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Cops hunt for missing students in Ctg

Cops hunt for missing students in Ctg

The Chittagong Metropolitan Police (CMP) and Chittagong district police have formed separate committees to collect information about people who have gone…

Child’s body recovered from drain after 19hrs

The body of six-year-old Sanjida, who died after falling into a drain near the city’s Mohakhali bus terminal, was recovered by divers of the Fire Services and Civil Defence yesterday. Her body was recovered from the piles of garbage inside the drain yesterday morning, after 19 hours of frantic…
New British PM rounds out Brexit cabinet

New British PM rounds out Brexit cabinet

Theresa May was to spend her first full day as prime minister fleshing out her government on yesterday, after taking office pledging a fresh start as…

e-GP growth doubled

Both the value and volume of tenders invited through the electronic government procurement (e-GP) system in Bangladesh doubled in the fiscal year ending on June 30, 2016. Data released by the government show that the number of e-GP tenders invited in the fiscal year up to June 2015 was 26102, which…

CJ for enhanced security of judges, courts across country

The Supreme Court (SC) has sought the government's help in providing tight security in and around court premises and judges' residences in the wake of the recent militant attack in the capital that claimed the lives of 29 people, including foreigners and police officers.  The apex court…

Leave Jamaat or ask it to apologise for misdeeds

A group of intellectuals and professionals yesterday suggested that BNP Chairperson Khaleda Zia either leave Jamaat-e-Islami or give it a condition to offer apology to the nation for its Liberation War misdeeds for forging a national unity with all parties to tackle militancy, UNB reports. They put…
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