Star Day at a Glance | Thursday, December 14, 2017

The artificial turf that once graced the walls below the giant LED display in the capital's Shahbagh is now falling apart. Some people also strip away parts of the expensive turf set up by Dhaka South City Corporation as part of a beautification process. No one seems to be in-charge of the decorations, leaving it to fall into disrepair. Photo: Anisur Rahman

Dear readers, let’s look into the major headlines of Thursday, December 14, 2017


ACC recommends 8 steps to stop coaching business

Homebound can bring 8 mobile handsets from abroad

Martyred Intellectuals Day being observed

A walk through the Liberation War Museum

96 promoted to SP

‘Neo-JMB founder, 2 other militants’ held in Dhaka

Accused NY bomber's family says attack 'our worst nightmare'

6,700 Rohingya killed during attacks in Myanmar: MSF

Cover open electric cables in Dhanmondi: HC

The Killing of Intellectuals in the Shadow of Henry Kissinger

DU question paper leaked thru’ printing press

ApanJewellers’ owners get bail, 2 free to walk

20kmph during quiet hours in residential, VIP areas

Rangpur city polls: HC clears way for BNP candidate

Man ‘hangs himself’ after wife’s death in Rajshahi

Land minister’s son expelled from Jubo League

Protect Khan Jahan Ali Dighi from grabbing, HC to Govt

NTRCA registration test: Prepare merit list of candidates


US agency to vote on net neutrality rules despite outcry

Bombing underscores NY subway system’s vulnerability

Questions and answers on 'net neutrality'

Suicide bomber kills 13 in Somalia police academy attack

Putin plans to be independent candidate

IS threatens US attacks over Jerusalem decision-statement

Walt Disney buys Fox film for $52.4bn

Somalia's Shabaab kill 18 cops


BCB releases fixture list for Tri-Nation Series, SL tour

Shakib off to T-10, Fizz denied NOC

Malan's maiden Test century lifts England in Perth

Fixing claims rock Ashes series

‘I could have used a better word’

I'd be in Brazil if the title race was over, says Mourinho



১ ঘণ্টা আগে|শিক্ষা

‘চলমান মেগা প্রকল্পগুলো শেষ হলে, শিক্ষাখাতে মেগাপ্রকল্প শুরু করা যাবে’

শিক্ষামন্ত্রী দীপু মনি বলেছেন, 'আমাদের যে মেগা প্রকল্পগুলো চলছে, সেগুলোর কাজ শেষ হলে আমি বিশ্বাস করি শিক্ষাখাতে মেগা প্রকল্পের কাজ শুরু করা যাবে। শিক্ষাই হবে আমাদের মেগাপ্রজেক্ট।'