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Vulnerable bridges put commuters at risk

Vulnerable bridges put commuters at risk

Twenty iron (Bailey) bridges on the 38-km Charakhali-Tushkhali-Mathbaria-Patharghata road under Bhandaria and Mathbaria upazilas of Pirojpur district…

BNP’s demand for caretaker govt illogical, says Hanif

Awami League (AL) Joint General Secretary Mahbub-ul-Alam Hanif yesterday described the BNP’s demand for caretaker government as ‘illogical’, reports BSS. “Election Commission (EC) was able to hold several elections in a free, fair and peaceful manner under the present government,…

Two crushed under train

Two people were crushed under train in Lalmonirhat and Rajbari districts yesterday and on Thursday.  In Faridpur, a man was crushed to death under the wheels of a train at Gangaproshad village near Rajbari Railway Station on Thursday. The deceased was Pijush Kumer Biswas (51), of Char Badar villiage…
Call to ensure safe food for all

Call to ensure safe food for all

The National Safety Food Day was observed in the district as elsewhere in the country yesterday here with a call to prevent food adulteration and ensure…

‘Missing’ college student found blindfolded

Jhenidah: A college student, who had gone missing around four months ago, was found blindfolded near a college in Kaliganj upazila headquarters in the district on Thursday, reports UNB. The victim was identified as Maksudur Rahman Rana, a student of Kotchandpur Pouro College and son of Aminur Rahman…

news in brief

Youth held with 6 crude bombs Brahmanbaria: Police arrested a young man along with six crude bombs from the town on Thursday night, reports UNB. Tipped off, a team of police raided a house and arrested Sumon Miah, 30, son of Fazlul Haque Prokash, along with the crude bombs, said inspector Sohag Raha…
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