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Hire skilled manpower from Bangladesh

President Abdul Hamid yesterday urged New Zealand, Malta and Peru to recruit skilled manpower from Bangladesh, reports UNB. The President came up with…

Scientists discover way to cultivate Tengra

A group of scientists of Fresh Water Sub-station of Syedpur under Bangladesh Fisheries Research Institute have discovered an artificial way to cultivate Tengra fish, one of the almost extinct fish varieties of the country, reports UNB from Nilphamari. Chief scientific officer Maliha Hossain and Shawkat…

‘Porn Sultan’ of Dhaka arrested by RAB

A Rapid Action Battalion (RAB-1) team nabbed the self-styled ‘Porn Sultan’ of Dhaka from one of his flats yesterday. The RAB team raided the two Uttara flats of Mohammad Fuad Bin Sultan, 33, early yesterday. They seized yaba tablets and the equipment, including the computers, he used to…

Tufan, 3 others remanded again

A court in Bogra yesterday placed four accused, including the prime one, on different terms of fresh remand in two cases filed for shaving the heads of a female student and her mother after the rape of the girl allegedly by a local Sramik League leader, reports UNB from Bogra. Additional Chief Judicial…

Met Office forecasts more rain, flooding

In the backdrop of 32.7 per cent higher than average rainfall in July and a fairly active monsoon, the country is likely to experience a little more than normal rainfall in August. This, coupled with showers in the upstream, may trigger floods in the north-east and south-east during the first half of…

People little aware about schemes: Study

A study has found that people have limited awareness about the social protection schemes, reports UNB. It also revealed that people have limited access to the social protection schemes and low benefits level. The findings of the study conducted in Sylhet and Moulvibzar districts were disseminated at…

Form commission to find Padma graft raisers: HC

The High Court yesterday asked the authorities concerned to form an inquiry commission to identify those who cooked up the stories of 'corruption conspiracy' in the Padma Bridge project and submit a report within August 31, reports UNB. An HC bench of Justice Quazi Reza-Ul Hoque and Justice…
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