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Lubna Yasmin
Joint News Editor
Lubna Yasmin, working with the Daily Observer as Joint News Editor in its online service since March 2014. Before joining the Daily Observer, worked with online news portal banglanews24.com from March 2010 to December 2011, and with United News of Bangladesh (UNB) from August 1996 to February 2010. Worked in a weekly "Dhakar Chithi" as a reporter in 1992. Traveling, reading books and watching movies are her hobbies.
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Body formed to remove illegal vehicles from city streets: QuaderA committee has been formed to identify and remove illegal vehicles from the streets of Dhaka, said Road, Transport and Bridges Minister Obaidul Quader on Wednesday.He said the committee, led by DSCC mayor Sayeed Khokon, was given two months' time to resolve the problem saying, "The committee will detect the small vehicles which run on ...
DIG Mizan braces for action, he says
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Sohel Taj's nephew to be traced: Home Minister   Home Minister Asaduzzaman Khan on Tuesday said that police are working to trace the nephew of former State Minister for Home Tanjim Ahmed Sohel Taj.Saying that Sohel Taj called him to this end, he also said, ""A general diary was lodged in this regard. I asked the law enforcement agencies to look into it," reports ...
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Govt to create 3 crore jobs by 2030 : Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Friday said her government targets to create 3 crore jobs in the country by 2030.The Prime Minister said this while briefing the media about the national budget unveiled on Thursday for the 2019-2020 fiscal year.She also said that her government has planned to take the country's GDP growth to 10 ...
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It's tough to arrest someone when flees: QuaderGiving assurance that former Sonagazi OC Moazzem Hossain will be arrested soon, Road Transport and Bridges Minister Obaidul Quader on Monday said it is difficult to arrest someone when the person goes into hiding."It's difficult to arrest someone when he or she goes into hiding, but there's no lack of effort (from the government) to ...
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17 killed in Dubai tourist bus crashAt least 17 people were killed when a tourist bus met with an accident in Dubai on Thursday.Khaleej Times reports that 17 people died and five others were critically injured when a bus full of holiday makers returning from Oman after the Eid holidays met with an accident near Rashidiya exit on Sheikh Mohammed bin ...
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3 Rohingyas killed in Teknaf 'gunfight' Three Rohingya people were killed in reported shootout with police during a drive to rescue an abducted child in Teknaf Upazila of Cox’s Bazar early Friday.The incident took place on the hills behind the Leda Rohingya Camp in the upazila’s Hnila Union, said Teknaf Police OC Pradeep Kumar Saha, reports bdnews24.com.The dead were identified as ...
Latest anti-immigration measure
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Trump announces tariffs on all Mexico goodsIn a bid to curb illegal immigration, US President Donald Trump has announced tariffs on all goods coming from Mexico.In a tweet, Mr Trump said that from 10 June a 5% tariff would be imposed and would slowly rise "until the Illegal Immigration problem is remedied".President Trump has declared a national emergency to tackle what ...
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4 underage BD girls rescued from Dubai nightclubFour underage Bangladeshi girls forced into prostitution have been rescued from a nightclub in Dubai.The victims aged between 16 and 17 were brought into the country last year to work as dancers and prostitutes at a nightclub in Al Muraqabbat, reports Gulf News.In March of this year, police were alerted to a teenager working as ...
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FBCCI delegation off to Japan A 51-member business delegation, led by Federation of Bangladesh Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FBCCI) president Sheikh Fazle Fahim, left Dhaka for Tokyo in Japan on Tuesday to expand bilateral trade between the two countries.The business leaders will extend their efforts for bilateral trade development and seek more Japanese investments in the country during a ...
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British PM Theresa May to resign British Prime Minister Theresa May on Friday announced to resign.May said she will quit as Conservative leader on 7 June, paving the way for a contest to decide a new prime minister, reports BBC.In an emotional statement in Downing St, she said she had "done my best" to honour the 2016 EU referendum result.It would ...
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