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JS body for rail link between Noakhali, Lakshmipur, Chandpur JS body for rail link between Noakhali, Lakshmipur, Chandpur

The committee also recommends taking necessary measures to include different information about passengers, including their names, in rail tickets


DU pro-BNP teachers demand Khaleda’s release DU pro-BNP teachers demand Khaleda’s release

Around 65 teachers under the banner of “White Panel teachers of Dhaka University” took part in the programme that began at 12 noon


BNP leader Tariqul, 6 others get anticipatory bail BNP leader Tariqul, 6 others get anticipatory bail

They are granted bail until law enforcers submit report in the cases


Social media to remain under surveillance during Puja: Secretary Social media to remain under surveillance during Puja: Secy

The secretary comes up with the information while talking to reporters after a meeting with reporters on the overall law-and-order situation


No scope for Rohingyas to long-term stay in Bangladesh: PM PM reaffirms sending back Rohingyas

he Leader of the House says her government made all out diplomatic efforts and held discussions on Rohingya issue with the countries concerned


BNP slams govt for approving EVM procurement project BNP slams govt for approving EVM procurement project

BNP senior joint secretary general Ruhul Kabir Rizvi alleges that the government has relied on forgery machine EVMs abandoning people


BNP leader Sohel put on 5-day remand BNP leader Sohel put on 5-day remand

Dhaka Metropolitan Magistrate K H M Toha passes the order after DB sub- inspector Abdul Karim produces him before the court seeking a 10-day remand


Foreign Secretary M Shahidul Haque gets 1 year extension under contract   Foreign Secy Shahidul Haque gets 1-yr extension

The Ministry of Public Administration issued a gazette notification in this regard on Wednesday


BNP getting ready to launch street agitations: Moudud BNP getting ready to launch street agitations: Moudud

BNP senior leader Moudud Ahmed calls upon all the democracy-loving people to get united to make their movement a success through united efforts


RMG workers to stage demo on September 21 for revision of minimum wage  RMG workers to stage demo on Sept 21 for revision of wage

The protest rally will continue until their demands are met


Moulvibazar JCD leader ‘trampled to death’ by elephant Moulvibazar JCD leader ‘trampled to death’ by elephant

The deceased is identified as Azmal Ali Shamim, 45, president of Kulaura upazila unit JCD


Prime Minister urges journalists to use professional scope for people’s welfare Journalists urged to use professional scope for people’s welfare

Sheikh Hasina comes up with the call while distributing cheques of financial assistance among sick, financially insolvent journalists at PMO


Death of infant Akifa: Bus driver put on 2-day remand Death of infant Akifa: Bus driver put on 2-day remand

Senior Judicial Magistrate MM Morshed passes the order when IO of the case produced him before the court with a five-day remand prayer


ADB approves additional $110 million for urban health services ADB approves addl $110m for urban health services

As originally financed in 2012 with a $50m ADB loan and $20m cofinancing, it is one of the largest PPP projects for healthcare delivery in South Asia


Man held with 40 gold bars at Sylhet Airport Man held with 40 gold bars at Sylhet Airport

The arrestee is identified as Zahid Mia, 40, of Shekhghat Kalapara area in the city


Hanif accuses Jamaat of patronising militancy Hanif accuses Jamaat of patronising militancy

He says madrasah students are not involved in any extremist group or activity


Govt firmly believes in freedom of press: PM Sheikh Hasina Govt firmly believes in freedom of press: PM

The Prime Minister says this while distributing assistance among journalists from Bangladesh Journalists' Welfare Trust at a function at her office


Newspaper is mirror of society: PM Sheikh Hasina Newspaper is mirror of society: PM

The Prime Minister says this while distributing assistance among 113 journalists from Bangladesh Journalists' Welfare Trust at Prime Minister office


Two students found dead in Kurigram Two students found dead in Kurigram

The deceased are identified as Selina Akter, 12, a class VIII student and Jahangir Alam, 14, a class IX student


‘Drug trader’ killed in N’ganj ‘gunfight’ ‘Drug trader’ killed in N’ganj ‘gunfight’

The deceased is identified as Farid Mia alias Fenci Farid, a top listed drug trader of the area and son of Balai Mia of Tarabo in Rupganj upazila


Bangabandhu Satellite to be handed over this month Bangabandhu Satellite to be handed over this month

Thales launched the Bangabandhu-1 in May 12 from Florida of America at a cost of Taka 2,765 crore


Bangladesh-India ties crucial for meeting common challenges: PM Sheikh Hasina

Bangladesh-India ties crucial for meeting common challenges: PM

The Bangladesh premier says Bangladesh-India bilateral cooperation has reached to a new height in the past few years


Thai firm appointed as consultant for Bangabandhu-1 satellite Bangabandhu-1 satellite gets Thai firm as consultant

Thaicom Public Limited Company will work for developing coordinated market for Bangladesh’s first geostationary communications satellite Bangabandhu-1


Hanif accuses Jamaat of patronising militancy Hanif accuses Jamaat of patronising militancy

Political evil forces, including Jamaat are involved in producing any form of extremism, fake content or terrorism, Mahbub-Ul-Alam Hanif says


Noria river erosion victims to get VGF support till Dec 31: Maya Noria river erosion victims to get VGF support till Dec 31

The minister directes all concerned to take necessary steps to ensure supply of food and drinking water, shelter and treatment to the victims


Community Clinic Trust Bill lands in Parliament Community Clinic Trust Bill lands in Parliament

The goals of the Community Clinic Trust Assistance Bill is to ensure the participation of people in coordinated healthcare services to rural people


Tough punishment for doing business without licence; Bill passed Tough punishment for doing business without licence

As per the proposed law, licences must for running warehouses and cold storages


BNP leader Habib-un-Nabi Khan Sohel arrested
BNP leader Sohel arrested

Gulshan Police Station OC Abu Bakar Siddique confirms the arrest


Public cautioned against frauds in MPO-listing Public cautioned against frauds in MPO-listing

“The public is being clearly notified that there is no scope for payment of any money to the education ministry for the activities”


Dr Kamal urges all to join ‘national unity’ process Dr Kamal urges all to join ‘national unity’ process

People are the owners of the country while the government is only their service provider. If govt don’t understand it, people need to play the role


Sheikh Hasina, Modi open Bangladesh-India oil pipeline Hasina, Modi open friendship oil pipeline

Sheikh Hasina attends a videoconference from her official residence Ganobhaban with Narendra Modi from his office in New Delhi


Fair polls to bring Jatiya Party to power, claims Ershad Fair polls to bring JP to power, claims Ershad

He says that if his party had not ruled the country in the past, it would have been remained in the darkness


Ex-DC of Satkhira, ex-UNO of Ashashuni face jail term Ex-DC of Satkhira, ex-UNO of Ashashuni face jail term

The court asks them to surrender before the Senior Judicial Magistrate Court


Students demand publication of gazette on quota reform Students demand publication of gazette on quota reform

The protesters also hold a rally at the foot of Aparajeyo Bangla in Dhaka University campus


Rohingya influx puts Cox’s Bazar’s biodiversity at risk: UN report Rohingya influx puts Cox’s Bazar’s biodiversity at risk: UN report

Some of the key impacts are likely to become irreversible if measures are not taken immediately


Election Commission to ‘have preparation for limited use of EVMs’ EC to ‘have preparation for limited use of EVMs’

At the event, the registered visitors can cast votes through the electronic machines


Plan to abolish quota from jobs of 2 grades a deception: BNP Plan to abolish quota from jobs of 2 grades a deception: BNP

Moudud also accuses the government of betraying the quota-reform demonstrators with the recommendation


Barapukuria power plant workers threaten indefinite strike from Sept 24 Barapukuria power plant workers threaten indefinite strike from Sept 24

They also threaten to block the highway and rail line in the district


SKOP calls for proper amendments to labour law  SKOP calls for proper amendments to labour law

Sramik Karmachari Oikya Parishad (SKOP) leaders on Tuesday demanded for a proper amendment to the labour…

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