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  • PM urges int'l community to ensure Rohingya children's rights
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  • Bus services from Mohakhali terminal resumes
  • Myanmar military led systematic violence against Rohingya: US
Sand quarries ‘destroying’ country’s rivers

Sand quarries ‘destroying’ country’s rivers

The government earned about Tk. 66 crore by leasing out sand quarries last year. But that was not enough to cover the Bangladesh Water Development Board's…
PM seeks Hanoi help to solve Rohingya crisis

PM seeks Hanoi help to solve Rohingya crisis

Prime minister Sheikh Hasina has sought Vietnam’s support for a solution to the ongoing Rohingya crisis that saw hundreds of thousands of persecuted…

Myanmar Army again takes position along border

After a three-day interval, Myanmar Army again took position along Tambru border in Naikkhonchhari upazila of Bandarban district yesterday, creating panic among the Rohingyas who have taken shelter on no man's land, reports UNB from Cox’s Bazar. Confirming the incident, Lt Col ManjurulHasan…

Attack a work of extremists

Foyzur Hasan was arrested for being involved in the attack on Prof. Muhammed Zafar Iqbal on the day of the incident. But law enforcement agencies are unable to say whether there were others behind the heinous crime. However, students of the Shahjalal University of Science and Technology University (SUST)…

PM visits Zafar Iqbal at CMH

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina yesterday visited Dr Zafar Iqbal, who is received treatment at the Combined Military Hospital (CMH) in Dhaka Cantonment after being injured in a knife attack on the campus of Shahjalal University of Science and Technology (SUST) in Sylhet on Saturday, reports UNB. She went…

Bangladesh politics now Orwell’s Animal Farm

A former adviser of Caretaker Government M Hafizuddin Khan has compared the present political situation of Bangladesh with English writer Gorge Orwell's novel Animal Farm saying that here nobody has the right to differ with the government, reports UNB. He made the remark while addressing a seminar…

Kuwait again bans Bangladesh workers

Kuwait has imposed a ban on recruiting Bangladeshis to work in the northern Arabian Gulf state, reports UNB. Kuwait's Interior Minister Shaikh Khalid Al Jarrah has ordered the ban and asked the interior ministry to apply it, reports Gulf News yesterday quoting Kuwaiti daily Al Jareeda. The decision…
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