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Update : 03 Jan 2016, 02:22 PM

DMP: No programme for AL, BNP at same venue

DMP Commissioner Asaduzzaman Miah has said Awami League and BNP will not be allowed to hold programmes at the same venue on January 5.

He made the statement while talking to the journalists after a programme at the Media Centre in Mintoo Road, Dhaka on Sunday afternoon.

Watches banned in BCS preliminary tests

Bangladesh Public Service Commission (BPSC) has prohibited the use of any kind of watch during the 36th Bangladesh Civil Service (BCS) Preliminary examination to be held on January 8.

Indian minister pledges to seal Indo-Bangla border in Assam

Indian Home Minister Rajnath Singh has said the Indo-Bangla border in Assam would be completely sealed by 2016, citing that the boundary was porous.

He made the assertion while visiting Karimganj sector of the India-Bangladesh border in Assam on Sunday.

Maldives keen to recruit more Bangladeshi doctors

Seeking Bangladesh's cooperation in regard to imparting training in higher education and other sectors, the Maldives have expressed its keen interest to recruit more Bangladeshi physicians.

Smugglers den in Dinajpur

Parbatipur, a sleepy little town near the Indian border in Bangladesh’s northern district Dinajpur, is very important.

It is important not because it is a tourist attraction or a major regional administration hub or a mining town. It is important because smugglers use this place as a depository for all kinds of goods brought over from India illegally.

Muhith hints price cut of fuel oil

Finance Minister AMA Muhith has said the price of fuel oil might be reduced.

He made the statement at a meeting with a delegation of Metropolitan Chambers of Commerce and Industry (MCCI) held at the secretariat on Sunday afternoon.

Donald Trump: Hillary Clinton created ISIS with Obama

Donald Trump has used his latest campaign rally to accuse Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama of being responsible for the rise of Islamic State.

AL again plans to dominate city streets on January 5

The Awami League has planned to be in control of the streets in the capital on January 5, the second anniversary of the 10th general elections, like it did last year, sources in the party said.

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