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Lack of playgrounds force urban children to lead confined life

Lack of playgrounds force urban children to lead confined life

Rashida Begum, a resident of the capitlal's Farmgate Monipuri Para, is maintaining a family with her husband and six-year-old son Anik and four-year-old…
DU celebrates Flag Hoisting Day

DU celebrates Flag Hoisting Day

Teachers, students and officials of Dhaka University observed Flag Hoisting Day yesterday with due respect. Marking the day, the Dhaka University Vice-chancellor…
Get educated to change patriarchal culture

Get educated to change patriarchal culture

Shirin Ebadi, an Iranian Nobel laureate, has urged the womenfolk to get educated to change the patriarchal culture, reports UNB. "And this is basically…

Next JS polls will be held under ruling party: Tofail

Commerce Minister Tofail Ahmed yesterday said that the next parliamentary elections will be held under the ruling party in accordance with the constitution, reports BSS. "The next election will be held with participation of all political parties registered with the Election Commission in accordance…

Youth killed in Gazipur over ‘extortion’

GAZIPUR: An alleged extortionist was killed and five others injured in an attack by hawkers in Tongi College Gate area of the city on Thursday night. The deceased was identified as Omar Faruk, 35, son of Abdul Hai of Aouchpara of Tongi. Witnesses said an altercation took place between a gang of miscreants,…

World Wildlife Day today

The World Wildlife Day will be observed in the country today as elsewhere across the world, reports BSS. To mark the day, Forests Department has taken various programmes including seminar and discussion aiming to highlight significance of the day, a press release said. The Forest Department will organise…
Air pollution worsening for lack of govt monitoring, say experts

Air pollution worsening for lack of govt monitoring, say experts

Air pollution in the city is worsening day by day due to the absence of monitoring and necessary steps need to be taken to control it, said environment…

Fire guts 3 salt factories in Ctg

CHITTAGONG:  At least three salt factories were gutted in a fire that broke out at Majhirghat in Sadarghat area in the port city yesterday morning, reports UNB. The fire originated at a salt factory caused by power disruption around 10am and soon engulfed adjacent factories. On information, six…

Seven held over ‘irregularity’ in electricity bill

CHITTAGONG: Police detained seven people for alleged irregularities in recharge of pre-paid electricity meters from Pahartali area in the port city on Thursday, reports UNB. The identities of the detainees were not ascertained immediately, said Md Rafiqul Islam, officer-in-charge of Pahartali Police…

2 ‘snatchers’ held with arms in Ctg

CHITTAGONG: Rapid Action Battalion (Rab) in a drive arrested two alleged snatchers along with arms from Chotteswari road area under Chakbazar thana on Thursday night, reports UNB. The arrestees were identified as Md Abu Zahid, 22, a resident of Satbaria village in Chandanaish Upazila and Md Shahabuddin,…

IEB convention begins in Khulna today

KHULNA: A four-day 58th convention of the Institution of Engineers, (IEB) will kicks-off tomorrow at the Khalishpur IEB centre in the city, reports BSS. Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina is expected to inaugurate the convention as  the chief guest. A press conference was held yesterday at the journalist…

Independence Day programmes in Rangpur

RANGPUR: The district administration at a meeting here on Thursday adopted an elaborate programme to celebrate the Independence and National Day 2018 on March 26, reports BSS. Deputy Commissioner Muhammad Wahiduzzaman presided over the meeting in his conference room. Freedom Fighters, leaders of Awami…

Campus corner

Three DU students get Farid-Shireen Trust Scholarship Three meritorious students of different departments under the Faculty of Arts of Dhaka University (DU) have been awarded ‘Farid-Shireen Trust Fund Scholarship’ for their outstanding academic performances. The recipients of the scholarship…
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