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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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Khaleda must get free as per law: HanifBargaining over the release of BNP Chairperson Begum Khaleda Zia, now in jail on graft charge, would be an bad instance in country’s politics, said Awami League acting general secretary Mahbub-Ul- Alam on Saturday.“Bargaining over Khaleda Zia’s release to be a bad example in politics,” he told a news conference after the party’s secretary-level meeting ...
Nusrat murder
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Link with any illegal deal to be probed by CID
The allegation of illegal financial transactions over the murder of Feni madrasa student Nusrat Jahan Rafi will be investigated by the Criminal Investigation Department (CID).“In the next week, a CID team will visit Sonagazi upazila in Feni district, where the murder took place, to investigate the matter,” CID special superintendent Molla Nazrul Islam told a ...
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Israeli spacecraft crashes before moon landing
Israel's Beresheet, the first privately-funded mission to the moon, has crashed before landing following failure of its main engine.CNN adds : The spacecraft aimed to perform a soft landing on the moon and would have made Israel the fourth country to do so -- and by far the smallest. Only the United States, the former ...
ECNEC okays 7 projects worth Tk 18cr
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PM asks govt officials to remain in job areas with familiesPrime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Tuesday directed the authorities concerned to ensure that the government officials at the field-level remain in their job areas with their families so that they could give utmost concentration in their works.Besides, she also renewed her directive to keep sufficient open space, veranda and ventilation system, fire extinguishing system and ...
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Ex-South Africa female cricketer killed in car crashFormer South Africa all-rounder Elriesa Theunissen-Fourie and her child have been killed in a car crash.The accident occurred in Stilfontein on Friday, reports BBC.The 25-year old cricketer represented the Proteas in three one-day internationals and one Twenty20 international, and was a member of their squad for the 2013 World Cup."This is a dreadful tragedy in ...
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Secretariat buildings out of fire risk: Cabinet SecyCabinet Secretary Mohammad Shafiul Alam said Monday said the buildings at secretariat, constructed by the Public Works Department, face no fire risk."All the buildings inside the Secretariat have necessary circuit breakers," he said, briefing reporters after the day's regular Cabinet meeting.Thirty-nine percent of all the fire incidents reported in Bangladesh last year were sparked by ...
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BNP terms govt a puppet Alleging that bureaucrats are now ruling the country, BNP on Friday termed the Awami League-led government a 'puppet-one'. "We all know who did what in the (December-30) election. Now, the state is being run by bureaucrats. They (govt) are now raising the salaries of public servants, army, police, Rab and those are in civil administration, ...
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Govt wants to bring back Tarique: AnisulLaw, Justice and Parliamentary Affairs Minister Anisul Huq on Wednesday said the government wants to bring back BNP acting chairman Tarique Rahman from London as he was convicted by Bangladeshi courts.“Tarique Rahman has been convicted by Bangladeshi courts. He is a convicted accused. He should be put behind bars, but instead he is living in ...
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India shot down satellite, enters elite club of space power: Modi Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday announced that his country had joined the elite club of space powers by shooting down a low earth orbit satellite with an anti-satellite missile or A-SAT. India is the fourth country to have tested such an anti-satellite weapon after the US, Russia and China, the PM said, addressing ...
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Dr Kamal for unity to attain 'complete freedom'Jatiya Oikya Front convenor Kamal Hossain has said the country people will be able to attain their “complete freedom” when they unite to struggle for their constitutional rights. Those who are ‘depriving the people of their fundamental rights’ are working against constitution, he said during his visit to the National Martyrs’ Memorial at Savar on ...
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