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No wrongdoers will be spared, says KamalHome Minister Asaduz-zaman Khan on Monday said those who are involved in the crime will be brought to book irrespective of their identities."If anyone commits a crime, he/she will be brought under law, no matter who the person is," he told journalists at his Dhanmondi residence when they sought his comment on the attack on ...
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Irfan Salim, bodyguard jailed for a year for illegally possessing liquor, walkie-talkiesA mobile court on Monday sentenced Irfan Salim, a ward councillor and son of lawmaker Haji Salim, and his bodyguard Mohammad Zahid to one year imprisonment for illegally possessing alcohol and walkie-talkies.Earlier on the day, the Rapid Action Battalion (RAB) arrested Irfan Salim, also son-in-law of ruling party lawmaker Ekramul Karim Chowdhury of Noakhali-4 constituency, ...
15 die, 1,436 infected in 24 hours
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Covid-19 cases cross 4 lakh mark in the countryWith the detection of 1,436 coronavirus cases in the last 24 hours until 8:00 am on Monday, the number of infections in the country has crossed 4 lakh mark, said a press release of the Directorate General of Health Services (DGHS).The total number of people infected with Covid-19 reached 400,251 as of Monday, added the ...
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No MRPs from NovThe Department of Immigration and Passport (DIP) will stop issuing Machine Readable Passports (MRPs) from November this year.The DIP is encouraging its 69 offices across the country to issue e-passports for the country's people.The e-passports will be issued for those who intend to obtain new passports and get their passports renewed.When contacted, Project Director of ...
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Internet to remain slower for five daysInternet connectivity will remain slower than regular speed for the next five days as international internet gateway (IIG) operators connected to Singapore will go through emergency maintenance from Monday midnight. Bangladesh is connected to the South East Asia-Middle East-West Europe 4 (SMW4) submarine cable connecting Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, Bangladesh, India and eleven other countries.Internet Service ...
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Police help two sisters enter their father’s Gulshan houseIn a span of two hours of a High Court (HC) order, the Gulshan Police Station Officer-in-Charge on Monday night arranged for the two sisters' entry to their father's house.Mohhammad Saifur Rahman, Special Officer of the HC Division, confirmed the matter to the Daily Observer.Earlier on the day The High Court (HC) ordered the Officer-in-Charge ...
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RMG worker ‘raped’ in SavarA garment worker was allegedly violated by an unidentified man in Dakhshinpara area of Savar on Sunday night.The victim filed a complaint with Savar Model Police Station at night.AFM Sayed, officer-in-charge of Savar Model Police Station, said that when the female worker was returning from her workplace, the man forcibly took her to an abandoned ...
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Lower court’s annual holidays reduced to 15 days this yearThe Supreme Court has decided to reduce annual holidays for the lower court (Civil) to15 days instead of 30 days for this year.Usually, the civil court enjoys 30-day annual holidays from December 1 to 30 in every calendar year.The Supreme Court administration announced the decision through a circular, signed by Registrar General Ali Akbar, and ...
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Bijaya Dashami todayBijaya Dashami, the concluding day of the five-day Sarodia Durga Puja, the biggest religious festival of the Hindu community, is being celebrated in the country today.With solemn immersion of Goddess Durga, the puja will come to an end today in the capital as elsewhere across the country.Durga Puja started on Thursday (October 22) through Chandipath, ...
Preventive measures stressed to contain second wave of Covid-19
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‘No face mask, no service,’ PM asks officials to ensurePrime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Monday asked the authorities concerned to ensure mandatory use of face masks and following the health guidelines to contain second wave of deadly Covid-19 transmission."The authorities must ensure use of face masks and following health guidelines to contain second wave of deadly Covid-19 transmission. All government and private offices must ...
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