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‘Dhaka’s transport system suffers from lack of vision’

‘Dhaka’s transport system suffers from lack of vision’

Though the country has made a good economic progress over the years, urban experts think its capital city still lacks quality bus fleets matching people's…

EC begins probe into alleged irregularities

The Election Commission (EC) on Thursday began an investigation into the alleged irregularities in the 26 additional voting centres during the BCC election on July 30. Khondokar Mizanur Rahman, joint secretary, election management and convener of the four-member probe committee, revealed this to journalists…

Call for using RTI in journalism

Mentioning that the Right to Information (RTI) Act is a strong tool for investigative journalism, speakers at a workshop yesterday urged journalists to widely exercise it for filing reports, reports UNB. Shushashoner Jonno Nagorik (SHUJAN) and Commonwealth Human Rights Initiative (CHRI) with the support…

Int’l conference on Rohingyas begins at DU

A two-day international conference on Rohingya crisis titled ‘Rohingya: Politics, Ethnic Cleansing and Uncertainty’ will begin at Dhaka University (DU) today. Criminology Department of DU informed this to media at a press conference at the social science building at 5pm yesterday. The conference…
Contribution of journalists Sarwar, Moazzem recalled

Contribution of journalists Sarwar, Moazzem recalled

Senior journalists at a memorial meeting recalled the contribution of the Daily Samakal Editor Golam Sarwar and the Financial Express Editor AHM Moazzem…

Man held with gold at airport

Officials of Customs Intelligence and Investigation Directorate (CIID) arrested a man along with four gold bars and gold ornaments, weighing 564 grams, at Hazrat Shahjalal International Airport early yesterday, reports UNB. The arrestee was identified as Mohammad Salauddin. Director General (DG) of…

Fire at Ctg salt factory

Chattogram: A salt factory at Majhirghat Narikeltala under Sadarghat Police Station in the port city caught fire yesterday afternoon, reports UNB. Sarwar Jahan, duty officer of Chattogram Fire Service control room, said the fire broke out at 'Sumon Salt' factory around 5:20pm which also engulfed…

Steps taken for registration of poultry farmers

RAJSHAHI: Steps have been taken to bring all the poultry farmers and feed sellers under registration aims at ensuring safe and good poultry farming practices for sound public health, reports BSS. Department of Livestock Services (DLS) has taken the decision at a meeting with district and upazila level…

Betar disseminating message of development programmes

RAJSHAHI: Information Secretary Abdul Malek has said Bangladesh Betar has been playing a vital role in disseminating message of the government’s development programmes among the country’s people, reports BSS. Betar also plays an important role to reach emergency message to the people living…

Academicians urge students to follow Bangabandhu’s ideal

RANGPUR:  Academicians at a function held at Begum Rokeya University, Rangpur (BRUR) on Thursday  called upon students to follow theideals of Bangabandhu for serving the nation with patriotism, reports BSS. They made the call at a function arranged for distribution of prizes of an essay competition…

‘Eco-friendly rat management effective in many ways’

RAJSHAHI: Scientists and other researchers concerned viewed eco-friendly rat management can be vital means of protecting many beneficial insects together with maintaining a sound environment, reports BSS. They revealed that the farmers destroy various species of the insects during the time of eliminating…

News in brief

112 held from hotels Gazipur: In a special drive, police arrested 112 people, including 52 women, on charges of engaging in immoral activities from different residential hotels in Tongi on Thursday night. Kamal Hossain, officer-in-charge of Tongi Police Station, said a team of police raided a good number…
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