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Update : 07 Apr 2023, 10:00 AM

DSCC plans 10-storey building at Bangabazar

In 2016, the Dhaka South City Corporation authorities planned to erect a 10-storey modern building on the premises of the Bangabazar market complex but had to back away due to resistance by some traders, who filed writ petitions against the move.

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Mahmud Hossain Opu/Dhaka TribuneFire breaks out at Dhaka hospital

A fire broke out at Islami Bank Central Hospital in Dhaka's Kakrail area on Thursday.

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Drivers fear 13.5km gridlock on Dhaka-Tangail highway on Eid trips

Transport drivers who frequently travel on the Dhaka-Tangail-Bangabandhu Bridge Highway, are worried about possible traffic congestion spanning 13.5 kilometers, from Elenga to the eastern side of Bangabandhu Bridge, during Eid-related journeys.

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Dhaka Tribune

Awami League, BNP lawyers clash at SCBA iftar party

A clash erupted between pro-Awami League and pro-BNP lawyers at an iftar party organized by the Supreme Court Bar Association (SCBA) on Thursday.

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Bangla Tribune

Protesters form human chain, demand cancellation of Prothom Alo's declaration

Professionals from different sectors on Thursday formed a human chain protesting a report published by Prothom Alo on Independence Day and demanding the cancellation of the declaration of the newspaper.

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Bangla Tribune

Indian opposition lawmakers rally against Modi government

More than 100 Indian opposition lawmakers, including members of the Congress party, staged a protest march Thursday after the end of a parliamentary budget session that was marred by shouting and disruptions to proceedings amid a standoff with Prime Minister Narendra Modi's government.

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Police officers restrain a woman as supporters of India's main opposition Congress party protest after the party's leader Rahul Gandhi was disqualified as a lawmaker by India's parliament, in New Delhi, India, March 27, 2023 Reuters

Most Dhaka markets including Gausia risky, fire service says

The Fire Service and Civil Defence has said it considers most of the markets in Dhaka, including Gausia Market, to be risky.

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