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Two held with Yaba in ChattogramCHATTOGRAM, Jun 17: Police arrested a man and his son-in-law along with 1,965 Yaba pills from separate places in the city on Sunday night.The arrestees are Yusuf Jalal, 50 and Md Abdur Rahim Raju, 30.Md Mohsin, Kotowali Police Station Officer-in-Charge said, police in a drive at 9 pm arrested Yusuf along with 1,965 Yaba pills ...
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‘Progress will be meaningless, if benefits of our budget do not reach mass people’Zaker Party's Senior Vice-Chairman Dr Saim Amir Faisal has said, "I would like to acknowledge the proposed national budget. This budget will give more incentives to the production of local goods; but to bring about a qualitative materialization of this budget - the prevailing anomalies in the banking sector must be remedied. Apparently, there is ...
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Probe body finds Biman pilot travelled Qatar sans passport by mistakeThe six-member probe committee formed by the Cabinet Division led by its Additional Secretary Nasima Begum claimed that Biman Bangladesh Airlines pilot Fazal Mahmud Chowdhury travelled Qatar on June 5 this year to carry the Prime Minister without passport 'by mistake'.The probe body on Sunday submitted its report to the Cabinet Secretary with the findings, ...
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MFS users to pay for checking balanceClients of mobile financial services (MFS) have to pay Tk 0.40 to their respective mobile operators every time they check their balance from their cellphones, according to a directive of Bangladesh Telecommunication Regulatory Commission (BTRC) issued on Monday.As per the new directive, mobile operators will get Tk 0.85 for each transaction.
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IF DG skips office after getting show-cause noticeIslamic Foundation Director General Samim Mohammad Afzal has not been attending his office since last week after receiving a show-cause letter from the Religious Affairs Ministry. He seems to be trying to skip answering the letter. He has been serving the office for around 10 years on a contractual job. He hasn't yet replied the ...
BSMMU Recruitment Exam
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Protesters demand probe bodyPhysician and doctors of Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujib Medical University (BSMMU) on Sunday demanded that the authorities form a probe committee to investigate irregularities in recruitment process.They also distributed leaflets among doctors of employees of the BSMMU.If Vice-Chancellor of BSMMU Prof Kanak Kanti Barua, vice-chancellor of BSMMU arranges any viva for recruitment they will demand his ...
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136 promoted to joint secyA total of 136 deputy secretaries have been promoted to joint secretary rank, says a Public Administration Ministry order on Sunday.According to the PA Ministry officials, only 46 newly promoted joint secretaries were given promotion from Bangladesh Civil Service (BCS) 17th batch.The rest of the newly promoted joint secretaries were left out of promotion during ...
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9th wage board award to be announced soon: QuaderRoad Transport and Bridges Minister Obaidul Quader on Sunday said the government will announce the 9th Wage Board Award for journalists and employees of newspapers and news agencies soon in consultation with Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina.He said this while briefing reporters after a meeting between the Cabinet Committee on the 9th Wage Board and stakeholders ...
BSRF Election
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Tapan elected President, Shamim SecretaryThe Daily Janakantha's Special Correspondent Tapan Bishwas and online news portal bdnews24.com's Senior Correspondent Shamim Ahmed were elected President and General Secretary of Bangladesh Secretariat Reporters' Forum (BSRF) respectively.The election of the forum was held at Jatiya Press Club on Sunday with the participation of 112 voters out of its total 114 voters. A three-member ...
Tk 60cr project to be placed before ECNEC soon
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Govt to revamp airport security The government has finally taken steps to boost security measures of the country's three international airports. To enhance the security measures, some modern equipment including two Explosive Detection Systems (EDS) and six body scanners would be installed in the airports.The Civil Aviation and Tourism Ministry has proposed the government to take up a project for ...
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