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Still inside Myanmar, yet not allowed to go home

Still inside Myanmar, yet not allowed to go home
Thousands of Rohingyas have been living inside Myanmar for more than half a year, yet they are not allowed to return home in Rakhine by the Myanmar authorities reflecting their unwillingness to honour the deals the country signed with Bangladesh to take its people back. About 5,000 Rohingyas have been living for months in makeshift camps on the no man’s land along Bangladesh’s Konarpara (Naikhongchhari, Bandarban) and Myanmar’s Tambru border points. According to Border Guard Bangladesh (BGB) and the district administration, of about 5,000 Rohingyas, 80 per cent of them are actually in Myanmar territory, but they are not allowed to return to their homes in Rakhine by the Myanmar border police despite repeated requests from…

Myanmar leadership urged to take stand against ethnic cleansing

Myanmar leadership urged to take stand against ethnic cleansing

An internationally-acclaimed Buddhist peace activist has called upon the monastic leadership in Myanmar to take a stand against ethnic cleansing in that country, reports UNB. "To the Buddhist leadership, to the monastic leadership in Myanmar, asking them to take a stand in the name of Buddhism…
Do not prescribe unnecessary tests

Do not prescribe unnecessary tests

President M Abdul Hamid yesterday asked physicians not to prescribe the patients for doing unnecessary medical tests as many patients cannot bear the expenses, reports BSS. "Many patients are being harassed in the name of treatment . . . A section of physicians prescribe the patients for doing…
Classroom teaching

Classroom teaching

Experts said that the education ministry should ensure classroom teaching instead of putting emphasis on curbing question paper leak by adopting various measures each time it happens. According to a report of this newspaper yesterday, they said if classroom teaching is ensured by quality teachers, students…
Mission Mamata

Mission Mamata

One person who always makes news politically is West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee. Popularly known as Didi, Mamata descended on the Indian capital early this week on a whirlwind tour. More than the tour what made news was the purpose of her visit.  Mamata had come calling and meeting whoever…
Local toys come of age

Local toys come of age

Buoyed by the success of local manufacturers, the domestic toy industry of Bangladesh is flourishing and reducing its dependency on imported toys, as it gets self-sufficient day by day. Bangladesh Toy Merchants, Manufacturers and Importers’ Association president and managing director of Everest…
Britain must cut over 50 diplomats : Russia

Britain must cut over 50 diplomats : Russia

MOSCOW: Russia said yesterday that Britain had to reduce its diplomatic staff by more than 50 more people as a crisis in ties between Moscow and the West escalated over the nerve agent attack on a former spy, reports AFP. The new measures came after 23 British diplomats left Russia earlier this month…
Reality show ‘Banglabid’ back again with season 2

Reality show ‘Banglabid’ back again with season 2

Bengali linguistic competition and TV reality show ‘Ispahani Mirzapore Banglabid’ is back with the season 2. This was one of the most popular TV reality shows in the country last year. Ispahani Mirzapore has taken this initiative to motivate the young generation to practice and use correct…
U-15 women team humbles Iran

U-15 women team humbles Iran

Bangladesh national U-15 women’s team continues their dominance at the ongoing Jockey CGI Youth Football Tournament 2018 in Hong Kong with another smashing win against Iran yesterday. The Bangladeshi girls thrashed the middle-eastern outfit 8-1 in their second match of the tournament.   The…
Groundwater level falling fast in Jessore

Groundwater level falling fast in Jessore

Eight upazilas of Jessore district will face an acute scarcity of water in the next dry season, as the groundwater level in the area is falling fast.   Sources in the Public Health Engineering Department said the first layer of water is 26 feet below the surface, which rises by 14 feet during the…
Seeking votes my political right: PM

Seeking votes my political right: PM

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina yesterday said seeking votes in favour of her party and its election symbol is her political right and she will keep doing that, reports UNB. "Seeking votes for Boat is my right. I'm the head of a political party... so I'll seek votes for my party wherever I'll…
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