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PM urges media to discard negative frame of mind

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Dhaka: Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina yesterday urged the media to discard a negative frame of mind in general about the government and expected journalists to portray positively whatever is done for the country's betterment.

"There is a misconception that the media would not sustain unless it take a negative stance against the government but (but) we have to come out of that 'mental sickness'," she said opening the biennial council of newsmen's apex Bangladesh Federal Union of Journalists...
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JS body seeks report on clearances to real estates

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Staff Reporter
A parliamentary committee on Wednesday asked the Environment, Forest and Climate Change Ministry to submit a report to it on environmental clearances issued against real estate companies and industries.
The Committee on Public Estimates sought to see what criterions have been...
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Strong family bonding stressed

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Staff Reporter
Speakers at a seminar on Tuesday laid emphasis on strong family bonding and inclusive society.
The seminar was held at Probin Hitoishi Sangho Auditorium marking the International Day of Families.
United Nations Information Centre (UNIC), Dhaka jointly with Probin Hitoishi Sangho...
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BNP rejects KCC election results

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Bringing the allegation of an 'unprecedented vote rigging' and various irregularities, BNP on Wednesday rejected the Khulna City Corporation (KCC) election results.
The party also demanded the resignation of Chief Election Commissioner KM Nurul Huda for what it said his 'inability'...
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Kitchen market heats up ahead of Ramadan

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UNB Report
Despite the government's assurance of keeping the market stable during Ramadan, the prices of various essentials in city kitchen market have marked a sharp rise.
Visiting Shantinagar, Malibagh, Hatiropool and Mohammadpur kitchen markets, the UNB correspondents found daily essentials...
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