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Disparities undermining urban development: Survey

Disparities undermining urban development: Survey

The living standard of urban population is increasing, but the existing disparities in some major areas are undermining the pace of urban development,…

Swechchhasebak League leader shot dead in Ctg

A young man was shot dead by unknown miscreants in broad daylight in the port city yesterday around 12:30pm, a few hundred metres from the Kotowali Police Station. The deceased was identified as Ibrahim Manik, 32, a member Swechchhasebak League of Chittagong city unit and a resident of the city’s…

Pvt medical colleges must comply with rules: Nasim

Health and Family Welfare Minister Mohammad Nasim yesterday said all private medical colleges must comply with rules to ensure quality medical education, reports BSS. "We are overseeing academic activities of all private medical colleges to improve medical education in the country," he told…

Charges against 8 taken into cognisance

The International Crimes Tribunal (ICT)-1 yesterday took the charges of crimes against humanity pressed by the prosecution against Jatiya Party lawmaker MA Hannan and seven others from Mymensingh into cognizance. "The tribunal has took the five charges into cognizance and set February 1 for passing…

Explanation sought on holding PWD chief engineer’s post by Hafiz

The High Court yesterday issued a rule asking the government to explain under which authority Hafizur Rahman alias Tipu Munshi has been holding the post of acting chief engineer of the Public Works Department, reports UNB. An HC bench comprising Justice Obaidul Hassan and Justice Krishna Debnath issued…

Six CU BCL leaders expelled

CHITTAGONG: Bangladesh Chhatra League (BCL) central committee yesterday permanently expelled six leaders of its Chittagong University (CU) unit for their alleged involvement in recent clashes on the university campus, reports UNB. The expelled BCL leaders are BCL CU Unit Vice-President Mohammad Rakib…

Stay on Niko graft trial against Moudud upheld

The Supreme Court on Sunday upheld a High Court order that stayed the trial proceedings against BNP leader Moudud Ahmed in the Niko graft case for eight weeks, reports UNB. A four-member bench of the Appellate Division headed by Chief Justice Surendra Kumar Sinha passed the order after hearing a petition…

ACC arrests UP chairman in Noakhali

The Anti Corruption Commission (ACC) on Sunday arrested a Union Parishad chairman from Noakhali sadar upazila for allegedly misappropriating food grains from a government safety net scheme, reports UNB. Anti Corruption Commission (ACC),  assistant director Md Moshiur Rahman of its Noakhali Zila…

Parshe fishing goes on defying ban

KHULNA: Fishing of Parshe fry, a type of mullet, is going on unchecked in the canals and rivers of the Sundarbans defying restrictions, reports UNB. About 20 cartels are involved in Parshe fry catching and transporting those through engine-driven boats over the last one week, according to sources at…

Call for drug-free Khulna

KHULNA: Speakers here yesterday called upon authority concerned to ensure a drug and adulteration food free Khulna city, reports BSS. They also underscored on action against unfit and license free and engine and battery run three wheeler vehicles for reducing road mishap as well as traffic jam free…

News in brief

Bangabandhu Memorial Trust meeting held  A meeting of Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman Memorial Trust was held at Bangabandhu Memorial Museum in Dhanmondi in the capital on Saturday evening. Chairperson of the trust and Bangabandhu’s eldest daughter Prime Minister Sheikh…

Campus corner

AIUB observes ‘MIS Day’  The Department of Management Information Systems organised (MIS) the first ever ‘MIS Day’ on American International University-Bangladesh (AIUB) premises on Monday, says a press release. The event was officially inaugurated by the AIUB Vice-Chancellor…
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