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24 January, 2016 00:00 00 AM
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240kg ‘jatka’ seized in N’ganj
Bangladesh Coast Guard in a drive seized 240kg of ‘jatka’ (Fish fry)from three launches on the Dhaleshwari River in Narayanganj yesterday morning.
Fisheries officer Faruq Hossain said a coast guard team from Pagla of Narayanganj district conducted the drive at 'MV Farhan-3, 'Jamal-1' and 'Tipu-5' in the river and recovered the fish. 
Sensing the presence of law enforcers the fish traders fled away from the scene. The seized jataka was distributed to the different madrasas and orphanages in the district.

Youth ‘commits suicide’ 
A youth allegedly committed suicide by taking poison in Khulshi area of Chittagong early yesterday.
The victim was identified as Mohammad Ripon, 35, son of Abdul Hoque hailing from Ticket Colony area under city's Khulshi thana. 
Quoting victim's family members, police said Ripon committed suicide by taking poison due to mental depression at his house at the said area. His family members rushed him to Chittagong Medical College Hospital (CMCH) where the attending doctors declared him dead, said Nayek Abu Hamid of CMCH police outpost.
    
Cancer awareness programme
Speakers at a post-rally discussion in Rajshahi yesterday observed that creating adequate public awareness could be the effective means of preventing cervical cancer as its curse is increasing day by day.
They added that the cervical cancer could be prevented through early detection and creating public awareness is needed in this regard.  
Rajshahi Cancer Hospital organised a colourful rally and a way side meeting at Shaheb Bazar Zero Point as a part of Cervical Cancer Awareness Programme. 
Speakers said the cervical cancer is the foremost causes of cancer related mortality of women in developing countries like Bangladesh. So, early detection and subsequent proper treatment is very important to prevent breast cancers. 
    Independent News/agency

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