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  • Khaleda’s appeal accepted, bail hearing Sunday
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  • Netherlands to focus Rohingya issue at UNSC: Official
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1.5 lakh Bangladeshis  face threat of ouster

1.5 lakh Bangladeshis face threat of ouster

It is bad news for the country, as at least 1,50,000 “undocumented” Bangladeshi expatriates currently staying in 34 countries, including the…
UN wants to assist in big manner

UN wants to assist in big manner

In the lead up to the 11th parliamentary polls, the United Nations wants to assist in a big manner, like it did before the 2008 general election, but…

Make unified law for all instts: HC

The High Court (HC) yesterday directed the government to enact within a year a comprehensive law, titled the ‘Bangladesh Education Code’, for all private educational institutions, including kindergartens and Qawmi madrasas.  The secretaries of education, law, finance and public administration…
Rain again cripples life in capital

Rain again cripples life in capital

It took only 23.6mm of rainfall between 12 noon and 3pm yesterday (Wednesday) to flood most city streets, disrupting rush hour traffic, and causing long…

They are doing fine

The conjoined twins who underwent a critical surgery at the Dhaka Medical College Hospital (DMCH) on Tuesday are doing fine. Their condition continues to improve, said hospital sources yesterday. The two babies—Tofa and Tahura—are now in the paediatric intensive care unit (ICU) of the DMCH.…

Another journo behind bars

Yet another journalist has been put behind bars after he was charged under Section 57 of the ICT Act for his Facebook post. Simanto Khokan, Brahmanbaria district correspondent of the Daily Observer, is alleged to have defamed a family and misled people by his post in the social networking site on baseless…

Construction of MRT Line-6 kicks off

The construction work of elevated viaducts (tracks) and station of the country’s first ever metro rail initiated by Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina kicked off in Dhaka yesterday to help reduce public sufferings, reports BSS. Road Transport and Bridges Minister Obaidul Quader today inaugurated the…
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