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Saber Hossain seeks Japan's support for BD's green, sustainable development

Environment, Forest and Climate Change Minister Saber Hossain Chowdhury has sought Japan's continued support in transforming Bangladesh to a green, sustainable and prosperous country through green investments and capacity-building.

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Dhaka disapproves US claim on Bangladesh’s student protests

Dhaka on Tuesday expressed extreme disappointment over the US State Department’s unsubstantiated claim of deaths of at least two persons from the ongoing student protests in Bangladesh.

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We have to show highest honour to freedom fighters: PM Sheikh Hasina

Highlighting the supreme sacrifice of the freedom fighters in achieving country's independence, Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Tuesday said all should pay highest respect to them always so they can feel proud being freedom fighters.

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Israel launches new Gaza strikes after weekend attack

Israel struck the southern and central Gaza Strip on Monday to put more pressure on Hamas, following a weekend strike targeting the fighter group's leadership, which killed scores of Palestinians who had sought shelter in a makeshift camp.

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Trump names JD Vance, once one of his fiercest critics, as 2024 running mate

Donald Trump named JD Vance, the Ohio senator who has aligned himself with the populist right, as his running mate at the Republican national convention on Monday.

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Startup Bangladesh cancels Tk 5 crore proposed investment in 10 Minute School

Startup Bangladesh Limited, the flagship venture capital fund of the ICT Division, today announced that it has canceled a Tk 5 crore investment proposal for 10 Minute School, Bangladesh’s largest edtech platform.

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BRAC University students block Badda

BRAC University students staged demonstration blocking a road in Merul Badda area protesting the attacks on students of different universities across the country and demanding for quota reform.

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4 Indian Army soldiers killed in gunfight with terrorists in J&K

Four Indian Army soldiers, including an officer, who were critically injured in a gunfight with terrorists on Monday night died in Jammu and Kashmir's Doda, news agency PTI reported citing officials.

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Students, BCL clash inside JU VC residence in midnight

Leaders and activists of Bangladesh Chhatra League beat up quota reform movement protesters inside the residence of the vice-chancellor of Jahangirnagar University in Savar, outskirts of capital Dhaka after a group of protesting students took shelter ther

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Trump with bandaged ear, appears at Republican National Convention

Donald Trump received a hero's welcome Monday at the Republican National Convention in Milwaukee, as he made his first public appearance since being wounded in an assassination attempt.

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Israel launches new Gaza strikes after weekend attack

Israel struck the southern and central Gaza Strip on Monday to put more pressure on Hamas, following a weekend strike targeting the fighter group's leadership, which killed scores of Palestinians who had sought shelter in a makeshift camp.