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    Youth dies with coronavirus symptoms in Rangamati

    An 18-year-old died with coronavirus-like symptoms in Chattogram General Hospital early this morning.

  • UP member shot dead in Rangamati

    A union parishad member is gunned down by unknown miscreants in Jurachhari upazila of Rangamati.

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    1 more child dies of measles in Rangamati, death toll now 7

    One more Tripura child died of measles in Lungthian Para of Rangamati’s Baghaichhari upazila early today taking the death toll in the recent measles outbreak in the area to seven.

  • Three abducted in Rangamati

    Three people involved with the MN Larma faction of Parbatya Chattogram Jana Samhati Samiti (PCJSS) have been abducted, police said.

  • Rangamati ready to receive tourist

    There are many attractive tourist spots in our country including Rangamati, one of the most popular spots for domestic tourist. On this Eid holidays, many of tourist spots in Rangamati, including Sajak Valley, Hanging Bridge, Kaptai Lake, Paulwell Park, Aranyak Peda Ting Ting and Subolong spring, are expecting guests from all over the country.

  • Rangamati brushfire victim dies

    Rangamati brushfire victim dies

    One person injured during the incident of brushfire in Rangamati’s Baghaichhari during upazila election day has died in Dhaka.

  • AL leader killed in Rangamati

    An upazila Awami League chief was gunned down and killed right before his family in Rangamati yesterday, hours after seven people were shot dead in another upazila of the district.

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    Probe body formed over Rangamati gun attack

    A seven-member probe committee has been formed to investigate the yesterday’s gun attack in Baghaichari of Rangamati that left seven people dead.

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    Rangamati attack well-designed: Fakhrul

    Terming Rangamati gun attack a well-designed one, BNP says the acts of violence and criminalisation is on the rise due to absence of democracy and atmosphere for credible polls.

  • 2 PCJSS members shot dead in Rangmati

    Two shot dead in Rangamati

    Criminals shot dead a member of Parbatya Chattagram Jana Samhati Samiti (PCJSS-MN Larma) and his friend at Karigar Para village in Kaptai upazila yesterday afternoon.

  • Third-grader killed in Rangamati

    A crime beyond comprehension

    A 10-year-old girl was strangled to death as she resisted a rape attempt by her tutor at Kaptali upazila in Rangamati on Saturday.

  • Tasty fruit, hefty profit

    Madhusudan Talukder started planting orange saplings on two acres of land in Rangamati's Naniarchar upazila in 2007. By 2014, half of his 700 trees yielded fruits ready for sale.

  • Rambutan starts rocking Rangamati

    Rambutan, a tropical fruit closely related to the litchi, has started making its bright colourful appearance in Rangamati.

  • Warning falling on deaf ears

    A signboard on a corner of Simultoli ominously declares: “Identified as a landslide-prone area. Settlement prohibited.” A sudden clap of thunder increases the sense of foreboding.

  • Gun attack kills 5 in Rangamati

    Just a day after the killing of Shaktiman Chakma, chairman of Naniarchar Upazila Parishad in Rangamati, another five people were shot dead in the hill district yesterday. The five, including a Bangalee driver, were on a microbus full of political leaders and activists headed for Hugurmara area of the upazila to attend the funeral of Shaktiman.

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    Upazila chairman shot dead in Rangamati

    The vice president of Parbattya Chattogram Jana Samhati Samity's MN Larma faction Shaktimaan Chakma, 55, was killed in a gun

  • Rangamati upazila chairman shot dead

    An upazila parishad chairman is shot dead in Naniachar upazila of Rangamati.

  • 3 cottages gutted in Sajek fire

    At least 3 tourist cottages are gutted in a fire at Sajek valley in Baghaichhari upazila of Rangamati.

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    Pineapples in March

    Usually associated with the monsoon months, the sweet taste of pineapple has arrived early in Rangamati. The district's pineapple farmers are currently busy harvesting, enjoying the additional income benefits of selling the fruit out of season.

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    Marma girls taken to ex-UP chairman's house: cops

    The two Marma sisters released from hospital on Thursday have been taken to the house of a former union parishad chairman in Rangmati.

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    BCL men beat 2 more journos in Rangamati

    A day after assaulting a journalist, Chhatra League men yesterday beat up two more reporters in Rangamati, police and witnesses said.

  • 'Rape' of Marma Girl: Questions aplenty

    The two Marma sisters, one of whom was allegedly raped and the other sexually assaulted by members of security forces last week, are undergoing treatment at Rangamati Sadar Hospital under tight security.

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    Dawn-to-dusk hartal underway in Rangamati

    A dawn-to-dusk hartal enforced by district unit of Jubo League protesting the killing of its Jurachhari unit leader is going on in the district.

  • Longadu Fire: 3 months on, they're still homeless

    More than three months after the burning down of indigenous people's houses in Longadu upazila of Rangamati, it now seems to be a

  • Kaptai, Rangamati: Villagers suffer as bridge damaged

    A bridge connecting Dulonnye to the rest of Kaptai upazila in Rangamati has remained damaged for around one and a half months,

  • Disaster warning falls on deaf ears

    It is a glaring example of how ineffective measures by the local administration and people's carelessness can lead to loss of lives. Only five weeks ago, rain-induced landslides killed over 170 people in the hill districts, 120 of them in Rangamati alone. Such a high death toll should have been an eye-opener both for the administration as well as for those living precariously in the hill slopes. But yesterday's deaths of five people in a Sitakunda landslide are evidence that last month's warning fell on deaf ears.

  • Landslide again in Rangamati, no casualty

    A portion of a hill falls down in Rangamati amid heavy rainfall and fresh fears of landslides.

  • Army recovers arms, ammo in Rangamati

    The army recovered two AK-47 rifles and other arms and ammunition in a drive in Rangamati's Longadu upazila early yesterday.

  • Nobody to blame for the landslides

    As the landslides wreaked havoc over Chittagong division in the last two weeks, there was one thing that everyone was at a consensus about – this was a man-made disaster.

  • Live from a ghost town

    Landslides in Rangamati is a wake-up call for the country.