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Cold breaks all records

Cold breaks all records
The country yesterday witnessed record low temperature in 50 years with the mercury hitting at 2.6 degrees Celsius at Tetulia upazila in northern Panchagarh district breaking the previous record of 2.8 degrees Celsius at Srimangal in Sylhet. People will have to endure sufferings as the ongoing cold wave coupled with thick fog will continue until tomorrow, says Bangladesh Meteorological Department. “The BMD has recorded minimum lowest temperature 2.6 degrees Celsius at Tetulia upazila. The lowest temperature in the country’s history was recorded at 2.8 degrees Celsius Srimangal in Sylhet on February 4 in 1968,” meteorologist of BMD Mizanur Rahman told this correspondent. Due to contacting cold 12 people killed across the country…

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Locals affected financially
Locals affected financially
Local people in Ukhiya and Teknaf are adversely affected financially due to the arrival of hundreds…

Serve without harassment

Serve without harassment

President Abdul Hamid yesterday asked the police to ensure services without harassment as the peoplego to them (police) as last resort, reports UNB. "The peace-loving people usually don't go to Thana or Police in this country. They go to police after becoming very helpless.So, it'll have…
BNP sees no sign of holding fair polls

BNP sees no sign of holding fair polls

Accusing the government of indulging in widespread arrest of its leaders and activists, BNP secretary general Mirza Fakhrul Islam Alamgir on Monday said no sign is still visible in the country for holding the next national election in a credible manner, reports UNB. “The number of unlawful arrest…
Bangladesh to move out of LDC

Bangladesh to move out of LDC

We are happy with the comment by the commerce minister that Bangladesh has fulfilled the condition to move out of the list of Least Developed Countries (LDC’s). Reportedly, the three main criteria have been met which features per capita income of $1610, human asset at 70 and economic vulnerability…
Shielding coral reefs for environmental security

Shielding coral reefs for environmental security

Coral reefs are not only eye-catching − rich in marine biota but are mostly calcium carbonate (caco3). In general, more than 50 per cent of calcium carbonates of coral reefs are contributed by algae. It consists of corals, their skeletons and reef as fundamental ingredients. Coral reefs are highly…
Regulator goes tough on unwanted telco packages

Regulator goes tough on unwanted telco packages

Mobile phone operators are still offering unwanted package deals to their subscribers despite Bangladesh Telecommuni-cation Regulatory Commission seventeen months ago assured to take measures to stop these kinds of deals, which in turn create hassle for subscribers. BTRC Chairman Shahjahan Mahmood,…
Macron endorses China’s Belt and Road Initiative with caution

Macron endorses China’s Belt and Road Initiative with caution

BEIJING: French President Emmanuel Macron urged Europe yesterday to take part in China’s massive Silk Road infrastructure project but warned against “hegemony”, saying both sides should share the benefits, reports AFP. Macron, on the first day of a state visit, also called on Europe…
‘Naddiyo Natim’ to be staged on opening day

‘Naddiyo Natim’ to be staged on opening day

Mad Theatre will stage the 38th show of their maiden play ‘Naddiyo Natim’ on the inaugural day of the three-day ‘International Bangla Literature Conference’ on the Bangla Academy premises in the capital on January 13. Directed by Asadul Islam, the play ‘Naddiyo Natim’…
Anamul, Mithun look to earn nat’l team berths

Anamul, Mithun look to earn nat’l team berths

Wicketkeeper-batsmen Anamul Haque Bijoy and Mohammad Mithun staged a comeback in the national fold after a long-lull ahead of the imminent tri-angular series at home turf. The home series, is going to be held after an eight-year-hiatus, comprising Sri Lanka, Zimbabwe and the hosts Bangladesh is all…
Unlicenced brick-fields in Shariatpur damage crops

Unlicenced brick-fields in Shariatpur damage crops

Unlicensed brick-fields, using wood for burning bricks, are damaging crops, farmers have complained. On the other hand, brick-field owners said they have to use woods for burning bricks. It is learnt that owners of most of the brick kilns in six upazilas of Shariatpur district have been running their…
Build yourself as pro-people force

Build yourself as pro-people force

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina yesterday asked the police to build themselves as members of a pro-people force as their duty towards people is huge, reports UNB. "You must always remember that you're the members of the police force of independent Bangladesh...your duty towards people is immense...you…
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