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20pc replacement facilities sought

20pc replacement facilities sought

More than 13,000 pilgrims out of a total 1,27,198 pilgrim quotas allocated for Bangladesh may not be able to perform hajj this year, if the government…
Online application for MPO 
facility to open ‘in a week’

Online application for MPO facility to open ‘in a week’

Online application for the inclusion of non-government educational institutions under Monthly Pay Order (MPO) facilities would begin within a week, education…

Tk 8,300 lowest wage for public sector industries

The cabinet has approved the National Wage Scale-2015 and allowances for the workers of public sector industries with minimum wage of Taka 8,300 as recommended by the National Wages and Productivity Commission 2015, reports BSS. The approval was given in the weekly meeting of the cabinet held at Prime…

BUET student crushed under bus at Mirpur

Rash driving caused the death of a BUET student at Mirpur in the capital yesterday, a day after a former student of Jahangirnagar University was crushed under the wheels of a bus in Kalshi Flyover area. Sayed Masud Rana, 23, a final-year student of Bangladesh University of Business and Technology (BUBT),…

Popular diagnostic centre fined Tk 25 lakh

A mobile court of Rapid Action battalion (RAB) yesterday imposed Tk 25 lakh fine on a Popular Diagnostic Centre in Dhanmondi Road-2 for using expired re-agents (chemicals) and also sending them outside Dhaka branches. The RAB magistrate, Sarwar Alam, led the operation which began at 1pm and continued…

NGOs urge UN to bring Myanmar to accountability

Cox's Bazar CSO NGO Forum (CCNF), a network consisting local NGOs working in Cox's Bazar district yesterday urged the United Nations to bring the Myanmar junta to accountability in the International Criminal Court and also to initiate a permanent mechanism to stop such ethnic cleansing and genocides…

5 more beaten to death in India lynchings

Indian police said yesterday they have arrested 23 people after five men were bludgeoned to death by a crazed mob in yet another horrific lynching to rock the country, reports AFP from New Delhi. Local media estimate more than 25 people have been killed in recent months in similar cases sparked by false…

Boys found alive after nine days

All 12 boys and their football coach have been found alive after nine days missing in caves in Thailand, in a drama that gripped the nation, reports BBC. All of them are safe, an official confirmed, speaking after the mammoth search operation in the Tham Luang caves in Chiang Rai. The challenge now…

US embassy acts like BNP mouthpiece

Prime Minister’s ICT Affairs Adviser Sajeeb Wazed Joy has strongly criticised the US embassy in Dhaka, accusing it of turning into a ‘sort of’ BNP mouthpiece. Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina’s son made the comment in a Facebook post yesterday night referring to the recent comments…
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