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  • Rashidul Hasan

  • Workers Party rocked as top leader quits

    Workers Party suffered a blow as its former general secretary and current politburo member Bimol Biswas resigned from the left-leaning organisation, alleging that it was being run in an undemocratic manner.
  • Dhaka Wasa

    Poor Service, Waterlogging: JS body blasts Wasa boss for utility’s failure

    Dhaka Water Supply and Sewerage Authority (DWASA) Managing Director Taqsem A Khan yesterday came under fire by a parliamentary body for his failure in providing safe drinking water to citizens, dealing with the waterlogging problem and allegations of widespread corruption against DWASA officials.
  • Rohingya refugees

    Rohingya Settlements: 8,000 acres of forests razed

    Rohingya settlements have severely damaged biodiversity and over 8,000 acres of reserved forest in Cox’s Bazar. The damage is equivalent to a loss of over Tk 2,420 crore, said a report of the Environment, Forest and Climate Change Ministry.
  • 110 female migrants return empty-handed from Saudi Arabia

    A total of 110 female migrant workers returned empty-handed from Saudi Arabia on August 26. Around 38 of them were forced to return after facing physical and sexual torture, while 48 came back home as they were not paid their salaries on a regular basis.
  • Jubo League leader Samrat

    Govt slaps travel ban on Samrat

    The government yesterday imposed a travel ban on President of Jubo League’s Dhaka South unit Ismail Hossain Samrat, meaning he can no longer leave the country.