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Dredging money goes down the drain

Dredging money goes down the drain
The government spent about Tk 1,165 crore under the ‘Gorai River Restoration Project’ between 1998 and 2017, but the money has been wasted due to the lack of proper planning. The river has become filled up due to the discontinuation of maintenance dredging even after the spending of huge amount of public money. Besides, gross irregularities had allegedly occurred during the implementation of the Tk 942-crore ‘Gorai River Restoration Project Phase-II’, which was among the Tk 1,165 crore spent until 2017. Currently, the water resources ministry is implementing Tk 591.58-crore 'Gorai River Dredging and Bank Protection Project’, which began on October 1, 2018 and is expected to end by June 2022. But the Bangladesh…

‘Move to bring back Bangladeshis from China’

‘Move to bring back Bangladeshis from China’

Considering the seriousness of the infectious coronavirus outbreak in China, the Bangladesh government is trying to bring back its citizens from the affected areas, after being shown the green light from the local administration there. The government has decided to bring them back by a special flight.…
Alertness about Coronavirus

Alertness about Coronavirus

The world is at the grip of another health scare as Coronavirus has spread across China and several countries with death toll rising to 80 and almost 3000 cases detected. Though the virus has not been detected in Bangladesh, the airports and land ports have been put on high alert since Bangladesh and…
Boris Johnson has three big challenges ahead

Boris Johnson has three big challenges ahead

There is an old superstition that bad things come in threes. British Prime Minister Boris Johnson may be about to find out if that is true. The first of Johnson’s woes is obvious. He claims that at the end of this month Brexit will in some magical way be “done.” It won’t. Formally…
Tk 794cr project to dredge Mongla Port channel

Tk 794cr project to dredge Mongla Port channel

The government has taken a big project to dredge 11 kilometer (km) channel of Mongla Port to increase navigability for facilitating bigger container vessels to anchor at the jetty. The planning commission has already prepared a proposal of the 3-year long project involving Tk 794 crore, which is likely…
Miss Earth Bangladesh contest launched

Miss Earth Bangladesh contest launched

The beauty pageant Miss Earth Bangladesh was officially launched through a press conference at the Nasrul Hamid Auditorium of Dhaka Reporters Unity in the capital yesterday. Naila Bari, National Director, Miss Earth Bangladesh disclosed the details of the contest and highlighted its objectives at the…
Bangladesh-Pakistan
3rd T20I abandoned

Bangladesh-Pakistan 3rd T20I abandoned

The third and final T20 International match between Bangladesh and Pakistan was called off without a ball being bowled following an incessant rain at the Gaddafi Stadium in Lahore on Monday. The outcome meant, Pakistan took the series by 2-0. The hosts beat Bangladesh by five wickets in the first match…
Road accidents kill 112 in Tangail last year

Road accidents kill 112 in Tangail last year

At least 112 persons were killed and a few hundred injured in 63 road accidents in Tangail in 2019. The figures in 2018 were 44 deaths and 127 injured people. All these accidents took place on the Dhaka-Bangabandhu Bridge highway, Tangail-Jamalpur and Tangail-Mymensingh highways and other zonal highways…
Road crash death
of SSC examinee
sparks off protest

Road crash death of SSC examinee sparks off protest

Old Dhaka erupted in protests and streets in Wari were blocked for an hour yesterday after a SSC examinee was run over by a vehicle of Dhaka WASA in front of his school in the capital’s Wari area. Md Abir, 16, was hit by a water tanker of Dhaka Water Supply and Sewerage Authority (WASA) as he…
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