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Move on for proper 
Hajj management

Move on for proper Hajj management

For the first time, the government is going to form two different high-powered committees—the National Hajj Management Committee and the Executive…

Keeping law and order in Rohingya settlements gets challenging

The recent murder of a Rohingya leader in a settlement in Cox’s Bazar along with rampant clashes among groups of the displaced people reflects a fear that the law and order situation can get out of hand to create a chaotic situation, according to officials of the administration and the police.…

WB must back nat’l priority of a state

Visiting World Bank Executive Director Aparna Subramani yesterday told Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina that she also thinks the global lending agency should support the national priority of a country, reports UNB. "I feel the World Bank must support the national priority of any country," she…

Bullet-hit body of ‘drug trader’ found

Police recovered the bullet-hit body of a suspected drug trader besides rail tracks on Chuadanga-Darshana road in Damurhuda upazila of Chuadanga yesterday, reports UNB. The deceased was identified as Hridoy, 28, son of Bacchu Mia of Darshana upazila. He was wanted in 14 cases, said Sukumar Biswash,…

Cops probe allegations against AL MP’s son

Police are investigating the death of a driver who was run over by a luxury SUV in Dhaka on June 19, allegedly driven by Shabab Chowdhury, the son of Ekramul Karim Chowdhury, an Awami League (AL) lawmaker. The person who was driving the car will be identified with the help of CCTV footage and the police…
One year of Saudi crown prince

One year of Saudi crown prince

It has been one year since the appointment of Mohammed Bin Salman as Saudi crown prince, shaking up Saudi domestic and foreign policies in an unprecedented…

Migrants use World Cup Fan IDs to try to enter EU

A small number of migrants have used Russia's World Cup ticketing system that allows visa-free travel for foreign fans to try to enter the European Union illegally, with neighbouring Belarus and Finland reporting cases, reports AFP from Saint Petersburg. Moscow has implemented a Fan ID system that…
A billion-dollar secretive business

A billion-dollar secretive business

The business of housing, transporting and watching over migrant children detained along the southwest border is not a multimillion-dollar business, reports…
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