Rajdhani Unnayan Kartripakkha | The Daily Star
  •  Casualties could have been less if victims could use emergency exit of FR Tower; death toll rises to 25

    Buildings outside Dhaka risky too

    Some recent fire tragedies in the capital, including the one that left 26 people dead in Banani on March 28, once again exposed an abysmal fire safety in the city.

  • Banani fire survivor Ripon

    Planning goes haywire

    Rajuk is approving commercial buildings in the residential areas of Gulshan and Banani with virtually no height limits and experts are calling it illegal and a recipe for disaster.

  • Design deviation

    Design deviation in 90pc buildings

    Nine out of 10 buildings in key areas of Dhaka city have been constructed flouting their approved designs, according to the Rajdhani Unnayan Kartripakkha (Rajuk).

  • Rajuk's Digital Services: Dodgy officials put the brakes on progress

    Rajuk's digital services for land clearance and building construction permit, introduced almost two years ago for some city areas, are hardly getting any response from the service seekers.

  • Govt's demolition order ignored

    The Rajdhani Unnayan Kartripakkha (Rajuk) and the two Dhaka city corporations have yet to demolish the 321 unsafe buildings the government wanted to see knocked down by May 27.

  • Rajuk accountant held for 'money laundering'

    The Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) arrests an accountant of Dhaka development authority Rajdhani Unnayan Kartripakkha (Rajuk) over money laundering and fraudulence charges.

  • Rajuk files kept by building owner

    The entire Rajuk official records of a building approval was found in the possession of a building owner during a drive to clear illegal occupation of car park on Green Road in the capital yesterday.

  • Allotees to pay hefty price

    Rajdhani Unnayan Kartripakkha would not be able to hand over flats of Uttara Apartment Project to the owners on time and buyers, existing and potential, would literally have to pay for the delays.

  • Rajuk comes under fire

    Retired additional secretary Abdur Rashid Khan had applied for a residential plot in Rajuk's Uttara Model Town in 1998. Nearly two decades later, all he has is an allotment letter but no plot. Rashid, now quite old, said he had written scores of letters to the Rajdhani Unnayan Kartripakkha (Rajuk) over the years but all his words fell on deaf ears.

  • Drive goes on to stop misuse of parking lot

    Rajuk on the second day of a fortnight-long eviction drive yesterday recovered basement parking spaces of a dozen buildings and

  • Rajuk mows down shops in parking garages

    Rajdhani Unnayan Kartripakkha has started a drive against buildings that have been using their parking spaces for commercial purposes in Dhaka.

  • Jubo League man suspended

    Jubo League suspends a leader following his arrest on charge of attempting to take away tender documents at Rajdhani Unnayan Kartripakkha (Rajuk) in Dhaka.

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