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  • People wait in a queue to collect water from a pump at Tejkunipara in the capital as water supply in the area by the Dhaka Water Supply Authority fell drastically. — Sourav Lasker


Residents complain about city’s water crisis

People wait in a queue to collect water from a pump at Tejkunipara in the capital as water supply in the area by the Dhaka Water Supply Authority fell drastically. — Sourav Lasker
Residents of several neighbourhoods of the city complained about acute water crisis they were facing, but the chief of Dhaka Water Supply and Sewerage Authority, the lone... Full story

BNP hints at JS boycott

The opposition chief whip, Zainul Abdin Farroque, on Wednesday said that Bangladesh Nationalist Party might not attend the parliament session from today if the prime minister’s... Full story

Bus to AL rally overturns, 20 injured in Ctg

At least 20 Awami League activists were injured when a bus carrying them overturned in the Chittagong city on Wednesday afternoon. They were going from the... Full story

Farmers block highways for fair price of agri-products

Farmers across the country on Wednesday staged sit-in demonstrations and blocked highways at some places to press home their demands including profitable price of agricultural products... Full story

Aug 21 case deposition deferred

A Dhaka Court on Wednesday deferred witnesses’ deposition in the August 21 grenade attack case till April 9 following plea from defence lawyers. The court of judge Shahed Nur Uddin... Full story

Transport workers protest over fellow arrest, students retaliate in city

Transport workers on Wednesday launched demonstrations in the capital in protest at a bus driver’s arrest following a road accident that killed a Dhaka College student. Full story

Murdered man’s family accuses law enforcers of abduction

The family of a man, who was found dead with bullet wounds in the capital on Tuesday, complained that he did not return after plainclothes law enforcers earlier picked him up. Full story

1,432 Bangladeshi peacekeepers awarded UN medal

A total of 1,432 Bangladeshi peacekeepers were awarded UN medals for their devoted services to the United Nations Mission in Liberia. The medals were given at... Full story

Brick field clash, 30 injured

At least thirty persons, including women were injured in a clash over prior enmity at Akbar Nagar village under Fatulla, Narayanganj on Wednesday. Local people said that the... Full story

Refused youth knifes girl cousin in Patuakhali

A schoolgirl was stabbed by her cousin on Tuesday evening at a Patuakhali village after she refused his marriage proposal. The victim, Farzana, 15, is a Class X student... Full story

Man killed in Natore crash

A young man was killed as a truck hit his motorcycle in Harishpur Bypass area in Natore on Wednesday morning. The deceased is Shamsul Alam, an employee of Natore livestock and fisheries department. Full story

BGB man killed in accidental discharge

A Bangladesh Border Guard jawan was killed when he pulled the trigger of his rifle accidentally on Tuesday afternoon. The deceased was Tamij Uddin, Subedar of BGB... Full story

Newspaper people give govt till Apr 2 to set up wage board

Sangbadik Sramik Karmachari Oikya Parishad at a protest rally in front of the National Press Club on Wednesday gave the Awami League-led government till April 2 to set up the eighth wage board. Full story

House looted, 5 hurt at Savar

Robbers wounded at least five people as they looted gold, valuables and cash from a house at Bagunbari at Savar in Dhaka on Tuesday night. Local people said a gang... Full story

BEPZA project for empowering women wins IFC award

International Finance Corporation, a member of the World Bank Group, has recognised the Bangladesh Export Processing Zones Authority as one of the top three winners of its annual... Full story

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