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Breaking News : BSF members shot dead a Bangladeshi youth at Jaminpur frontier in Chapainawabganj <> Ghulam Azam’s body handed over to family <> 3 Myanmarese among 4 held with 40,000 Yaba pills in Teknaf
Ghulam Azam dies in prison cell Mohmud Ullah The country’s most-condemned war-crimes convict and former ameer of Jamaat-e-Islami Ghulam Azam is no more.
He passed away at Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujib Medical University Hospital (BSMMUH) on Thursday night... more ›
PM warns against violence in the name of movement Staff Correspondent Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Thursday warned that the government will go tough if Bangladesh Nationalist Party (BNP) tries to unleash violence in the country in the name of movement.... more ›
Rural health centres face shortage of docs, medicines Tarik Hasan Shahriar Most of the people living in coastal and other remote areas of the country visit Upazila Health Complexes to receive treatment because of non-availability of doctors and medicines at Union Health Centres and community clinics.
Only 4.02 percent patients... more ›
Movement on time to oust govt: Khaleda Mohammad Al Amin, from Nilphamari BNP Chairperson Khaleda Zia on Thursday said she will make a clarion call to the countrymen for a tougher movement on time to topple the Awami League-led government.
“I... more ›
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