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Protect your oral health and smile with confidence

Protect your oral health and smile with confidence

Whether you are 80 or 8, your oral health is important. Good oral health is an integral part of general health and well-being. Poor oral health can affect you physically and psychologically. It can also affect the taste of food, the type of food that you are able to eat and your feelings of social

Happy feet!

Footwear is considered as a versatile fashion tool. Keeping in mind the up-to-date trends, it is the time to grab some chic and trendy footwear for you. Fashion no longer remains the domain of women. Men also want to stand out in the voguish crowd. According to American actress and model Marilyn Monroe, shoes reflect


Putin is taking his country in a dangerous direction

To understand why three people lie stricken in Salisbury, look at Russian President Vladimir Putin’s actions inside Russia. On Monday, he was proclaimed the winner of an election that resembled a coronation, complete with a triumphant ceremony outside the walls of the Kremlin. Putin’s leading opponent had obviously been banned from standing. “A choice without


Noor for practicing native culture

Cultural Affairs Minister Asaduzzaman Noor today called for raising humanitarian qualities among every citizen by practicing native culture to become a developed nation. “For overall development of the country, everyone will have to bear humanitarian qualities. New generation must be inspired to practicing cultural events including sports, music and arts,” he told the inaugural ceremony


School banking deposit soars

Redwan Hasan Himel, an eighth grade student, is cherishing a dream to be a doctor by depositing money in his school banking account, an initiative of the Bangladesh Bank (BB) to create a savings habit among the students. “Since my childhood, I have been receiving a good amount of money as gift from my near

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Dhaka seeks stronger UN role in resolving Rohingya crisis

Bangladesh has sought stronger role from the United Nation in resolving the Rohingya crisis and ensure voluntary, safe and dignified return of Rohingyas to their homeland from Bangladesh. State Minister for Foreign Affairs M Shahriar Alam made the request during his meeting with UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres at the UN headquarters in New York. Appreciating


Muhith for more employments, proper use of resources

Business Desk Extending the credit to the country’s people for LDC graduation to a developing nation, Finance Minister AMA Muhith recently said Bangladesh needs to create more employment opportunities alongside ensuring proper use of resources in the coming days to keep up the momentum of progress. “We’ve to create more employments because the current state