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Qatar expatriate killed in Ctg   

Chattogram: A man who allegedly received serious injury as his ex-wife and mother-in-law tried to kill him at Gohira of Raujan two days ago, succumbed to his injuries at Chittagong Medical College Hospital (CMCH) on Saturday night. The deceased was identified as Qatar expatriate Fakhrul Islam, 28, of Mobarakkhil area in the upazila. Jahirul Islam, in-charge of CMCH police outpost, said that Fakhrul's wife Umme Habiba developed an extra-marital affair in absence of her husband. There had been a dispute between two families over the issue.  Later, Umme Habiba divorced her husband. It is alleged that Habiba and her mother Rasheda Akhter called Fakhrul to their house on Thursday evening after his recent return from abroad and at one stage tried to slit his throat. They also took the body to their roof and ignite fire through a gas cylinder in a bid to stage a suicidal incident. Later, being rescued by the neighbours, Fakhrul was admitted to the hospital where he succumbed to his injuries on Saturday evening. Police arrested Habiba and her mother in this connection on Thursday night.

Reading contest held

Over 200 students have been awarded at Krishibid Institution Bangladesh auditorium in the capital on Thursday for participating in book reading competition. Coaching Association, Bangladesh (CAB) organised the programme at Tejgaon College and Mirpur Bangla College centres on September 29 with the participation of students from Class III to Class X. Students of class III to Class V under the ‘Ka’ Group read the book ‘Russel er Dinguli’ and students of class VI to Class X under ‘Kha’ Group read the book ‘Unfinished Memoirs of Bangabandhu’. Under the ‘Ka’’ group, Class-V student Nafis Ahmed Tasin topped while class-VIII student Muntasim Tanjim Siam topped under ‘Kha’ group. Among others, Principal of Tejgaon College Abdur Rashid, Executive Editor of  Bangla daily Kaler Kantho Mostafa Jamal, CAB Convenor Emadul Haque and CAB Joint Convenor Mahmudul Hasan Sohag spoke on the occasion.

Mega concert held in Rajshahi

RAJSHAHI: The mega concert ‘Shekorer Sondhane’, a cultural event, turned the metropolitan city into a colourful festive place entertaining more than one lakh people, especially youths, on Liberation War Memorial Stadium ground on Saturday night. The Ministry of Cultural Affairs organised the open air mega concert in association with local district administration in Rajshahi as a part of the nationwide programme in all divisional cities of the country to end with the final concert in the capital city.

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