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Tanjeem Fatema
Sub Editor / Correspondant
Tanjeem Fatema, working with the Daily Observer since March 2014. Before joining the Daily Observer, she worked with The Independent from May 2010 to February 2014. Traveling, gardening and watching movies are her hobbies.

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By Tanjeem Fatema
Youth stabbed dead in DhakaA youth was stabbed to death in Chakbazar area in old part of Dhaka early Tuesday.Son of Mujibur Rahman, deceased  Jewel, 23, was a resident of Purbo Chunarghat.Chakbazar Police Station duty officer Asharful Islam said some armed miscreants stabbed Jewel beside Chunarghat Diner Alo Jam-e-Masjid early hours and fled the scene.Being informed, the victim's relatives ...
By Tanjeem Fatema
Chandpur road accident kills 3
Three people were killed and one was injured when a pick-up van smashed an auto-rickshaw in Matlab Uttar upazila of Chandpur district on Tuesday morning.   The deceased were identified as Mafizul, 45, Anik Sarkar, 24, and Md Alamgir, 50.  Injured auto-rickshaw driver Nurul Haque was admitted to Matlab Uttar Upazila Health Complex.  Matlab Police ...
Akheri Munajat in Bangla for first time
By Tanjeem Fatema
1st phase of Ijtema ends today   The first phase of Biswa Ijtema, the second largest Muslim congregation after the Hajj, will end on Sunday with Akheri Munajat (concluding prayer) in Bangla for the first time. The munajat is expected to begin around 11am which will be led by Imam of Kakrail Mosque Hafez Mohammad Zobayer.  A large number of devotees ...
By Tanjeem Fatema
3 held with 494 tortoises in Khulna
Members of forest department and Rapid Action Battalion detained three people alongwith 494 tortoises in Khulna city early Saturday while smuggling those to India.   Forests, Environment and Wildlife Management Department divisional officer Modinul Ahsan said they seized 494 tortoises from a pickup van at Zero Point area early hours with the help of RAB ...
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Truck-train collision halts Dhaka-Ctg train serviceThe rail communications of Chittagong with Dhaka remained halted following a collision between a train and a truck at Palpara in Comilla Sadar upazila.   A sand-laden truck hit a Comilla-bound demu train at an unauthorised level-crossing, said Shafiqur Rahman, the station master of Comilla Railway Station.  Following the collision, the wheels of the train ...
3 devotees die
Edited by Tanjeem Fatema
1st phase of Ijtema enters 2nd day   The first phase of Biswa Ijtema entered the second day on Saturday on the bank of the Turag River at Tongi.   The three-day Ijtema began after Fazr prayers on Friday.  Meanwhile, three devotees, including a Malaysian citizen, have died at the Ijtema ground in three days due to old-age complications and illness.  The Malaysian ...
By Tanjeem Fatema
3 killed in Sundarbans shootoutThree people were killed during a gunfight between a bandit gang and Rapid Action Battalion (RAB) members at Swarankhola range in the Sundarbans under Bagerhat district on Thursday morning. The identities of the deceased could not be known yet.   RAB claimed that the trio were the members of 'Sumon Bahini'.On secret information that members ...
By Tanjeem Fatema
Bus-truck collision kills 2 in GopalganjTwo people were killed and 10 others injured when a bus collided with a truck in Sadar upazila of Gopalganj early Monday.The identities of the deceased could not be known yet. Gopalganj Sadar Police Station OC Md Salim Reza said the head-on collision took place in Ghonapara area around 2am, leaving two dead on the ...
Edited by Tanjeem Fatema
2 Bangladeshis among 32 missing in China ship collision Thirty-two people, including two Bangladeshis and 30 Iranians, were missing Sunday after an oil tanker collided with a cargo ship off the coast of east China, Chinese transport ministry said.The tanker, carrying 136,000 tonnes of oil condensate, caught fire following the collision Saturday night and its crew of 32  were missing, the ministry said in ...
By Tanjeem Fatema
ACC quizzing 7 AB Bank directorsThe Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) has started questioning seven directors of AB Bank on Sunday on charge of money laundering.The interrogation began around 9:30am at the ACC office in capital Dhaka, said ACC's Public Relations Officer Pranab Kumar Bhattacharya.TF/LY 
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