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  • Ecnec clears 8 projects involving Tk 5,142 cr
  • Ershad’s 4th namaz-e-janaza held in Rangpur
  • HSC, equivalent results tomorrow
  • Ensure paddy procurement directly from farmers: Minister
  • Flood situation turns worse in five districts
  • Supply of sacrificial animals adequate: Number of cattle goes down by 1.5 lakh from last year
  • Rohingya crisis: ICC team in city
  • Rifat's wife Minni interrogated
  • ‘Drug trader’ killed in Rajshahi ‘gunfight’
Revenue caught in legal web

Revenue caught in legal web

The National Board of Revenue (NBR) has not been able to collect over Tk 9,962 crore of unpaid revenue due to legal complexities, with more than 4,378…
Prince Harry, Meghan marry in emotional wedding

Prince Harry, Meghan marry in emotional wedding

Britain's Prince Harry and Meghan Markle became husband and wife in a star-studded Windsor Castle ceremony yesterday, filled with traditional pomp…

Don’t let perpetrators get away: Dhaka

The perpetrators of the atrocities against Rohingya community have violated the international laws in the extreme and they should not be allowed to get away, Bangladesh has told The United Nations Security Council (UNSC). Dhaka also urged the UNSC to make the full use of international laws to solve…

BGP ‘forcing’ them to leave no man’s land

Border Guard Police (BGP) of Myanmar yesterday reportedly started asking Rohingya people, staying on no-man's land along the Tombru border point in Banbarban district, to leave the area, reports UNB. Around 4,500 Rohingya people have been staying on the no-man's land of the border, said Din…

Relocation of 1 lakh to Bhasanchar in 2 months

One lakh Rohingyas, who have taken shelter in Bangladesh amid persecution in Myanmar, will be relocated to Bhasanchar of Hatiya upazila in Noakhali within two months, reports UNB. Disaster Management and Relief secretary Mohammad Shah Kamal came up with the information at a programme at Balukhali camp…

Workers vandalise weighing scale office

Transport workers yesterday vandalized the Weighing Scale Office and blocked the Dhaka-Chattogram Highway for two hours in protest against the assault a truck driver by the weighing scale staff. The transport leaders alleged that the Weighing Scale staff were harassing truck drivers for a long time.…

Afghan cricket stadium attack leaves 8 dead

Eight people were killed and 45 wounded in a series of explosions targeting a cricket match in the eastern Afghan city of Jalalabad, officials said yesterday, the first attack since the holy month of Ramadan began, reports AFP from Jalalabad. The blasts exploded among spectators crowded into the stadium…
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