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Karnaphuli Paper Mill now a losing concern
High price of inputs, undue advantage by CBA leaders blamed
Rangamati: Once profitable Karnaphuli Paper Mill (KMP), the country's largest and oldest paper mill, is now a loss-making unit.
Teesta project dam breaches again
Farmers say the project is now a woe for them
The embankment of Teesta Irrigation Project has breached again, inundating over 500 acres of IRRI-Boro fields and covering a vast area with sand.
Tengratila Blowout
Relief well drilling now begins late March
Drilling of the relief well in Tengratila Gas Field to seal the main well will be delayed further as 'few more weeks' will be needed to complete the preparatory work.
Export of Potato Starch
Swiss envoy visits Flat factory in Joypurhat
Juerg Casserini, Head of Mission and Hans Peter Fitze, Deputy Head of Mission of the Embassy of Switzerland, visited the factory of Flamingo Agro-Tech Ltd (Flat) at Tilakpur in Jaypurhat district on
Nepotism to recruit JU teacher?
Authorities at Jahangirnagar University (JU) and the Archaeology department there have allegedly initiated some illegal means to appoint teachers in three posts of Lecturer in the department.
Akhaura border calm after flag meeting
A peaceful situation prevails along Akhaura border after a successful BDR-BSF flag meeting held on the 'No Man's Land' on Friday.
Toll: College principal threatened with death
Extortionists, failing to realise toll, threatened a college principal with death in Jaldhaka upazila.
PCJSS man held, arms recovered
An alleged cadre of Parbattya Chattagram Jono Sanghaty Samity (PCJSS) was arrested by the joint forces from Barbindu Ghat in Baghaichhari upazila on Saturday, according to army sources.
Attack on Shalika newsman condemned
Journalists in Shalikha upazila in Magura at a meeting at the local press club on Monday demanded arrest of miscreants involved in the attack on Dainik Bhorer Dak correspondent Abdur Rob on Friday night.
100 hurt in clash over land
At least 100 people including a woman were injured in a clash between two groups of villagers at Madir Haor of Ashurail village under Buresheyar union in Nasirnagar upazila over cutting grass from a disputed
'Outlaw' arrested
An 'outlaw' was arrested after a gunfight with the Sadar police on Sunday.
The arrested person is Rabbani, a regional leader of the outlawed Purbo Banglar Communist Party-ML.

Steps to contain smuggling by train
A decision was taken at a meeting of the district law and order committee here on Saturday to take certain measures to contain smuggling by trains, stop traffic jam on roads in the district town and haltage

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