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রুমিন ফারহানার ফেসবুক আইডি হ্যাকড, থানায় জিডি রাখতে অপারগতা

রুমিন ফারহানার ফেসবুক আইডি হ্যাকড, থানায় জিডি রাখতে অপারগতা অনলাইন প্রতিবেদক ১৪ আগস্ট ২০১৯, ২১:৪ রুমিন ফারহানার ফেসবুক আইডি হ্যাকড, থানায় জিডি রাখতে অপারগতা – ছবি : সংগৃহীত বিএনপির সংরক্ষিত নারী আসনের এমপি ব্যারিস্টার রুমিন ফারহানার ফেসবুক আইডি হ্যাকড হয়েছে। রুমিন ফারহানা নিজেই বিষয়টি নয়া দিগন্তকে নিশ্চিত করেছেন। রুমিন ফারহানা বলেন, ‘গত এক সপ্তাহ আগে আমার Rumeen […]

The Daily Star August 15, 2019 Trafficking network enslaving women Why the inaction by law enforcers? News has emerged of a trafficking network in Oman that is enticing Bangladeshi women with promises of regular jobsbut ultimately pushing them into sexual slavery. What we have learnt from talking to those few who have managed to gain their […]

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The Daily Star August 15, 2019 Tk 100cr rawhide thrown away Syndicate blamed for fall in demand, prices; tanners oppose govt’s sudden decision to export rawhide, to start buying it Saturday at govt-fixed rates Rawhide left on the streets in Ctg. Star Report Seasonal traders across the country have thrown away thousands of pieces of […]

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Fire breaks out at Lalbagh plastic factory Nayadiganta English Desk    14 August 2019, 18:37 File photo: Fire accident – Photo Desk A fire has broken out at a plastic factory in Old Dhaka’s Lalbagh area at around 10:40pm on Wednesday, according to Fire Services and Civil aviation sources. A total of 15 fire-fighting units are trying to […]

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DUCSU VP Nur attacked in Patuakhali Patuakhali Correspondent | Prothom Alo  Aug 14, 2019        Dhaka University Central Students’ Union (DUCSU) vice-president Nurul Haque Nur, along with a number of leaders of Bangladesh Sadharon Chhatra Odhikar Sangrakkhan Parishad, were reportedly attacked by unknown miscreants at Ulania Bazar area of Galachipa uapzila of the district on Wednesday noon. […]

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Mangoes make money: Bangladeshi farmers abandon rice Many are putting their faith in the country’s most popular fruit because it is more profitable and cheaper to produce Dr. Dalim Biswas, an agricultural scientist and manager of an agro food company, inspects a mango orchard in the Nachol area of Chapai Nawabganj district on July 29. In parts […]

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Bad News Can Democracy Survive If the Media Fail? By Jacob Weisberg September/October 2019 In 2004—an ordinary, healthy year for the newspaper business—The Washington Post earned $143 million in profit. Five years later, in 2009, the paper lost $164 million amid a shift from paid print to free digital consumption, the erosion of its classified […]

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The Dictators’ Last Stand Why the New Autocrats Are Weaker Than They Look By Yascha Mounk September/October 2019   Foreign Affairs magazine Little big man: supporters of Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro in Caracas, May 2019 Leo Correa / Redux It has been a good decade for dictatorship. The global influence of the world’s most powerful authoritarian […]

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The Daily Star  August 14, 2019 10 killed in road crashes in 4 districts 24 injured Three persons were killed and 20 others were injured in a head-on collision between two buses in Shahjahanpur upazila of Bogura on August 14, 2019. Photo: Mostafa Shabuj Star Online Report At least 10 people were killed and 24 […]

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2 more die of dengue; 2,093 others admitted to hospitals Nayadiganta English Desk     12 August 2019, 16:25 – Dengue has claimed two more lives and 2,093 new patients have been admitted to different hospitals across the country, reports UNB. The new deaths were recorded in the capital and Rajshahi on Monday while the new infections […]

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Rawhide price fall caused by traders: Minister Staff Correspondent . Rangpur | Prothom Alo Aug 14, 2019 Commerce minister Tipu Munshi has said that a section of rawhide traders are behind the fall of its price. He was speaking to the media at his residence in Shalbon, Rangpur Wednesday. Price of rawhide after Eid-ul-Azha gave […]

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