STAR Day at a Glance | Wednesday, July 25, 2018 | The Daily Star
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STAR Day at a Glance | Wednesday, July 25, 2018

Hello readers! How are you doing today? Here are the headlines so far on July 25, 2018.

National

Landslides kill 5 in Cox’s Bazar

PEC tests start Nov 18

2 ‘drug peddlers’, 2 ‘robbers’ killed in separate ‘gunfights’

MD, 19 other Barapukuria officials sued over coal scam

Teen commits suicide, blames teacher

Khaleda’s bail denied in Comilla arson case

Don’t allow MPs to campaign at city polls: CEC

5G is our election promise: Joy

PM’s remark over Khaleda’s illness ‘inhuman’: BNP

Tourist goes missing at sea in Kuakata

New HC bench to deal with bail of 2 AB Bank officers

BCL men demand punishment, termination of CU teacher

Spending on education is an investment, says PM

EC must verify affidavit of candidates: Shujan

BRTC bus workers of Joar Sahara depot go on strike

World

Who will govern Pakistan?: Results start coming in as vote counting continues

Islamic State kills scores in southwest Syria attacks :State media

No Pakistani women vote in village where wives had vowed to defy husbands

Toronto shooter’s neighbors unaware of his mental illness

Polls security: Pak-Aghan border point closed

Protesters demand Maratha quota, attack vehicles in Mumbai

Overwhelming majority wants to vote for PML-N: Shahbaz Sharif

Pak polls: 30 killed in Quetta suicide blast; IS claims responsibility

PPP’s ‘minus Zardari’ formula has worked well for its campaign

US official appreciates Bangladesh’s role in addressing Rohingya crisis

Sports

Neymar not in 'The Best' shortlist

Neymar not taking it easy!

BCB announces schedule for West Indies’ tour of Bangladesh

Shakib replaced by Smith in Barbados Tridents

Barcelona snatch Brazilian Malcom

Emery respects Ozil's Germany choice, says Arsenal is his 'home'

 

 

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