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Rohingya return will be in ‘voluntary, dignified and safe’ manner: Bangladesh

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Bangladesh has reitered its position that Rohingya repatriation will be “voluntary, dignified and safe”, dispelling the concern of the aid agencies and some rights groups.

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Rohingya return will be in ‘voluntary, dignified and safe’ manner: Bangladesh

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Bangladesh has reitered its position that Rohingya repatriation will be “voluntary, dignified and safe”, dispelling the concern of the aid agencies and some rights groups.

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Rohingya return will be in ‘voluntary, dignified and safe’ manner: Bangladesh

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Bangladesh has reitered its position that Rohingya repatriation will be “voluntary, dignified and safe”, dispelling the concern of the aid agencies and some rights groups.

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Rohingya return will be in ‘voluntary, dignified and safe’ manner: Bangladesh

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Bangladesh has reitered its position that Rohingya repatriation will be “voluntary, dignified and safe”, dispelling the concern of the aid agencies and some rights groups.

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Rohingya return will be in ‘voluntary, dignified and safe’ manner: Bangladesh

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Bangladesh has reitered its position that Rohingya repatriation will be “voluntary, dignified and safe”, dispelling the concern of the aid agencies and some rights groups.

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4 of a family can be directors of a bank

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With a view to bringing some changes in the process of nomination to the top positions of a bank and tenure of the directors, the parliament on Tuesday passed the “Bank Company (Amendment) Bill, 2018.”


Under the new law, four members of a family, instead of existing two, can be inducted in the board of directors of a bank at a time.


 

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Neymar scores from spot, PSG in French League Cup semis

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Neymar scored from the spot as holder Paris Saint-Germain secured a scrappy 2-0 win at 10-man Amiens to advance to the French League Cup semifinals on Wednesday.


Amiens played for nearly an hour with 10 men after goalkeeper Regis Gurtner was sent off in the 34th minute for a clumsy tackle on Kylian Mbappe outside the penalty area.

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Govt aim to simplify peoples’ life, says PM

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Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Thursday said her government aim is to develop the country, simplify the life and improve the living standard of people through using modern technologies.


She also put emphasis on spreading of information of the ongoing development programmes and those to be taken in the future among the people of the country.

 

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Mild to moderate cold wave may continue

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Current cold wave condition is likely to continue as mild to moderate cold wave across the country.Weather may remain dry with temporary partly cloudy sky over the country for next 24 hours commencing at 9am on Tuesday.

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France seeks BD’s support to host World Expo

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Visiting French special envoy Pascal Lamy on Sunday expressed optimism that Bangladesh will support France to host the World Expo-2025 considering vibrant relations between the two countries.


"France and Bangladesh are well-aligned," Lamy, also former Director General of the World Trade Organisation (WTO), told reporters at the France-German Embassy here in the afternoon.

 

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Non-MPO teachers call off hunger strike on PM’s assurance

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Non-MPO teachers call off hunger strike on PM’s assurance  

The teachers and employees of non-MPO educational institutions, who went on hunger strike for enlistment under the government’s MPO facilities, called off their strike on Friday following assurance of Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina to take initiative to meet their demand.

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Judges' disciplinary rules: SC accepts gazette notification

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Judges' disciplinary rules: SC accepts gazette notification 

The Appellate Division of the Supreme Court on Wednesday accepted the gazette notification on the disciplinary rules for lower court judges.


A five-member Appellate Division bench, led by acting Chief Justice Abdul Wahhab Miah, granted the disciplinary rules citing that the government issued the gazette giving primacy to the opinions of the apex court at every stage.


Some media outlets are making unnecessary comments on gazette notification without reading it, the apex court observed.

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Explore new markets, improve quality of products: PM

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Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina today urged the businessmen to explore new markets, produce new products and maintain their quality to grab export opportunities in the competitive world market.

"You (businessmen) to look for new countries, new markets and assess the demands in those markets. If we can do that we'll be able to boost our business. We also need to main the quality of our products, make those attractive and brand those. All these things are very much important," she said.

 

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Nahid speaks out on his bribe comment, says it’s misunderstood

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Education Minister Nurul Islam Nahid

Education Minister Nurul Islam Nahid today said his bribe comment, that is taking Bangladesh by storm, has been misunderstood due to publication of “partial comment”. He said it was the scenario of the Directorate of Inspection and Audit eight years ago when he was “compelled” to say the words “take bribe, but keep it tolerable”.

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No open air event on 31st Night: Minister

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No open air event on 31st Night: Minister

Home Minister Asaduzzaman Khan on Tuesday said no open air event will be allowed on the 31st Night to celebrate the New Year.


“We won’t allow any meeting, rally and musical event in the open place for the celebrations of the New Year for the sake of people’s security. All programmes must be held indoors,” he said while talking to reporters after inaugurating Dhaka Metropolitan Shooting Club at Bangladesh Police Officers' Mess in the city.

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Accused in Drug Cases: Majority gets acquittal

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In the first nine months of this year, more than 60 percent of the accused got acquitted in drug-related cases, and narcotics control officials blame the poor conviction rate mainly on the faulty charge sheets and a lack of witnesses.


The scenarios were almost similar in the previous two years.


In the circumstances, most of the criminals are going back to the drug trade once they come out of jail, police and narcotics control officials say.

 

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AG receives death threat again

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AG receives death threat again

Attorney General (AG) Mahbubey Alam has received a death threat again.


The threat was issued in five letter sent to his office on Sunday.


Personal secretary to the AG Kabir Ahmed filed a general diary with Shahbagh Police Station in the evening in this connection, said Abdul Hasan, officer-in-charge of the police station.

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