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Medicines too not safe! Toufique Maruf RAB mobile court magistrate Anwar Pasa said in a tone of disappointment, “The country seems very much peculiar. Medicines save the lives of people, but a section of dishonest people... more ›
Trial of BCI, Rid pharmas still remains elusive Solaiman Salman Satisfying is that a landmark verdict has meted out punishment to culprits for making spurious paracetamol syrup that killed scores of children in the early 1990s, but disappointing is that two other similar cases remain stuck in the court for... more ›
Hasina blasts BNP UK assured continued support to Bangladesh, she says LONDON: Apparently indicating BNP that the party was trying to burn all with the heartburn of its failure, Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Tuesday said they would not be able... more ›
UN warns of Israeli ‘war crimes’ in Gaza GENEVA: Israel’s military actions in the Gaza Strip could amount to war crimes, UN rights chief Navi Pillay said Wednesday, report agencies.
“There seems to be a strong possibility that international law has been violated, in a manner... more ›
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Instances are there that several persons received death penalty for a single murder. But it is the ill luck of the victims’ families and people in general that each of... more ›
It is claimed private universities have been playing a significant role in spreading higher education accommodating more than 0.3 million students. However, serious allegations of corruption are rife against many... more ›
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BNP chairperson Khaleda Zia, her eldest son Tarique Rahman and other family members perform umrah in Makkah on Wednesday.SUN PHOTO
Khaleda, Tarique perform umrahStaff CorrespondentBNP chairperson Khaleda Zia and senior vice-chairman Tarique Rahman performed umrah in Makkah early Wednesday.
Khaleda along with her eldest son Tarique, his wife... more ›
Judicial enquiry into Jhut trader killing begins
Mariners Road opens to traffic in Ctg
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Mahanayak Uttam Kumar’s 35th death anniversary todayCulture DeskToday marks the 35th death anniversary of legendary Bengali film actor Uttam Kumar.
To observe the day in a befitting manner, different socio-cultural organisations... more ›
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