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Unite against politics of anarchy: Mannan
BNP Secretary General and LGRD and Cooperatives Minister Abdul Mannan Bhuiyan yesterday called on all to be imbued with the spirit of the Language Movement and united against all sorts of anarchy.
 
Bomb attack Case
2 outlaws sent to jail
Iqbal Hossain Swadhin and Merajul Islam, two of the four outlaws arrested in journalist Dip Azad bomb attack case, were sent to Khulna district jail after the expiry of their five-day remand yesterday.
 
Youth drowns in lake
A youth drowned in the lake of a local tourist complex yesterday.
He was identified as Ariful Islam, 24, an employee of Brac Bank at Gazipur, and resident of Mirpur.

 
Primet awards students
Primet Programme has awarded 1,005 students for their success in medical admission tests across the country under 2004-05 academic session.
 
7th congress of Workers Party begins tomorrow
The seventh congress of the Workers Party of Bangladesh will begin at the Eidgah Maidan in Jessore tomorrow.
The inaugural ceremony of the five-day congress will be held at 2.30pm.

 
Children's film festival in Ctg
A three-day children's film festival will begin in the port city tomorrow.
 
Ashura observed
The holy Ashura was observed across the country on Sunday with due religious fervour, commemorating the martyrdom of Hazrat Imam Hossain (R), grandson of Prophet Hazrat Muhammad (SM).
 
Lions Club VP Ashok Mehta arrives
First International Vice-President of Lions Clubs International Ashok Mehta arrived in Dhaka yesterday on a three-day visit to ascertain its project activities in Bangladesh, particularly the Sight-First
 

 
   
 
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