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Police to seek death for 16

Police to seek death for 16
The Police Bureau of Investigation (PBI) is going to submit the charge-sheet in the Nusrat Jahan Rafi murder case before a Feni court today. It will be seeking the death penalty for 16 people involved in the killing of the Feni madrasa student. At a press briefing yesterday (Tuesday), PBI chief Banaj Kumar Majumdar said 16 people, including Sonagazi Islamia Senior Fazil Madrasa’s ex-principal Siraj-ud-Doula and local Awami League leader Ruhul Amin, were involved in the murder case. “We have found involvement of 16 people in the arson attack on the madrasa girl that led to her death. After scrutinising all documents of the case, we are going to submit the charge-sheet, seeking the death penalty for the accused,” the deputy…

President leaves for India today

President leaves for India today

President M Abdul Hamid will leave Dhaka for India today afternoon on a three-day visit to join the swearing-in ceremony of Narendra Modi as the Prime Minister of India. “A VVIP flight (BG-1513) of Biman Bangladesh Airlines Limited carrying the President and his entourage members will take off…
Capacity building can 
result in brighter future

Capacity building can result in brighter future

Engaging government primary health service delivery to implement early childhood development interventions promises a brighter future, says a recent study of icddr,b. The icddr,b’s Child Development Unit held a dissemination seminar at its Sasakawa Auditorium in Mohakhali, Dhaka to share major…
No respite from 
heat wave

No respite from heat wave

The blistering heat of summer and high humidity made life unbearable for the people of the country, particularly those living in the capital. It is getting really difficult to commute to work during Ramadan because of the unbearable heat. What is worrying is that the prevailing spell of heatwave is…
Democracy begins at the party level

Democracy begins at the party level

In an unanticipated and unforeseen twist on April 29, 2019, the BNP, which is otherwise known for its ‘rigid and unbending’ political stances in recent decades, really went 180 degrees to join the 11th parliament, exposing the cracks and ultimate crises in Bangladesh politics. May be even…
Satkhira mangoes being exported to Europe this year, too

Satkhira mangoes being exported to Europe this year, too

Buoyed by their success over the last three years, farmers Satkhira are all set to export mangoes produced in the district to the Europe this year, too. Deputy Director of the district office of the Department of Agricultural Extension (DAE) Arvinda Biswas said they have set a target to export 200 tonnes…
Iran tensions overshadow Mecca summits

Iran tensions overshadow Mecca summits

Regional heavyweight Saudi Arabia hosts Islamic, Arab and Gulf summits this week as tensions between Iran and the US raise fears of military escalation. The three summits in Mecca, Islam’s holiest city, allow US ally Riyadh the chance to present unified Islamic, Arab and Gulf fronts against its…
Kumar Bishwajit to present new song in Eid

Kumar Bishwajit to present new song in Eid

Evergreen singer Kumar Bishwajit is all set to present a new song titled ‘Rosh Koiya Bish Khawailo’ for his fans and audience on the occasion of Eid-ul-Fitr. The song is composed by Joban Ali Shah, a lyricist and music composer from the holy land Sylhet Earlier with another song titled ‘Premer…
Shakib one of the biggest 
assets in Tigers arsenal

Shakib one of the biggest assets in Tigers arsenal

Bangladesh enter the 2019 World Cup without the tag of ‘minnows’. The Bengal Tigers have proven -- time and again in the recent past -- that they are not a team to be trifled with by the opposition. They made it to the quarter-finals in the last edition of the World Cup and then played the…
Solar-powered dug wells bring hope of water

Solar-powered dug wells bring hope of water

The term ‘drought-prone region’ to describe a cluster of districts in the country’s north sounds almost benign, hardly capturing the perpetual hardship for people engaged in a constant battle for water, the key to life. The paucity of water also makes it extremely difficult for farming…
BNP plans to raise voice in and outside parliament after Eid

BNP plans to raise voice in and outside parliament after Eid

The BNP is contemplating strengthening its issue-based movement and taking to the street after Eid-ul-Fitr, according to party leaders. Its main demand would be release of the party’s ailing chairperson, Khaleda Zia. Along with the ongoing movement for the release of the former premier, the party…
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