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Dhaka awaits greater environmental hazards as it remains ‘ungoverned’: Experts

Dhaka, Oct 27 : Despite having five rivers surrounding it, capital Dhaka has virtually remained ungoverned when it comes to basic urban and environmental issues, said experts. Dhaka city is surrounded by five rivers — Balu and Sitalakhya on the eastern side, Turag and Buriganga on the western side, and Dhaleshwari on the south. According to the experts, small urban ...

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Bangladesh complete clean sweep of Zimbabwe

They beat visitors by 7 wickets in 3rd game riding on tons by Imrul Kayes, Soumya It’s a hundred for Soumya Sarkar! Photo: ICC Sports Desk : Bangladesh completed a clean sweep of visiting Zimbabwe in the three-match ODI series beating them by seven wickets in the third and final game at Zahur Ahmed Chowdhury Stadium in Chattogram on Friday. ...

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Bus-truck collision kills 9 in Panchagarh

  Panchagarh, Oct 26 : At least nine people, including a woman and her minor son, were killed and 25 others injured in a head-on collision between a bus and a truck at Dashmile in Sadar upazila on Friday evening. Two of the deceased were identified as Lovely, wife of Saidul Islam, and their son Yamin of Jot Hasna in ...

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Shamsher Mobin, Milon join BDB

Shamsher Mobin and Golam Sarwar Milon join BDB Dhaka, Oct 26 : Former BNP Vice-chairman Shamsher Mobin Chowdhury, former Jatiya Party State Minister Golam Sarwar Milon and industrialist Engineer Shafiqur Rahman joined AQM Badruddoza Chowdhury-led Bikolpo Dhara Bangladesh (BDB) on Friday. They joined the party presenting bouquets to B Chowdhury at a special council of Jubo Bikolpo Dhara. Besides, NAP Chairman Jebel ...

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Children to fulfill Bangabandhu’s Sonar Bangla dream, hopes PM

Photo: Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina distributes prizes among the winners of drawing and essay writing competitions on the occasion of Bangabandhu’s birthday on Friday, October 26, 2018. Dhaka, Oct 26 : Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Friday expressed the hope that country’s children will fulfill the dream of Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman to build Bangladesh as ...

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China police report 14 injured in kindergarten knife attack

Chinese police report 14 children have been injured in an attack by a knife-wielding assailant at a kindergarten in the western city of Chongqing. The report posted on the police force’s microblog said the early Friday morning assault at the Xinshiji Kindergarten was carried out by a 39-year-old woman identified only by her surname, Liu.   China has suffered a ...

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Ireland presidential election: Voters set for polling day

Polls will open in the Republic of Ireland later on Friday as voters elect their president. Mr Higgins is the first incumbent in 50 years to face a challenge in his bid for a second seven-year erm.   The president is Ireland’s “first citizen”, but has limited power – the role is mainly symbolic and he or she cannot get ...

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Jordan floods sweep away students, teachers near Dead Sea, 18 dead

Floods sweep away students, teachers near Dead Sea, 18 dead   Flash floods unleashed by heavy rains swept away middle school students and teachers visiting hot springs near the Dead Sea on Thursday, killing 18 and injuring 35 as the torrent carried some for several kilometers, a civil defense official said.  Thirteen people escaped without injuries, said Brig. Gen. Farid ...

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Royals Harry and Meghan dedicate forest reserves in Tonga

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex on Friday dedicated two forest reserves in Tonga as they continued their trip of the South Pacific. Prince Harry said Tonga is leading by example and “understands deeply” the impact of environmental changes because the islands of the archipelago are directly affected.   Harry and wife Meghan visited Tupou College to make the dedication. ...

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Sir Philip Green named over harassment claims

Retail billionaire Sir Philip Green has been named in Parliament as the leading businessman accused by a newspaper of sexual and racial harassment. Peter Hain, who identified him in the Lords, said it was his duty to name him, given the “serious and repeated” nature of the allegations.   The Telegraph accused but did not name the businessman on Tuesday. ...

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