Star day at a Glance, Saturday, September 14, 2019 The Daily Star
09:01 PM, September 14, 2019 / LAST MODIFIED: 09:56 PM, September 14, 2019

Star day at a Glance, Saturday, September 14, 2019

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Here are the news headlines so far on September 14, 2019



National

JS body recommends fining DNCC for pollution

BCL president, secretary resign

Over 100 birds poisoned to death in Lalmonirhat

Biman gets Dreamliner Rajhangsha\

Madrasa office assistant held for raping third-grader

NRC likely to be key issue during Hasina’s Oct visit to India

Dengue patient dies in Rajshahi

‘Drug trader’ killed in Mymensingh ‘gunfight’

DU ‘Cha unit’ admission test held

10th grader raped in Bandarban

Think about reasons while going for change: Bangladeshi award-winning architect

JCD council postponed for BNP’s leadership crisis: Quader

Keep up people’s confidence, trust: PM to AL men

‘Ninth Wage Board’ gazette published

 



World

US bans N Korean hacking groups blamed for global attacks

US lawmakers urge Trump to mediate between India-Pakistan

Tropical storm warning issued for hurricane-hit Bahamas

African leaders gather to remember Mugabe

Can Twitter reunite friends split during partition?

Drones spark fires at 2 Saudi Aramco oil facilities

Some forest fires started on Malaysian-controlled land: Indonesia

India's crackdown on Kashmir will spur global Muslim extremism: Imran

NRC: Individual status of Assam citizens published online

Actress Huffman gets 2 weeks jail in US college admissions scandal

 

Sports

India defeat Bangladesh in the U-19s Asia Cup final

Arsenal's Lacazette ruled out until October with injury

Messi likely to miss Barca's next two fixtures: Valverde

Smith continues to paper over Australia's batting cracks

Bangladesh U-19s restrict their Indian counterparts to 106

 

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