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  • Vehicles get stuck on the road at Bangla Motors in the capital on Friday amid severe traffic congestion because of heavy rush after a spell of opposition blockade. — New Age photo

  • Jatiya Sangsad speaker Shirin Sharmin Chaudhury addresses the reunion of Shamsunnahar Hall Alumni Association at Dhaka University on Friday. — New Age photo

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Mad rush causes city people to suffer on roads

Vehicles get stuck on the road at Bangla Motors in the capital on Friday amid severe traffic congestion because of heavy rush after a spell of opposition blockade. — New Age photo
Dhaka city on Friday experienced severe traffic congestion as almost all roads, lanes and by-lanes were choked with unusual traffic gridlock on weekends, causing immense sufferings to the city dwellers. Full story

Reunion of Dhaka Univ Shamsunnahar Hall held

Jatiya Sangsad speaker Shirin Sharmin Chaudhury addresses the reunion of Shamsunnahar Hall Alumni Association at Dhaka University on Friday. — New Age photo
The reunion of the former resident students of Dhaka University̢۪s Shamsunnahar Hall was held on Friday amid festivity on the hall premises. Jatiya Sangshad speaker Shirin Sharmin Chaudhury and... Full story

PIB holds women, children dev dialogue in Barisal

The Press Institute of Bangladesh organised a dialogue at Barisal Zila Parishad auditorium on Friday as a part of the ‘mass communication programme in developing children and women’. The participants in the programme emphasised... Full story

Monitoring stressed to check TB spread

Health experts have observed that lack of proper monitoring on the directly observed treatment programme of tuberculosis multi-drug-resistant TB is spreading in the country. They have advised the government to... Full story

Police prevent JCD̢۪s procession at DU

The law enforcers prevented the Bangladesh Nationalist Party̢۪s student wing Jatiyatabadi Chhatra Dal activists from bringing out a procession on Dhaka University campus on Friday. Witnesses said the police chased the JCD men as they were trying... Full story

United Airways to provide SCC with excavator

The United Airways Limited, a private airliner, has pledged to provide an automatic excavator to the Sylhet City Corporation authorities to accelerate the project of renovating and reclaiming land of main canals in the city. Full story

Tk 1.28cr distributed among RCC staff

Mayor of Rangpur city and valiant freedom fighter Sharfuddin Ahmed Jhantu distributed Tk 1.28 crore as gratuity among 29 retired RCC officials and employees Thursday afternoon. The mayor distributed cheques for the gratuity benefits among... Full story

Dry weather likely

Weather may remain dry with temporary partly cloudy sky over the country till 6:00pm today. Night and day temperature may remain nearly unchanged over the country, Met Office said. Full story


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