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Deep depression intensifies into cyclone ‘Titli’

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Staff Reporter
The maritime ports of Chattogram, Cox's Bazar, Mongla and Payra have been advised to lower distant caution-ary signal No 1 and instead hoist distant warning signal No 2 as deep depression over the West-central Bay and adjoining East-central Bay intensified into a cyclonic storm named 'Titli' over the same area.
It storm was centering at 3 pm on Tuesday about 970 kms southwest of Chattogram port, 915 kms southwest of Cox's Bazar port, 870 kms south-southwest of Mongla port and...
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Mismanagement put govt poultry farm at stake

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Thakurgaon: Reported mismanagement and other irregularities in the government-run poultry farm in the dis-trict town have brought it to its knees, putting its existence at stake.
The farm was set up on a 3.17-acre land in front of Sadar Hospital here in 1982-83 fiscal year for ensuring...
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SCF demands FFs’ quota

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Sector Commanders Forum has demanded restoration and reformation of quota privileges for freedom fighters' children, females, under representing districts and ethnic minorities and the challenged people.
The Forum issued a statement on Tuesday raising this demand four days after...
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AL “beneficiary” of grenade attack cases: Fakhrul

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Claiming that their party leaders had no involvement in the incident, BNP secretary general Mirza Fakhrul Is-lam Alamgir on Tuesday said Awami League is the "beneficiary" of August-21 grenade attack cases.
"The verdict in August-21 cases is likely to be pronounced today. Though...
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UN HR body urges to revise DSA

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UN Human Rights body urged Bangladesh to urgently revise the Digital Security Act, to ensure that it is in line with international human rights law.
The rights body wants to see that the law provides for checks and balances against arbitrary arrest, detention, and other undue...
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