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Ministers see bright future of agriculture sector

Ministers see bright future of agriculture sector

There will be no famine in the country if the present flurry of development activities continues in the agricultural sector. Besides, the number of poor…

Accelerate efforts to empower girls: ILO, Unicef

ILO and Unicef have called on the government, development partners, civil society organisations and the private sector to accelerate efforts to empower girls, reports UNB. They came up with the call in a joint statement to mark International Day of the Girl 2018 yesterday. International Day of the Girl…

88 flats to be built in Lalmatia for govt officials

National Housing Authority (NHA) has been constructing 88 flats for government officials in the city's Lalmatia area. Among those flats, 41 will be allotted to NHA officials while 47 will be for other government officials, said PID press release yesterday, reports UNB. Housing and Public Works Minister…

Next election will be held under Sheikh Hasina: Nasim

Health and Family Welfare Minister Mohammed Nasim yesterday said the next parliamentary election will be held under the incumbent government led by Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina, reports BSS. “BNP should participate in the next general election to evaluate their popularity and the election will…

HC order on Khaleda’s trial proceedings Oct 14

The High Court yesterday set October 14 to pass its order on a review petition seeking stay on the trial proceedings in Zia Charitable Trust corruption case in her absence, reports UNB. A bench of Justice Obaidul Hassan and Justice SM Kuddus Zaman set the date after concluding the hearing of the petition…

Japan for ‘credible’ Rohingya inquiry

Japanese prime minister Shinzo Abe has told Myanmar’s leader that a credible investigation into alleged human rights violations against Rohingya Muslims is key to resolving the crisis, reports The Guardian. Abe told a joint news conference after talks with Aung San Suu Kyi that Japan would support…

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