Showing posts from March, 2021

Five injured in BCL factional clash

The pioneers and activists of Bangladesh Chhatra League Dhaka Metropolitan South and Dhaka University sections on Friday conflicted with one another during the planning of a glad parade denoting the brilliant celebration of the freedom of Bangladesh. The conflict occurred close to the Central Shaheed Minar at around 3:00pm that left in any event five DU BCL activists harmed. Pioneers and activists of DU unit BCL asserted that the assault was completed under the authority of Dhaka Metropolitan South unit BCL general secretary Jubayer Ahmed. Witnesses said that the groups secured a squabble about playing melodies on a sound framework nearby. At one phase, Jubayer went to the spot and assaulted the DU pioneers and activists, witnesses said adding that five DU unit BCL pioneers and activists were harmed in the conflict. 'I demand the focal BCL to guarantee appropriate discipline for the assailants by directing a legitimate examination concerning the counter disciplinary exerc

Make a vow to implement Bangabandhu’s dreams: PM

Leader Sheik Hasina on Friday asked all to make a pledge to execute the fantasies of Sheik Mujibur Rahman, the establishing leader of Bangladesh also called Bangabandhu, by building a created and prosperous Bangladesh. 'How about we make a pledge that we'll carry out the fantasy of the Father of the Nation. Bangladesh would be an appetite destitution free, created, prosperous and non-collective Sonar Bangladesh that will execute the fantasies of the Father of the Nation and carry grins to the essences of despondent individuals,' she said. The PM settled on the decision while tending to the festival of Mujib Year and Golden Jubilee of Independence in the city's National Parade Square Ground in the early evening. Sri Lankan PM Mahinda Rajapaksa was available as the visitor of honor at Friday's festival. Sheik Hasina, in her official discourse, said her administration will enlighten each place of the country. 'No individual will stay ravenous and destitute

Bangladesh Reports 18 COVID-19 Deaths, 1,899 Cases In 24 Hrs

With the passings of 18 additional individuals just now until 8:00 am on Friday, Bangladesh's COVID-19 demise tally presently remains at 8,642. During this timetable, 1,899 new cases were accounted for, taking the all out infection cases to 5,66,838. The Directorate General of Health Services (DGHS) affirmed the matter through an official statement endorsed by Prof Dr Nasima Sultana, Additional Director General of DGHS, on Friday evening. Wellbeing specialists additionally revealed 1,618 additional recuperations over the first 24 hours, taking the complete number of recuperations to 5,19,141. China detailed first demise from the novel Covid in Wuhan, the capital of Central China's Hubei area, on January 11 a year ago. Bangladesh detailed its first Covid case on March 8 a year ago and the main demise on March 18 that very year. Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue

Socialist Party starts 3-day Dhaka-Teesta road march

Communist Party of Bangladesh on Friday began a three-day Dhaka-Teesta street walk requesting legitimized water sharing of 54 normal streams among Bangladesh and India. Pioneers and activists of the gathering held a meeting before the National Press Club in this association that was led by focal pioneer Bazlur Rashid Firoz toward the beginning of the day. Firoz said that India was denying Bangladesh of defended water sharing of the regular waterways between the nations. Among 54 regular streams, India is controlling water streams making obstructions in the upper bowl of the waterways. In addition, the Indian government is denying Bangladesh of getting water of the Teesta River, he said. Bazlur likewise censured the international strategy of Awami League government saying that they neglected to get supported water portion of the normal streams. SPB focal pioneers Razequzzaman Ratan, Nikhil Das and Dhaka City pioneer Zulfikar Ali and Revolutionary Workers Party general secretar

Foetus found in Dhaka trash bin

The police recuperated an embryo from a garbage can in Shahjahanpur territory in Dhaka on Friday evening. The embryo, enveloped by a polythene pack, was seen by certain cleaners in a city partnership garbage can approach Shantibagh Primary School at around 2:30pm, Shahjahanpur police sub-assessor Abdul Hakim affirmed the matter. The police said that it was unloaded there on Thursday night. Cleaners saw the deteriorated baby while working there and afterward educated local people. Later the police recuperated it and sent it to Dhaka Medical College Hospital. It was then given over to Anjuman Mufidul Islam for internment, SI Hakim said. Prior on October 28, 2020, the police found an embryo close to the Dhaka University Central Library zone. The six to seven-month-old embryo was found in a deteriorated state. Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue

SUST Teachers’ Association Election Held On 15th March

Appointment of Shahjalal University of Science and Technology Teachers' Association will be hung on Monday, March 15. Boss Election Commissioner Dr. Zayeda Sharmin gave this data. Dr. Zaida Sharmin said an aggregate of 33 competitors from three boards of college educators will challenge for 11 posts this year. The complete number of citizens this year is more than 500. Two supportive of Awami League instructors and a board of favorable to BNP-Jamaat educators are challenging in the political race. From the board of Awami-Left educators, 'Instructors joined in the act of awareness and free-thinking about the incredible freedom war', Prof Dr. Rashed Talukder as President and Associate Professor. Ishrat Ibne Ismail as General Secretary has become an up-and-comer. Awami League educators from the 'Chamber of Teachers roused by the soul of the Great Liberation War' Professor Dr. Tulsi Kumar Das as President and Associate Professor Md Mohibul Alam as General Secret