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Daily Archives: August 5, 2019

Messi strains calf, will miss Barcelona’s US trip

Barcelona says Lionel Messi has strained his right calf and will not travel to the United States for two preseason games. The Spanish champion says...

Japan’s NEC shows ‘flying car’ hovering steadily for minute

Japanese electronics maker NEC Corp. on Monday showed a "flying car," a large drone-like machine with four propellers that hovered steadily for about a...

bd tickets offers discounts for Robi Dhonnobad customers

Robi high value customers will enjoy up to Tk 300 special discount from bd tickets.com on purchase of bus, launch and air tickets. The unique...

Case filed over ‘rape’ of pregnant housewife in Munshiganj

A case has finally been filed over the reported rape of a pregnant housewife in Tongibari upazila. The victim filed the case with Tongibari Police...

Panel formed to probe woman’s ‘gang-rape’ by Khulna cops

A three-member probe body has been formed to look into the reported gang-rape of a woman by five railway policemen, led by the OC,...

New Zealand government plans to ease abortion restrictions

New Zealand's government announced Monday that it plans changes to the country's abortion laws that would treat the procedure as a health issue rather...

Putin urges arms talks with US after nuclear pact demise

Russian President Vladimir Putin said Monday that Russia will only deploy new intermediate-range missiles if the U.S. does, following the demise of a key...

PM condemns devastating mass shootings in US

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has expressed deep shock at the two devastating incidents of mass shootings within a span of 13 hours this weekend...

Australia wins 1st Ashes test by 251 runs, Lyon takes 6-49

Australia won the first Ashes test by a huge margin of 251 runs on Monday after dismissing England for 146 in its second innings...

Rabindranath Tagore’s 78th death anniv Tuesday

The nation is set to observe the 78th death anniversary of Rabindranath Tagore tomorrow with elaborate programmes recalling the great poet who did not...