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Question paper leaks continue unabated

Question paper leaks continue unabated

Question paper leaks of the ongoing Secondary School Certificate (SSC) examinations apparently continue unabated as the Chemistry question papers of yesterday’s…
Prisoners can talk over 
phone from Mar 8

Prisoners can talk over phone from Mar 8

For the first time in the country, the jail authorities are going to introduce "mobile phone facility" for prisoners from March 8 to stop the…
17 killed in Florida school shooting by ex-student

17 killed in Florida school shooting by ex-student

Authorities in Florida could offer no explanation Wednesday night as to why a former student armed with an AR-15 rifle opened fire at a high school earlier…

Quader allays fear about proposed Digital Security Act

The ruling Awami League’s General Secretary Obaidul Quader, also the road transport and bridges minister, yesterday said there is no need to worry about the proposed Digital Security Act 2018 just yet. “There prevails a wrong perception that the Cabinet has already approved the proposed…

BNP set to hold another round of demonstrations

The BNP will go for another round of peaceful demonstrations across the country next week, demanding the release of party chairperson Khaleda Zia. As part of the programme, the party will begin a mass signature campaign from Saturday, submit a memorandum to the offices of deputy commissioners (DCs)…
President wants Myanmar to
ensure safe return of Rohingyas

President wants Myanmar to ensure safe return of Rohingyas

President Abdul Hamid yesterday urged Myanmar to take steps so that the displaced Rohingyas can return to their homeland in Rakhine with dignity and safety,…

‘Internet radicalised Momena’

Bangladeshi student Momena Soma, 24, arrested in connection with the stabbing of a man in Australia, and her sister Asmaul Husna Sumona, 22, are not members of any militant organisation in the country. They have been radicalised through online militant activities, police have said. Monirul Islam, chief…
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