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Independence Day prog to have no anti-liberation people: Minister

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Home Minister Asaduzzaman Khan on Sunday said anti-liberation people will not be invited to programmes to be organised marking the Independence Day.
The minister came with the announcement at a press conference at his office after an inter-ministerial meeting over the security arrangements during the Independence and National Day.
Asked whether there is any list of anti-liberation people, Asaduzzaman said there is no such list. "But district- and upazila-level leaders and...
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Get ready to pay higher gas tariff, Nasrul to industries

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Hinting at further increase in gas prices, State Minister for Power and Energy Nasrul Hamid on Sunday asked the industry owners to get ready to pay higher gas tariff in the future.
"We're trying to provide imported gas to industries within two years which will be costlier. So, I'd...
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DUCSU polls must to flourish leadership: President

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President Abdul Hamid today laid emphasis on holding the Dhaka University Central Students' Union (DUCSU) election for developing new leadership to strengthen the foundation of country's democracy.

"DUCSU election is a must," to flourish regular student leadership, he said while addressing the...
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PM urges mothers to be best friends of children

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Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina today urged the parents, particularly mothers, to build up friendly relations with their children to prevent them from going astray or bending to militancy, terrorism and drug.

"Mother should be the best friend of a child so that he/she can say and share everything...
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PM urges UK to withdraw embargo on cargo operation

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Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina today urged the British government to withdraw its temporary embargo on cargo flight operations from Dhaka on security grounds as visiting British minister Alok Sharma called on her.

"Security lapses are global phenomenon . . . such lapses were detected in Heathrow...
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