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Kitchen market volatile ahead of Ramzan

Staff Reporter :The meat, sugar, gram, garlic, edible oil, spice, date and fruits have become pricier ahead of the holy month Ramzan despite adequate supply.Traders attributed the price hike

600 Inspectors to work nationwide during Ramzan

UNB, Dhaka :Some 600 field-level sanitary inspectors will work across the country to ensure food safety for all during the holy month of Ramzan."The inspectors will visit different markets,

Agrani Bank recruitment exam cancelled

Staff Reporter :The authorities of Agrani Bank on Tuesday cancelled the Friday morning session's examination taken for the appointment at senior positions of the bank on charge of question

No intention to involve in BD's domestic politics: Shringla

UNB, Dhaka :India has reiterated that they have no intention to get involved in Bangladesh's domestic politics as they are focusing on broadening relations in a 'sustained' way through

Raintree Hotel MD fails to satisfy CIID

Raintree Hotel MD fails to satisfy CIID

Staff Reporter :The Managing Director of the Raintree Hotel Shah Md Adnan Harun did not give the satisfactory reply during the quiz by the officials of Customs Intelligence and

Sir Roger Moore no more

Sir Roger Moore no more

BBC Online :Actor Sir Roger Moore, best known for playing James Bond, has died aged 89, his family has announced.He played the famous spy in seven Bond films including

Anti-formalin drive to continue : Amu

Staff Reporter :Mobile courts will run in cities, all districts and some upazilas everyday to keep the markets almost formalin-free ahead of Ramzan.Bangladesh Standards and Testing Institution (BSTI) has

IGP talks tough against extortion by cops

UNB, Dhaka :Issuing a note of warning, Inspector General of Police (IGP) AKM Shahidul Hoque on Tuesday said action will be taken if any allegation of extortion is found

Trump-Russia inquiry 'well-founded'

BBC Online :Former CIA Director John Brennan has said an investigation into possible collusion between Trump campaign officials and the Kremlin is "well-founded".He told the House Intelligence Committee he

Plot to keep sugar price volatile

Badrul Ahsan :A strong syndicate of millers and the whole sellers are active to increase prices of sugar ahead of Ramzan, traders claimed.They also claimed that the wholesalers have

Nat'l Demo Day being observed

Staff Reporter :A good number of entrepreneurs presented their innovative projects on Tuesday, the second day of the 4-day programme marking the National Demo Day organized by the ICT

World leaders condemn Manchester concert attack

AFP :World leaders expressed shock and horror on Tuesday after the suicide bombing in Manchester, noerthwest England which killed at least 22 people, including children.Here are some of the

Beef Tk 475, mutton Tk 725 during Ramzan

Staff Reporter :The price of beef was fixed at Tk 475 per kg and that of mutton at Tk 725 for the holy month of Ramadan in Dhaka city.The

Hearing on Zia Trust case now June 1

Court Correspondent :The Special Court-5 of Dhaka yesterday deferred the hearing in the Zia Orphanage Trust graft case filed against BNP Chairperson Begum Khaleda Zia and others. The new

EC to sit with parties from July

Special CorrespondentĀ  :The Election Commission will initiate dialogue with the country's registered political parties over the procedure of next national election from mid-July. The dialogue will continue till November

Road Transport and Bridges Minister Obaidul Quader distributing leaflets while visiting the ongoing mobile court activities against rough driving of vehicles at city's Airport Road on Tuesday.

Road Transport and Bridges Minister Obaidul Quader distributing leaflets while visiting the ongoing mobile court activities against rough driving of vehicles at city's Airport Road on Tuesday.

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Pro-AL 'Blue Panel' sweeps DU Senate polls

UNB, Dhaka :Pro-Awami League teachers 'Blue Panel' swept the Dhaka University senate election on Monday.The 'Blue Panel' teachers won 33 senate members posts out of 35, while the pro-Bangladesh

Indian woman sets new Everest dual ascent record

Indian woman sets new Everest dual ascent record

BBC Online :An Indian has climbed Mount Everest twice in under a week in what may be a new woman's record for the fastest double ascent. Anshu Jamsenpa, a

3 of a family killed in Gazipur road crash

UNB, Gazipur :Three members of a family, including two children, were killed and another was injured in a road accident in Boarghor area on Dhaka-Tangail highway of Kaliakoir upazila

8 Central Hospital doctors get bail

UNB, Dhaka :A court here on Monday granted bail to eight physicians of Central Hospital in a case filed over the death of a female student of Dhaka University

Effective ground water management stressed

UNB, Dhaka :Water experts at a workshop here on Monday stressed the need for effective management of groundwater, particularly in irrigation, so that the country's growing farm outputs are

Erase Tridiv Roy's name from all infrastructures: HC

UNB, Dhaka :The High Court on Monday asked the authorities concerned to erase the name of war criminal Tridiv Roy, father of Chakma Circle Raja Debashish Roy, from all

 He has new reasons to hope for M-E peace

He has new reasons to hope for M-E peace

Reuters, Jerusalem :US President Donald Trump said in Israel on Monday he came away from a weekend visit to Saudi Arabia with new reasons for hope that peace and

SC to pass order on May 28

Court Correspondent :The Appellate Division of the Supreme Court fixed 28 May for giving an order on a leave-to-appeal filed by BNP Chairperson Begum Khaleda Zia challenging a High

Farmers should get cash incentives

UNB, Dhaka :Speakers at a seminar here on Sunday urged the government to provide farmers with cash incentives as their margins remain low due to high production costs in

HC halts Janata Bank job test results after question leaks

Court Correspondent :The High Court (HC) Division of the Supreme Court on Monday frozen the results of a written test for the recruitment of 834 senior officers at Janata

BNP asks EC not to use EVMs in elections

UNB, Dhaka :BNP on Monday submitted a letter to the Election Commission (EC) urging it not to use Electronic Voting Machines (EVMs) in parliamentary elections.A three-member BNP delegation, led

7 to die for murder in Narsingdi

UNB, Narsingdi :A court here on Monday sentenced seven people, including four members of a family, to death for killing a man in Polash upazila here in 2009.The convicts-Alek

Find solution to refugee crisis

UNB, Riyadh :Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has urged world leaders to take a strong stance for finding a solution to global refugee crisis that contributes to the rise in

Illegal structures on both sides of the road at Sher-e-Bangla Nagar was bulldozed as part of the regular eviction drive by the Dhaka North City Corporation on Monday.

Illegal structures on both sides of the road at Sher-e-Bangla Nagar was bulldozed as part of the regular eviction drive by the Dhaka North City Corporation on Monday.

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