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Tech fair begins at SUST

A two-day technology fair titled ‘IPvision CSE Carnival 2015’ was started on Shahjalal University of Science and Technology (SUST) campus on Friday morning. Computer Science and Engineering (CSE) Department of the university arranged the function for the 5th time at MA Wazed Miah ICT Building. Former Vice Chancellor of the university Professor Saleh Uddin along with writer Prof Muhammed Zafar ...

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Candidates prepare for municipal polls in Sylhet Division

As election to Sixteen  municipalities of Sylhet division is going to be held next month aspirants for the posts of mayor have started campaigning door to door.  The Sixteen municipalities are Jokiganj, Khanaighat, Golapganj in Sylhet District, Chatak, jogonnathpur, Sunamgong sadar, dirai in Sunamgong District, komalgong, Moulobibazar asdar, Sreemongol, kulaura, borolekha in Moulobibazar District and Nobigong, Hobigong sadar, Madubpur in ...

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State minister for ICT inaugurating wifi at Sylhet MC College

State Minister for Information and Communication Technology Junaid Ahmed Palak inaugurating wifi at Sylhet MC College on Saturday noon. He said the social media including Facebook and Viber will be reopened after getting a green signal from the law enforcing agencies. “The social media has been blocked to check misuse and it is temporary,” Palak clarified. “We will lift ban ...

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World appreciates trial of war crimes, CJ Sinha

The chief justice, Surendra Kumar Sinha, has said the trial of war crimes in Bangladesh has been appreciated across the world. He said the chief justice of Russia, one of the superpowers in the world, has personally congratulated him for implementation of the trial of war crimes and expressed his  interest to visit Bangladesh in December to see the trial ...

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Four dead bodies found in Sylhet

Four dead bodies including that of a teenager girl were recovered from different areas of the Sylhet city on Wednesday. The deceased were identified as Kadirul Islam, 45, son of late Makbul Mia, of Muktagacha upazila under Mymansingh district, Kani Rani Poul, 18, daughter of Gopendra Chandra Poul, of Sadar upazila under Sunamgnaj district and other could be identified immediately. ...

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One madrasa teacher arrested for creating panic using name of IS

Detective police have arrested a youth for creating panic by spreading propaganda on the internet using the name of Islamic State (IS) while detained another for issuing death threats to eminent citizens of the country. The arrestees were identified as Abdul Haque, a madrasa teacher of Jakiganj in Sylhet. Monirul Islam, Joint Commissioner of DB, said DB police also arrested ...

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Court records deposition in sensational killing of boy Abu Sayeed

A tribunal in Sylhet recorded on Tuesday deposition of four more prosecution witnesses (PWs), including two magistrates and the investigation officer in the sensational case of killing nine-year schoolboy Abu Sayeed. They are Judicial Magistrates Shahedul Karim and Farhana Yasmin, CID’s Inspector Shamimur Rahman Pir, also the investigation officer and Sub-Inspector Ratan Lal Deb. Judge of the Women and children’s ...

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Schoolgirl commits suicide in Sylhet

A schoolgirl allegedly committed suicide by hanging herself from the ceiling of her room at Jayfarpur village in Osmaninagar upazila on Tuesday. The deceased was identified as Jaheda Begum, 13, daughter of Abdus Sobhan of the village and a class VII student of Gowalabazar High School of the area. Sub-inspector of Osmaninagar police station Anuj Kanti Das said being informed ...

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Sylhet farmers passing busy time collecting Aman paddy

The extreme poor people at different areas in the Sylhet district are passing busy time collecting paddy from ratholes during the Aman harvest period to provide support to their impoverished family. According to sources a good number of ultra-poor people are engaged in recovering the foodgrains which   have been stored by rats in their holes. Some poor   people said every ...

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Bangladesh refutes claims of unfairness against ICT-BD verdicts

Bangladesh has refuted the claims of UN Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights that there are doubts encircling the ICT-BD trials. The Office also called for abolishing death penalty. In its response to the Press Breifing notes of the Office, Bangladesh expressed that it is highly disturbed by the conclusion made in the Press Briefing Note with regard ...

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