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- October 19, 2017
Some unidentified miscreants on Saturday attacked and clobbered the headmaster of a government primary school at Araihazar in Narayanganj with iron rods, breaking both his hands.
Detectives have arrested two people including a former leader of BNP’s student wing Jatiyatabadi Chhatra Dal from Sirajganj for fraudulent activities using the names of prime minister’s advisers, ministers and bureaucrats.
They called for the government to enforce the existing Bangladesh Wildlife Protection and Safety Act 2012 properly.
An on-duty constable of Barisal Metropolitan Police has been suspended for taking selfies with Industries Minister Amir Hossain Amu.
Awami League Publicity and Publication Secretary Hasan Mahmud said that the BNP would lose strength and split into many parts the way Muslim League or Jatiya Samajtantrik Dal did if the party did not participate in the next general polls.
A large amount of funds have remained idle in the country’s banking sector, and are not being invested
Farmers explained that they could find no alternative when companies approach them in times of need
Production cost must be cut down while the sector needs government support
Deutsche Bank declined to comment on the meeting.
‘We are working on tax law and consulting with law experts to bring a positive change in a bid to make it more people friendly’
On the whole, the prospects for further moderate economic growth look encouraging
National Board of Revenue (NBR) Chairman Nojibur Rahman on Saturday said online VAT registration system would begin this month as part of their effort to establish people-friendly tax system.
Saydur Rahman Shamim of Channel i was elected as the new president of the Bangladesh Sports Journalists Association
It is not an option to turn our back on the Buriganga, no matter how daunting it may seem to try to clean it up at this stage
President Abdul Hamid on Saturday called upon the student community to come forward to bring back student politics on the right track and regain the lost glory.
Since 2009, the access to electricity have been increased to 80% from 47% and per capita power generation have been increased to 407 kWh from 220 kWh
Following tough away series’ against New Zealand and India, Bangladesh started their Sri Lanka mission on a high note in the lone two-day practice match
The US and Canadian embassies have removed parts of their security features from the footpaths within a few days after receiving a letter from the DNCC.
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The Oscar-winning actress, 35, gave birth to a girl named Amalia on February 22