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  • Rohingya repatriation to begin in ‘2 months’
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  • Veteran singer Bari Siddiqui passes away
No question outside textbooks

No question outside textbooks

The Directorate of Secondary and Higher Education (DSHE) has asked schools outside the capital to strictly follow the admission policy while preparing…

Move to form BCL school bodies ‘worrying’

The nation's eminent citizens, educationists, political analysts, teachers and guardians have expressed deep concern over introduction of student politics at the school level. They observed that this decision might destroy the secondary level education system and spread violence and anarchy at the…
Khaleda trains guns on IO in graft case

Khaleda trains guns on IO in graft case

BNP chairperson Khaleda Zia yesterday accused Harun-or-Rashid, investigating officer (IO) in her case, of giving "untrue" and "baseless"…
CJ post unlikely to stay vacant for long: Anisul

CJ post unlikely to stay vacant for long: Anisul

Law Minister Anisul Huq yesteday said there is no need to create any controversy over this appointment of the Chief Justice as the President is unlikely…

US firm to set up mobile power plant at Pangaon

US-based company APR Energy will setup a 300MW mobile power station near the Pangaon container terminal port in Keraniganj. “We've decided to allocate 24 acres of land belonging to the Bangladesh Inland Water Transport Authority (BIWTA) at Pangaon for APR Energy. A draft is being prepared…
Ailing mayor Annisul improving

Ailing mayor Annisul improving

The negative propaganda about ailing Mayor Annisul Huq spread on online news portals and social media is totally baseless and confusing, said a Dhaka…
Zimbabweans relish bribe-free roads after Mugabe fall

Zimbabweans relish bribe-free roads after Mugabe fall

As Robert Mugabe's regime tottered and fell, one immediate benefit that Zimbabweans celebrated with glee was the sudden absence of bribe-extracting…

Energy-saving LEDs boost light pollution worldwide

They were supposed to bring about an energy revolution -- but the popularity of LED lights is driving an increase in light pollution worldwide, with dire consequences for human and animal health, researchers said Wednesday, reports AFP from Miami. The study in the journal Science Advances is based on…
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