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Update : 13 Jul 2023, 09:40 AM

Public transport crisis grips Dhaka as political rallies cause chaos, fare hikes

There has been a severe public transport crisis in the capital as Bangladesh's two biggest political parties went face-to-face by holding rallies just a few kilometers apart ahead of the national polls. 

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No election sans PM Hasina, reiterates Awami League

Yet again clarifying its stance on the polls-time government, the ruling Awami League on Wednesday said that the next general election will be held under Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina's leadership in line with the Constitution.

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Awami League leaders and activists at peace rally in front of the south gate of Baitul Mukarram National Mosque Mahmud Hossain Opu/Dhaka Tribune

BNP: Step down before it's too late

From its much-hyped rally in Dhaka on Wednesday, the opposition BNP declared march programs for July 18 and 19 to force the government resign and establish a non-partisan administration to oversee the next general election.

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BNP's rally sees the participation of a huge number of leaders and activists of the party Mahmud Hossain Opu/Dhaka Tribune

Journalist Nadim murder: One of Babu's associates Aslam arrested

One of the aides of the sacked UP chairman Mahmudul Alam Babu, the main accused in the murder case of journalist Golam Rabbani Nadim, has been arrested by the Bakshiganj police station in Jamalpur on Wednesday.

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Journalist Golam Rabbani Nadim Collected

10 universities that changed their names

The recent decision by the authorities of Brac University to change its name as a tribute to the late Brac founder Sir Fazle Hasan Abed has sparked extensive discussions throughout the country.

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File Photo of BRAC University Dhaka Tribune

MSF calls for urgent response to scabies outbreak in Rohingya camps

An outbreak of the skin disease scabies is affecting hundreds of thousands of Rohingya living in Cox's Bazar camps, demanding an urgent response, says international medical organization Médecins Sans Frontières/Doctors Without Borders (MSF).

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File photo of a Rohingya camp in Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh Reuters
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