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369 women return home facing problems abroad

369 women return home facing problems abroad

Expatriates' Welfare and Overseas Employment Minister Nurul Islam B.Sc. yesterday said that some 55,149 women workers went to abroad in 2018, reports…

Bangladesh stands out as beacon of hope, inspiration: US

As the world is set to observe this year's World Refugee Day onJune 20, the United States says Bangladesh stands out as a beacon of hope and inspiration, reports UNB. "The United States stands proudly with Bangladesh to support a policy of protection and accountability," said US Ambassador…

No case yet over Badda AL leader murder

No case has been filed in connection with the murder of Farhad Ali, a local Awami League (AL) leader, in the city's North Badda area, said Nazrul Islam, the officer handling the case in Badda police station. Ali’s family is yet to file a case in this regard. The police said they would file…

Minister asks for patience to get uninterrupted power

State Minister for Power and Energy Nasrul Hamid urged the people to be patient to get a load-shedding free power supply, reports UNB. "It will take time to get a load-shedding free power supply as the whole supply network needs to go underground", he said while exchanging Eid greeting with…

Electioneering of GCC polls formally begins

A month and a half after sudden stay on polls, the election campaign of Gazipur City Corporation (GCC) started yesterday formally again, reports UNB. The election, which was scheduled to be held on May 15 before a stay on it by the High Court, is now billed for June 26. As the festivity of Eid-ul-Fitr…

2 Bangladeshi youths burnt to death in KSA

Two Bangladesh young men were burnt to death as a fire broke out in a fume factory in Riyadh, the capital of Saudi Arabia, last Saturday, UNB reports from Cumilla. The deceased were identified as Kamrul Islam, 38, son of Abdul Malek, and Yasin Fakir, 39, son of Odud Mia, of different villages of Chauddagram…

Publisher Bacchu’s killers yet to be identified

Despite eight days passing and four high-level law enforcement units investigating, the murderers of CPB leader and publisher Shahjahan Bacchu are yet to be identified, reports UNB. Munshiganj Senior Assistant Superintendent of police Md Asaduzzaman said yesterday that the police are investigating CCTV…

AL factional clash kills 1

A former Awami League leader's son was killed in a clash between two factions of local Awami League at Ajmiriganj in Habiganj yesterday, reports UNB. The deceased was identified as Al Amin, son of Atar Ali Mia, former Upazila Chairman and upazila Awami League General Secretary. Locals said after…

UN, WB chiefs to visit Bangladesh

UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres and World Bank Group President Jim Yong Kim are likely to be in Bangladesh on a two-day visit on July 1 mainly to see the Rohingya situation in Cox's Bazar district, reports UNB. They will also hold meetings with Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina and Finance Minister…
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