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Indian High Commission celebrates Republic Day
UNB, Dhaka

The Indian High Commission in Dhaka celebrated the 71st Republic Day of India yesterday at Chancery premises of the High Commission.
High Commissioner Riva Ganguly Das unfurled the national flag and read out the Indian President’s address to the Nation.
The Mahar regimental band of the Indian Army, which was specially flown in for the occasion, played the Indian National Anthem. Members of the Indian community in Dhaka joined the Republic Day celebrations in large numbers and presented a cultural programme showcasing India’s unity in diversity.
Writers’ conference held
BSS, Rangpur

The day-long Rangpur Rhyme Writers’ Conference-2020 ended in the city on Saturday amid festivity enthralling hundreds of children, students, socio-cultural and literary personalities and common people.
On the eve of the birth centenary celebrations of Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, ‘Rangpur Rhyme Sangsad’ organised the event at Town Hall auditorium in the city. Before launching of the conference, a one-minute silence was observed in remembrance of Bangabandhu, a press release said. More than 100 popular rhyme writers from the capital city and allover Bangladesh participated in the conference that ended with a cultural function at midnight.
The rhyme writers began activities of the conference with placing wreaths at the Central Shaheed Minar paying rich tribute to three million martyred sons and daughters of the soil during the War of Liberation in 1971.
Minor killed in road accident
Staff Reporter, Barishal

A minor boy was killed in a road accident in the city on Saturday. Zahid bin Alam, officer in charge of Barishal Airport Police Station, said Rakan, a five-year minor boy, was killed when a battery operated three-wheeler hit him in the morning at Sher-E -Bangla Road area of the city.
The victim was son of Rafiqul Islam, an officer of Naval forces. The body was handed over to family member after lodging a case of unnatural death, said police.

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