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CPD wants dialogue with buyers

CPD wants dialogue with buyers

Noted economist Prof Rehman Sobhan yesterday suggested that an international dialogue should be arranged with buyers and embassies concerned to hike the…

MPO-listed teachers to ‘face action’

The Directorate of Secondary and Higher Education (DSHE) has warned that it will take steps against those teachers involved in “excessive coaching business” at different non-government educational institutions in the capital. DSHE sources said they have received allegations against at least…

‘Shisha now drug’

Against the backdrop of growing demand of deadly ‘shisha’ (hookah) among the youths, the Department of Narcotic Control (DNC) has proposed to incorporate it as a drug in the relevant law, reports BSS.  “We have sent a proposal to the government with a request to include shisha…
Putin promises 
‘victories’ at 
star-studded rally

Putin promises ‘victories’ at star-studded rally

MOSCOW: President Vladimir Putin on Saturday promised "victories" for Russia at a star-studded rally attended by tens of thousands of supporters…

Trailed by legal woes, Netanyahu to meet ‘true friend’ Trump

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu will have a brief respite next week from the deluge of legal woes he faces when he heads to Washington to meet US President Donald Trump, reports AFP from Jerusalem. Even as he prepared for his trip, Netanyahu was again questioned by police in Jerusalem on Friday…

US pledges support for dignified return

Voicing strong support for Bangladesh, the visiting deputy assistant to US President Donald Trump, Lisa Curtis, said the United States will provide all necessary assistance for a dignified repatriation of Rohingya refugees to Myanmar. Lisa Curtis said this during her visit to a refugee camp in Ukhia,…

Create terms for safe return

The United Nations (UN) has called on Myanmar to create required conditions for the 'safe and sustainable' return of Rohingyas to their homeland from Bangladesh and engage UNHCR in the discussions on return, reports UNB. "We certainly call on Myanmar to create those conditions for return…
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