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Draft Broadcast Act under scrutiny

Draft Broadcast Act under scrutiny

 After initiating the formulation of a Broadcast Act four years ago, the government is yet to finalise the draft Broadcast Act 2017, which also aims…

Home rush eases

Unlike Friday, bus and launch terminals and railway stations in the capital didn’t see heavy pressure of passengers yesterday. Most of the holidaymakers started leaving the capital for their village homes from Thursday and that resulted in lighter crowds at the road exit points of the capital…

Country under tight security for Eid

The entire country has been brought under stringent security measure, including in the capital city, with deployment of Rapid Action Battalion (RAB) and police for peaceful and smooth celebration of the holy Eid-ul-Fitr, reports BSS. "We have taken all possible security measures to ensure security…

Qatar says Saudi-led demands not ‘reasonable’

Qatar yesterday said that a 13-point list of demands made by Saudi Arabia and its allies impinged on its sovereignty and failed to meet US expectations they be "reasonable", reports AFP. The four Arab governments delivered the demands to Qatar through Kuwait on Thursday, more than two weeks…

‘3 Bangladeshis among suspects’

Philippines authorities have claimed that they have identified three Bangladeshi nationals among the 89 suspected Islamist militants who holed up in southern town Mindanao since May 23. According to a report by The Phillipine Star, a police intelligence report obtained by Kyodo News said at least 89…
15 dead, over 100 missing in China landslide

15 dead, over 100 missing in China landslide

Rescuers pulled 15 bodies from an avalanche of rocks that buried a mountain village in southwest China yesterday as an increasingly bleak search for some…
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