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Training for caregivers of autistic kids crucial, says study

Training for caregivers of autistic kids crucial, says study

Caregivers’ mental health remains an important pre-requisite for providing care to children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), according to a…

SC upholds Rizvi, Papiya’s bail

The Appellate Division of the Supreme Court yesterday upheld the High Court order that granted bail to BNP leaders Ruhul Kabir Rizvi and Asifa Ashrafi Papiya in separate violence cases. A three-member bench of the Appellate Division, headed by Justice Nazmun Ara Sultana, passed the order after disposing…

Hanif slams Khaleda for celebrating birthday on Aug 15

Ruling Awami League leaders yesterday warned the BNP Chairperson Khaleda Zia that she will have to face a dire consequence in near future if she dares to celebrate her birthday anymore on the same day when Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman was assassinated. They were addressing at a rally organised…

pouring acid on baby Woman to die

A court  sentenced a woman to death on Sunday for pouring acid into the mouth of a 49-day old baby boy in Bagharpara upazila. Additional District and Session Judge Sharif Hossain handed down the verdict. According to court sources, convict Rina Rani Tarafder,  who have no child, tried to kill…

Jamaat ameer arrested

THAKURGAON: Ameer of Jamaat-e-Islami of Thakurgaon district unit, Moulana Abdul Hakim, was arrested by the joint forces from his Hajipara residence in the town early yesterday, reports BSS. The joint forces of BGB, Police and Ansar conducted the raid at 2 am. Police said he was arrested on the apprehension…

3 dead fetuses found in canal

Three dead human fetuses were found in a canal in Mymensingh town yesterday morning. Local people found the fetuses floating in a canal at Charpara area near Mymensingh Polytechnic Institute around 9:30am and informed police. Being informed, the police recovered the fetuses, said Kamrul Islam, officer-in-charge…

‘Bangabandhu killing a major setback in Indo-Bangla ties’

The brutal killing of Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman was a major setback in the flourishing of a fruitful cooperation mechanism between Bangladesh and India, High Commissioner to New Delhi Syed Muazzem Ali said yesterday. However, he said that the return to office by his able…

Farmers smile as rains start in north

Rainfall has begun in the northern districts, bringing good news to the farmers who have been praying for showers to water their Aman seedbeds. Their harvests were under threat, as there has been scanty rainfall for a long period. Though it was not much, it totalled 40mm in Rangpur until 6pm yesterday,…

India hands over memorabilia of INS Vikrant

India yesterday handed over the memorabilia of Indian Naval aircraft carrier INS Vikrant, which made its mark in India-Bangladesh history during the 1971 Liberation War, for showcasing at the National War Museum. Indian High Commissioner to Bangladesh Pankaj Saran officially handed over a bridge window…

Place a bill on poll-time govt in Parliament: BNP

The BNP yesterday (Monday) urged the government to place a bill on election-time government in the next session of Parliament.  “We appreciate Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina for her comments that she is ready to make any kind of sacrifice. Now, we urge her to make just a little bit of sacrifice…

Seven Kushtia AL leaders’ firearm licenses revoked

Licenses for some 10 firearms belonging to seven ruling Awami League (AL) leaders here have been cancelled, for causing hindrance to public safety. Sources at the deputy commissioner office said district magistrate Syed Belal Hossain gave the direction yesterday, asking the authorities concerned to…

Two jailed for 3 years

A special tribunal for capital market lawsuits sentenced the managing director of BD Welding Electrodes and one other to three years in jail for manipulating share prices of the company. Judge Humayun Kabir handed down the order to SM Nurul Islam, managing director of BD Welding Electrodes, and Enayet…

‘Illegal billboard removal from Sept’

Road Transport and Bridges Minister Obaidul Quader yesterday said all illegal billboards will be removed across the country from September, reports UNB. “We don’t want to see photographs of any terrorist and extortionist with Bangabandhu. Illegal billboards will be removed from September,”…
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