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  • Bangladesh needs to treat over 1.5m new TB cases in next 5yrs
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Country to get one lakh skilled drivers by 5 years

Country to get one lakh skilled drivers by 5 years

The country is going to get one lakh skilled drivers in next five years with implementation of the Skills for Employment Investment Programme (SEIP) project,…

Nasim for working together to combat TB

Health and Family Welfare Minister Mohammed Nasim yesterday urged all government and non-government organisations to work unitedly for eliminating the deadly disease Tuberculosis (TB) from the country, reports BSS.  “All have to work together to eliminate TB from the country to help achieving…

626 educational instts to get connection soon

In pursuit to further push forward the ‘Digital Bangladesh’ goal, government is soon taking broadband internet connectivity to all public universities, colleges and training institutes, reports UNB. Sources at the Posts and Telecommunications Division said that country's 626 government…

Illegally imported fabrics seized at Ctg port

Custom officials yesterday seized a consignment of illegally imported fabrics worth about Tk 3.36 crore at Chattogram port. The officials recovered the fabrics of Raymond brand imported under false declaration. Nur Uddin Milon, deputy commissioner of Chattogram Customs House, said “Acting on a…

MCQ system to continue in RU intake test

RAJSHAHI: The Rajshahi University (RU) authorities will continue the Multiple Choice Question (MCQ) system in admission tests for the 2018-19academic sessions. Earlier, two high officials of RU, including VC and Pro-VC, announced that the authorities will scrap the MCQ system in the admission tests…

CETP to be operational soon in Savar

The Central Effluent Treatment Plant (CETP) at Savar Tannery Industrial City will be introduced soon since about 98 per cent construction works of the plant has already been completed, reports BSS. The information was revealed yesterday at a view-exchange meeting held between Industries Minister Amir…

HC grants 6-month bail to Khaleda

The High Court yesterday granted a 6-month bail to BNP Chairperson Khaleda Zia following a bail petition in an arson case filed under the Special Powers Act in Cumilla, reports UNB. The HC bench of Justice AKM Asaduzzaman and Justice SM Mozibur Rahman passed the order, said Khaleda's lawyer Barrister…

Attack on Dr Badiul Alam’s residence slammed

Eminent citizens in a joint statement yesterday condemned the recent attack on the residence Dr Badiul Alam Majumdar, Secretary of civil right organisation, Shushashoner Jonno Nagorik and demanded immediate punishment of the perpetuators, reports UNB. The 38 signatories that include, among others, ex…
3,240 cases filed on 2nd-day

3,240 cases filed on 2nd-day

Traffic division of the Dhaka Metropolitan Police (DMP) in their simultaneous drives on the capital streets filed 3,240 cases against different modes…

Sightsavers launches project to provide eye care

In an effort to reduce avoidable blindness in the country, international non-government organisation, Sightsavers, launched a project on Sunday, to provide eye care services at the doorstep of people suffering from cataracts, said a press release, reports UNB. The project, titled “The Right to…

‘Rangpur to be modern city’

RANGPUR: Senior Secretary of the Local Government Division (LGD) Dr Zafar Ahmed Khan has said Rangpur City Corporation (RpCC) would be transformed into a modern, educated and science-based city corporation in future, reports BSS.  “Development of any area must be sustainable. A time-befitting…

Strict enforcement of traffic rules stressed

RAJSHAHI: High police officials at a post-rally street-corner meeting unanimously observed that strict enforcement of traffic rules besides creating wide-ranging mass-awareness could be the crucial means of freeing the society from road accidents, reports BSS. They mentioned that the country experiences…

Stress on food security, ecological balance

RAJSHAHI: Massive fruit tree plantation can be the effective means of meeting nutritional demands with food security, ecological balance, biodiversity and mitigating the adverse impact of climate change, reports BSS. Significance of fruit and fruit trees is very vital in terms of the present social…

News in brief

CU shuttle train service suspended The shuttle train service of Chittagong University (CU) was suspended on Monday following technical glitch. The university authorities said that the train which reached the city around 7:30am could not return to the campus for technical problem. 1 rickshawpuller kills…
Campus corner

Campus corner

DU wins Nat’l Collegiate Programming Contest Dhaka University (Epinephrine) became champion in the two-day IUBAT National Collegiate Programming…

‘Build militancy-free society’

RANGPUR: Youth members of a local voluntary organisation ‘Sabuz Chhaya Samaj Unnayan Sangstha (SCSUS) at an awareness building workshop have vowed to build a peaceful society free from drugs, militancy and terrorism, reports BSS. They urged the people to unitedly resist drug, terrorism and militancy…
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