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Commission to identify Bangabandhu killers likely by year end: MinisterLaw Minister Anisul Huq on Saturday said the outline of forming commission has been prepared to find out the conspirators, who were involved in the assassination of Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman and his family members on the fateful night of August 15 in 1975. The Minister also informed that the commission ...
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Thrust on exploring alternative energy sources Participants in a roundtable discussion on the country's energy security have emphasised on exploring possibilities of alternative energy sources while reining corruption in the sector to help address the looming energy crisis.Highlighting the use of Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG), they called for promoting green energy and focusing more on electric vehicles aimed at lesser reliance ...
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Duration of load-shedding getting longer countrywide Though the people of Dhaka and Chattogram city have been getting supply of electricity with load-shedding for one to three hours in a day, people of other cities including Laksmipur, Noakhali, Feni, Habiganj, Mymensingh, Joypurhat, Nilphamari, Dinajpur, Rangpur, Bhola, Pirojpur, Barishal and Satkhira districts are not getting power following the schedule of the respective authorities.According ...
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Nanak, Nasim urge BNP to shun path of anarchyAwami League (AL) Presidium Member Jahangir Kabir Nanak on Saturday warned BNP Secretary General Mirza Fakhrul Islam Alamgir not to scare off Awami League from the streets. Rather, walk through the path of election leaving the path of anarchy. Nanak said, let the month of August go, then you will know 'how many paddy, how ...
Students, fishermen facing trouble
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Coastal areas of Lakshmipur inundated by tidal waterThe coastal areas of Lakshmipur have been inundated as the water level of the Meghna river has risen by about three feet above the normal tide. The teaching of students has been disrupted due to sudden swelling of water in various educational institutions of the coast. They had to wade waist-deep water and swim to ...
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Hill cutters gobble up 120 Ctg hills in 40 yrsCHATTOGRAM Aug 13: Nearly 120 hills have so far been totally flattened by a group of criminal syndicate during the last 40 years in Chattogram. There were over 200 hills in Chattogram.It was disclosed by two cultural and environmental organisations in Chattogram on Saturday. The organisations are, Chattogram History and culture Research Centre and Bangladesh ...
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Quader calls upon AL leaders, activists to speak sensiblyAwami League (AL) General Secretary Obaidul Quader on Saturday called upon leaders, activists of the party and officials of the government to be careful in their speech during the crisis period and said everyone should act responsibly in their speech and behaviour.He said this at a discussion meeting on the occasion of National Mourning Day ...
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Worker dies falling off building in DhakaA construction worker died after falling off the ninth floor of an under construction building in Uttara, Dhaka on Saturday.The deceased was identified as Morsalin, 18, son of Abdus Samad, hailed from Tangail district.Locals said the worker fell down from the building while working on the ninth floor of it, leaving him severely injured.Later, he ...
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Husband confesses to killing female doc: RAB   Rapid Action Battalion (RAB) on Friday expounded that the husband confessed to killing his wife Dr Jannatul Nayeem Siddiqa, 27, in a hotel room in Dhaka city. Commander Khandaker Al Moin, the Director of Legal and Media Wing of RAB, while addressing a press conference at RAB Media Centre at Kawran Bazar in the ...
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Son's murder turns accident death, smells father Law enforces are yet to find out the clue of Md Arif  Mahamud Sumon, a Planning Commission computer operator, who suffered head injuries after a mysterious bike accident on June 9. Ali Akbar, father of the victim said on that night, he left the house on a motorcycle. In connection to road accident, he said ...
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