The Bangladesh Sports Press Association is set to accord reception to 10 athletes from seven disciplines to mark the organisation’s 60th anniversary.
We are happy to know that Siddiqur Rahman, the third-year student of political science at Government Titumir College, has been given a job of a telephone operator at the state-owned Essential Drugs Company Limited.
Titumir College student Siddiqur Rahman, who lost his eyesight in police action in Shahbagh on July 20, has been given a job at a
A five-member medical board has been formed to follow up the treatment of Titumir College student Siddiqur Rahman, whose eyes were damaged in “police excess” during a demonstration in Shahbagh on July 20.
The Human Rights Forum Bangladesh (HRFB), a network of 19 rights bodies, has demanded exemplary punishment of the policemen who took the action that led to the loss of eyesight of Titumir College student Siddiqur Rahman in Shahbagh.
Titumir college student Siddiqur Rahman, whose eyes were damaged in “police excess” during a demonstration in Shahbagh on July 20, has been flown to India for better treatment.
Accidents can and do happen. But to try to cover it up is not the answer. On the contrary a thorough and objective inquiry as to what actually happened can help prevent such accidents or take to task those that violated the standing orders.
A day after the government announced the proposed budget for 2016-17 fiscal year, the garment makers demand continuation of 0.3 percent source tax instead of increasing it to 1.5 percent.