STAR Day at a Glance | Monday, April 15, 2019 | The Daily Star
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STAR Day at a Glance | Monday, April 15, 2019

Hello dear readers! How was your day?

Here are the news headlines on Monday, April 15, 2019. 

National 

Case against Sonagazi ex-OC accepted 

Accord’s hearing deferred till May 19 

Those involved in Nusrat murder won’t be spared: PM 

BNP leader stabbed dead in Bogura 

Be a good human being to be a good doctor: Bhutanese PM 

Singer Subir Nandi hospitalised 

Khulna jute mill workers on 96-hour strike 

Bhutan thanks Bangladesh for education opportunities for its students 

3 to die for killing RU Prof Shafiul 

Bhutanese PM leaves after 4-day visit 

It’s up to Khaleda, her family to seek parole: Fakhrul 

Govt to fix service charges for private hospitals: Minister 

5th-grader girl ‘raped’ in Kishoreganj 

Woman stabbed dead for resisting rape attempt 

Man killed in road accident 

SC clears way to demolish cold storage on Karnaphuli river 

PM among 5 most austere leaders of the world 

200-yr old dried-fish fair where barter system still exists  

World 

Ecuador president says Assange used embassy for spying 

India opposition parties doubtful about EVM use 

Congress demands probe into ‘black trunk’ on Modi’s chopper 

Sudan protesters demand civilian rule 

World’s largest plane makes first flight over California 

One of world’s rarest turtles dies 

Sports 

Smith, Warner return for Australia's World Cup defence 

PSG lack personality says critical Mbappe 

India pick Karthik over Pant in World Cup squad 

Saifuddin drowns Doleshwar in fiery spell 

Tigers to announce World Cup squad tomorrow 

BCB to ask Shakib to join camp 

Women’s Football: Success, challenges and impact beyond the pitch 

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