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Holy Shab-e-Qadr today

Soon the situation in Chittagong Hill Tracts will be calm: Obaidul Quader

KNF attack to loot money and show capability: RAB

Kidnapped manager of Sonali Bank returns to his family

Home Minister to visit Bandarban tomorrow to inspect situation

Seven vehicles set on fire in last 24 hours: Fire Service

Dhaka, Dec 12: The fire service said seven vehicles were set on fire in the last 24 hours across the country, including Dhaka. However, no one was injured in these incidents.

212 vehicles set on fire in a month during oppositions' strike-blockade

Dhaka, Nov 28: It is going to be almost a month of the strike-blockade programme called by BNP and like-minded opposition parties. The fire service and civil defence said that miscreants set fire to a total of 212 vehicles including 132 buses across the country from October 28 till 6 am on November 28.

19 vehicles including train torched during 36 hours of blockade

Dhaka, Nov 21: Miscreants set fire to 19 vehicles in 36 hours of the 48-hour blockade called by BNP-Jamaat and like-minded parties. These vehicles were set on fire between 6:00 am on Sunday (November 19) and 6:00 pm on Monday (November 20).

Case registered against 300 people for attacking fire service: Only 28 arrested

Dhaka, May 27: On the morning of April 4 this year, a terrible fire suddenly broke out in Bangabazar Market of the capital. When the fire started to spread one after another to several markets near Banga market, some miscreants suddenly attacked the office of Fire Service and Civil Defence. The firemen who were working with the fire at risk of their lives then became disorientated. The fire service officers and employees came out of the office due to the surprise attack.

Fire Service calls upon market owners and traders to increase fire safety

Dhaka, April 18: Director (Operation and Maintenance) of Fire Service and Civil Defence Directorate Lt. Col. Mohammad Tajul Islam Chowdhury said that businessmen's cooperation is needed to increase fire safety in markets and shopping malls to protect life and property.

There are 9 high-risk, 14 medium-risk and 35 risky buildings in Dhaka: Reports

Dhaka, April 17: Director of Fire Service and Civil Defence Directorate (Operation and Maintenance) Lieutenant Colonel Mohammad Tajul Islam Chowdhury said that there are nine high-risk, 14 medium-risk and 35 risky buildings in the capital, including the New Super Market. This information was obtained by updating 58 buildings in the last two weeks.

Government to set up fire stations in every upazilas

Dhaka, November 19: By 2021, 129 new fire stations will be set up. Through this the number of fire stations will stand at 565. There are also plans to set up 11 more modern model fire stations, Home Minister Asaduzzaman Khan Kamal said.