STAR Day at a Glance | Wednesday, April 24, 2019

THE FOOTBRIDGE NOT TAKEN… This overcrossing in Bangla Motor lies unused while people cross the street as per whim. Photo: STAR/ Prabir Das

Hello dear readers! How was your day?

Here are the news headlines on Wednesday, April 24, 2019.


Stay alert about any suspicious terror activities: PM 

Bangladesh-UK for long-term commitment to SDGs 

War crimes: RP Shaha murder case verdict any day 

Case under Anti-Terrorism Act: Charges pressed without govt’s nod 

2 ‘drug traders’ killed in Dhaka, Cox’s Bazar ‘gunfights’ 

Actor Saleh Ahmed passes away 

Newborn abandoned in Lawachara forest 

Zayan laid to rest 

Rape incidents turn into epidemic: Dr Kamal 

Rana Plaza victims remembered 

Death for 2 Netrakona war criminals 

2 Rana Plaza survivors fall sick on hunger strike 

8 gets life for killing 3 cops in Pabna 

DU-affiliated college students block Nilkhet 

Int’l community urged to recognise genocide of 71 

Mamun jailed for 7yrs in money laundering case  

Writ seeks prescription mandate on antibiotics 

3 die after falling off trains in Gazipur 

PM visits Sheikh Selim’s residence to console family 

SHACKLED. . . Even inside the concrete-and-metal enclosure of the Mirpur Zoo, this young elephant is tied at the leg with a short metal chain pegged to the ground, unable to walk around. All four elephants in the enclosure are similarly restrained, which visitors say is cruel. Photo: STAR/ Anisur Rahman


Sri Lankan president asks police chief, defence secretary to quit 

IS video throws spotlight on ‘ringleader’ of Sri Lanka bombings 

Israel to name new town on Golan after Trump: Netanyahu 

Foreign groups likely behind Sri Lanka attacks: US ambassador 

More detentions as death toll in Sri Lanka attacks rises to 359 

Saudi Arabia beheads 37 for terrorism crimes 

‘One of 9 Sri Lanka suicide bombers was a woman’ 


Barcelona on verge of Liga title after beating Alaves 

Eriksen's late goal delivers Spurs' precious win  

Right time for Liton and Soumya to step up: Tamim 


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