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Terrorist held with firearms in Sylhet

Police in a drive arrested an alleged terrorist along with a pipe-gun and two rounds of bullet from Doudik village of Jaintapur upazila on Wednesday night, reports UNB. The arrestee was identified as Mohammad Ali, 40, son of Abdur Rahman, a resident of the village. Being tipped off, police conducted a drive at the village around 8pm and arrested Ali ...

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Minor boy electrocuted in Sylhet

A minor boy died from electrocution in Baluchar area of the city on Wednesday night. The deceased was identified as Sumon,3 son of Amir Ali, a resident of Bashir Miah Colony of the area. Family sources said Sumon was electrocuted as he touched a multi-plug unknowingly while playing in the room around 7:30pm. He died on the spot.

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Advance train ticket sale begins in Sylhet

Thousands of ticket-seekers thronged Sylhet Railway Station from early Thursday as advance ticket sale ahead of Eid-ul Fitr has started there. Some are enjoying after getting much-desired tickets to travel sweet home for celebrating Eid-ul Fitr with dear and near ones while some are disappointed getting no ticket. Bangladesh Railway started selling advance tickets for July 13 and will continue ...

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2 killed in Sylhet road crash

Two people were killed in a road crash at Bager Sorak in Tamabil Road area early Wednesday. The deceased were identified as Al- Amin, 18, a businessman and a resident of Purna nogor Village in Goingate Upazila and Shuhel Ahmed, 25, of Titarai Village in Goingate Upazila Sylhet district. Highway police sources said a Vagetable -laden Ven from the Bager ...

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Four dacoits arrested in Sylhet

Companigong Poilce arrested Four alleged dacoits from Sosankula area on Wednesday night. Police recovered different weapons including handcuffs, signal lights, daggers and choppers from them. the Arrested are Abu Musa, Ali Hossain, Shipon Miah, Monir Hossain, On the basis of his information, police arrested A Group of Listed Inter District Dacoits in Sosankula area Companigong Upazila areas and recovered different ...

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Members of United Driving Instructors’ Association meet at an iftar event

United Driving Instructors’ Association organised an event on Wednesday, the 1st of July, to discuss the significance of Ramadan, which followed an iftar mahfil. Driving instructors from all over the UK joined the event at Regents Lake Banqueting Hall in Tower Hamlets. Chairman of United Driving Instructors’ Association Saleh Ahmod presided over the discussion event while the general secretary Siddiqur ...

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Asda’s offers get bigger and better this Ramadan

With an entire month to plan for, many of us are already thinking up our meal ideas for Ramadan this year. Though the practice of the Holy Month involves fasting, sacrifice and worship, we all know so well that it additionally carries the task of preparing a variety of dishes for the next 30 days. Helen Yates, Customer Planning Manager ...

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BIMAN APPROVED AGENTS WELCOME NEW MANAGER

Members of UK Biman Approved Travel Agents’ Association convened meeting on 24th April 2015 at Banglatown, Brick Lane to welcome the incoming Biman UK & Ireland General Manager Mr Mohammed Shafiqul Islam and to bid farewell to the outgoing Country Manager Mr Atique Rahman Chisty. Among member present in the meeting were Chair Sami Sanaullah of Travel Link, Vice Chair ...

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JMG handles 65% Biman’s cargo

Bangla Mirror desk Bengali owned well known cargo company JMG handles 65% of all Biman’s cargo said the newly appointed country manger to the UK Mr Shafiqul Islam. He said JMG has contributed immensely towards the success of Biman’s cargo business and in the near future it may become like world famous DHL. Biman’s country manager Shafiqul Islam was speaking ...

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Tower Hamlets celebrates Pride London

Tower Hamlets Council supported the London Pride festivities this year by funding local LGBT+ charity, Rainbow Hamlets, to run London’s first Pride Bus service with a classic Routemaster. More than 40 volunteers engaged with residents and businesses along the parade route, promoting hate crime reporting, the prevention of domestic violence, smoking cessation and LGBT+ volunteering opportunities in the borough. Mayor ...

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