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Students suffer as non-govt pry teachers continue movement

Students suffer as non-govt pry teachers continue movement

Hundreds of teachers of non-government primary schools have chosen to boycott classes and taken to the streets in the capital to meet their demand for…

Edn hampered at Rohingya camps

Mohammad Ariful Islam, 8, was one of the many Rohingya children reading loudly from a map of Burmese alphabets at a learning centre (LC) in a refugee camp yesterday. Their young voices reciting the alphabets resonated across the camp. It was an effort to keep the children acquainted with their native…

Bangladesh ‘fulfils conditions’ to come out of LDC status

Bangladesh has already fulfilled the necessary conditions to come out from the status of Least Developed Country (LDC), reports UNB. With this information, the cabinet was yesterday notified about the measures taken for the graduation of Bangladesh from the LDC status. Cabinet Division secretary of…

Tigers aim to keep winning spree

Bangladesh take on Zimbabwe today in the re-match of the tri-nation one-day tournament with an aim to keep their winning spree at the Sher-e-Bangla National Cricket Stadium. Bangladesh team management confirmed they won’t go for experimenting despite confirming the final with two matches at hands.…

US Democrats accept compromise to end govt shutdown

The US Senate yesterday reached a deal to reopen the federal government, with Democrats accepting a compromise spending bill to end days of partisan bickering that forced hundreds of thousands of government employees to stay home without pay, reports AFP. The impasse, the first of its kind since 2013,…

Abbas urges EU to ‘swiftly’ recognise state of Palestine

Palestinian leader Mahmud Abbas yesterday urged EU member states to "swiftly" grant official recognition to the state of Palestine as he arrived to meet foreign ministers from the bloc in Brussels, reports AFP. "We truly consider the European Union as a true partner and friend, and therefore…

Indian farmer crushed to death as tractor seized over debts

An Indian farmer was crushed to death under his tractor as finance company officials drove away with it over $1,400 in unpaid debts, police said yesterday, reports AFP from New Delhi. Police are hunting five loan recovery agents who could be charged with murder in a case that highlights the debt crisis…
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