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Update : 28 Jul 2023, 09:51 AM

Awami League, BNP headed for power show

Three affiliate organizations of the ruling Awami League and its archrival BNP are all set to hold two mass rallies in the capital this afternoon after “a series of drama over their favourite venues” in the last couple of days. But fear of violence remains, though both parties have committed to peaceful demonstrations against each other.

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Flags of Awami League and BNP Dhaka Tribune

Prof Taher killers executed

The two convicted killers of Rajshahi University Prof S Taher Ahmed have been executed.

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Dr Miah Mohiuddin and Jahangir Alam Collected

Electricity restored on Bhanga Expressway after 51 days

After an interval of 51 days, Bhanga Expressway regained its electricity connection on Thursday evening.

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RAB intensifies patrols ahead of Awami League, BNP rallies in Dhaka

The Rapid Action Battalion (RAB) has increased its patrols and searches on the streets of Dhaka to ensure law and order and prevent crimes, in anticipation of political rallies of the ruling Awami League and the Bangladesh Nationalist Party (BNP) scheduled for Friday.

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UK keen to help Bangladesh handle Dhaka airport 3rd terminal operations

The UK has expressed interest in assisting with the operation and maintenance work of the world-class third terminal of Hazrat Shahjalal International Airport.

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RMG workers to propose a minimum wage that reflects the cost of living

Representatives of the workers of the readymade garment (RMG) industry are likely to propose a minimum wage that is what they consider a living wage.

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File Photo: Garment Workers Return From A Workplace As Factories Reopened After The Government Has Eased The Restrictions Amid Concerns Over The Coronavirus Disease Covid 19 Outbreak In Dhaka Bangladesh May 4 2020 Reuters

Dengue patients overwhelm govt hospitals in Dhaka

As the dengue cases surge, government hospitals in the capital are facing shortage of beds and staff to provide adequate care for patients.

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