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Ctg clinics go on 
indefinite strike

Ctg clinics go on indefinite strike

Private hospitals in Chattogram went on an indefinite strike yesterday protesting at a mobile court drive in Max Hospital blamed for massive irregularities…
Varsity teachers lend support to quota reform movement

Varsity teachers lend support to quota reform movement

Teachers of different universities took to the streets yesterday to support the cause of quota reform activists, who have continued with their demonstrations…
Mohammedan seeks govt nod for 52-storey clubhouse

Mohammedan seeks govt nod for 52-storey clubhouse

Mohammedan Sporting Club has sought government approval to build a 52-storey clubhouse at its Motijheel-based club complex. The 82-year old club, …

Rohingyas not returning home soon: UN expert

The Rohingya people, who took shelter in Cox’s Banzar to escape from the atrocities orchestrated by the Myanmar security forces, local Buddhist mobs and people from different groups in Rakhine, are not returning to their homes in near future due to unfavourable safety situation across the border,…

England WC fever mounts

England is basking in unexpected World Cup success as coach Gareth Southgate is elevated to national hero status, cathedral organs belt out football anthems and the country prepares to shut down for Wednesday's semi-final, reports AFP from London.. Clean-cut, waistcoated manager Southgate was not…

50 reserved seats in JS for 25 years more

Parliament yesterday unanimously passed The Constitution (17th Amendment) Bill, 2018, to keep the 50 parliamentary seats reserved exclusively for women for 25 more years, reports UNB. The Bill was passed by 298-0 vote as the Speaker put it on division vote in the House. Law, Justice and Parliamentary…

Three ‘drug traders’ killed in ‘gunfights’

Three suspected drug traders were killed in gunfights with law enforcers in Jhenidah and Mymensingh districts early yesterday, reports UNB. In Jhenidah, two suspected drug traders —Sajjadur Rahman and Abdur Razzak—were killed in a reported gunfight with  members of Rapid Action Battalion…

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