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No room for intruders in AL, says Quader

No room for intruders in AL, says Quader

Awami League General Secretary and Road Transport and Bridges Minister Obaidul Quader yesterday said intruders and controversial persons will not get…

Dhaka D8 summit aims to boost trade

Secretary-General of Deve­lo­ping Eight Organisation for Economic Cooperation Ku Jaafar Ku Shaari has said that different initiatives will be taken during the forthcoming D-8 Summit here early next year. He, however, said that the summit would emphasise on the increase in trade volume among…

Harmful metals in chewing tobacco

Harmful metals, lead, cadmium and chromium were detected in chewing tobacco including jorda, gul and catechu (khoir) available in the capital’s markets causing serious health risks. Sayeda Sarwar Jahan, Chairman of Bangladesh Food Safety Authority (BFSA) unveiled the information at a press conference…

Ahsanullah VC steps down

After days of student protests, acting Vice-Chancellor (VC) of Ahsanullah University of Science and Technology (AUST) Kazi Shariful Alam has resigned. A press release issued by the university announced the decision on Thursday evening. They started demonstration for a nine-point charter of demand on…

Hilsa now in abundance as ban ends

Fishermen in Barishal and Bhola started netting hilsa fish in large chunks since Wednesday midnight after a 22-day ban. The ban on netting the popular fish variety started on October 09 and continued till October 30 midnight was imposed considering its safe breeding. In Barishal markets, hilsa is now…

Bangladeshi victims receive compensation

Foreign Minister Dr AK Abdul Momen yesterday handed over cheques of compensation to the family members of the victims who experienced a crane accident in Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA) in 2015. During the crane accident, a Bangladeshi national died on the spot while performing Hajj and two others were…
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