India launches first bullet train project

Rohingya crisis: 4 more floating bodies found

Hillary Clinton demonstrates yoga during interview

Trump admin orders purge of Kaspersky

24 killed in Malaysia school fire

'Pharma Bro' Shkreli jailed after Clinton threat 

8 dead at Florida nursing home, governor pledges full investigation

Sports

Few pros and cons before SA Test tour

Kohli best left alone, warns Gillespie

Ronaldo leads Real to routine victory

Correa leveller spoils Liverpool return

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