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Update : 18 Jul 2023, 09:41 AM

Dhaka-17 by-polls: Arafat wins by huge margin amid low turnout

The voters of Gulshan, Banani, Baridhara and Cantonment on Monday elected Awami League candidate Prof Mohammad Ali Arafat, popularly known as Mohammad Arafat, as the lawmaker for Dhaka-17 constituency.

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Awami League's candidate for the Dhaka-17 by-polls, Mohammad A Arafat at the polling centre in Dhaka's Gulshan Mahmud Hossain Opu/Dhaka Tribune

EC, observers say elections in Dhaka, elsewhere were free and fair

The Election Commission and observers yesterday said that polls in Dhaka and elsewhere in the country were held in a largely free and fair manner.

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Hero Alom attacked, quits polls

Dhaka-17 independent candidate Ashraful Hossen Alom, popularly known as Hero Alom, was subjected to a physical assault in Dhaka's Banani area shortly before the end of voting on Monday.

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Unhealthy comparison: How it shapes children's mindset

Parents are often their children's greatest supporters and critics, willing to go to great lengths to ensure their success.

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Children often are subjected to violent discipline in Bangladesh Courtesy

Six held over waterbus capsize in Buriganga

River Police have detained six people over the incident of a waterbus capsizing in Buriganga on Monday.

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A waterbus with approximately 60 passengers on board capsized on the Buriganga river Dhaka Tribune

EC Alamgir: Action against those involved in Hero Alom assault

Action will be taken against those involved in physically assaulting Hero Alom, Election Commissioner Md Alamgir said on Monday.

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