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Feeding the poor from wedding feasts

Feeding the poor from wedding feasts

In a typical Bangladeshi wedding, one might get caught up with the lights, decor, flowers, sarees, sherwanis and honeymoon plans, but what is often not…
EC in a hurry to introduce EVMs in next nat’l polls: Shujan

EC in a hurry to introduce EVMs in next nat’l polls: Shujan

Members of Shushasoner Jonno Nagorik (Shujan), a civic platform, yesterday said the Election Commission (EC) is in an unseemly haste to introduce electronic…

People getting back trust in police: PM

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina yesterday said people are now getting back their trust and confidence in the police force as they are discharging their responsibilities with utmost honesty, sincerity, devotion and dedication to ensure their security, reports UNB. "Now, the people's confidence…

Flood situation in Bogura, Gaibandha may worsen

The Jamuna, swollen by the rising waters of the Brahmaputra in its upstream, may worsen the flood situation in Jamalpur, Bogura and Gaibandha in the next 24 hours, the Flood Forecasting and Warning Centre (FFWC) warned yesterday. The water level of the Jamuna has been on the rise for the past few days.…

49 dead as Mangkhut rips thru Hong Kong, Philippines

Typhoon Mangkhut rocked Hong Kong en route to mainland China yesterday, injuring scores and sending skyscrapers swaying, after killing at least 49 people in the Philippines and ripping a swathe of destruction through its agricultural heartland, reports AFP from Hong Kong. The world's biggest storm…

Bhutan’s ruling party defeated in first round of polls

Bhutan's prime minister conceded defeat yesterday, after the ruling party was knocked out in the first round of the small Himalayan nation's third-ever election, reports AFP from New Delhi. Harvard educated Tshering Tobgay was seeking a second term in the poll but fell short of two rival parties,…

2 brothers’ bullet-hit bodies found in Jashore

Police recovered the bullet-hit bodies of two brothers from Sharsha and Keshabpur upazilas of Jashore yesterday morning, reports UNB. The victims were identified as Azizul Haq, 45, and Faruk Hossain, 50, sons of late Jeher Ali of Jamtola in Sharsha upazila. Another bother of the victims, Shaidul Islam,…
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