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Classes of first batch of PhD course begin at BSMMU

Sheikh Hasina calls for appropriate response to anti-national propaganda

PM reaches Washington DC from New York

Would have used EVM in 300 seats if I could: EC Alamgir

Contractor GK Shamim, 7 others get life sentence in arms case

Classes of first batch of PhD course begin at BSMMU

Own Correspondent, Dhaka, Sept 26: Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujib Medical University (BSMMU) has started classes for the first batch of Ph.D. courses.

Sheikh Hasina calls for appropriate response to anti-national propaganda

Own Correspondent, Dhaka, Sept 26: Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has called upon the Bangladeshi diaspora to give a befitting reply to the propaganda against the government and Bangladesh.

Would have used EVM in 300 seats if I could: EC Alamgir

Own Correspondent, Dhaka, Sept 26: Mentioning that Electronic Voting Machine (EVM) is being used for peaceful elections, Election Commissioner (EC) Md. Alamgir said, "I would have used EVMs in 300 seats if I could. Don't have money (to buy EVMs). And I can't complete the training (of using EVM). If I came to the post two years ago, I would have conducted the elections in EVMs in 300 seats."

Contractor GK Shamim, 7 others get life sentence in arms case

Own Correspondent, Dhaka, Sept 26: The court sentenced contractor GK Shamim and his seven bodyguards to life imprisonment in the arms case.

32 killed after boat capsizes on Karatoya river in Panchagarh

Own Correspondent, Dhaka, Sept 26: At least 32 people were killed after a boat carrying devotees to a temple capsized in the Karatoya river of Boda Upazila of Panchagarh.

Harijan community demands job stabilization and salary hike

Own Correspondent, Dhaka, Sept 25: The Bangladesh Harijan Oikya Parishad has demanded seven points, including job permanency and salary increase ,for Harijan community cleaners working in the city corporation or municipality.

Urdu speakers will not be evicted without resettlement

Own Correspondent, Dhaka, Sept 24: The current government has provided shelter to 3 million families who were homeless and landless. Urdu speakers living on railway's land will not be evicted without resettlement. Remember that there is Sheikh Hasina in the country, no one will be homeless in her presence.

Quader calls out BNP's dirty politics

Dhaka, September 24: General Secretary of Awami League and Minister of Road Transport and Bridges Obaidul Quader said that BNP has indulged in the evil game of gathering the movement by dumping dead bodies. He said this while addressing the chief guest at the tri-annual conference of Gaibandha District Awami League on Saturday (September 24).

Covid: Four deaths, 350 new cases on Saturday across Bangladesh

Dhaka, September 24: Four people died across the country in 24 hours from Friday 8 am to Saturday 8 am due to coronavirus. With this, the number of deaths in the country has increased to 29,351 people. At the same time, 350 new patients were identified. Since the beginning of the pandemic, the caseload in Bangladesh has increased to 20,21,118.

Goddess Durga to be worshipped in more than 32,000 marquees across Bangladesh

Dhaka, September 24: Due to the coronavirus pandemic, Durga Puja was limited to basic rituals for the last two years. But this time that limitation has been lifted. Goddess Durga and her children will be worshipped in 32 thousand 168 marquees across the country. The count exceeds by 50 than last year.

Dengue claims two more lives, 125 hospitalized in one day

Own Correspondent, Dhaka, Sept 24: One hundred twenty-five Dengue patients were admitted to hospitals from 8 am on Thursday to 8 am on Friday. With this, the number of patients admitted to the hospital reached 1,514. At the same time, two deaths due to dengue were reported.

It is important to continue vaccination against coronavirus: Foreign Minister at the United Nations

Dhaka, September 24: Highlighting Bangladesh's extraordinary success in managing Covid under the leadership of Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina, Foreign Minister Dr AK Abdul Momen said the war against coronavirus is not over yet and it is important to continue the immunization program.

DNCC wants to give responsibility of birth registration to Councillors

Own Correspondent, Dhaka, Sept 24: Dhaka North City Corporation (DNCC) has taken an initiative to reduce citizen suffering in birth registration.

Stop Arms Race-War-Sanctions: PM at General Assembly

Own Correspondent, Dhaka, Sept 24: Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has called on the world community to stop the arms race, war, and sanctions to build a peaceful world with utmost importance on dialogue to resolve ongoing crises and disputes.

Bangladesh's 17% area could be underwater by 2050

Own Correspondent, Dhaka, Sept 24: Environmentalists have demanded compensation for the most damaging countries from global leaders in a global climate strike. They also claim that world leaders will listen to the affected countries through this compensation.