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Shailakupa celebrates International Disability Day

International Handicap Day was observed in Jhenaidah in front of the theme “Build a sustainable and prosperous society for all”. On this occasion, students of Shailkupar Haji Abdur Rashid Biswas Biswas and Autistic School students brought out a rallies. The rally goes to the front of the school and goes to school. After that there was a discussion meeting. Shailkupa ...

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Awami League membership collection and renewal program inaugurated in Shailkupa

Awami League member collection and renewal program started in Shailkupa of Jhenaidah The program was inaugurated on Sunday at the Upazila Parishad Chattar in the district Awami League president and Shailkupa-1 MP Abdul Hai. Presided over by Upazila Awami League President Sikdar Mosharraf Hossain Sona, among others, District Awami League Vice-President Muktijoddha Maqbool Hossain, Organizing Secretary MA Hakim, Member Principal ...

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BMA’s debut and conference held in Jhenaidah

The inauguration and conference of the Bangladesh Medical Association (BMA) district branch in Jhenaidah was held in a festive environment. On Friday night, the city is kept in the Food Safari in Makbul Plaza. Presided over by BMA Jhenaidah district unit president Dr Azizur Rahman, as the chief guest, the central BMA president Dr. Mostafa Jalal Mohiuddin was present as ...

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All preparations for free textbook distribution will be completed by December 15

According to the director general of the Directorate of Secondary and Higher Education Professor Dr, all preparations for the distribution of free textbooks will be completed by December 15. SM Wahiduzzaman In response to the question of journalists after inaugurating a day-long workshop with the heads of the field officers and organizations to strengthen the PBM program at the secondary ...

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HC orders to compensate Tk 4.61cr to Tareque Masud’s family

The High Court on Sunday (Dec 3) ordered authorities concerned to pay Tk 4.61 crore as compensation to the family of filmmaker Tareque Masud who was killed in a road crash in 2011. An HC bench of Justice Zinat Ara and Justice Qazi Md. Ijarul Haque Akond passed the order after holding hearing in the case filed by Tareque Masud’s ...

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No Brexit unless we back Theresa May, Jeremy Hunt says

There will be no Brexit at all unless Theresa May is supported, a cabinet minister has warned. Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt said it was not about a choice between “this Brexit and that Brexit”. He was speaking as leading Brexit campaigners issued demands for Mrs May before agreeing any payments to the EU, including ending the European court’s jurisdiction the ...

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Home Office putting UK’s research reputation at risk, says Jeremy Corbyn

Jeremy Corbyn has accused the Home Office of putting the UK’s global reputation for higher education and research at risk by refusing visas to foreign academics married to British citizens. Academics engaged in overseas research must frequently travel abroad to work. The Home Office, however, uses the time spent out of the country by foreign academics while they are working to ...

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Smart choices for flawless skin

Psoriasis is a common chronic skin condition that causes formation scales and red patches that are itchy and sometimes painful. A slew of powerful medications can help control psoriasis, but the best bet against this condition may be a few simple lifestyle changes. Here’s how to take control over your psoriasis by making smart choices in your daily life: Staying ...

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Social withdrawal may improve your creativity

Everyone needs an occasional break from the social ramble and sometimes unsociability may help boost your creativity, a study has found. “We have to understand why someone is withdrawing to understand the associated risks and benefits,” said lead author of the study Julie Bowker, from the University at Buffalo in the US. According to the study published in the journal ...

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