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Teacher shortage hampers primary education in South Sunamganj

Academic activities of government primary, registered and community schools in the South Sunamganj Upazilla are being hampered seriously due to shortage of teachers. Sources said, at least 91 posts of teachers have been lying vacant in primary schools of the Upazilla. Despite acute shortage of teachers, the government appears to be reluctant to fill up the posts lying vacant for ...

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Jubodal Leader killed in Companigong road crash

A Jubodal Leader was killed as a Motor Cycle ran over him in Batrai area of Companigong upazila early Wednesday. The deceased was identified as Jubair Ahmed Ansar, 38, a resident of Kalairag village of the upazila and a Jubodal Leader of  Companigong upazila. officer-in-charge of Companigong Police Station said an accident took place in the area around 7:30pm when ...

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Youth ‘kills self’ in Sunamganj

A young man allegedly committed suicide by hanging himself from the ceiling of his room at Pondur village in Tahirpur upazila on Wednesday night. The deceased was identified as Komol Sarker, 28, son of Noni Gopal, a resident of the village. Bishwajit Sarker, chairman of Dakhshin Sripur union, said Komol committed suicide by hanging himself with the ceiling of his ...

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GCSE results celebrated in Tower Hamlets

Pupils across Tower Hamlets have celebrated as they received their GCSE results, confirming our reputation as a borough of educational excellence. The provisional result for Tower Hamlets is that 64.7 per cent of GCSE students earned five A* to C grades including English and Maths. There is no national comparator at this stage as it can only be worked out ...

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Afsana Begum Shumi receives five A stars and six A’s

Afsana Begum Shumi  of Ashfield Street in East London has received five A Stars and six As in her GCSE exam this year.  She was born in a respected family in the UK on 10th of November 1998.  She wants to do her A levels on Physics, Chemistry, Biology and Maths.  She wished to study medicine at University and wishes ...

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Bangladeshi man arrested in suspicion of killing

A  Bangladeshi man was under arrest in hospital on Tuesday on suspicion of the murder of an elderly man, believed his family member and the stabbing of three children in their family home in Bethnal Green. Suluk Ahmed, 31, was charged following the incident. He was also charged with two attempted murders in the terraced council house. Ahmed, who appeared ...

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Businesses using illegal immigrant face 48-hour closures

Bangla Mirror desk  :: Powers for 48-hour shutdowns of businesses suspected of employing illegal workers are to be included in a new immigration bill designed to create a “hostile environment” for undocumented migrants in Britain. The new package of measures will also include powers to remove the trading licences of late-night takeaways, pubs and off-licences which fail to comply with ...

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Bangladeshi President in London

President of the Peoples Republic of Bangladesh Md Abdul Hamid has arrived in London on 23rd August for treatment of his eye-problem and health checkup. President Hamid is scheduled to have eye treatment at Moorfield Eye Hospital and heart checkup at Bupa Cromwell Hospital. The President was received by Bangladesh High Commissioner to the United Kingdom Md Abdul Hannan, President ...

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Air express promises five star service for Umrah passengers

Bangla Mirror Desk :: After a successful 23 years of serving in travel and tourism industry, British Bangladeshi enterprise Air Express opened up a new project specialising in Umrah.  The inauguration of this new project ‘gohaji.com’ was held in LMC Hall in East London on Friday 21 August.  Senior officials from Al-Hosam, the Saudi associate company of Air Express and ...

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Indian restaurants to lobby David Cameron for short-term work visas

Bangla Mirror desk :: Indian restaurant owners have called on David Cameron to introduce short-term work visas so that they can fly experienced staff to the UK to plug a curry chef shortage that is forcing closures across the country. Enam Ali, who founded the British Curry Awards 10 years ago, is preparing a submission to the Prime Minister and ...

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