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12 lakh sit for HSC exams from tomorrow

12 lakh sit for HSC exams from tomorrow

Over 12 lakh students will sit for the Higher Secondary Certificate (HSC) and equivalent examinations on April 3 under the 10 education boards, with an…

Women have 'fundamental right' to enter temples

Women in the western state of Maharashtra have a fundamental right to enter and pray inside temples, an Indian court has ruled, reports BBC. The Bombay High Court said the government had to protect this right. The ruling was made in response to a petition filed by an activist against the centuries-old…

Suranjit slams EC for poll violence

Ruling Awami League Advisory Council Member Suranjit Sengupta has castigated the Election Commission for not being able to prevent violence in the just concluded Union Parishad elections that was held in six phases from March 22, 2016. On Thursday, at least nine people were killed due to election-related…

CID team visits Tonu murder spot

A team of the Criminal Investigation Department (CID) yesterday visited the spot in Mainamati Cantonment area where the body of Comilla Victoria college student Sohagi Jahan Tonu was found, reports UNB. The CID team led by investigation officer of the case and CID inspector Gazi Mohammad Ibrahim visited…

Myanmar army MPs slam bill to create Suu Kyi advisor role

Myanmar military MPs yesterday said a plan to bolster Aung San Suu Kyi’s power with a special advisory role was unconstitutional, as the new civilian government tussled with the army just days after taking office, reports AFP from Yangon. The Southeast Asian nation was dominated by the military…

Battle heats up for crunch NY primary

The US presidential circus is barnstorming New York, where adoptive daughter Hillary Clinton and native-born sons Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders are battling to win the state’s most important primary in decades, reports AFP from New York. Despite being the media and financial capital of America,…
It will take time for Iran to rejoin global economy, says Obama

It will take time for Iran to rejoin global economy, says Obama

US President Barack Obama said yesterday it will take time for Iran to rejoin the global economy, as the country’s leadership and citizens express…
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