STAR Day At A Glance | Saturday, April 21, 2018 | The Daily Star
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STAR Day At A Glance | Saturday, April 21, 2018

Dear readers, here are the news headlines of the day on Saturday, April 21, 2018. 


Bangladesh took little steps to prosecute abuses, killings by security forces: US 

Enforced disappearance: Families demand whereabouts of victims

‘87% public transports violate traffic rules in Dhaka’ 

19-member AL team to visit India tomorrow 

Man climbed up N’ganj electric pole, rescued after 7hrs

Class-II student dies as school wall collapses in Pabna 

Preserve 30% quota: Children of freedom fighters 

‘Robber’ killed in Mymensingh ‘gunfight’ 

N’ganj SI closed for taking bribe 

Ban on polythene: Punish rule violators, demand environmentalists

'Govt must take responsibility if Khaleda’s health deteriorates'

Girl loses leg in Banani road accident 

The Turag is one of the lifelines of Dhaka city, and like many other rivers, it also faces the onslaught of the grabbers. While in some areas, people build illegal structures and dump waste to gradually encroach upon the banks, in the case of the Turag the approach is different. Grabbers put piles of sand on the bank and they gradually melt into the river, filling up the riverbed and thus giving them more land. The photo was taken on April 20, 2018. Photo: Anisur Rahman/ STAR


North Korea 'halts missile and nuclear tests'

Democrats sue Trump, Russia and WikiLeaks 

India clears ordinance to introduce death penalty for child rapists 

Yashwant Sinha quits BJP saying India's democracy in danger

Avicii, DJ-producer who performed around the world, dies

‘Saline drip’ for a 700-year-old banyan tree in India

4 killed in fresh protests, clashes on Gaza-Israel border

10 killed in protests against Nicaragua pension reform plan 

Dog receives cop honours for keeping lost child safe


‘Messi is an alien’ 

Former Brazil keeper Julio Cesar to retire 

Salah’s record in a 2-2 draw

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