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Govt to import solar power from India, says PM’s adviser

Govt to import solar power from India, says PM’s adviser

Prime Minister's Energy Adviser Dr Tawfiq-e-Elahi Chowdhury has said the government has initiated a move to import solar power from India taking the…

JS goes into session tomorrow

Jatiya Sangsad will go into its 22nd session tomorrow after a 58-day recess, reports BSS. President M Abdul Hamid convened the session exercising his power bestowed upon him by article 72 (1) of the Constitution. The House proceedings of the 22nd session of the 10th parliament will begin at 5:00pm on…

US to press Myanmar for safe return of Rohingyas

The United States has said it will continue to press Myanmar to create the conditions necessary to allow safe, voluntary and dignified return of Rohingyas to their homes in Myanmar from Bangladesh, reports UNB. It also said they will continue to work closely with Bangladesh, UN agencies, and international…

No longer in opposition bench in JS, says Ershad

Jatiya Party Chairman HM Ershad yesterday said his party no longer wants to remain as the opposition party in parliament, reports UNB. "We want to go to power this time. We don't want to sit in the No 2 chair of parliament," he said. Ershad, a former military ruler, came up with the remarks…

WHO lauds govt support for Rohingyas

WHO Regional Director for South-East Asia Dr Poonam Khetrapal Singh has highly appreciated Bangladesh's all-out support in the full range of care, including good health care, for Rohingya people living here, reports UNB. In the annual report of the World Health Organization (WHO) Regional Director,…

Myanmar to refuse media phone calls

Myanmar's government spokesman will no longer answer phone calls from media, he said yesterday, one day after the International Criminal Court ruled it had jurisdiction to investigate crimes against the country's Rohingya Muslim community, reports AFP from Naypyidaw. Myanmar's reputation…

Home minister trashes BNP allegation of arrests

Home Minister Asaduzzaman Khan yesterday turned down BNP's allegation of arresting its leaders and activists arbitrarily, saying members of law enforcement agencies do not arrest any innocent person, reports UNB. He came up with the remarks while replying to a query from reporters after addressing…
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