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Saturday, November 25, 2017

RMG workers for exemplary punishment for ignoring safety

| By AA Correspondent
Five readymade garments (RMG) workers' organizations demanded exemplary punishment of those who are responsible for Tazreen Fashions fire tragedy. They made the call yesterday from different demonstrations in front

Photo Story

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A boy is picking up red water lilies on his boat at Mirerbazar in Gazipur. He later would sell those at local market. Sights such as this are
Photo Story

No BCS, no cadre

| By AA Correspondent
BCS General Education Cadres' Committee demonstrated yesterday inclusion of teachers of the newly nationalized colleges under cadre service. Their demands are-stopping inclusion of nationalized college teachers under BCS service

Road diversion for today's procession

| By AA Correspondent
Dhaka Metropolitan Police (DMP) has fixed the route map for today's jubilant procession to celebrate the UNESCO recognition to Bangabandhu's historic 7th March Speech.The procession will be brought

Suhrawardy Udyan gets new look

| By AA Correspondent
A Jubilant rally has been organized at procession at the historic Suhrawardy Udyan to celebrate the UNESCO recognition to Bangabandhu's historic 7th March Speech. Centering the program, the

Int'l conf held at JU

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A day long international conference titled 'Water issues and sustainable development' was held at Jahir Raihan auditorium of Jahangirnagar University yesterday. Bangladesh National Geographical Association (BNGA) organized the conference

DUJA gets new committee

| By News Desk
A nine-member executive committee of Dhaka University Journalists' Association (DUJA) for 2017-2018 session has been announced. Chief Election Commissioner of DUJA-2017 session Borhanul Haq Shamrat, News Editor of News24

Lottery for Monipur School admission held

| By AA Correspondent
Lottery for class one admission in Monipur High School and College held at its main campus in the capital yesterday. Local MP Kamal Ahmed Majumder inaugurated the admission

Certificates for book reading

| By News Desk
Green University Bangladesh (GUB) Language Center (GULC) organized a prize giving ceremony of British Council Book Reading Competition at its campus on Thursday. Kirsty Crawford, Program Director Libraries Unlimited

1st Int'l IML conference begins

| By Sujan Mia
Two-day-long first International IML Conference on Language Teaching and Learning started at Nabab Nawab Ali Chowdhury Senate Bhaban Hall of Dhaka University yesterday. DU VC Prof Dr Akhtaruzzaman inaugurated

BNP doubts signed with Myanmar could be implemented

| By Asian Age Online
BNP secretary general Mirza Fakhrul Islam Alamgir on Friday voiced concern whether the Rohingya repatriation instrument signed with Myanmar will be implemented effectively or
BNP doubts signed with Myanmar could be implemented

Railway’s daily passengers expected to double in 2 years

| By Asian Age Online
If the ongoing development projects are completed within the stipulated time, then the number of daily train passengers will rise to 5 lakh from
Railway’s daily passengers expected to double in 2 years

PM mourns Bari Siddiqui’s death

| By Asian Age Online
Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Friday expressed deep shock at the death of eminent folksinger, lyricist and flautist Bari Siddiqui.
PM mourns Bari Siddiqui’s death

Police ‘shootout’ kills 1 ‘robber’

| By Asian Age Online
A suspected robber has been killed in Dhaka city’s Khilgaon area in what police have described as a gunfight.
Police ‘shootout’ kills 1 ‘robber’

Train hits truck in Gazipur,1 dead

| By Asian Age Online
A train has hit a stationary truck at a level-crossing in Kaliakair upazila, leaving the train’s assistant driver dead and 15 passengers injured.
Train hits truck in Gazipur,1 dead

One killed in Khilgaon police firing

| By Asian Age Online
A man was killed in police firing in the city’s Khilgaon area early Friday. Nagendra
One killed in Khilgaon police firing

Missing situation more grim in US: Hasina

| By Asian Age Online
Amid intense international criticisms of enforced disappearances in Bangladesh, Sheikh Hasina says the situation is more 'grim' in the United States.
Missing situation more grim in US: Hasina

Be well prepared for climate dialogue

| By AA Correspondent
Rights bodies have urged the government to get better prepared for next round of facilitative dialogue due in January 2018 under the initiative of the climate change conference

Pollution spoils Hatirjheel

| By AA Correspondent
Hatirjheel, unlike the stagnant lakes of the metropolis, was designed to channel out the rainwater of the capital. However, human waste and industrial waste are running into the
Pollution spoils Hatirjheel

Animation courses introduced at AIUB

| By News Desk
The American International University-Bangladesh (AIUB) has initiated an animation program to contribute the ever growing need for graphics and animation professionals. The basic courses have the

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