- Foreign Affairs
- June 25, 2017
The High Court on Monday issued a rule questioning the legality of demanding monthly tuition fees from the students who have got scholarship at class V and VIII.
Two of the killers have 85,000 shares with the Jubilee Bank
Police on Sunday recovered 50,000 yaba tablets from a Mitsubishi made sports utility vehicle (SUV) disguised as a government car in order to avoid suspicions from Shilpakala Academy’s north gate in Segunbagicha area of Dhaka.
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The National Election Office said on its website that 98.3% of those who voted had rejected the quotas with 99.97% of votes counted. Just 40% of around 8.26m eligible people had cast a valid vote, however, less than the 50% needed to legitimise the result. Final results are expected next week.
Rigan is the 11th person to give statements before courts in the Gulshan terrorist attack case
A narrow win for Colombia’s opponents to a government peace deal with Farc rebels has thrown the country into disarray, leading one journalist to starkly declare, “Nobody really knows what will happen tomorrow.”
Police rescued a three-month old baby from a private clinic in Joypurhat town on Monday, 22 hours after the infant was stolen from a consultation centre.
In a policy shift in 2013, the Bank said it would end virtually all support for the creation of coal-burning power plants, supporting them only in “rare circumstances” where there are no viable alternatives.
‘Concentration is going to be a key – ticking over and trying to bat for as long as possible,’ said England opener Roy
The projects are a mosque in Dhaka and a community centre in Gaibandha
The process of empowering the EC to hold the election is underway as per the Zila Parishad Act 2000, said Anisul.
Tahmid’s best friend Josh Grondin last saw Tahmid on June 30, when Tahmid took a cab to say goodbye to his brother, en route to Dhaka from Canada
A police spokesman said the haul from the robbery, mostly jewellery, was worth up to €6 million (£5.2m; $6.7m).
The first challenge for the English side will be the weather as they start their sub-continent tour where they will tour India after completing their month-long series in Bangladesh
India had earlier topped the Test rankings when they won a four–match series against the Windies 2-0 but Pakistan’s draw against England in a four-match series was enough for them to overtake India
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“I feel proud to be involved with a trusted brand like Grameenphone!,” Wasfia said in a reaction to the appointment.
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