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‘If Khaleda can’t prove corruption, case will be filed’

Loading... General Secretary of Awami League and transport and Bridge minister Obaidul Quader threatened BNP Chairperson Khaleda Zia. He said, if she can’t show proof of corruption in the issue of Padma bridge, a case will be filed against her. He told in a workers rallyorganizedby Awami League at Mirpur-10 …

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No security threat following Liton killing: Kamal

Home Minister Asaduzzaman Khan Kamal today said there is no security threat following the killing of lawmaker Monzurul Islam Liton. “The government is not alarmed about security issue in the country, as law enforcers are working to identify killers of Liton,” he told newsmen at his ministry office. The minister …

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Cost of living in Dhaka rises 6.47 pc in 2016: CAB

Cost of living increased by 6.47 percent while prices of commodities and services by 5.81 percent in the capital in the just concluded year. Consumers Association of Bangladesh (CAB) revealed this information in a study report published today. According to CAB statistics, cost of living had increased by 6.38 percent …

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Vegetable production rises by 32% in six years

Agronomist today expected the country to be self- sufficient in vegetable production in the coming decade as its yields grew by 32 percent in the past six years despite a lower level of intake because of people`s typical food habit. According to latest agriculture ministry statistics the country produced 143,47,000 …

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Medicinal benefits of ginger you probably didn`t know

Ginger is one of the most widely used ingredients in home remedies. It has carminative properties, making it the perfect condiment to have for various health conditions. And winter is the perfect weather to use it, let’s see how… Makes your body warm and cozy Ginger contains compounds like gingerols …

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Mashrafe positive despite whitewash

Bangladesh captain Mashrafe Bin Mortaza was searching for words to express yet another inexplicable batting collapse against New Zealand after the third and final one-dayer at the Saxton Oval in Nelson yesterday. The Black Caps won the game by eight wickets to complete a 3-0 series sweep but the post-match …

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