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  • Safe road movement: 9 more students freed from Keraniganj jail
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  • Myanmar tactfully delaying Rohingya repatriation
  • Movement for safe roads: 25 students get bail
Animal sacrifice to blend 
with poll campaign

Animal sacrifice to blend with poll campaign

With the next general elections approaching, leaders of both the ruling Awami League (AL) and its arch rival, the Bangladesh Nationalist Party (BNP),…
Demi-official letters galore for bureaucrats’ promotion

Demi-official letters galore for bureaucrats’ promotion

In the run-up to the upcoming promotions to the post of joint secretary in the civil bureaucracy, a section of bureaucrats, working in different ministries…

Week-long combing operation begins

A day after seven persons were killed in Khagrachari, personnel of the local law enforcement agencies, in cooperation with members of Army and Border Guard Bangladesh (BGB), started combing operation in the district yesterday to arrest the killers. “The week-long combing operations, known as a…

40 students granted bail

Separate Dhaka courts yesterday granted bail to 40 private university students, accused in separate cases filed over vandalism and attacks on police, during the student movement demanding safe roads, reports UNB. Mashad Mortuza Bin Ahad, SakhawatHossainNizhum, Shihad Shahriar, AzizulKarimAntor, Mehdi…
Over 2m Muslims begin Hajj

Over 2m Muslims begin Hajj

More than two million Muslims from around the globe started the hajj pilgrimage yesterday in Saudi Arabia, one of the world's largest annual gatherings…

UGC warns against admission to 14 private universities

The University Grants Commission (UGC) yesterday alerted students about taking admission to 14 private universities, as these educational institutions have various problems including unapproved campuses and conflict in the Board of Trustees (BOT). The commission absolved itself of any responsibility…
The Independent gives highest coverage to climate issues

The Independent gives highest coverage to climate issues

The country’s leading daily, The Independent, has given the highest coverage to climate issues in 2017, according to a resport. The report, prepared…
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