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  • Safe road movement: 9 more students freed from Keraniganj jail
  • Khalishpur Meghna oil depot catches fire, 3 killed
  • Truck-microbus collision kills 6 in Feni
  • Myanmar tactfully delaying Rohingya repatriation
  • Movement for safe roads: 25 students get bail
High prices rule most cattle markets in capital

High prices rule most cattle markets in capital

The sacrificial animal markets in the capital are yet to acquire momentum though formal selling began yesterday, as the cattle traders are asking steep…

Govt plans to turn every village into township: PM

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina yesterday stressed the need for working out future plans to address water supply, sewerage treatment and waste management issues for the country's rural areas alongside the capital as the government wants to develop every village as a township, reports UNB. "We'll…

Bangladesh shock Qatar to advance into last 16

An eleventh hour strike from captain Jamal Bhuiyan steered Bangladesh to grab a crucial solitary goal win against Qatar to advance into the last 16 of the ongoing Asian Games football yesterday at the Patriot Chandrabaga Stadium, Jakarta Palembag. It is the first time Bangladesh could make a place in…

Dhaka seeks pro-active role of WHO

Foreign Minister AH Mahmood Ali yesterday hoped that the World Health Organization (WHO) will continue to play a pro-active role in promoting the health and welfare of Rohingyas as well as substantive role in their safe, voluntary, dignified and sustainable repatriation to Myanmar, reports UNB. He also…

BNP can’t wage movement of its own: Tofail

Commerce Minister Tofail Ahmed yesterday said that the BNP could not wage movement of its own and even the party had tried to make partisan the recent student movement for ensuring road safety, reports BSS. “The innocent students have waged movement few days back for ensuring road safety. I personally…

AL plotting to keep BNP away from election: Fakhrul

BNP Secretary General Mirza Fakhrul Islam Alamgir yesterday alleged that Awami League (AL) is hatching a conspiracy to ‘create chaos’ in the country in a bid to impede the BNP’s participation in the next general elections. “The AL doesn’t want the BNP to join the polls.…

Everything is business

Captain Min Min, a Buddhist from Myanmar, looks on as a stream of Muslim Rohingya labourers zig-zag up narrow gangplanks hauling sacks of ginger from his boat onto Bangladeshi soil -- one of many seizing the economic opportunities presented by a refugee crisis, reports AFP from Teknaf. "I don't…
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