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MoU inked to boost Saudi investment in BangladeshA memorandum of understanding (MoU) on public-private partnership (PPP) was signed between the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA) and Bangladesh today aiming to increase Saudi investment in the country. Saudi Investment Minister Khalid Al-Falih and Bangladesh Prime Minister's Private Sector Industry and Investment Adviser Salman F Rahman signed the deal from their respective sides at ...
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10 more accused of Pirganj violence put on two-day remand Ten more accused arsonists among 70 arrested so far in the Pirganj arson attack, vandalism, violence and looting properties case were taken on two-day police remand today. Investigating Officer (IO) of the case and Officer-in-Charge (OC-Investigation) of Pirganj police station Mahbub Rahman produced a seven-day remand plea before a court today against 10 arrested accused ...
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Hasan opens 'Bangabandhu Sangbad Kendra' at Press Club KolkataInformation and Broadcasting Minister Dr Hasan Mahmud on Thursday expressed gratitude to people of India and its government for extending all-out cooperation in Bangladesh's 1971 War of Liberation."I want to express my deep gratitude to the people of India, the then Indian government and whole state for their support and cooperation in Bangladesh's Liberation War...It ...
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Ailing Raushan to be taken abroad if doctors suggest: GM QuaderJatiya Party Chairman GM Quader on Thursday said they are waiting for the opinions of doctors to send ailing Leader of the Opposition in Parliament Raushan Ershad abroad."Begum Raushan Ershad has long been undergoing treatment at Dhaka CMH. Her blood pressure and heartbeat are good, but she’s not in good shape," he said, reports UNB.Quoting ...
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PDB inks deal with UCPL to set up power plant in AnwaraBangladesh Power Development Board (PDB) on Thursday signed a power purchase agreement with United Chattogram Power Limited (UCPL) to set up a 590 MW gas-based combined cycle power plant in Anwara, Chattagram.As per the contract, the UCPL, a subsidiary of United Group, has the option to operate through natural gas, if available, or through imported ...
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Be careful about Coronavirus during winter, says PM, thanks BABPrime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Thursday urged all to maintain health protocols like wearing masks to check the recharge of Coronavirus in the upcoming winter as the virus hits many countries of the world at this time."I urge all to remain careful so that Coronavirus cannot re-surge in any way. You'll have to wear face-masks ...
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Asalanka rebuilds for Sri LankaKusal Perera and Charith Asalanka dominated the Australian bowling attack after the early wicket of Pathum Nissanka as they raced past the 50-run mark inside the powerplay. Earlier, Australian captain Aaron Finch won the toss and decided to bowl vs Sri Lanka in a Super 12 game in the T20 World Cup 2021 at the ...
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India arrests Muslims for celebrating Pakistani cricket team's winIndian police have arrested four Muslims for allegedly celebrating the victory of Pakistan cricket team over adversary India at the T20 World Cup. The arrestees, including three students and a teacher, originally from the Indian-administered Kashmir, were reportedly shouting 'anti-India and pro-Pakistan' slogans during the Sunday match as Pakistan beat India by 10 wickets, reports ...
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Kim asks people to eat less till 2025 North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has reportedly asked people to consume less amid food crisis that is expected to last till 2025. Kim blamed a ''series of deviations'' for the shortage of food supplies and said, ''The people's food situation is now getting tense as the agricultural sector failed to fulfill its grain production ...
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Taiwan president confirms US troops training soldiers on islandA small number of US forces are in Taiwan to train with Taiwanese soldiers, President Tsai Ing-wen said in an interview with CNN, confirming the presence of US troops on the self-governing island that China considers its own.Tensions between Taiwan and China, which has not ruled out taking the island by force, have escalated in ...
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