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Rial Uddin
Correspondant / Sub-editor
Rial Uddin, working with the Daily Observer as Reporter/ Sub-editor since June 2017. Before joining the Daily Observer, he worked with Daily Amader Orthoneeti from November 2015, www.newsnextbd.com from February 2014 and with Real Time News Network from January 2013. He is also a Travel-writer and video-gruffer.
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Protest in front of WASA Bhaban
By Rial Uddin
WASA director refuses to drink 'sharbat' made-by 'drinkable water'Although Water Supply and Sewerage Authority (WASA) managing director Taqsem Khan claimed the supply water 100 percent drinkable, its director engineer AKM Shahid Uddin refused to drink sharbat made by the water.Residents of Jurain area in the capital brought supply water-made sharbat for the WASA MD. As Taqsem Khan was absent in his office, the ...
By Rial Uddin
Students of 7 DU affiliated colleges block road in city Students of the seven Dhaka University (DU) affiliated colleges on Tuesday morning blocked Nilkhet intersection to press home their demands.Around 250-300 students gathered at Nilkhet intersection around 10am and formed a human chain, witnesses said.But they later blocked the road that halted vehicular movement, leading to a massive gridlock in the area.Agitating students were seen ...
By Rial Uddin
Rabbani demands entry-age for govt jobs to 35Newly elected Dhaka University Central Student's Union (DUCSU) general secretary (GS) Golam Rabbani has reiterated his solidarity with the students’ demand for increasing age limit for government jobs to 35.Rabbani, also the central BCL general secretary, expressed his solidarity through a post on his verified facebook page on Sunday.In his facebook status, the student politico ...
By Rial Uddin
Protest for MPO enlistment: Minister seeks two months Education Minister Dr Dipu Moni on Sunday sought two months to fulfill the demand for Monthly Payment Order (MPO) enlistment of the teachers and employees of non-MPO educational institutions. The minister went at the National Press Club where protestors are agitating at 3.25 pm. The teachers and employees chanted slogan at that time and welcomed ...
Road safety activist dies
By Rial Uddin
Keys of 'Suprovat' to be seized if found on roadStudents of Bangladesh University of Professionals (BUP) have threatened to seize the keys of 'Suprovat Paribahan' buses if found plying on roads.Despite route permit of 'Suprovat Paribahan' has been revoked following the death of a varsity student, buses of that company were seen plying on the road at night.Mayor Atiqul Islam and DMP commissioner Asaduzzaman ...
By Rial Uddin
Cause of Dr Razan's death could not be confirmed yetAfter the autopsy of the body, the cause of death of doctor Razan Karmaker, son-in-law of Food Minister Sadhan Chandra Mazumder, could not confirmed initially.Chief of Forensic Department of Suhrawardy Medical College Hospital Professor Selim Reza said this on Monday morning after the autopsy.  The heart and other forensic samples have been collected. The samples ...
By Rial Uddin
Ban on motorcycle movement from Tuesday midnightThe Election Commission (EC) has issued a ban on running motorcycles from 26 February 12am to 1st March 12am in Dhaka North City Corporation (DNCC) areas for the DNCC election on February 28.This ban has also been issued for Amtali Municipality of Barguna District and Kaligonj Municipality of Jhenaidah District areas. By-elections will be held ...
By Rial Uddin
Workers hold rally, demand arrears  
Workers and employees of Minar Industries Ltd on Sunday demanded the authorities to pay  their arrears salaries and allowances.The demand came from a rally of Bangladesh Sanjukta Garments Sramik Federation held  in front of the National Press Club at about 10am.Speakers at the rally said they found the factory closed when went to join their ...
Rial Uddin
Neither passengers stand nor buses stop at stoppagesNewly-built passenger shelters could not bring traffic discipline at the bus stoppages in the capital city because of law-defiance of bus drivers' and callousness of passengers.A total of 130 passenger shelters were built at the initiative of the Prime Minister's Office after the recent movement of students demanding safe roads. Of them, 70 passenger shades ...
By Rial Uddin
Additional class teachers' sit-in enters 2nd dayThe sit-in programme of the additional class teachers (ACT) entered the second straight day on Monday.The sit-in started at 10.00 am in front of the city's National Press Club.Bangladesh Additional Class Teachers Association (BACT) began the sit-in on Sunday for an indefinite period demanding their job regularization. Leaders of the association have threatened to continue ...
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