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Tuesday 17 September 2019 ,
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Karnaphuli set to see 
water bus service

Karnaphuli set to see water bus service

In an effort to bring some relief to commuters amid nagging traffic congestions in the port city, the Chittagong Port Authority (CPA) is going to introduce…

Tk 1,621cr project to address water logging in Ctg

The government has undertaken a big project involving Tk 1,620.73 crore to ensure flood control, address water logging and improve the drainage facilities of the Chattogram metropolis. The Executive Committee of the National Economic Council (ECNEC) has recently approved a project to this end titled…

RMG workers block city street; demand wage hike

Traffic movement on Saat Rasta intersection in the city remained halted for one and half an hour yesterday morning as several hundred garment workers put up barricade on the busy street for a hike in their wages. The workers of a several garment factories including those of Standard Group took to the…

Habibur Rahman Mollah MP cleared in graft case

A Dhaka court yesterday acquitted Dhaka-5 lawmaker Habibur Rahman Mollah in a case lodged for allegedly amassing illegal wealth and concealing information about it. Dhaka 10th Special Judges Court passed the order, acquitting the lawmaker in his absence. The Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) on October…

Verdict against two Netrakona accused any day

The International Crimes Tribunal (ICT)-1 will pronounce judgment in the crimes against humanity case against alleged Razakars from Netrakona Hedayet Ullah Anju and Sohrab Fakir, any day. A three-member tribunal headed by ICT-1 chairman Justice Md. Shahinur Islam passed the order as both prosecution…

Int’l Women’s Day today

International Women’s Day will be observed today across the country as elsewhere in the world with a call for building a new world with equal rights for women and men. The Ministry for Women and Children Affairs has chalked out elaborate programmes on the occasion to create mass awareness to ensure…

Indian, Italian envoys present credentials to president

High Commissioner of India Riva Ganguly Das and Ambassador Enrico Nunziata of Italy to Bangladesh separately presented their credentials to President M Abdul Hamid at Bangabhaban in the capital yesterday afternoon. Welcoming the envoys, President Hamid said Bangladesh attaches importance to bilateral…

JCD brings out procession on campus

Jatiyatabadi Chhatra Dal (JCD) yesterday brought out a procession as part of campaigning of their panel for DUCSU on the campus yesterday. DU unit president Al Mehedi Talukder and general secretary Abul Basar Siddiki led the procession.  Later they parade key point of the campus and ended with…

Three get life-terms for killing woman

A court here yesterday sentenced three young men to life terms in prison for killing a woman who obstructed their attempt to rape her daughter-in-law at Ichhapur village in Jashore district Sadar upazila in 2013. Judge MA Rab of Khulna Speedy Trial Tribunal also fined each TK 10,000, and by default,…

Man jailed for drug peddling

A trial court here convicted a drug peddler and sentenced him to life in prison as the court found him guilty of possessing 50 grams of heroin. The convict has been identified as Shahabul Alam, 35, son of late Abdus Salam of Achua Taltala village under Godagari Upazila in the district. District and…

Concerted efforts key to ending violence against women

Development activists and social watchdogs here called for forging social resistance and movement to end violence against women for overall development of the nation. They viewed all of us should raise voice and work together to address the social problem collectively as only the government or any other…

Govt ensures edn for all for discrimination free nation: Speaker

Jatiya Sangsad Speaker Dr Shirin Sharmin Chaudhury on Wednesday said the government is reaching education facilities to everyone to build a discrimination free Bangladesh. “Student life is the best time to acquire knowledge and building own-self. Acquiring knowledge is the staircase to success,”…

News in brief

Housewife ‘burnt to death’ UNB, Savar A housewife was burnt to death allegedly by her husband at Joynabari in Hemayetpur of Savar yesterday. The deceased was identified as Rina Begum, 45, wife of Shahidul Islam. Quoting family members, police said Shahidul married to Rina three years back.…
Campus corner

Campus corner

Discussion on food safety held Staff reporter, Dhaka A discussion titled ‘Food Safety and Public Awareness’ was held on Stamford University…
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