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AL vows to materialise Bangabandhu’s dream

AL vows to materialise Bangabandhu’s dream
The Awami League (AL) vowed to realise Bangabandhu Mujibur Rahman's dream of building a 'Sonar Bangla', free from poverty and hunger, on the occasion of his 44th martyrdom anniversary and National Mourning Day, yesterday. After paying rich tributes to Bangabandhu and his family members, ruling party leaders said the government had been working relentlessly to turn his vision into reality. AL general secretary Obaidul Quader yesterday told reporters that they had been working tirelessly to build a corruption-free country under the leadership of Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina. He was speaking after paying tributes to the family members of Bangabandhu in the Banani graveyard in the city. “No obstacle will be able to thwart the…

Thousands descend on Kuakata for Eid vacation

Thousands descend on Kuakata for Eid vacation

A large number of people came to the Kuakata tourist spot to enjoy the Eid vacation. They watched sunrise and sunset as well as bathe in the sea. The Patuakhali district administration and law enforcement agencies made elaborate security arrangements in the area. Thousands of local and foreign tourists…
Call to bring back fugitive killers of Bangabandhu

Call to bring back fugitive killers of Bangabandhu

The National Mourning Day and 44th martyrdom anniversary of Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman was observed in metropolitan cities yesterday with a call for effective steps to bring the fugitive killers of the Bangabandhu back to Bangladesh so that the murderers get their deserved…
Free rawhide market from syndicates

Free rawhide market from syndicates

Every year, the Eid-ul-Azha triggers a seasonal trade of rawhide from sacrificed animals which has several layers, not known to the common person. While the seasonal hide trader is in the business to make a profit, the main beneficiaries of the operation are the shoe and leather product industry plus…
Decoding PM’s speech on Kashmir: 10 counter questions

Decoding PM’s speech on Kashmir: 10 counter questions

The Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressed the nation on Kashmir issue, speaking the right words, echoing assuaging sentiments, and calling for peace and development. Here are his top ten statements, and the counter questions on them. 1. "The people of Jammu and Kashmir and those of Ladakh were…
BTRC to make regulations for 
e-waste management

BTRC to make regulations for e-waste management

The Bangladesh Telecom Regulatory Commission (BTRC) plans to take steps to ensure proper e-waste management of such stuff as handsets, computers and electrical gadgets, as their causal disposal poses a risk to the environment and public health. BTRC chairman Jahurul Haque said: “This is a problem…
US asks Gibraltar to hold Iranian tanker in detention

US asks Gibraltar to hold Iranian tanker in detention

The United States requested yesterday that Gibraltar hold in detention an Iranian supertanker at the centre of a stand-off between Tehran and London that sparked tensions in the oil-rich Gulf. The British overseas territory’s Supreme Court was set to release the Grace 1, which is suspected of…
‘Made in Bangladesh’ to be premiered in Toronto film festival

‘Made in Bangladesh’ to be premiered in Toronto film festival

Award-winning filmmaker Rubaiyat Hossain’s third feature film titled ‘Made in Bangladesh’ is all set to see its world premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival (TIIF) in Ontario, Canada. The film will be screened under the Contemporary World Cinema category featuring narrative…
Women’s cricket team leaves to play World T20 qualifiers in Scotland

Women’s cricket team leaves to play World T20 qualifiers in Scotland

With an aim to earn the ticket for the ICC Women’s World T20 to be held in Australia in 2020, Bangladesh women’s cricket team left the country yesterday. The Tigress will firstly reach Netherlands as they are scheduled to play four matches as part of their preparation here. Then they will…
Computer, language labs in schools soon

Computer, language labs in schools soon

The government is going to establish computer and language labs in 509 government primary schools across the country to develop technological and language skills of selected students of those educational institutions. The Directorate of Primary Education (DPE) will implement the project titled ‘Establishment…
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