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12kg gold bars worth Tk 8.44cr seized from Biman flight
The Customs Intelligence and Investigation Directorate (CIID) seized 104 gold bars weighing some 12 kilograms and worth around Tk 8.44 crore from a Biman Bangladesh Airlines flight from Dubai at the Hazrat Shahjalal International Airport in Dhaka on Sunday night.The gold bars were seized from a Biman flight (BG-4148) which came from Dubai via Shah ...
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Why directive won't be issued to give household gas connections: HC High Court on Monday issued a rule asking why the government's decision to return demand notes' money to household customers, instead of giving them gas connections, would not be declared illegal and unlawful.At the same time, the High Court asked in its rule why the government's inertia to give gas connections to domestic or household ...
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Daily-death toll from Covid-19 drops to 5Five persons have died being infected with coronavirus during the last 24 hours till 8:00am on Monday. Among them, two were male and three female. Two of them died in Dhaka, two in Chattogram and one in Khulna.With them, a total of 27,828 persons have died from Covid-19 in the country. Nine died of Covid-19 ...
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Discipline in e-commerce sector in 3 months: Commerce MinisterCommerce Minister Tipu Munshi has said discipline will be restored to the country's e-commerce sector within the next three months. All e-commerce related companies will have to take unique business identification (UBIN) within this time. Information and Communication Technology (ICT) Division will develop a software relating to it soon.Besides, he said some Tk 214 crore ...
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Khaleda Zia undergoes biopsy test for cancerBNP Chairperson Khaleda Zia's biopsy has been conducted at Evercare Hospital in the capital.It was disclosed by Khaleda Zia's personal physician Dr AZM Zahid Hossain while addressing a press conference at the BNP Chairperson's political office at Gulshan in the capital on Monday.He said Khaleda Zia's biopsy test was conducted on early Monday afternoon. Minimum ...
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59 arrested in anti-drug drives in cityPolice in anti-drug drives detained 59 people alongwith drugs from different areas of the city in last 24 hours as of 6:00am on Monday. Around 4,705 Yaba tablets, 260 grams of heroin, and 4.836 kilograms of hemp were recovered during the drives in different areas, said Hafiz Al Asad, additional deputy commissioner (media and public ...
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Probe body finds proof of haircut, recommends for punishment The probe body has found the involvement of teacherFarhana Yasmin Baten in the incident of forcefully cuttinghair of 14 students at Rabindra University in Sirajganj.The committee has also recommended to take action against Farhana Yasmin, former chairperson of the Department of History, Culture and Bangladesh Studies. Laila Ferdous, chairman of the Department of Rabindra Studies ...
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Discipline at state-level collapses if misrule lingers: ASM RabDiscipline at the state-level collapses if misrule in a country lingers, said Jatiya Samajtantrik Dal (JSD) president ASM Abdur Rab on Sunday.He was speaking at a discussion organised in observance of the party leader Mohammad Shahjahan's 29th anniversary of death of Jatiya Press Club in the capital.ASM Abdur Rab observed that social harmony in Bangladesh ...
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Hilsa catching resumes on Monday midnight after 22-day banFishermen will be able to catch Hilsa again as the 22-day ban is going to expire by Monday midnight. A 22-day ban on catching, selling, hoarding, and transporting of Hilsa was imposed by the government on October 4 to protect mother Hilsa with eggs.The ban will be effective until October 25 midnight, said sources at ...
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'Bangladesh faces rice shortages because people consume more rice'
Agriculture Minister Dr Abdur Razzak has said there is no food crisis in Bangladesh. Even, food crisis did not appear during the coronavirus pandemic. However, rice crisis has appeared as people consume more rice now-a-day. Because of it, rice prices are also increasing in the country.The minister made the remarks while speaking at a function, ...
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