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Ensure labour rights, create jobs: PM

Ensure labour rights, create jobs: PM

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina yesterday urged both the local and international entrepreneurs to take steps to ensure labour rights alongside creating more…

Govt blocking all options for opponents: BNP

BNP senior leader Nazrul Islam Khan yesterday alleged that the government is blocking all the options of doing politics by its opponents as it has no accountability, reports BSS. “Even women are also being affected as they cannot exercise their democratic rights,” he told a discussion. Jatiyatabadi…

Republicans reject CIA reports

Republicans on Saturday rejected reports of a secret CIA assessment finding that Russia sought to tip the US presidential election in Donald Trump’s favor, as a Democratic Senate leader called for an investigation, reports AFP from Washington. “The intelligence is wrong,” Republican…
IS retakes Palmyra after Syria army withdrawal

IS retakes Palmyra after Syria army withdrawal

The Islamic State jihadist group recaptured Palmyra yesterday after Syrian armed forces pulled out of the desert city, the Syrian Observatory for Human…

SC stays HC order against ‘gambling’ at clubs

The Appellate Division of the Supreme Court yesterday stayed a High Court order that directed the government to stop the playing of gambling in the form of bingo, dice, and card games in 13 renowned clubs in the country including Dhaka club. A four-member bench of the Appellate Division headed by Chief…

PWD still not using hollow bricks: Muhith

Finance minister AMA Muhith yesterday alleged that the Public Works Department (PWD) is not following his instruction to use eco-friendly hollow bricks. “When I took over the ministry in 2009, I instructed the PWD to use hollow bricks instead of top-soil bricks. But it is still not following this…

Fire breaks out at Mohakhali slum

A fire broke out at ‘Saat-tola’ slum in Mohakhali of the capital early today, damaging shanties and adjacent structures. Thirteen fire fighting units were sent to the spot to bring the fire under control and the fire was 60 per cent under control by 2:15am, said fire service officials. The…
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