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Mild heatwave sweeping Dhaka, 13 other districts

Dhaka, Faridpur, Madaripur, Moulvibazar, Feni, Chattogram, Rangamati, Bandarban, and six districts of Barishal division have been experiencing a mild to moderate heatwave from 9:00am today

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The fire broke out around 11:50am and was brought under control around 12:40am by six fire engines

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6 of a family suffer burns in fire at Bhasantek home

Six members of a family, including two children, suffered severe burns in a fire in their house in the capital's Bhasantek area today

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Leverkusen chase invincibility with Bundesliga title in sight

With 24 wins and four draws in the league this season, Leverkusen are on the cusp of going through a Bundesliga season undefeated.

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Fire at Ctg oil factory now under control

A fire that broke out at an edible oil refinery in Chattogram's Karnaphuli upazila today morning has been brought under control

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Monetary scams and romantic ones

The stressors regularly spewed out by the digital ecosystem can take a serious toll on one’s health and wellbeing.

An empty Dhaka on Eid and the questions we should ask

Before we daydream of a Dhaka with Eid levels of population density across the year, let us stop to consider why so many people live in Dhaka.

Bridge the linguistic divide in labour migration

Enable Bangladeshi migrant workers to flourish overseas



ADB forecasts 6.1% GDP growth for Bangladesh in FY24, higher than World Bank’s

The ADB’s projection comes days after the Bangladesh Bureau of Statistics said economic growth in the October-December quarter of fiscal 2023-24 halved to 3.78 percent, the slowest pace in three quarters, as manufacturing output growth declined sharply owing to reduced domestic consumption.

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‘Now I only give salamis’

For Jaker, this year was a special Eid. The hardworking middle-order batter talked about his time away from cricket during past Eids and his inspirations in an exclusive interview with The Daily Star’s Abdullah Al Mehdi.

Allen, Milne ruled out of Pakistan T20 Series

Allen suffered a back injury while Milne injured his ankle while training ahead of the team's departure. Plans for their respective comebacks at this stage is unclear.

Bilbao rejoices as Athletic parade Copa del Rey trophy on boat

Players boarded a barge known as the 'Gabarra' and sailed 13 kilometres down the river from the affluent town of Getxo to the Bilbao city hall, where the party continued.



No Security Council 'consensus' on Palestinian UN membership

Members of the UN Security Council failed to reach a consensus Thursday on a bid by Palestinians for full UN membership, meaning the longshot effort is now likely headed for a more formal council vote

White House says 'we warned Iran' over Israel threats

White House said Thursday it had "warned" Iran after US President Joe Biden said Tehran was threatening a significant attack on Israel over a strike that destroyed an Iranian consulate building in Damascus

OJ Simpson dies of cancer at 76

OJ Simpson, the American football star and actor who was acquitted in a sensational 1995 trial of murdering his former wife but was found responsible for her death in a civil lawsuit and was later imprisoned for armed robbery and kidnapping, has died at the age of 76.

AL comes to power to give while BNP to take: PM

Prime Minister and Awami League President Sheikh Hasina has said her party comes to power to give something to the people while BNP assumes to take

A tale of joy

As the sun hung low in the sky, casting a warm golden hue over the bustling streets of Dhaka in the afternoon of Eid, city residents -- both well-off and those with modest incomes -- visited the museums and other attractions in the city, determined to create memories



Eid holidays meant a break from school: Sohana Saba

The tradition of wearing new clothes was another highlight, and I would eagerly dress up in a new outfit each day for the entire Eid week.

Shah Rukh Khan makes customary Eid appearance for fans

Before the break of dawn, throngs of Shah Rukh Khan fans gathered in anticipation, akin to pilgrims awaiting a sacred moment. Once again, the Bollywood luminary lived up to expectations, appearing on the balcony of his home 'Mannat' on the auspicious occasion of Eid yesterday, to extend greetings to his fans, as he does unfailingly each year.

Mamunur Rashid’s play ‘Company’ to stage today

Mamunur Rashid himself is part of the cast of this theatrical play. The artiste stated that staging a play on Eid is a record-making event in the country.

Life & Living

Life & Living

Aydha Mehnaz: The first Bangladeshi on Forbes 30 Under 30 Europe 2024

开奖结果号码 飞艇幸运168官方现场直播开奖号码 30 under 30 Class of 2024 Europe for her distinguished achievements in international media and marketing — marking her as the first Bangladeshi to have been listed for Forbes 30 under 30 Europe.

Breath-taking Bangladesh: Top 5 motorbike journeys across Bangladesh

While our beloved nation is not exactly celebrated for its pristine highways, it surprisingly hosts several spectacular routes for motorcycle enthusiasts to uncover. So, this Eid, buckle up and fire up your engine as we explore 5 of the most beautiful roads in Bangladesh for a memorable motorbike adventure, courtesy of moto vlogger Mirza Abidur Rahman!

A tale of two polaos: Ilish and Kaju polao recipes

Dive into a culinary adventure that’s as rich in tradition as it is in taste, just in time for your Eid meal prep! First up, we’ve got the Ilish Polao, a dish that’s a love letter to the monsoon-fed rivers of Bangladesh, where the silver hilsa fish turns a simple meal into a feast for the senses. Then, we switch gears to the regal Kaju Polao, where each bite is a crunchy, nutty surprise that promises to add a dash of opulence to your dining table.

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Tech & Startup

bKash reportedly takes back mistakenly sent BDT 50 coupons from users

bKash has reportedly retrieved mistakenly sent BDT 50 coupons from users, as detailed in posts circulating on Facebook. Several users shared screenshots from 'bKashNotice', alleging that bKash had erroneously distributed BDT 50 coupons, only to retract them subsequently.

Why the culture of glorifying over-work needs to stop

The glorification of overworking and the expectation to stay late in the office have become long-ingrained in the corporate culture of many countries, including Bangladesh. But in this modern age, while many countries across the world are doing away with this culture, staying late is still often seen as a sign of dedication and hard work in Bangladesh.

Microsoft to open new London-based AI hub

Microsoft has unveiled plans to open a new artificial intelligence (AI) hub in London, UK, with a primary emphasis on researching large language models and associated infrastructure. The Microsoft AI Hub team will be led by AI scientist and engineer Jordan Hoffmann, with Mustafa Suleyman, co-founder of Google DeepMind, as EVP and CEO.

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How was the royal Eid celebration in Dhaka a hundred years ago?

With the pomp and grandeur of the Nawabs of Dhaka, cannons shot at the sighting of the moon and elephants adorned in royal attire paraded the streets.

Bannya, a devotee of Rabindra Sangeet

Rezwana Choudhury Bannya, one of the greatest Rabindra Sangeet exponents of our time, has spoken about her five-decade musical journey with The Daily Star.

Can holders Man City stop powerhouse Real Madrid in their own den?

In a rematch of last year's unforgettable Champions League semifinal, 14-time winners Real Madrid and defending champions Manchester City lock horns once again, squaring off in Tuesday's quarter-final first leg at the Bernabeu.

Myanmar's junta faces another major defeat

After weeks of heavy fighting, ethnic Karen insurgents, allied with other anti-coup forces, have taken control of Myawaddy, a border town through which most of Myanmar's overland trade with Thailand is done

In conversation with Sugata Bose

Sugata Bose, gardiner professor of Oceanic History at Harvard University, is the grandnephew of Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose



Dhaka's air unhealthy even on Eid day

Dhaka's air ranked as 7th most polluted among cities around the world this morning, according to Air Quality Index (AQI)

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Dhaka’s air quality 3rd worst in the world this morning

Dhaka ranked third on the list of the cities worldwide with the worst air quality this morning

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No improvement in Dhaka’s air quality, still ‘unhealthy’

Dhaka's air quality has been identified as "unhealthy" this morning

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Mild heat wave sweeps four districts

A mild heat wave has been sweeping over Cox's Bazar, Bandarban, Rangamati and Patuakhali, and it may spread beyond these four districts, according to the Met forecast from 9:00am today

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March marks yet another record in global heat

The world just experienced its warmest March on record, capping a 10-month streak in which every month set a new temperature record, the European Union's climate change monitoring service said on Tuesday

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Petrobangla plans to invite int’l bidding for onshore blocks for hydrocarbon exploration: Chairman

After floating bids for offshore oil and gas exploration, Petrobangla now plans to invite international bidding for onshore hydrocarbon exploration

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Rains likely in Dhaka, 7 other divisions

Bangladesh Meteorological Department (BMD) forecast rains or thundershowers in Dhaka, seven other divisions in 24 hours from 6:00pm yesterday

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Dhaka’s air quality 4th worst in the world this morning

In the wake of the Eid-ul-Fitr celebrations, with a significant exodus of residents leaving the capital for festive reunions, Dhaka's air quality remains alarmingly poor

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Fact check: Mossad did not describe deceased US airman as 'enemy'

More claims suggesting the remark came from Mossad spread across X and TikTok.

Meta to set up team to counter disinformation, AI abuse in EU elections

European Parliament elections will take place June 6-9. Its 720 lawmakers, together with EU governments, pass new EU policies and laws.

Misinformation and disinformation: A threat to democracy in Bangladesh

In today’s digital age, the spread of misinformation and disinformation has arisen as a major challenge to global democracy.

OpenAI to launch anti-disinformation tools for 2024 elections

The explosive success of text generator ChatGPT spurred a global artificial intelligence revolution but also triggered warnings that such tools could flood the internet with disinformation and sway voters.

Deepfake video targeting Gaibandha-1 candidate surfaces on Facebook

On the day of the National Election 2024, a fabricated video surfaced on Facebook featuring Nahid Niger, an independent candidate for the Gaibandha-1 seat, announcing her withdrawal from the election. Subsequent verification by Dismislab, an online platform specialising in media research and verification, confirmed that the video was a product of AI-based deepfake technology.

Fake videos targeting BNP resurfacing on social media: reports

A distorted video featuring a speech by Begum Khaleda Zia, Chairperson of Bangladesh Nationalist Party (BNP), has once again surfaced on Facebook, raising concerns about the spread of misinformation during the upcoming election. The video, created by adding together different portions of a speech delivered by Khaleda Zia in London back in 2015, resurfaced on social media platforms despite being fact-checked by three different fact-checking organisations in 2021 and 2022.

Doctors Without Borders targeted by Israel-Hamas war misinformation

"Basically he abused his position as a medic, which the IDF cannot shoot, to break the law and assist terrorists to get a weapon."