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JU closed sine die as 30 hurt 
in attack on protesters

JU closed sine die as 30 hurt in attack on protesters

Jahangirnagar University (JU) was shut for an indefinite period by the university authorities following a BCL attack on demonstrating students and teachers…
Bring in new contractors for healthy race: PM

Bring in new contractors for healthy race: PM

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has asked the authorities concerned to provide opportunities to new contractors to ensure a healthy competition, as all contractors…

Police quiz Kishor Alo Editor Anisul

Police have quizzed several witnesses including Kishor Alo magazine editor Anisul Hoque yesterday over the death of Naimul Abrar Rahat (14), a student of Dhaka Residential Model College (DRMC). Naimul, a student of Class IX, died of electrocution from a power generator during a programme organised by…

Failure of VCs, teachers’ political links blamed

Several public universities are facing a chaotic situation because of rampant interference by the government, political adherence of teachers’ associations, failure of Vice-Chancellors (VCs) to run academic and administrative activities and so on.  The situation has led to the shutdown of…
Govt decision makes subscribers pay more, says Robi CEO

Govt decision makes subscribers pay more, says Robi CEO

The government’s decision to refrain from issuing any kind of approval related to service and maintenance to Grameenphone and Robi has jacked up…

Send trial docs of Rashed Chy to US: Official

Visiting US Acting Assistant Secretary Alice Wells has requested Bangladesh to send the trial documents of Rashed Chowdhury to her country so that the US government can examine the Bangladesh demand to send back the Bangabandhu killer. The issue came up during a meeting between the US acting assistant…
Tigers unfazed 
by cyclone threat

Tigers unfazed by cyclone threat

Bangladesh vowed to play fearless brand of cricket yet again as they sniff a good chance to clinch a series against India that too in Indian soil. So…
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