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Dhaka,  Thu,  29 September 2016
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September 29, 2016, 5:44 pm
A college student was hacked to death on the campus on Thursday in Bogra town. The deceased was identified as Ibrahim Hossain, a student of Government Azizul Haque College’s Bangla department. Witnesses said Ibrahim Hossain was stabbed dead and another young man
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September 29, 2016, 5:38 pm
President Abdul Hamid suggested developing modern and environment friendly agricultural technology and make it accessible to farmers for making the agricultural production sustainable. He also stressed the need for giving importance to developing new varieties of food grains compatible with the
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IMF managing director Christine Lagarde said on Wednesday China would continue to do relatively better this year, growing at around 6.0 per cent and more than 7.0 per cent, respectively. International
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September 29, 2016, 1:18 pm
Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen was thrust into the election-year boxing ring during a congressional committee hearing on Wednesday, defending the central bank's regulatory role, taking and landing punches on Wells Fargo and other banks considered too big to fail,
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Members of Coast Guard of Mongla West Zone arrested two alleged members of notorious robber gang ‘Jahangir Bahini’ from Charputhia in Sundarbans East Zone in Mongla upzila of Bagerhat district on Thursday. The arrestees were identified as Yusuf Ali Laden, 40, of Ranshen village in Rampal upazila of the district, and Ashraf Hossain Raju, 35, a resident of Shibpur village in
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Gold pared early gains on Thursday as the US dollar recovered and global stocks rallied after oil producers agreed to curb output. The Organisation of Petroleum Exporting Countries on Wednesday agreed modest oil output cuts in the first such deal since 2008. Oil shares pulled regional stock markets higher on Thursday. Spot gold was steady at $1,320.62 an ounce by 0706 GMT. US gold
Dozens of children in Darfur have allegedly been killed by chemical weapons dropped on them by their own government, it is claimed, reports BBC. Amnesty International say the children are among more than 200 people estimated to have been killed by the banned weapons since January. Those affected by the "poisonous smoke" vomit blood, struggle to breathe and watch as their skin falls off. The Sudanese government has said the allegations are baseless. "The allegations of use of chemical weapons by Sudanese Armed Forces ...
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World number one Novak Djokovic has withdrawn from next week's China Open in Beijing because of an elbow injury. The Serb,
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Bangladesh is at risk of Zika virus infection due to the presence in the country of the mosquito which carries
FE Report Dhaka North City Corporation (DNCC) on Wednesday evicted the illegal kitchen market adjacent to the rail line at East Nakhalpara in the city in a day long eviction drive conducted by the estate department. During the drive, DNCC recovered 50 decimal land from the encroachment of the fish traders and illegal establishments beside the East Nakhalpara High School. The land that belongs to DNCC and Railway department has long been occupied by the illegal grabbers. Chief estate officer Aminul Islam, zonal executive ...
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A schoolboy was strangled to death at Vitbila in Sujanagar upazila of Pabna early Thursday. The deceased, Emon Hossain, was a

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Final IndexChange(Points)Change(%)
ISSUES ADVANCED128
ISSUES DECLINED97

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Based on YCP and Close Price
CompanyYCPHighLowCLOSE%CHG
UNIONCAP12.5013.7012.6013.709.60
MIRACLEIND34.4037.8035.1037.107.85
ETL17.0018.6017.1018.106.47
BAYLEASING18.7020.0018.9019.906.42
STANDARINS12.6013.7013.3013.406.35
ISLAMIINS16.2017.5016.6017.206.17
PTL17.9019.4017.9019.006.15
FASFIN9.7010.309.7010.205.16
SALVOCHEM11.8012.5011.8012.405.09
REPUBLIC13.8014.8014.0014.505.07
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Based on YCP and Close Price
CompanyYCPHighLowCLOSE%CHG
MODERNDYE235.00227.00215.10220.60-6.13
DULAMIACOT7.507.207.207.20-4.00
NFML21.7021.8020.8020.90-3.69
MEGHNAPET5.805.805.605.60-3.45
BDAUTOCA46.0046.9044.2044.70-2.83
EXIM1STMF7.607.607.307.40-2.63
RENWICKJA762.00798.90730.40742.60-2.55
GREENDELT52.3051.2050.6051.00-2.49
KDSALTD79.5080.2077.0077.60-2.39
NTLTUBES136.30138.40132.70133.10-2.35
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currency
Currency Sell Purchase
USD78.9577.94
GBP118.00117.96
EUR83.7883.75
Chinese Yuan12.2412.24
HK Dollar10.21819.8929
Singapore dollar63.618659.877
Saudi Rial21.191820.52

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Commodity Price Change
GOLD 1,270.40 (US $/oz)-0.6%
SILVER 20.70 (US $/oz)-1.9%
COPPER 7,12 (US$/mt) -0.7%
CRUDE OIL 93.20 (USD/bbl.) -1.7%
COTTON # 278.85 (USc/lb)0.9%
WHEAT (CBOT)647.25 (USD/bu)-0.1%
PALM OIL823.96 (USD/MTon)3.4%
Soybean Oil40.84 (USc/lb)1.4%
Sugar #1117.87 (USc/lb)-0.6%

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06.15-07.75pc 05.50-08.00pc
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