STAR Day at a Glance | Tuesday, November 27, 2018 | The Daily Star
11:33 PM, November 27, 2018 / LAST MODIFIED: 11:37 PM, November 27, 2018

STAR Day at a Glance | Tuesday, November 27, 2018

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Here are the headlines on November 27, 2018


Nominations not based on alliance, but on party: Dr Kamal

Awami League vs BNP

JP MP supporters block Dhaka-Sylhet highway

Ershad to fly to Singapore for treatment

No polls for convicts sentenced to over 2yrs: HC

BNP nominates 800 candidates

JP gets 47 seats from grand alliance

No restriction on wazmahfil ahead of polls: EC

Death references on Aug 21 grenade attack cases reach HC

HC verdict reflects govt’s intention: Fakhrul

Khaleda cannot contest polls: AG

AL, JP aspirants’ supporters block Dhk-Syl highway

Ijtema schedule: Tabligh Jamaat seeks PM's intervention

‘Robber’ killed in Jashore ‘gunfight’

30 Workers Party aspirants submit nominations

PM, speaker submit nominations for Rangpur-6

SI accidentally shot by inspector

PM consoles 4 top AL leaders denied of nomination

Girl stabbed to death at school premises in Dhaka

150 retired armed forces officers express solidarity with AL

Dr Kamal, civil society members have gone under convicts’ leadership: PM



Asia mood soured by Trump tariff threat, oil slips anew

Car hits 7 pedestrians in New York City, 1 killed

HRW asks Argentina to probe Saudi crown prince over Khashoggi

Nasa's InSight lands on Mars

Trump says doesn't believe own government's climate warning

Syrian man who lived in Malaysia airport is now Canada-bound

Passenger's death: Bangladeshi Uber driver found guilty in Sydney

Myanmar seizes boat with 93 Rohingyas fleeing to Malaysia

France to close 14 nuclear reactors by 2035



Tamim not included in second Test squad

Tamim becomes Cats Eye brand ambassador

Solari backs Ramos over doping claims

Pakistan level series as Yasir bags 14 wickets

Smith joins Comilla Victorians

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