Traders and salesmen whose shops were gutted in the huge fire in the capital’s Mohammadpur Krishi Market are yet to receive any aid.
A fire ripped through Mohammadpur Krishi Market early yesterday, burning down groceries and other goods worth several crore in over 200 shops.
When he was alive, Abdul Jabbar Hawlader, would be made an accused almost every time a political violence would take place in the capital’s Mirpur area.
On average, at least one mugging incident takes place every two days in the capital, according to the Dhaka Metropolitan Police. The data was compiled based on reported cases during the first three months of the year.
When consumers are struggling to deal with the soaring prices of essentials, the retail price of green chilli has hit a record high of Tk 700 a kg in the capital’s kitchen markets.
With Eid-ul-Azha just around the corner, Dhaka residents are flocking to cattle markets in search of sacrificial animals. With prevailing financial challenges, many individuals are opting for smaller and medium-sized cattle this year.
Detectives detained a police officer and six others on charges of robbery and took Tk 1.42 crore in bribes from them in 2020, found a home ministry probe.
For the last few days, the Facebook profile of Rabiul Islam AKA Arav Khan, which has now over 4.2 lakh followers, has been visited by many and scrutinised by some, which revealed some of the photos he posted were doctored.