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Traffic police affected by noise pollution By Other | Last Updated: 20th April, 2019, 00:00

Almost half of the traffic police personnel stationed in the capital are suffering from breathing and hearing difficulties due to air and noise pollution, according to doctors at Central Police Hospital.…

Traffic police affected by noise pollution

Diarrhoea patients crowding hospitals

Diarrhoea has taken a serious turn in the capital and other parts of the country amid sweltering summer heat as around a thousand people with diarrhoeal disease are being admitted to hospitals every…


Trust Purbachal City continues cheating people

Owners of Trust Purbachal City, an unauthorised real estate project in Rupganj of Narayanganj, continue to cheat people in the name of selling residential plots amid the silence of the authorities…


AL to be reorganised, says PM

Prime Minister and Awami League President Sheikh Hasina on Friday said they have taken necessary initiatives to reconstitute the party for building up its organisational strength. “The…

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Move to explore gas from depleted fields Move to explore gas from 
depleted fields

The government will explore additional fossil fuel in the depleting gas fields to reduce dependency on costly imported Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG). The Prime Minister’s Office (PMO) has…

Metropolis
Action after investigation Action after investigation

Education Minister Dr Dipu Moni on Friday said action will be taken against those found guilty in the incident of porn stars’ name in school questions paper. ‘It is unexpected and…

Sun Extra
Macron meets Syrian Kurds Macron meets
Syrian Kurds

PARIS: President Emmanuel Macron on Friday hosted representatives of the Kurdish-led force that defeated Islamic State (IS) extremists in Syria, assuring them of France’s support in the fight…

Editorial
Trial of War Criminals Must Continue Trial of War Criminals
Must Continue

The International Crimes Tribunal (ICT)-1 bench led by Justice Shahinur Islam announced the latest verdict of death punishment in the case over 1971 war crimes in Netrokona’s Purbadhala on 28…

Post-logue
Quality for Prosperity Quality for Prosperity

Recently a World Bank study finds that the impacts of unsafe food cost low- and middle-income economies about US dollar 110 billion in lost productivity and medical expenses each year.  Only a…

Asia
Moscow eyes role in North Korea Moscow eyes role in North Korea

MOSCOW: With Russia’s Vladimir Putin set for his first talks with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un this month, Moscow is eyeing a major role in yet another global flashpoint, reports AFP.  …

World
Democrats vow to probe Trump ‘obstruction’ Democrats vow to probe Trump ‘obstruction’

Washington: Democrats have vowed to continue pursuing Donald Trump over allegations he obstructed justice, following the release of a report into Russian meddling in the 2016 election, report agencies.…

Culturetainment
Suborna’s daughter Neela! Suborna’s daughter Neela!

Badrul Anam Soud’s directorial mega serial ‘Lukochuri Lukochuri Galpo’ went on air this Tuesday on BTV.  The new generation actor Neelanjona Neela got the chance to perform with…

Winner
Nurul guides Sk Jamal to victory in DPL Nurul guides Sk Jamal
to victory in DPL

Lt Sheikh Jamal Dhanmondi Club Ltd registered convincing victory over Mohammedan Sporting Club on Friday’s game in the third round Super League match of the ongoing Dhaka Premier Division Cricket…

My Districts
203 govt pry schools get multimedia projectors 203 govt pry schools get multimedia projectors

RANGPUR: The Directorate of Primary Education distributed multimedia projectors with sound systems among 203 government primary schools (GPSs) of Kishoreganj and Syedpur upazilas in Nilphamari on Thursday…

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