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Goods transport strike called off

Goods transport strike called off

Goods transport strike, which has been crippling public life for last couple of days, was postponed late last night after hours of talks with the government…
Rice prices keep rising

Rice prices keep rising

The price of rice is spiralling in the kitchen markers despite the government’s efforts to control it. An emergency meeting was held at the food…
Vegetables get pricier in capital

Vegetables get pricier in capital

Vegetable prices increased in the capital’s kitchen markets yesterday amid the transport workers’ strike over the new road transport law.…

First air cargo flight with onion arrives

A cargo aircraft carrying imported onion from Pakistan arrived in Dhaka yesterday evening. The aircraft of Silk Way Airlines, Azerbaijani private cargo airline, landed at Hazrat Shahjalal International Airport around 7:15pm, said Airport Civil Aviation Director (Security) Group Captain AHM Towhid-Ul…

ACC draws up list of 159

The Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) has made a list of 159 people involved in illegal earnings through casinos and other means, the anti-graft body’s chairman Iqbal Mahmood said yesterday. The ACC chief also hinted that the list has been getting longer as the commission is receiving complaints…
Fire burns 20 shops in capital

Fire burns 20 shops in capital

A fire broke out at Rajdhani Super Market in the capital’s Tikatuli area yesterday evening which gutted at least 20 shops. “The fire sparked…

Amit says NRC applies across India, Mamata says not in WB

West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee said her Trinamool Congress government won’t allow the National Register of Citizens (NRC) in her state. She said yesterday that no one could take anyone’s citizenship away in Bengal, and that her government wouldn’t divide people on communal…

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