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Nat’l Productivity Day observed

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Staff Reporter
The National Productivity Day was observed on Monday in the country aiming to create mass awareness for boosting productivity in different sectors including agriculture, industry and service sectors.
In observance of the day, the National Productivity Organization (NPO) under the Ministry of Industries, has brought out a colorful rally in the city this morning.
The rally, led by Industries secretary Mohammad Abdullah, paraded Abdul Gani road starting from the road adjacent to...
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Communist leader Jasim Uddin passes away

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Staff reporter
Anti-British movement leader Jasim Uddin Mondal passed away at a city hospital on Monday morning due to old age complications.
The veteran communist leader breathed his last at 6:00 am at Health and Hope Hospital at Panthapath in Dhaka, said Rubel Ahmed, public relations officer of...
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Cop stabbed dead in Kishoreganj

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A Correspondent
Kishoreganj: A policeman was stabbed to death by a gang of hijackers on Dhaka-Sylhet highway under Syed Nazrul Islam Bridge in Bhairab upazila on Sunday night.
The deceased was identified as Arifur Rahman, 25, a member of Police Barrack.
Md Mukhlesur Rahman, officer-in-charge of...
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BD peacekeepers to continue effort for global peace: President

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Staff Reporter
President Abdul Hamid on Monday reiterated that Bangladeshi peacekeepers would continue their efforts to maintain global peace and stability in the future.
"Bangladeshi peacekeepers are now working in many war-prone areas in many countries to ensure global peace and stability and...
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Unicef appeals for $76.1mn to assist Rohingya children

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Staff Reporter
The Unicef is launching a US$76.1 million appeal for its emergency humanitarian response to the Rohingya refugee crisis in southern Bangladesh.
The appeal will cover the immediate needs of newly-arrived Rohingya children, as well as those who arrived before the recent influx, and...
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