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HC rule for providing treatment to accident victims

HC rule for providing treatment to accident victims

The High Court yesterday issued a rule asking the government to explain why the health ministry should not be directed to instruct all medical college…

BCL lift expulsion order against two RU leaders

The Bangladesh Chhatra League central committee has recently withdrawn the expulsion orders issued against two of its Rajshahi University unit leaders, who had been expelled for beating up a journalist on the campus.  The BCL central committee revoked the expulsion order of legal affairs secretary…

Anarchy over Khaleda verdict won’t be allowed: Minister

Housing and Public Works Minister Eng Mosharraf Hossain yesterday told Parliament that the people of the country will not allow any anarchy in the country following the verdict 'against" BNP Chairperson Khaleda Zia inthe Zia Orphanage Trust graft case, reports UNB. "If she (Khaleda) is…

Two held with 4.64kg gold

Customs officials arrested two employees of Biman Bangladesh Airlines along with 40 gold bars, weighing about 4.640 kg, at Hazrat Shahjalal International Airport in the capital yesterday evening, reports UNB. The arrestees are Jafar Iqbal and Joydeb Das, cleaning workers of the national flag carrier.…

One held with foreign currencies

Customs intelligence personnel arrested a person along with foreign currencies, worth about Tk 1.25 crore, from Hazrat Shahjalal International Airport in the capital on Sunday morning, reports BSS. "We arrested one Md Mithu along with foreign currencies including US dollar, Saudi Riyal, Qatar Riyal,…

Death anniv of Suranjit observed

The first death anniversary of eminent politician Suranjit Sengupta was observed yesterday, reports BSS. Marking the day, Bangabandhu Sangskritik Jote torched candle lights in front of Shikha Chirantan at Suhrawardy Udyan in the afternoon. Awami League and several social and cultural organisations have…

PIB brought under ambit of law; draft bill cleared

The Cabinet yesterday approved the draft of the Bangladesh Press Institute Bill 2018 bringing the activities of the Press Institute of Bangladesh (PIB) under the ambit of law, reports UNB. The approval came from the regular weekly meeting of the Cabinet held at the Secretariat with Prime Minister Sheikh…

Govt plans to recruit 10,000 doctors: Nasim

Health and Family Welfare Minister Mohammed Nasim yesterday said government will recruit 10,000 doctors in its current term to mitigate health service inadequacies in public hospitals, reports UNB. The minister said this while addressing as the chief guest at a programme  at National Institute…

Plan to setup medical college in every dist

The government has planned to set up medical college in every district and medical university in all divisions to raise necessary experienced physicians. “The present government is committed to provide healthcare services to all. That’s why we have a plan to establish medical college in…

Youths asked to become library-oriented

RANGPUR: Educationists at a discussion yesterday said the role of library is very important in building a knowledge-based society, urging students and youths to become library-oriented for acquiring knowledge, reports BSS. They said the habit of book reading always enhances one's knowledge by removing…

Strict enforcement of tobacco control act stressed

RANGPUR: Anti-tobacco activists at a meeting have sought for strict enforcement of the amended Tobacco Control Act (TCA) and Smoking and Tobacco Products Usage (Control) Act to save public health from tobacco catastrophe, reports BSS. They also blamed some tobacco companies for allegedly violating the…

News in brief

3 killed in Rajshahi road crash RAJSHAHI:  Three people, including two SSC examinees, were killed in a road accident at Tarapur in the district yesterday morning. Among the deceased, two were identified as Rakibul Islam, 16, and Mustafizur Rahman, 17, SSC examinees from Puthia PN High School. The…

campus corner

DU, British Council ink MoU A Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) was signed between the Department of Music of Dhaka University (DU) and British Council, Dhaka today at the Vice Chancellor's office of the university. Chairperson of the Department of Music of DU Mohoshina Akter Khanom and Director…
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