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Govt takes initiative to ensure road safety, Quader tells JS

SANGSAD BHABAN, Sept 10, 2014 (BSS) -Road Transport and Bridges Minister Obaidul Quader said that the government has taken initiative to ensure road safety for reducing accidents in the country. "We have taken a project involving Taka 165 crore to ... Bangladesh Sangbad Sangstha, 5 days ago

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Bangladesh Daily Star, 2 weeks ago
Times of India, 1 month ago
Dhaka Tribune, 2 months ago

Fear of disease breakout as waters start receding

In absence of safe drinking water, flood-hit people are now struggling with water-borne diseases, skin diseases and diarrhea. Poor relief efforts are further increasing the misery of poor, flood-hit people. Health officials feared water borne ...
 New Age Bangladesh1 week ago
New Age Bangladesh

Trails of destructions appear as waters recede

Strong current in River Padma devours a vast area on its bank at Ranipur in Dohar of Dhaka on Tuesday as the river continues to swell. — Indrajit Ghosh Trails of destructions caused by floods have started to be exposed gradually with the ...
 New Age Bangladesh1 week ago
Bangladesh Daily Star

Floods rage thru' north

Inundated houses in Rohodoha of Shariakandi upazila of Bogra after the Jamuna washed away 300 metres of a dyke. Photo: Star With the flood situation in the north showing no sign of improvement, more than one lakh people of 100 villages were ...
 Bangladesh Daily Star2 weeks ago
New Age Bangladesh

Floods worsen in northern dists

People shift their valuables as several villages got inundated on Friday due to breach of Rahadaha flood control embankment at Sariakandi in Bogra for severe current and overflow of river Jamuna. — Focusbangla photo Several hundred homesteads ...
 New Age Bangladesh2 weeks ago
New Age Bangladesh

Swelling rivers flood more areas

People in low-lying areas on the eastern party of Dhaka city remain stranded as overflowing of River Balu inundated the area. The photo was taken on Tuesday. — Sony Ramany Major rivers swelled in the northern districts breaching embankments and ...
 New Age Bangladesh2 weeks ago
Indian Express

Car catches fire at Bharat Nagar Chowk, woman, son escape

The car that caught fire at Bharat Nagar Chowk in Ludhiana on Saturday. (Source: Gurmeet Singh) A Ford fiesta car caught fire at Bharat Nagar chowk on Saturday afternoon. No casualties were reported from the spot but the front part of the car ...
 Indian Express3 weeks ago
Eurasia Review

India: Maoists Attacking Lifelines Analysis

By SATP By Mrinal Kanta Das In yet another attack on the Indian Railways, Communist Party of India-Maoist (CPI-Maoist) cadres blasted a portion of a railway track at Lahat village, between the Ismailpur and Rafiganj section, under ...
 Eurasia Review4 weeks ago
South Asian Terrorism Portal

South Asia Intelligence Review, Volume 13, No. 7

Data and assessments from SAIR can be freely published in any form with credit to the South Asia Intelligence Review of the South Asia Terrorism Portal ASSESSMENT ...
 South Asian Terrorism Portal4 weeks ago

Road accidents cost BD 2pc of its GDP

Road accidents alone cost Bangladesh 1.0 to 2.0 per cent of the gross domestic product (GDP), a study has revealed. The study titled "Road Safety in Bangladesh: Realities and Challenges said that in the absence of road safety measures, most ...
 Financial Express Bangladesh1 month ago
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