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Myanmar’s neighbours eager to see progress in Rakhine

Myanmar’s neighbours eager to see progress in Rakhine

Five of Myanmar's neighbors including Bangladesh are eager to see the progress made so far on the ground in the Rakhine Sate as Myanmar and Bangladesh…

BNP seeks constitutional amendment

BNP senior leader Khandaker Mosharraf Hossain yesterday urged the government to amend the constitution to include the provision of having an election-time government, reports UNB. "The Prime Minister has recently said an election-time government will be formed, but there's no existence of such…

No end to eyesores at Taj Mahal as repair work drags on

Tourist Muskan Mahuwakar pictured the Taj Mahal as a dazzling vision of symmetry and beauty but upon reaching the monument, she -- like thousands of other visitors -- was disappointed to find it covered in scaffolding, its once white marble now yellowing due to pollution, reports AFP from Agra. Building…

3 Bangladeshis among nine killed in Saudi road crash

Nine workers, including three Bangladeshis, were killed and six others injured in a road accident in Al-Baha province in Saudi Arabia on Saturday evening, reports the Saudi Gazette, reports UNB. The Bangladeshi nationals were identified as Malam Mia, son of Oli Mia of Pahariakandi village of Bancharampur…

Law and order disruption (amendment) bill placed in JS

Home Minister Asaduzzaman Khan yesterday introduced the ‘The Law and Order Disruption (Speedy Trial) (amendment) Bill, 2018’, raising jail term to seven years for committing crimes that disrupt law and order situation, reports BSS. He said the original Law and Order Disruption (Speedy Trial)…

Teesta second bridge to be opened by March

Local Government and Rural Development and Cooperative Minister Khandaker Mosharraf Hossain yesterday said the Teesta second Bridge will be opened for the people by March 2018, reports BSS. "Construction of the Teesta second road bridge has already been completed under rural communication and other…

Bill passed to control seed quality

Parliament yesterday passed 'The Seeds Bill, 2018' to make the existing law more time-befitting one, reports UNB. Agriculture Minister Matia Chowdhury moved the Bill in the House and it was passed by voice vote. According to the Bill, a 25-member National Seed Board will be constituted with…

MPs hail govt to turn country into a developed one by 2041

Lawmakers yesterday said the government is continuously working to keep the growth rate steady as the country could be a digitalized and a middle income country by 2021 and a developed one by 2041. Bangladesh already has reached to low medium income country and the present government led by the Prime…
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