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  • A man with an unusal hobby

    The 72-year-old Musleh Uddin of Mymensingh does not spend a single day without reading newspapers and has a collection of rare publications.

  • Fahim Munaim passes away

    Syed Fahim Munaim, chief executive officer and chief editor at Maasranga Television, has died of cardiac arrest at the age of 62. Also former executive editor of The Daily Star, Munaim breathed his last at his residence in Dhaka.

  • HC stays proceedings of 72 cases against Star editor

    High Court stays for three months the proceedings of 72 cases against The Daily Star Editor and Publisher Mahfuz Anam. The court also issues a rule upon the authorities concerned to explain as to why the initiation and continuation of the cases should not be declared illegal. The rule is returnable in three weeks, the court says.

  • Newspaper owners must pay staff’s income tax: SC

    The Supreme Court upholds a wage board provision that instructs the owners of newspapers and news agencies to pay the income tax of their employees.

  • China editor resigns over censorship

    A top journalist at a Chinese newspaper says he is resigning because of the authorities' control over the media.

  • Nature Quest: Snake farm awaits govt nod for 3yrs

    As a young man, while working in Saudi Arabia as a newspaper photographer for several years, Abdur Razzak of Nandipara village in Patuakhali Sadar

  • A Journey With Pride

    The Daily Star yesterday awarded 24 prominent individuals and an institution for their lifetime contribution to nation-building at its 25th anniversary programme.

  • Democracy needs active role of newspapers: President

    President Abdul Hamid calls upon all newspapers to continue their contributions to the development of the country through responsible journalism. Addressing a programme marking the 25th anniversary of The Daily Star, he says all the media must work to fight extremism and terrorism.

  • Silver jubilee celebrations today

    The Daily Star, the newspaper pursuing journalism with an unwavering commitment to ensure people's right to know, celebrates its 25th founding anniversary today with a renewed pledge to better serve its readers.

  • Arms, ammo seized at Mymensingh newspaper office, 2 held

    Detectives in a drive arrest two people along with two pistols, six rounds of bullet and arms making materials from a local newspaper office in Maskanda BSCIC Industrial area of Mymensingh town.

  • ‘Messi's achievements beyond my wildest dreams’

    Lionel Messi's father says he could never have dreamed of the success Barcelona's five-time Ballon d'Or winner has enjoyed.

  • Exempt print and electronic media

    The government's move to make print newspapers obtain registration for their online editions is neither logical nor necessary.

  • ‘Muslims should stop eating beef’

    A senior leader of India's ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has said that Muslims living in the country should give up consuming beef.

  • I can play until 40 for Madrid: Ronaldo

    Cristiano Ronaldo says he still dreams of finishing his career at Real Madrid and can see himself playing until he is 40.

  • 'The Finisher' finished?

    The whisper is now growing louder that Mahendra Singh Dhoni is no more the middle-order finisher who could single-handedly get India over the line.

  • Messi posts mysterious message

    Lionel Messi posted a cryptic Instagram message on Friday as he continues his recovery from a knee injury.

  • Cyanide 350 times above limits at China blast

    Cyanide levels more than 350 times standard limits have been detected in water close to the site of deadly explosions in the Chinese port city of Tianjin.

  • Invention of Bangla printing press (video)

    The invention of the movable Bangla press shaped the national identity and culture of the middle class Bengali of the country during the British Raj.

  • Spelling Bee: Rajshahi divisional round starts today

    With the divisional round of Spelling Bee beginning today in Rajshahi, a truck highlighting The Daily Star's achievements and projects also embarked on a two week journey marking the occasion.

  • Shayera Moula passes away

    Shayera Moula who had been with The Daily Star since the age of 15 passed away in the capital's United Hospital last night, succumbing to infections she battled for the past three weeks.

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    Prothom Alo ordered to compensate for misreporting

    The High Court directs the daily Prothom Alo to give Tk 1 lakh to a female worker of Apex Footwear Limited within a month for publishing a wrong report on her abortion.

  • A new, bold online journey

    Coinciding with its 24th anniversary, The Daily Star launches new-look state-of-the-art website to cater better its audience offering them to discover more

  • Prokishika


    A teacher of a small village was so overwhelmed by the atrocities of the landowners or zamindars of colonial India that he decided to write something in protest.