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Fish farming  in cages brings boon for many

Fish farming in cages brings boon for many

NARSINGDI: Fish farming in cages, a new form of fish farming, changed the fate of a good number of youths in the district during the last five years,…

Two women gangraped, tortured in 2 districts

Sirajganj, Bogra: A Hindu woman was gangraped allegedly by five youths in Kamarkhand upazila of Sirajganj district yesterday while police on Monday rescued a woman who was allegedly tortured and locked at her husband’s house over trifling matter by her husband and his family members at Kanpur…

AL backed panel wins bar association poll

JAMALPUR: Awami League-backed panel won the Jamalpur district bar association election yesterday, reports BSS. In the election, Advocate Aman Ullah Akash from AL-backed panel was elected as president defeating BNP-backed candidate Advocate Md Golan Nabi while Advocate Md Abdus Salam was elected as general…

Six arrested for giving proxy at police recruitment test

Chapainawabganj: Six people, including a Dhaka University student, were arrested while giving proxy for others at police constable recruitment test at the district Police Lines centre on Tuesday, reports UNB. The arrestees were Tashrif Alam, a student of DU Islamic History department, Shamsher Ali,…

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Eviction drives on to save Dakatia River in Chandpur Our correspondent, Chandpur In a bid to save the Dakatia river, the upazila administration in a drive evicted at least 16 illegal business establishments from the river bank at Goalvaor in Faridganj upazila on Tuesday noon. The team led by Upazila…
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