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A Beacon of Light: Gene Therapy Offers New Hope for Millions with Hearing Loss

Imagine a world where a baby’s first coo is muffled, silenced by a tiny twist of fate in their genes. Sadly, this isn’t fiction – millions of children ...

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From Junk to Jackpot: A Lemon Worth 1 Lakh 96 Thousand Bangladeshi Taka 

Imagine finding a dusty old lemon in your attic. You might toss it, right? Why A Lemon Worth 1 Lakh 96 Thousand Bangladeshi Taka? How ...

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Teachers, Job Seekers Arrested for Cheting in Bangladesh Primary School Recruitment Exam

Seven individuals, including teachers and aspiring educators, have been apprehended for fraudulent activities and irregularities during the crucial primary school assistant teacher recruitment exam. Two ...

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Money is being printed in some Islamic banks of Bangladesh, there is no accountability: Ahsan Mansoor (PRI)

Alarm bells are ringing in Bangladesh’s banking sector. Islamic finance, usually touted as a pillar of ethical capitalism, is embroiled in a printing frenzy, raising ...

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What’s the Perfect Bath Time for Peak Productivity and Relaxation? (Don’t Be a Soapy Sluggard!)

Every day, millions of people use the bathtub, but battle lines arise as the clock strikes noon. Are you a “dawn dripper,” invigorated by a ...

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Bangladesh Gas Crisis: Broken Promises, Leaky Pipes, and Energy Dreams Gone Dry

The report details the reasons behind Bangladesh’s Gas Crisis: extraction shortfall, missing targets, bureaucratic hurdles, and concerns of a nation longing for energy independence. Let’s ...

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Can Shawon Win? Humayun Ahmed’s Wife Sparks Debate with Reserved Women’s Seat Nomination

The upcoming Bangladeshi National Parliament election has taken a fascinating turn with the nomination of Meher Afroz Shaon, wife of the iconic author Humayun Ahmed, ...

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