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  • Cold wave sweeping over 3 districts

    Staff Correspondent: Bangladesh Meteorological Department on Monday predicted that a mild cold wave sweeping over three districts of the country is likely to abate in the next 24 hours.“Mild cold wave is sweeping over the districts of Panchagarh, Kurigram, Jashore and Chudanga and it may abate,” said a Met Office…

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  • Early variety of potato boosts farmers fortune

    Nilphamari Correspondent: The early potato harvest has brought fortune to the farmers in Nilphamari district as traders are paying exceptionally high prices for the kitchen staple amid increased demand in the country’s major cities.The situation is unlike the previous season when the farmers incurred huge losses due to preserving their…

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  • Govt implementing Tk 8,500cr dev works on river Teesta

    Staff Correspondent: Commerce Minister Tipu Munshi yesterday said development work on both sides of the river ‘Teesta’ is being implemented at a cost of about Tk 8,500 crore.“The Rangpur region was once backward, we are not backward now. Our Rangpur is also moving forward keeping pace with the development of…

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  • NBR working tirelessly to enhance revenue from internal sources

    b The National Board of Revenue (NBR) is working tirelessly to increase revenue from internal sources to materialise the dream of Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina to build Bangladesh a developed nation by 2041.High officials said this today at a function arranged by the office of the Tax Commissioner of Taxes…

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  • Export goods of Tk3,000cr stuck at Chattogram port

    RMG exports at high risk Ayub Ali from Ctg: Export commodities worth over Tk3,000 crore remain stuck at the Inland Container Depots (ICDs) of Chattogram port as the nationwide transport strike, enforced by transporters against fuel price hike, has disrupted goods delivery for the third consecutive day.No export product entered…

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  • Bus service to resume in parts of Ctg today

    Chattogram Bureau: An association of transport owners in Chattogram have decided to operate buses in the city from today 6 am, defying the ongoing nationwide strike against fuel price hike.“We have decided to operate the bus services that are under association from Sunday,” said Belayat Hossain, President of Chattogram Metropolitan…

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  • Extensive plans taken for development of fisheries in haors

    Says Rezaul Karim Biddut P. Roy from Kishorganj: Fisheries and Livestock Minister SM Rezaul Karim yesterday said, a comprehensive plan has been taken for the development of fisheries in the haor area.“The present government will do whatever is necessary to develop and enrich the Haor regions. Several plans have been…

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  • Sheikh Hasina Int’l Cricket stadium near Padma on cards

    Manikganj Correspondent:The government has decided to build a new international cricket stadium after name of Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina, near Paturia ghat, close to the famous Padma River in Shibaloy upazila of Manikganj.State Minister for Youth and Sports Zahid Hasan Russell, Manikganj-1 MP and Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) Director Naimur…

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  • Banana cultivation gains popularity in Panchagarh

    Panchagarh Correspondent: Banana cultivation is gaining popularity in the district as its cultivation is more lucrative and less expensive.Banana is cultivated especially on abandoned and high land here while many farmers cultivated it commercially.Farmers have already started harvesting banana this year as the delicious fruit is plucked within 10 to…

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  • MP Dhanu brings love and development for Bhaluka people

    Ibrahim Khalil:Alhajj Kazim Uddin Ahmed Dhanu MP, a charismatic politician was born in 23rd March 1966 in Mymensingh. He is currently the Member of Parliament from Mymensingh-11, Bhaluka. He passed his BSc honors, MSS in Political Science and LLB.Kazim Uddin’s father, Major Afsar Uddin Ahmed was a veteran freedom fighter.…

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