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Tearful adieu to madrasa girl Nusrat

Feni, Apr 11 : Madrasa girl Nusrat Jahan Rafi who died after being set on fire was laid to eternal rest at her village home in Sonagazi upazila on Thursday evening. She was buried at their family graveyard at Char Chandia village following a namaz-e-janaza at Mohammad Saber Pilot High School ground around 5:50pm. Nusrat’s father Maulana KM Musa, also ...

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FR Tower owner Tasvirul gets bail

Tasvirul Islam, one of the owners of FR Tower. photo: Collected Dhaka, Apr 11 : A court here on Thursday granted bail to Tasvirul Islam, one of the owners of FR Tower, in a case filed over the deadly blaze at the multistoried building on March 28 that left 26 people dead. Metropolitan Magistrates Court Judge Tofazzol Hossain granted the ...

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Climate and justice – western Banks

  Fatema Miah: The Banking corporation is also focus factor for our climate solution. Climate is linking to all other topics as I wrote before. Vastly climate concern is strongly connected to modern era as I repeatedly wrote about and what specifically I didn’t  pinned pointed to address to highlight  at our commercial profit making sources of finance. The Banking ...

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Shwapno launched T-shirt to raise fund for autistic children

Dhaka April 11, 2019: Shwapno, one of the largest grocery chains in Bangladesh owned by ACI Logistics, launched a t-shirt today with the title of the song “Melay Jaire” by legendary singer of Bangladesh Maqsoodul Haque Shwapno outlet, at Gulshan 1 in the capital. The event was lunched by prominent singer Maqsoodul Haque and Sabbir Hasan Nasir, Executive Director of ACI Logistics Limited. Founder Chairman of ...

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Wealthy families are biggest winners from school appeals

Families in affluent areas of England are much more likely to succeed in getting a school place on appeal, according to research. The Education Policy Institute has examined what happened to 86,000 families who did not get their first-choice secondary school place. About one in seven of those initially missing out go on to get a place from an appeal ...

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Brexit: Theresa May defends 31 October delay to MPs

Theresa May has told MPs it remains her “priority” to deliver Brexit, defending the decision to delay the UK’s exit from the EU by more than six months. The new deadline of 31 October, set following late-night talks in Brussels, means the UK is likely to have to hold European Parliament elections in May. The prime minister promised to pursue ...

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Finland for continuing int’l pressure on Myanmar for Rohingya repatriation

Dhaka, April 11 : Non-resident Ambassador of Finland to Bangladesh Nina Vaskunlahti today called for continuing international pressure on Myanmar to take back its Rohingya nationals from Bangladesh. “The world community will have to keep up pressure on the Myanmar government to take back their citizens from Bangladesh,” she said. The ambassador made this remark when she paid a courtesy ...

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WikiLeaks’ Assange arrested at Ecuador embassy in London

Photo: In this file photo dated Friday May 19, 2017, watched by the media WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange looks out from the balcony of the Ecuadorian embassy prior to speaking, in London. London, Apr 11 : Police in London say they’ve arrested WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange at the Ecuadorean embassy on a court warrant dating back to 2012. In a ...

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Police Bureau asked to probe Nusrat case: Home Minister

  Dhaka, Apr 11 : Home Minister Asaduzzaman Khan on Thursday said the Police Bureau of Investigation (PIB) has been asked to investigate the case over Feni madrasa girl Nusrat who died on Wednesday following an arson attack on her. “The PIB has been instructed to investigate the incident quickly. The chargesheet in this regard will be also submitted soon,” ...

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JetBlue to launch flights to London

US airline JetBlue has announced that it will launch its first transatlantic services in 2021, with flights from New York and Boston to London. The 20-year-old company says the transatlantic market suffers from poor competition and high fares, especially in the premium category.It will be JetBlue’s first foray into Europe – it currently operates in the US, the Caribbean and ...

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