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Everything that made the headlines today

Update : 11 May 2023, 07:50 PM

Grameen Uniqlo to leave Bangladesh by June

Grameen Uniqlo, a social business initiative of Fast Retailing Co Ltd, will shut down all its 10 stores in Bangladesh by the middle of June and cease to operate in the country.

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69 to vie for each seat in Dhaka University science unit admission test

Some 69 students are set to compete for each seat in the admission test for Dhaka University's Faculty of Sciences, scheduled for Friday.

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File photo: Students sit for the "Ka"unit entry test of Dhaka University in a room in Curzon Hall on Friday, October 1, 2021Dhaka Tribune

NEC approves 263,000C original ADP for FY24

The National Economic Council (NEC) approved a Tk263,000 crore original ADP for the next fiscal year (FY24) making the highest allocation of Tk75,945 crore (28.88% of allocation) in the transport and communication sector.

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BMD: Cyclone Mocha resembles Sidr 

Cyclone Mocha shares similarities with the 2007 Cyclone Sidr that ravaged Bangladesh, Bangladesh Meteorological Department (BMD) has said.

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Pakistan deploys security forces to quell riots over Imran's arrest

Security forces patrolled streets across Pakistan on Thursday and detained supporters of former prime minister Imran Khan, following violent protests over his arrest on corruption charges.

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Police fire tear gas shells towards Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) party activists and supporters of former Pakistan's Prime Minister Imran during a protest against the arrest of their leader, in Karachi on May 9, 2023 AFP

51 Bangladeshis return home from crisis-hit Sudan

A flight of Biman Bangladesh Airlines brought 51 Bangladeshis to Dhaka via Saudi Arabia from conflict-hit Sudan Thursday morning.

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Bangladeshis have returned home from Sudan via Saudi Arabia from conflict-hit Sudan Dhaka Tribune
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