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  • PM urges int'l community to ensure Rohingya children's rights
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  • Bus services from Mohakhali terminal resumes
  • Myanmar military led systematic violence against Rohingya: US
No MCQs ‘from this year’

No MCQs ‘from this year’

The examinees of Primary Education Completion (PEC) and equivalent exams will have to answer only broad and short questions in writing as multiple choice…
Rally stalls traffic in capital

Rally stalls traffic in capital

The Awami League (AL) rally held at Suhrawardy Udyan in the capital yesterday resulted in huge traffic snarls on various roads of the capital right from…
Ride by women, for women

Ride by women, for women

Back in 2011, when Israt Khan Mojlish first rode her motorbike on Dhaka roads, people stared at her as if they had seen an alien. Seven years down the…
Singapore to name orchid after Hasina

Singapore to name orchid after Hasina

Singapore will name an orchid after Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina at the Singapore Botanical Garden during her upcoming four-day official visit to the…

ACC recovers Tk 92 lakh from auditor’s house

The Anti Corruption Commission (ACC) recovered Tk 92 lakh from the residence of auditor of accounts office in Kishoreganj district on Tuesday. ACC deputy director Pranab Kumar Bhattacharya said the ACC officials conducted a raid at the residence of auditor Syeduzzaman on Tuesday midnight and recovered…

No permission for BNP rally at Suhrawardy

The BNP has been denied permission to hold its planned rally at Suhrawardy Udyan in the capital on March 12 demanding the release of party Chairperson Khaleda Zia, according to party sources. The party was also not given green signal to hold rallies at Hadith Park in Khulna on March 10 and Laldighi…

Anti-Muslim riots flare anew in Sri Lanka

Residents say anti-Muslim rioting has flared anew in central Sri Lanka despite a state of emergency, with Buddhist mobs burning mosques and Muslim-owned shops in at least two towns, reports AP from Colombo. The police ordered a curfew across much of the region Wednesday for a third day, trying to calm…

Panel to make report public ‘soon’

The findings of a committee set up to conduct a ‘holistic study’ of the evolution of 12,000 years of Indian culture are due to be placed in public soon in the midst of contentions — vehemently denied by the government — that it is intended to rewrite ancient Indian history and…
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