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5-day autumn fair kicks off at BSCIC

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Staff Reporter
A five-day autumn fair (Sharat Mela) arranged by Bangladesh Small and Cottage Industries Corporation (BSCIC) began in the city on Sunday.
BSCIC chairman Begum Parag inaugurated the fair at the BSCIC Bhaban in Motijheel while BSCIC director (design and marketing) Rezaul Karim presided over the inaugural event, said a handout.
A total of 56 stalls of different handicraft products were installed at the fair which is open for visitors from 9am to 5pm everyday.

Govt gets more time to publish judges’ conduct rules

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Staff Reporter
The Supreme Court on Sunday extended time for the government up to October 8 to issue a gazette notification on the rules determining discipline and conduct of lower court judges.
A six-member SC bench, led by Chief Justice SK Sinha, passed the order following a time-petition filed...
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45 Natore villages submerged freshly

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A Correspondent
Natore: Some 45 villages in Singra and Naldanga upazilas were submerged by the floodwater on Sunday due to unusual rise of water levels of Atrai and Barnoi rivers.
At least 15 villages were flooded as Singra-Atrai regional flood control dam went under water last night.
The Atrai...
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Attempt made to erase Bangabandhu’s ideals: President

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Staff Reporter
President Abdul Hamid on Sunday said anti-liberation forces not only killed Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman as an individual but also tried to eliminate his ideology from the soil of this country through the killing.
"The vested quarter wanted to erase the ideals of Bangabandhu...
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EC to invite 6 more political parties to join dialogue

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Staff Reporter
The Election Commission on Monday will invite six more political parties to join its dialogue on September 10, 12 and 14 next.
As part of the EC's move to sit with all the 40 registered political parties from August 24 next, the Commission earlier invited six political parties to...
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