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BSSMU director: Khaleda Zia is in good health

BSMMU hospital’s Director Brigadier General A K M Mahbubul Haque speaks at a press briefing on Wednesday, May 29, 2019 Bangla Tribune The BNP chairperson was admitted to the hospital on April 1 BNP Chairperson Khaleda Zia, who was admitted to Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujib Medical University (BSMMU) Hospital back in April, is in good health, […]

Sakib al Hasan and Tamim Iqbal As Bangladesh stand on the verge of their sixth World Cup campaign, the players have the chance to exceed their previous results in the competition and reach a bundle of personal milestones along the way. Bangladesh will begin their World Cup journey against South Africa on June 2 at […]

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Health minister Zahid Maleque unveils the findings of a survey of National Institute of Preventive and Social Medicine at his office on Wednesday.— New Age photo About 97 per cent of people in Bangladesh are at the risk of non-communicable diseases as most of the metabolic and behavioural risk factors for such diseases are highly […]

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Japanese Dev Assistance: $2.5b for 4 projects Deal signed as Hasina, Abe hold official talks in Tokyo; discuss durable solution to Rohingya crisis Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina and her Japanese counterpart Shinzo Abe shake hands at the latter’s office in Tokyo yesterday. Hasina was given a guard of honour when she reached the office. Photo: […]

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The challenges in reviving our jute sector   Jute mill worker Bilkis Ara wipes away her tears as she lies down on the road and rests her head on a piece of bamboo at Notun Rasta intersection in Khulna on April 3, 2019. She, along with several hundred others, has been demonstrating to press home […]

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Myanmar military accused of fresh war crimes in Rakhine Wednesday 29th May 2019 Daily Ittefaq Source: BBC Myanmar’s army is committing fresh war crimes against ethnic groups in Rakhine state, according to human rights group Amnesty International. In a new report, Amnesty accuses the army of carrying out extrajudicial killings, torture and arbitrary arrests amid […]

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