STAR Day at a Glance | Wednesday, August 29, 2018
09:55 PM, August 29, 2018 / LAST MODIFIED: 10:06 PM, August 29, 2018

STAR Day at a Glance | Wednesday, August 29, 2018

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Here are the headlines so far on August 29, 2018


Shahidul Alam seeks HC bail

Road crashes kill 6 in 3 districts

PM leaves for Nepal tomorrow to join BIMSTEC summit

Trace killers of Nodi, NHRC writes to home ministry

Attach property of 2 Dhaka attack fugitives: Court

Court orders to attach Chisty’s property

Left alliance opposes EVM, says it’ll be used for rigging

3 killed as bus falls into Brahmanbaria ditch

AL devoted for welfare, not vote: PM

21st Aug grenade attack: Defence ends closing arguments

Hasina, Modi to meet on sidelines of Bimstec summit: Shahriar

Barapukuria mining Co’s ex-MD quizzed at ACC

5 gold smugglers held in Dhaka: Rab

103 druggies held at Suhrawardy Udyan


UN report dumps Myanmar claim of ARSA attack as reason for Rohingya genocide

Aung San Suu Kyi won't be stripped of Nobel Peace Prize

Rohingya crisis: UN reveals satellite images of atrocities

Nepal artists put up innovative protest for Shahidul before Hasina visit

Myanmar rejects UN probe on Rohingya abuses

Haley says US Rohingya report 'consistent' with UN findings

Top military men responsible for human rights abuse in Myanmar: US

UNSC urged to work with Myanmar to end 'horrendous sufferings' of Rohingyas

Fish oil supplements don't prevent heart disease in people with diabetes

Final farewells to McCain begin at Arizona

Australia welcomes UN report on Rohingyas

Trump unblocks more Twitter users after US court ruling


Bangladesh lose 1-0 in FIFA friendly

Tanvir cameo helps Warriors beat Riyad's Patriots

Allegedly 'Fake' account threatens Salah’s mother

Ronaldo wins UEFA goal of the season award

Kohli not keen on new 100-ball format

Problems aplenty for England including revived India

Trump welcomes FIFA chief Infantino, gives press red card

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