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Crop diversification has positive impact on 
nutritional intake: Study

Crop diversification has positive impact on nutritional intake: Study

Crop diversification helps increase the intake of nutritious food by giving households more options to choose from food items in the country, said a study…

Juveniles get exposed to corruption by question leaks: ACC

With the recurrence of question paper leaks the education system have brought in a deep sense of frustration among the young generation in the country and a dark episode is eclipsing the next generation, reports UNB. Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) made these observations in a report it submitted to…

Ensure salary of teachers of autistic children schools: JS committee

The Parliamentary Standing Committee on Social Welfare Ministry on Wednesday suggested the government to finalise a policy soon for ensuring the salary and allowances of the teachers and staff of the schools of mentally autistic children as per the National Pay Scale 2015, reports UNB. The parliamentary…

Joj Miah drama was staged to cover Aug 21 grenade attackers: Prosecution

The prosecution in connection with the case lodged over August 21, 2004, grenade attack, yesterday said Joj Miah drama was staged by the then government and people in the administration to cover up the real culprits, reports BSS. "They carried out that heinous incident by staging the drama using…

Four traders among 9 get HC bail

The High Court on Tuesday granted anticipatory bail to nine people, including four traders, in two cases filed over the attack on Detective Branch (DB) policemen at Fortune Shopping Mall in the capital’s Malibagh area suspecting them as fake detectives, reports UNB. The HC court bench of Justice…

BNP’s demo protesting price hike

BNP standing committee member Amir Khasru Mahmud Chowdhury yesterday alleged that people are passing through critical time as the prices of essentials have gone out of their buying capacity, reports UNB. "Now prices of rice, meat, vegetable including onion have gone beyond the purchasing capacity…

Indian war veterans due today

An Indian delegation, comprising 27 war veterans and four serving officers, accompanied by their companions arrive in Dhaka today to participate in the Victory Day celebrations and share their stories, reports UNB. Through the visit, the veterans of War of Liberation of Bangladesh 1971 will once again…

‘Edn sector goes under reformation’

Savar: Education Minister Nurul Islam Nahid yesterday said that there has been a huge reformation in the education sector of the country during the rule of present government under the leadership of Prime minister Sheikh Hasina, reports UNB. Attending the 12th convocation programme of BRAC University…

Tight security on X-mas day, 31st Dec: Home minister

Home Minister Asaduzzaman Khan yesterday said the government has planned nationwide tight security for peaceful celebrations of the Christmas Day and the 31st night, reports BSS. "All the 75 churches in the capital city would be brought under tight security measures on December 25 with deployment…

Sylhet’s train communication resumes

SYLHET: The rail communication between Sylhet and the rest of the country resumed on Wednesday afternoon after a suspension of two and half an hours following the derailment of a passenger train in Shibbari area of South Surma upazila, reports UNB.  Sylhet Railway Station master Shahidul Islam…

Burnt worker dies at DMCH

GAZIPUR: A female worker, who suffered burn injuries as a gas cylinder exploded at a cosmetics factory in Kaliakoir upazila on Tuesday, died at Dhaka Medical College Hospital early Wednesday, reports UNB. The deceased was identified as Shefali Akter, a worker at 'FS Cosmetics Ltd'. Earlier on…

EVENTS TODAY

PRESS CONFERENCE: Bangladesh Unnayan Parishad will organise press conference at the VIP lounge of National Press Club at 10.30am. MEETING: Quasem Drycells Ltd will hold its 36h Annual General Meeting (AGM) at RAOWA Complex at Mohakhali at 10am. DISCUSSION: National Press Club will organise a discussion…

Affected people in N’ganj start getting compensation

The affected people of Padma Bridge Railway Link Project on Tuesday started getting rehabilitation benefits in Narayanganj, reports UNB. Compensation cheques were distributed among the affected people at a function held at Prapti City ground in Pagla of Fatulla. In association with the Bangladesh Railway…

2 cousins hacked dead in Gazipur

Two cousins were chopped to death by miscreants at Duttapara of Gazipur city on Tuesday night, reports UNB. The deceased were identified as Akhtar Hossain, son of Mujibur Rahman, and his cousin Ashiqur Rhman, son of Habibur Rahman of the area. Firoj Talukder, officer-in-charge of Tongi Police Station,…

SCC mayor asked to submit report over missing vehicles

SYLHET: A court here on Wednesday asked Sylhet City Corporation (SCC) mayor Ariful Huq Chowdhury to submit probe report within a week over missing of its three damaged vehicles, reports UNB. Judge Saifuzzaman Hiru of chief metropolitan magistrate passed the order after examining police report. After…

campus corner

New trust fund established at DU A new trust fund titled “Tahmina Banu Shilu Trust Fund” has been established at the Public Administration Department of Dhaka University (DU) with a view to helping poor meritorious students of the  department. Professor of DU Economics Department and…

news in brief

Man ‘kills self’ in capital A young man allegedly committed suicide by shooting himself at his resident in capital's Merul Badda area on Tuesday evening. The deceased was identified as Md Uzzal, 32, a resident of the area. Uzzal used to live with his family on the third floor of a five-storied…
Qaiser Iqbal

Qaiser Iqbal

Qaiser Iqbal Ghani, former director of Biman Bangladesh Airlines, died at his residence at Baridhara in the capital on Tuesday, says a press release.…
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