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Stress on flourishing jute textile, light engineering sector

Stress on flourishing jute textile, light engineering sector

RANGPUR: Industrialists have stressed on flourishing the jute textile and light engineering sector to create huge employments for accelerating economic…

Schoolgirl dies after falling into hole in Cumilla

Cumilla: A schoolgirl died after falling into a hole made for lifting sand at Khodaitol village in Burichang upazila on Saturday night, reports UNB. The deceased was identified as Fahmida Akhter Raisa, a third grader student of Rajpur Government Primary School and daughter of Rabiul Hossain of the village.Locals…

209 fined for traveling sans tickets

RANGPUR: Bangladesh Railway (BR) has penalised 209 passengers of five trains over Taka 1.06 lakh for traveling without tickets on different routes under Lalmonirhat railway division, reports BSS. “Led by Lalmonirhat Divisional Railway Traffic Superintendent of BR Shawkat Jamil Mohoshi, we conducted…

Govt won’t allow creating anarchy over religion: Mosharraf

FARIDPUR: Local Government, Rural Development and Cooperatives Minister Khandker Mosharraf Hossain yesterday said the government would not allow anyone to create anarchy in the country in the name of religion, reports BSS. “People of all castes and creeds have been living in the country in harmony…
Knowing Bangladesh

Knowing Bangladesh

Based on their ecological characters, the forests of Bangladesh can be divided into tropical wet evergreen, tropical semi-evergreen, tropical moist deciduous,…

news in brief

5 held for blackmailing traders Gopalganj: Police in separate drives on Saturday night detained five people on charge of blackmailing traders and extorting money from them by taking their photo with women in compromising situation, reports UNB. The arrestees are Kamrul Islam Molla, 50, Sohag Molla,…
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