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Quader claims traffic on highways turned normal

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Communications Minister Obaidul Quader on Tuesday claimed the traffic situation on highways has turned comparatively normal ahead of Eid as the government has taken necessary steps to ease the journey of homebound people during the vacation.
He said this while inspecting the activities of BRTA (Bangladesh Road Transport Authority) mobile court at Farmgate intersection in the capital.
Although traffic congestion in Dhaka city could not be reduced, communications on highways have...

Hasina-Cameron meet held

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UK to work together with Bangladesh  
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London: Voicing his government's firm confidence in the present Awami League government, British Prime Minister David William Donald Cameron on Tuesday said they would work together with Bangladesh for ensuring its socioeconomic...

N’ganj 7-murder

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Two Rab men testify in court   
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Narayanganj: Two Rapid Action Battalion (Rab) members, who were eyewitnesses to the gruesome seven murders, gave their deposition before a local court under Section 164 on Tuesday.
Senior Judicial Magistrate Monwara Begum recorded...

Yunus speaks at conf in Myanmar

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All have the right to live in peace, he says   
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Referring to the existing crisis in Rakhine State of Myanmar, Nobel Peace laureate Prof Muhammad Yunus has said all people have the right to live in peace and security wherever they live.
He made the remark at a...

30 more return from Iraq

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The number of returnees from trouble-torn Iraq keeps on rising as another batch of 30 Bangladesh nationals arrived last night.
An Air Arabia flight carrying the Bangladesh nationals is scheduled land at the Hazrat Shahjalal International Airport at 8pm, an official at the Foreign...

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