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Students continue to fall prey

Students continue to fall prey
The failure of the proctorial bodies of the country’s premier universities to ensure discipline is pushing up torture and ragging incidents, which go unheeded and unpunished in most cases. Although most of the public university authorities have disciplinary committees to curb such crimes on the campus, they have failed to fulfill their functions. Students continue to face torture, ragging, harassment, and assault by Bangladesh Chhatra League (BCL) activists without anyone to defend them. Most of the time, varsities form several investigation committees to probe the allegations of physical and mental torture of students, but to little avail. Our correspondents talked to the students and teachers of different public universities, including…

Charges pressed against 14 militants

Charges pressed against 14 militants

The Counter Terrorism and Transnational Crime (CTTC) unit of the police pressed charges against 14 activists of the banned militant outfit neo-JMB in a case filed in connection with the Hotel Olio blast in the capital’s Panthapath area on August 15, 2017. An inspector of the CTTC unit, Raju Ahmed,…
‘Form commission to 
unmask masterminds’

‘Form commission to unmask masterminds’

Awami League Presidium Member and Central 14-Party Alliance spokesperson Mohammad Nasim yesterday urged the government to form a commission for holding trial of those masterminded the assassination of Bangabandhu and his family members on August 15 in 1975. “Former Presidents Khondaker Mustaq…
Rohingya issue 
at the ICJ

Rohingya issue at the ICJ

The plight and suffering of the Rohingyas which had slipped away from the world’s attention is again under spotlight with Myanmar facing accusation of genocide in a case lodged by Gambia at UN’s International Court of Justice, ICJ. Since the crisis erupted in August 2017, Bangladesh had…
Domino-effects of decision making 
on market equilibrium

Domino-effects of decision making on market equilibrium

Economic instabilities are unpredictable and inevitable. No individual or groups of individuals can ever avoid instabilities or swings in economy. However, government can help put-off economic instabilities from getting inferior. Government may sometimes take regulatory actions particularly on social…
Mongla, Inani to get wind power plants

Mongla, Inani to get wind power plants

Khulna’s Mongla and Cox’s Bazar’s Inani beach are going to have wind power plants each having 50 MW capacity, as a Chinese company was technically responsive as lone bidder in the tender floated by Bangladesh Power Development Board (BPDB). “We’ve been informed by BPDB…
French strike chaos deepens in crucial week for Macron

French strike chaos deepens in crucial week for Macron

France's transport chaos deepened yesterday on the fifth day of a nationwide strike over pension reforms, ramping up tensions at the start of a crucial week in President Emmanuel Macron's battle with trade unions. With only two of the Paris metro's 16 lines running as normal and suburban…
Winners react over their 
acts of achievement

Winners react over their acts of achievement

The prestigious National Film Award for the years 2017 and 2018 were distributed on Sunday. Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina handed over the awards to the winners at a colourful ceremony at Bangabandhu International Conference Centre (BICC) in the capital. The awards were distributed in 27 categories for…
Bangladesh bag men’s cricket gold

Bangladesh bag men’s cricket gold

Bangladesh men’s U-23 cricket team grabbed gold after their women’s counterparts when they also thrashed Sri Lanka by seven wickets in the T20 final of the South Asian Games men’s cricket competition at the Tribhuvan University International Cricket Ground at Kirtipur, Nepal yesterday.…
Narail, Mymensingh freed on this day

Narail, Mymensingh freed on this day

Valiant freedom fighters on this day of 1971 freed Mymensingh and Narail districts from the occupation of Pakistani military forces. Our Narail correspondent reports: Narail was freed from the clutches of Pakistan occupation army on the day, December 10, 1971. The valiant freedom fighters of Narail…
Violence against women, rape continue unabated

Violence against women, rape continue unabated

The body of a 19-year-old female student of Comilla Victoria College was found inside the Comilla Cantonment on March 20, 2016,. It was revealed later that the victim, Sohagi Jahan Tonu, had been raped and murdered. Perpetrators of the crime have not been brought to book as the police are yet to submit…
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