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Community support must to establish crimes-free society

(BSS)- All-out support from the community is very important to free the society from all sorts of crimes including militancy, terrorism and drug-addiction, said Shafiqul Islam. "We are committed to make the society free from the crimes. But, ... Bangladesh Sangbad Sangstha, 5 days ago

BNP relies on foreign powers to go to power: Obaidul Quader

(BSS) - Road, Transport and Bridges Minister Obaidul Quader today said the BNP is relying on foreign powers to go to state power. "After losing the people's trust and being frustrated with India, the BNP is now looking at the US elections to go to ...
 Bangladesh Sangbad Sangstha1 week ago

Man sentenced for murder

A local court today sentenced a man to rigorous life imprisonment for murdering a teacher here about nine years ago. Session Judge Uttam Anand sentenced Dablu Singh alias Gautam Singh to rigorous life imprisonment for killing one Shyam ...
 Business Standard2 weeks ago COURT-LIFER - Man sentenced for murder  Namibia Press Agency2 weeks ago

AL declaration to project specific work plan: Hanif

(BSS) - Awami League Joint General Secretary Mahbub-ul Alam Hanif yesterday said a specific work plan would be projected in the declaration of the party to turn Bangladesh into a developed country by 2040. Hanif said this while addressing a ...
 Bangladesh Sangbad Sangstha2 weeks ago

Nation needs Sheikh Hasina more terms in power: AL leaders

DHAKA, Oct 1, 2016 (BSS) - Leaders of Awami League today opined that the nation needs Sheikh Hasina as Prime Minister several more terms in power to finish a number of crucial development tasks she has been pursuing with domestic and external ...
 Bangladesh Sangbad Sangstha2 weeks ago

Rampal power plant: UNESCO report influenced by activists demands: AL

The ruling Awami League on Monday said that the UNESCO report expressingconcern over possible ecological impact of Rampal plant on the World Heritage Sunderbans was influenced by demands raised by the activists leading movements against the project.
 New Age Bangladesh3 weeks ago

Gang books cabs, snatches them

Noida: A 25-year-old man was arrested from the furniture market in Sector 95 on Sunday for his alleged involvement in car theft cases. The accused, identified as Amit, who works as a private cab driver in Noida's Sector 37, along with three others ...
 Times of India1 month ago

Woman raped by boyfriend, cohorts

A 25-year-old woman was gang-raped allegedly by her boyfriend and five of his accomplices in Rampal upazila on Tuesday. UP member Nazrul Islam Dablu said Mukto Sardar of Orabunia village had long been engaged in an affair with the woman of ...
 Bangladesh Daily Star1 month ago

Good days ahead for sugarcane growers: BSFIC chairman

RANGPUR, Sept 3, (BSS): The sugarcane growers would have good days ahead as the government has taken plans to recast and modernise the country's sugar mills through building necessary infrastructures and adopting latest technologies. "The sugarcane ...
 Financial Express Bangladesh1 month ago

Sugarcane cultivation programme inaugurated in Panchagarh

PANCHAGARH, Sept 2, 2016(BSS)- The sugarcane cultivation programme for the year of 2016-2017 was inaugurated in Tetulia upazila today. Md .Delwar Hossain, Chairman of Bangladesh Sugar and Food Industries Corporation (BSFIC), formally inaugurated ...
 Bangladesh Sangbad Sangstha1 month ago
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