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Road fatalities mark a rise in 2017

Road fatalities mark a rise in 2017

At least 4,284 people, including 516 women and 539 children, were killed and 9,112 others injured in 3,472 road accidents across the country in 2017,…

Academic activities badly hampered by inadequate infrastructure

The academic activities of Rajshahi University (RU) are being badly hampered by inadequate numbers of classrooms, teachers’ chambers, seminar rooms, laboratory rooms and washrooms. Again, most classrooms in the university are not large enough to accommodate all the students of a class. The students…

Man held with foreign currency

CHITTAGONG:  Police arrested a Non-Government Origination (NGO) officer with huge foreign currency worth about Tk 35 lakh in a drive from Shah Amanat Bridge area under Bakalia thana in the city yesterday, reports BSS. The arrested was identified as Mohammad Selim Ullah,38, an accountants of Co-Operatives…
Capital punishment sought for Tarique, other accused

Capital punishment sought for Tarique, other accused

Concluding its argument, the prosecution yesterday sought death penalty for BNP senior vice President Tarique Rahman and 48 other accused in the cases…

Ershad for strengthening Jatiya Party

Jatiya Party Chairman Hussein Muhammad Ershad yesterday urged the party leaders and workers for strengthening the organisation to lead it to go to power, reports BSS. "There is no alternative to the Jatiya Party in the next polls," he told a function at the auditorium of the Institutes of…

Damaged roads to be repaired within two weeks: Quader

Road, Transport and Bridges Minister Obaidul Quader on Monday said the damaged roads across the country will be repaired within two weeks, reports UNB. The minister came up with the remarks while talking to reporters at a view-exchange meeting at the secretariat. Quader said that already tender for…

Nine-day book fair begins in Rajshahi

RAJSHAHI: A nine-day 'Rajshahi Book Fair-2018' began in the city yesterday afternoon aimed at encouraging people, especially children to develop reading books from an early age, reports BSS. Jatiya Grantha Kendra under the ministry of cultural affairs arranged the fair on Rajshahi Collegiate…

Teenager stabbed dead in Gazipur

GAZIPUR: A teenage boy was stabbed to death allegedly by driver and helper of a human hauler in Janerchala area of the district on Monday, reports UNB. The deceased was identified as Shafiq, 16, hailing from Dashmara area in Kurigram. Kaliakoir Police Station sub-inspector Abdul Hakim said Shafiq engaged…
Women in construction need safety, healthcare

Women in construction need safety, healthcare

Setara Begum, 40, a construction worker, who lives with her husband and a daughter in a tiny house at Gabindapur of Sanir Akhra in the capital, has been…

Campus corner

SUST career club’s job festival begins today SYLHET: The two-day job fair organised by Shahjalal University of Science and Technology (SUST) Career Club will begin on Tuesday. Vice-Chancellor Farid Uddin Ahmed will inaugurate the career festival around 10 am at the central auditorium. Seminars,…

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Five cultural personalities accorded reception RAJSHAHI: Five cultural personalities were accorded a reception and awarded in recognition of their outstanding contributions to the cultural field, reports BSS. The award winning persons are: Abdur Rahsid (drama), Freedom Fighter Abdul Jalil (musical instrument),…
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