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Illegal sand lifters compounding effects of Turag erosion

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A Correspondent
Savar: Turag River erosion took a serious turn at different places in Bhakurta union of Savar upazila as the illegal sand lifters hoisted sand from the river for housing project in the area.
Increasing water level of the river and illegal sand lifting are the main causes behind...
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Int’l humanitarian orgs’ access to Rakhaine state urgent: MSF

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Staff Reporter
International humanitarian organisations must immediately be granted independent and unfettered access, in-cluding for international staff, to alleviate massive humanitarian needs in Rakhine State, Myanmar, says the international medical humanitarian organization -...
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PM for protection of human and labour rights

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UNB Report
New York: Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has stressed the protection of human and labour rights as the working condition and labour market are going through fundamental changes globally, creating new challenges and opportunities.
She also put emphasis on effective dialogue between all...
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Country’s first Y-bridge ready for opening

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Comilla: The first-ever Y-shaped bridge of the country, which is being built over the Titas River in three upazilas of Comilla and Brahmanbaria, is now waiting to be inaugurated and has already started attracting onlookers.
The construction work of this bridge started on June 16...
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Uzbek Govt hands over relief goods for Rohingyas

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Staff Reporter
The Bangladesh Red Crescent Society (BDRCS) on Monday received supports from the government of Uzbekistan with a view to providing the humanitarian assistance to the people fled from Rakhine state of Myanmar to Bangladesh.
Each of 8000 vulnerable families (about 50 thousand people)...
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