STAR Day at a Glance | Tuesday, July 17, 2018 | Daily Star
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STAR Day at a Glance | Tuesday, July 17, 2018

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Here are the headlines so far on July 17, 2018

National

Don’t understand logic behind anti-quota movement: PM

Law and order situation normal in Rajshahi: EC Shahadat

Gold scam in BB vault a sign of govt’s plundering: BNP

Mob beat Jessore man dead over ‘rape, murder’ of elderly woman

DU students demand punishment for attackers

BNP trying to cash in on quota reform movement: Quader

Xiaomi to set up mobile phone plant, e-commerce venture in Bangladesh

HC seeks health report of jailed Hallmark chairman

Low over Bay, signal 3 at coasts

HC transfers Moudud’s graft trial proceedings to another court

Microbus gas cylinder blast kills 3 in Tangail

Death for 4 Moulvibazar war criminals

Crude bombs exploded at BNP rally in Rajshahi, 3 hurt

Bailey bridge collapse snaps Dhaka-Barisal road links

Zia Charitable graft case: Khaleda's bail extended again

Demo at DU against assault

2 killed in Dhaka road crash

Quota reform leader Tariqul remanded

Bikes in Dhaka doubled in 8yrs

Khaleda is not severely ill: Home Minister

Transport leaders blast MPs, cops

JU philosophy dept students protest attacks on quota reformists

World

Trump returns from summit with Putin to forceful criticism

Indian SC for new law to curb mob lynching, cow vigilantism

Rescued Thai boys to address media Wednesday

Chinese firm delivers refund promise after France win

Amazon crashes on Prime Day, threatening US$3.4bil haul

Sports

World Cup pitch intruders jailed for 15 days

I hope I can be the lucky star of this club, says Ronaldo

Bangladesh A win tight match against Sri Lanka A

Rooney picks Messi over Ronaldo as ‘greatest ever’

‘Both Neymar and Mbappe want to stay at PSG’

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