STAR Day at a Glance | Saturday, September 8, 2018 | The Daily Star
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STAR Day at a Glance | Saturday, September 8, 2018

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Here are the headlines so far on September 8, 2018


Rare white tiger cub attracts visitors to Ctg zoo

Amazon, Walmart to start operations in Bangladesh

Make sure that Bangladesh doesn’t need to beg for food: PM

Arundhati Roy, Noam Chomsky call for Shahidul Alam’s release

AL starts train tour for electioneering in northern districts

AL’s electioneering: Train delayed for 30mins in Tangail

NSU student killed in Hatirjheel road crash

Cops ready to tackle anarchy centring nat’l polls: IGP

2 killed in clash over land in Comilla

Any sacrifice for the sake of nat’l unity: BNP

‘Train everyone to obey traffic rules’

Maritime ports asked to lower signal

AL to select candidates based on popularity: Quader

AL will win next election: Quader

Jatri Kalyan Samity secy gen Mozammel Hoque lands in jail

‘It is EC's responsibility to hold free, fair polls’

160kg Ethiopian marijuana seized at Dhaka airport

9 lakh yaba pills recovered in Teknaf

Citizens’ body urges govt to take steps for Khaleda’s treatment

2 workers die falling off 10-storied building in Ctg



Substantial progress in key areas must to resolve Rohingya crisis: UN

Many feared dead after Islamist attack in northeast Nigeria

Alibaba's Jack Ma 'to step down'

6 killed in Nepal chopper crash

Strong quake shakes southern Philippines

Ex-Trump aide sentenced to 14 days in prison

Rapper Mac Miller dies in Los Angeles at age 26

India’s NIA files charge-sheet against 5 Bangladeshis

Chinese government's top diplomat in Pakistan to meet new government



Nepal KO Bangladesh

Djokovic aims to cut 'gentle giant' Del Potro down to size

Neymar now five goals shy of Ronaldo

Mourinho a 'pain in the butt': ICC chief

Youthful Argentina impress in friendly

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