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Wage social movement against corruption: President

Wage social movement against corruption: President

President Abdul Hamid yesterday stressed the need for creating a strong social movement against corruption at the grassroots level to make people aware…

BRTC to run 900 addl buses during Eid, says Quader

Road Transport and Bridges Minister Obaidul Quader on Wednesday said Bangladesh Road Transport Corporation (BRTC) will run 900 additional buses across the country to ensure smooth journeys of the homebound people during the upcoming Eid-ul-Fitr, reports UNB. While talking to reporters after a meeting…

Kitchen market monitoring begins in Ctg

CHITTAGONG: District administration yesterday started its monitoring at different kitchen markets here to keep prices of essential commodities stable, reports BSS. On the first day, the monitoring teams visited different kitchen markets, including city's Kazir Dwery and Reazauddin Bazaar. Six monitoring…

Tk 314.91cr budget for parliament approved

The Parliament Secretariat Commission yesterday approved an estimated Tk 314.91 crore budget for Parliament to spend for its development and non-development expenditures for the next fiscal year (2017-18), reports UNB. The approval was given at the 28th meeting of the Commission held at the Jatiya Sangsad…

26 Barisal polytechnic students held for torture on fellow

Police arrested 26 students of Barisal Polytechnic Institute yesterday afternoon for allegedly torturing a student on the campus.  Md Asaduzaman, assistant commissioner of Barisal model kotwali thana, said they were informed that a group of students detained Deep Kumar Saha, a seven semester student…

Annual report submitted to president

Law Commission on Wednesday submitted its Annual Report-2016 to President Abdul Hamid, reports UNB. A Commission delegation, led by its Chairman Justice ABM Khairul Haque, submitted the report to the president at Bangabhaban. During the meeting, the delegation apprised the President of the Commission’s…

50 workers fall sick

GAZIPUR: More than 50 employees of a garment factory fell sick due to scorching heat at Konabari in the city, reports UNB. Inspector Mobarak Hossain of Konabari Police Camp said the employees of 'Islam Garment' fell sick due to the hot weather in the morning. Later, they were admitted to local…

JU student beaten by ‘BCL men’

A student of Jahangirnagar University (JU) was allegedly beaten up by Bangladesh Chhatra League (BCL) of JU unit leaders over a trifling matter on Tuesday night.  The injured student was identified as Obaidullah Al Galib, a masters’ student of Economics department and resident of Shaheed…

Comilla mayor gets permanent bail

A court on Wednesday granted permanent bail to Monirul Haque Sakku, the newly elected mayor of Comilla City Corporation (CCC), in a graft case filed by Anti Corruption Commission (ACC), reports UNB. Dhaka Senior Special Judge M Kamrul Hossain Mollah passed the order after Sakku's lawyer M Sanaullah…

No multimedia class in 397 Khulna schools

KHULNA: Students of around 400 government primary schools in the district have been continuing their classes with traditional blackboard as multimedia class couldn't be launched for lack of necessary equipment, especially laptop, reports UNB. There are 1,138 government primary schools in Khulna…

‘Scientific research must be people-oriented’

RAJSHAHI: Speakers at a discussion here have underscored the need for more pro- active scientific and industrial research for benefiting the nation and its people, reports BSS. The speakers opined that all the industrial research and findings of those should be linked to the private entrepreneurs for…

Stress on eco-friendly sanitation

KHULNA: Speakers at an advocacy meeting here yesterday stressed the need for developing environment-friendly sanitation and supplying safe water to ensure sound health for mass people, reports BSS. “Natural supply of safe water and taking effective measures for protecting safe water and hygiene…

Campus corner

NSU celebrates silver jubilee North South University (NSU) organised a 3-day programme titled ‘Celebrating Excellence in Higher Education’ to celebrate its silver jubilee from Monday, says a press release. The first session of the opening ceremony began with a rally, a human formation of…

News in brief

Man ‘kills wife’ in Sylhet A woman was killed allegedly by her husband over a family feud at Mandaruka village in Sylhet yesterday morning. The victim was identified as Masheda Begum, 35, wife of Jitu Miah, a resident of the same area. Quoting the locals, Officer-in-Charge of Biswanath Thana…
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