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4 dredgers pledged by Kuwait 
emir not delivered in 7 years

4 dredgers pledged by Kuwait emir not delivered in 7 years

A commitment made by the Emir of Kuwait seven years ago, to give four dredgers as a gift to Bangladesh, has not been carried out yet. Allegations have…

BNP dividing nation on Rohingya issue

Awami League general secretary, Obaidul Quader, who is also the road transport and bridges minister, yesterday (Saturday) criticised the BNP for saying that the government was dividing the nation on the Rohingya issue. He said it was the BNP, and not the AL, that was creating a division within the nation.…

Govt out to split BNP coalition: Fakhrul

The BNP-led 20-party alliance yesterday alleged that the government is trying to split the coalition to weaken it ahead of the 11th parliamentary election by intimidating its partners through repressive acts, reports UNB. "The efforts are on to split the 20-party alliance as it was in the past,…

Bangladeshis in KSA get one-month amnesty

The government of Saudi Arabia has extended the amnesty for another month for the Bangladeshi workers who have been residing in the kingdom without valid work permit. Under the amnesty from September 16 till October 15, the Bangladeshis can now leave within this period without any fine, the embassy…

EC’s 3rd phase dialogue starts today

The Election Commission's (EC's) 3rd phase dialogues with eight political parties begin today with talks with Oikyabodha Nagorik Andolan and Bangladesh Jatiya Party (Matin) first, reports UNB. The Commission on August 24 last started its dialogues with 40 registered political parties to receive…

Russia warns against foreign intervention in Myanmar

Attempts at intervening in Myanmar’s internal affairs may have only one net effect - still deeper interreligious discord, Russian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova said on Friday, reports TASS. "It is essential to remember that the wish to intervene in the internal affairs of a…

British police make arrest

British police made their first arrest yesterday over the bombing of a London underground train, detaining a man at the country's main ferry port and describing the development as significant, reports AFP from London. Thirty people were treated in hospital after the bomb detonated in a packed train…

UN urges Iraqi Kurds to hold talks, drop referendum

The United Nations has urged Iraqi Kurdish leader Massud Barzani to drop plans for an independence referendum and enter talks with Baghdad aimed at reaching a deal within three years, reports AFP from Baghdad yesterday. Jan Kubis, the top UN envoy in Iraq, offered international backing for immediate…
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