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  • Comments on Mashrafe: Ministry decides to keep oncologist

    In public interest, the health ministry has decided to reinstate a top child cancer specialist -- one of only three such experts in the country -- who was to be transferred from Chattogram Medical College Hospital to Rangamati Medical College Hospital (RmMC).
  • A costly ‘warning'

    A top child cancer specialist -- one of only three such experts in the country -- has been transferred from Chattogram Medical College Hospital to a Rangamati hospital with no cancer treatment facilities.
  • 64 hurt in Bangladesh National Election 2018

    3 city seats with 3 unique factors

    Blue-collar constituents, sympathy vote, and parochialism are likely to play a pivotal role in the city's three major constituencies, Chattogram-9, -10 and -11.
  • Police tearing off 'paddy sheaf' posters

    With only 10 days to go for the 11th parliamentary election, hardly any poster or banner sporting BNP electoral symbol -- “sheaf of paddy” -- can be seen in Chattogram city while those of Awami League candidates are flooding the port city's every nook and corner.
  • BNP's first-time candidates relying on party popularity

    BNP's first-time candidates in Chattogram district have expressed confidence that their lack of experience is not a setback because party popularity would be their key to victory.
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