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Writ seeks ban on sending female workers abroad A writ petition has been filed with the High Court seeking its directives to stop sending female workers to five Middle Eastern countries--Saudi Arab, Iran, Jordan, Lebanon and Syria-- without any proper legal agreement.Advocate Zaman Akther Bulbul filed the writ with the HC on Monday.The HC bench of Justice FRM Nazmul Ahsan and Justice KM ...
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Actor Shakib Khan fined Tk 10 lakhRajdhani Unnayan Kartripakkha (Rajuk) has fined film actor Shakib Khan Tk 10 lakh for violating the approved design of his under-construction building in city's Niketan area.A Rajuk mobile court, led by executive magistrate Ashraf Hossain, fined Shakib Khan during a drive on Monday.bdnews24.com adds: Shakib’s brother-in-law and a caretaker were present on the site during ...
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'Bulbul' causes onion price hike; Action against 2,500Commerce Secretary Zafar Uddin has said cyclonic storm Bulbul left an impact on country's onion market that caused the price hike of the essential cooking item.He also said that legal action has been taken against at least 2,500 dishonest traders. The Commerce secretary came up with the information at a press briefing at the conference ...
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Mother, son strangled in KushtiaA woman and her son have been strangulated to death by unknown miscreants in Daulatpur upazila in Kushtia.The deceased were identified as Sanwara Khatun, 49, and her son Raj, 9, residents of Sonaikandi village under Rifayetpur union in the upazila.Rifayetpur Union Parishad chairman Zamirul Islam Babu said unidentified miscreants strangled  the mother and her son ...
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Verdict in Holey Artisan Cafe attack case Nov 27Dhaka Anti-Terrorism Special Tribunal has set November 27 to deliver its verdict in the sensational Holey Artisan Cafe attack case.Judge Mobijur Rahman on Sunday fixed the date after completing the argument of both prosecution and defence.A total of 113 out of 211 witnesses have testified in the case before the tribunal.Twenty innocent people, most of ...
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Toys in chips packet: HC issues rule The High Court on Sunday issued a rule asking as to why children food production companies should not be directed to stop putting toys inside the packet of chips.Responding to a writ petition, an HC bench of Justice Enayetur Rahim and Justice M Mostafizur Rahman issued the rule.The court also asked the the Bangladesh Standards ...
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2 probe bodies formed over Ctg explosionTwo committees have been formed to probe the gas pipeline explosion at a building in Chattogram city that left seven people dead.Chattogram district administration has formed a five-member committee  with ADM AZM Shariful Islam in its chief.The committee members are: the OC Kotwali and a representative each from Fire Service and Civil Defence, Karnaphuli Gas ...
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6 'Ansar Al Islam' men arrested in Dhaka, Satkhira  Members of Rapid Action Battalion (RAB), in separate drives, have arrested six members of banned militant outfit 'Ansar Al Islam' in Dhaka and Satkhira. A team of RAB-4 nabbed the six from capital’s Uttara area and Satkhira’s Shyamnagar Police Station area on Friday night.Assistant director of media and legal wing of RAB ASP Mizanur Rahman ...
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At last Sumi returns homeAt last, Bangladeshi housemaid in Saudi Arabia Sumi Akter, whose appealing video following alleged torture went viral on social media, returned home on Friday morning.A flight of Air Arabia, carrying Sumi and 91 other Bangladeshi female workers, landed at Hazrat Shahjalal International Airport in Dhaka around 7:15 am.Wage Earners' Welfare Board Director M Jahirul Islam ...
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BUET students put 3 conditions to return to classBangladesh University of Engineering and Technology (BUET) students, who had gone to extensive protests in mid October over the death of fellow student Abrar Fahad, on Thursday announced that they would not go back to the classes until their three conditions are met. Since the Fahad murder, academic activities of the university remained closed.Aniruddha Ganguli, ...
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