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Mohammad Shalah Uddin
Sub-Editor cum Reporter
He is working for the Daily Observer as Sub-Editor cum Reporter.
His e-mail contact is [email protected],
Previously worked at English news portal The Finance Today.



Edited by Mohammad Shalah Uddin
Trial for war crimes to continue even if Jamaat seeks mercy: Quader
Road, Transport and Bridges Minister Obaidul Quader on Saturday said the trial for war crimes would not stop even if Jamaat-e-Islami seeks apology for its crimes against humanity during the Liberation War in 1971.The minister made the disclosure while talking to reporters at the political office of Awami League at Dhanmondi in Dhaka, reports UNB. ...
By Mohammad Shalah Uddin
Stocks end week with slight gains  Dhaka Stock Exchange (DSE) witnessed slightly higher on the last trading day of the week on Thursday.The DSEX in the country's main bourse stood at 5,750 points increasing 1 point.The DSE Shariah Index (DSES) reached 1,311 points rising 12 points.The DS30 index decreasing 4 points to stand at 1,999 points.On the premier bourse, turnover, an ...
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Constitution violated thru' depriving people in polls: Dr Kamal Jatiya Oikyafront Convener Dr Kamal Hossain on Tuesday claimed that the constitution was violated through 'depriving' the country's 16 crore people of their rights in the December-30 election, adding that people will not accept it in any way.While speaking at a commemorative meeting on Rashid Suhrawardy, son of former Prime Minister of erstwhile Pakistan Huseyn ...
By Mohammad Shalah Uddin
Stocks continue downturnDhaka Stock Exchange (DSE) witnessed downward trend for three consecutive day on the 2nd trading day of the week on Tuesday.The DSEX in the country's main bourse stood at 5,731 points decreasing 2 points.The DSE Shariah Index (DSES) reached 1,309 points declining 2 points.The DS30 index decreasing 3 points to stand at 1,999 points.On the ...
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ACC seizes govt car from ex-PDB employeeThe Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) on Monday recovered a government car from a former third class employee of the Power Development Board (PDB).An ACC team conducted a drive in Dhaka's Motijheel area and recovered the Mitsubishi Pajero car from the PDB employee, Md Alauddin Mia, who had been illegally using the government car for a decade,  The ...
By Mohammad Shalah Uddin
Stocks witness downturnDhaka Stock Exchange (DSE) witnessed downward trend on the 2nd trading day of the week on Monday.The DSEX in the country's main bourse stood at 5,733 points decreasing 29 points.The DSE Shariah Index (DSES) reached 1,311 points declining 8 points.The DS30 index decreasing 11 points to stand at 2,003 points.On the premier bourse, turnover, an ...
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Kolkata Police chief quizzed for 2nd dayThe Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) interrogated Kolkata Police Commissioner Rajeev Kumar for a second day in Shillong, capital of the Indian state of Meghalaya, on Sunday in connection with the chit fund scams.On Saturday, the CBI quizzed Kumar for eight hours for "withholding and tampering important documents" in the scams, reports India based news ...
By Mohammad Shalah Uddin
Bourses start week with downward trend
Dhaka Stock Exchange (DSE) started the trading week with downward trend on Sunday.The DSEX in the country's main bourse stood at 5,763 points decreasing 48 points.The DSE Shariah Index (DSES) reached 1,320 points declining 3 points.The DS30 index decreasing 1 point to stand at 2,024 points.On the premier bourse, turnover, an important indicator of the ...
By Mohammad Shalah Uddin
Provati Insurance tops gainer list at DSEProvati Insurance Company Ltd has topped the list of ten gainers at Dhaka Stock Exchange (DSE) in the outgoing week with a rise of its share prices by 54.51 percent, sources in DSE said.The gainer company witnessed daily transaction of shares worth Tk 12.73 crore on an average while Tk 63.68 crore in the week.Asia ...
By Mohammad Shalah Uddin
Bourses end week up Dhaka Stock Exchange (DSE) ended the trading week with upward trend on Thursday.The DSEX in the country's main bourse stood at 5,811 points increasing 25 points.The DSE Shariah Index (DSES) reached 1,323 points rising 11 points.The DS30 index increasing 3 points to stand at 2,026 points.On the premier bourse, turnover, an important indicator of the ...
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