STAR Day At A Glance | Friday, January 26, 2018 | The Daily Star
03:45 PM, January 26, 2018 / LAST MODIFIED: 10:19 PM, January 26, 2018

STAR Day At A Glance | Friday, January 26, 2018

Dear readers, here are the news headlines of the day on Friday, January 26, 2018. 


Bus Menace: Chaos on road as bus stops everywhere

Man ‘stabbed dead by muggers’ in Dhaka 

Woman killed in Dhanmondi mugging 

‘Action if BNP creates chaos after Khaleda’s graft verdict’ 

Moghbazar Abduction attempt: Microbus hired from rent-a-car service

‘BNP threatens oust-govt movement if verdict comes against Khaleda’

Dhaka urges UN to halt violence in Palestinian territories by Israel

HIV deaths: Bangladesh 10th in Asia 

Home minister’s warning inconsistent: Fakhrul

MPO teachers to boycott classes again from tomorrow

Khaleda calls BNP standing committee meeting tomorrow

Niazul’s gun found in road side flowerpot in Narayanganj 

10 cows looted from minister's farm 

News headlines of the day on Friday, January 26, 2018
A man rows a boat in the Buriganga river which has turned pitch-dark in Dhaka's Sadarghat area due to unabated dumping of garbage and used engine oil from vessels. Photo: Rashed Shumon/ STAR


Veteran Bangla film actress Supriya Devi no more 

Trump offered 18-karat Italian gold toilet 

Trump proposes US citizenship plan for undocumented immigrants

41 killed in SKorea hospital fire  

Chinese students spend 200 days on virtual 'moon base'

Rohingya crisis: Myanmar to face stronger EU pressure in Feb

Nuclear concerns push 'Doomsday Clock' closer to midnight

Richardson dropped from advisory panel: Myanmar

‘Trump ordered Mueller's firing, then backed off’ 

India observes 69th Republic Day 


Mash wants to fight fire with fire

Uncapped Naeem in squad for first SL Test 

Opening slot a concern for the Tigers before final 

U19s lose to India in quarterfinal 

Head guides Australia to victory

Barca reach semis in Coutinho’s debut

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