STAR Day at a Glance | Wednesday, November 28, 2018 | The Daily Star
11:33 PM, November 28, 2018 / LAST MODIFIED: 12:34 AM, November 29, 2018

STAR Day at a Glance | Wednesday, November 28, 2018

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Here are the headlines on November 28, 2018



National

Total 3,056 nomination papers submitted

EC to honour court verdict on participation of convicts in polls: Quader

European Parliament not to observe Bangladesh election

Graft case: Khoka among 4 jailed for 10yrs

Khaleda's hope to run polls diminishes

Aspirants throng RO offices as nomination submission ends today

Nomination paper for Bogura-6 submitted on behalf of Khaleda

3 alternative candidates in Khaleda’s seats

Fear about election fraud deepening, says BNP

25 Jamaat men run as BNP candidates

Dr Kamal not vying for election

Many aspirants come to RO offices in processions

Ershad is fine, no need to go to Singapore: Hawlader

AL man killed in Natore by party men

Khaleda gets bail in Cumilla arson case

No violation of electoral code of conduct so far: RO Azam

BNP leaders Mintoo, Sohel, Alal not contending polls

Nazrul Islam made BNP’s polls coordination committee chief

Narayanganj SP withdrawn

EU hopes for free, fair polls in Bangladesh

4 killed as train hits bus in Feni

Mirza Abbas’ nomination for Dhaka-9 ‘not accepted’

World

Trump may cancel Putin meeting at G20 over Ukraine

Australia's wild weather floods Sydney

CO2 emissions on the rise for first time in four years: UN report

Sports

Man City fight back at Lyon

Real storm Rome to seal top spot

Mushy gets injury scare

Toughen up! Clarke warns Aussies nice guys don't win

Smith excited to be part of BPL

Neymar, Mbappe declared fit for Liverpool clash

Mominul leaps 11 places in ICC rankings

President dressed as waiter - story of how Barca signed Ronaldo

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