STAR Day at a Glance | Saturday, July 28, 2018 | The Daily Star
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STAR Day at a Glance | Saturday, July 28, 2018

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Here are the headlines so far on July 28, 2018




National

Govt aims to ensure better transport services in Dhaka: PM

Google doodle celebrates Feroza Begum’s birthday

‘Abductors made me sign stamp papers, white sheets’

Khulna-Gazipur styled polls to be held in 3 cities, BNP alleges

Rajshahi city polls: AL mayor aspirant Liton hopeful for landslide win

People suffer as Tablig, Hefajat men hold rally in Mohammadpur

Barapukuria Power Plant gets 100 tonnes coal: Nasrul

Number of tigers in Sundarbans to increase, hope experts

BGB deployed in Rajshahi, Sylhet, Barisal ahead of city polls

SCC polls: JP pledges support for AL candidate

Bangladesh witnesses longest lunar eclipse

3 city polls campaigns ending at midnight   

                              

World

Imran starts preparations for formation of govt

33 killed as bus plunges into gorge in Maharashtra

PTI in coalition talks with small party, independents

Imran Khan faces tough test in looming economic crisis

465 killed in India heavy rains, floods

Pakistan polls: PTI wins 115 NA seats as ECP releases final tally

US cardinal steps down amid mushrooming sex abuse scandal

World Hepatitis Day 2018: 10 facts about hepatitis

US questions fairness of Pakistan elections

Pakistan's Imran Khan faces tough test in looming economic crisis

Burglar wakes up homeowner couple, asks for Wi-Fi access

Malaysia judges turn into janitors

49 killed in India heavy rains

 

Sports

City players cut short WC break – Guardiola

Messi won't leave Barcelona like Ronaldo – official

Race-row Ozil fires Arsenal to big win over PSG

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