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Many achievements, only one blot for AL

Many achievements, only one blot for AL
The Sheikh Hasina-led Awami League (AL) government completed its fourth year in power successfully after the lopsided general elections on January 5, 2014. It had several significant achievements to show, though it also faced some unpleasant incidents. Bangabandhu’s speech on UNESCO list AL leaders think 2017 was a blessing for them and their government. The party’s founding president and father of the nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman’s historic March 7 speech was included in the Memory of the World International Register, a list of the world’s important documentary heritage maintained by UNESCO. In this fiery speech on March 7, 1971, Bangabandhu called upon the freedom-loving Bangalis to wage a decisive struggle…

Quader warns against ‘sick competition’ to get party ticket

Quader warns against ‘sick competition’ to get party ticket

Awami League (AL) general secretary Obaidul Quader has warned party leaders of stern organisational action if they engaged in “sick competition” to get party tickets for the next general election slated for late 2018 or early 2019. “The AL is a big political party with a large number…
Political plot to implicate 
Khaleda, says lawyer

Political plot to implicate Khaleda, says lawyer

BNP chairperson Khaleda Zia’s defence lawyer yesterday questioned the justification to implicate her in the Zia Orphanage Trust graft case. “The late foreign minister Mustafizur Rahman had collected the money from Kuwait and it was deposited with the Zia Memorial Trust. But no case was filed…
Note and guidebooks stifling creativity

Note and guidebooks stifling creativity

The debate about how education in general allows or stifles creativity to flourish has a very unseemly dimension of guide plus notebooks. On the one hand, these products commercialise education, while on the other, make a handful of people staggeringly wealthy. It’s heartening to find that the…
Use of chemical pesticides in agriculture

Use of chemical pesticides in agriculture

The application of pesticide becomes an invincible part to crop cultivation. It remains unclear whether the use of chemical pesticides should be stopped or not. Environmentalists, soil scientists, hydrologists, physicians, and experts of other line departments opined to phase off chemical pesticides…
BTRC conducts drives to monitor call quality

BTRC conducts drives to monitor call quality

The Bangladesh Telecommunication Regulatory Commission (BTRC) is conducting test drives in the country to check the quality of services (QoS) provided by mobile phone operators. However, the data analysis has not started because there is no lab for this purpose. “When the lab is set up, we will…
Two air raids kill 68 Yemen civilians in one day: UN

Two air raids kill 68 Yemen civilians in one day: UN

SANAA: Sixty-eight Yemeni civilians were killed in two separate air raids by the Saudi-led Arab coalition in one day, the UN humanitarian Coordinator in Yemen Jamie McGoldrick said on Thursday, reports AFP. The first air strike on Tuesday hit a "crowded popular market" in Taez province, killing…
Ronu Majumdar and Debojyoti Bose leave audience spellbound

Ronu Majumdar and Debojyoti Bose leave audience spellbound

The soulful jugalbandi recital of Pandit Ronu Majumdar and Pandit Debojyoti Bose left the audience spellbound, and the presentation of flute and sarod by the two noted music maestros respectively took the audience to a magical world which the avid music lovers would certainly cherish for a long time.…
MSC keep going strong in 2nd-leg

MSC keep going strong in 2nd-leg

Mohammedan Sporting Club earned their eight wins in the Saif Power Battery Bangladesh Premier League football when they defeated Rahamtganj MFS by 2-1 yesterday at the Bangabandhu National Stadium. After winning the match Mohammedan brought their tally 28 from 19 matches when from as many matches Rahmatganj…
Tea cultivation increases in Thakurgaon, Panchagarh

Tea cultivation increases in Thakurgaon, Panchagarh

With increased cultivation of tea in Thakurgaon and Panchagarh districts, the production will help meet the local demand, planters hope. In 2007, Kaniz Fatema, daughter-in-law of former president, the late Dr Iajuddin Ahmed, started tea cultivation on 25 acres on the bank of the bordering Nagor River…
Govt to seek funds, policy support

Govt to seek funds, policy support

The government is likely to emphasise on increasing investment under the Seventh Five Year Plan (SFYP) and Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and seek policy support from development partners in the next Bangladesh Development Forum (BDF) meeting to be held on January 17 and 18 next year, finance…
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