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Madrasas plan anti-terror awareness among students

Madrasas plan anti-terror awareness among students

Several madrasas and Islamic organisations are planning to implement anti-militant programmes following the recent spate of militant attacks in the country.…
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main job now

Building image main job now

A day after the claim made by Foreign Minister Abul Hassan Mahmood Ali that  the image of the country was not tarnished due to the terrorist attacks…

UGC urges NSU to boost vigilance

The University Grants Commission (UGC) yesterday advised the North South University (NSU) to enhance its vigilance on students and also devise a clear recruitment policy for teachers. It also advised the university to increase the frequency of meetings with parents and guardians and discuss why students…
Hasina in Mongolia to attend ASEM

Hasina in Mongolia to attend ASEM

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina was accorded a red carpet reception as she arrived in Ulaanbaatar yesterday on a three-day official visit to Mongolia to…

Japanese man hid in cafe’s garden

Tamaoki Watanabe, the sole survivor among the eight Japanese caught in a July 1 terrorist attack at a restaurant in Gulshan area of Dhaka, told Japanese police that he managed to hide from attackers in the establishment’s garden, investigative sources said Wednesday, reports The Japan Times. The…

Identical khutba during Juma prayers today

Bangladesh Islamic Foundation yesterday issued a circular requesting imams of all mosques across the country to follow a common khutba (sermon) during the Juma prayer today. In a bid to create awareness among people against terrorism and militancy, The foundation issued the circular signed by its Deputy…
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