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Front Pagearrow EC grapples with too many parties
Political parties have mushroomed since the independence, raising the number ahead of the next parliamentary elections to 111 from 14 in the first general elections in 1973.
 arrow Govt mulls life term to check adulteration
The penalty for food adulteration is such a piffling amount under current measures that adulterators are hardly being punished, prompting the government to amend the decades old 'Pure Food Ordinance-1959.
 arrow DMCH 'death trap'
Patients here lie crowded in the corridor beside resident cats and visiting skunks, risking occasional stampedes and rainwater bringing in germs and filth from a perpetually overflowing garbage bin adjacent
 arrow Niko skirts plan to drill relief well
Canadian company Niko will not begin the drilling of the relief well in Tengratila as per schedule from today as it is now planning to drill a well in an opposite direction to collect geological dataabout
 arrow Dhaka tries hard to save US GSP
Dhaka is making hectic efforts to save the generalised system of preference (GSP) facility offered by the USA from being axed as demanded by a heightened global campaign for lack of trade union rights
 arrow CEC to ask govt soon for independent secretariat
Chief Election Commissioner (CEC) MA Aziz yesterday said he will send a proposal to the government soon for setting up an independent secretariat for the Election Commission (EC).
 arrow Moudud blames it on home ministry
Law Minister Moudud Ahmed yesterday said his ministry would have opposed the recent presidential amnesty to a convict, had it known that two other people convicted of the same charge of murder had already
 arrow Tk 233cr project for DND formulated
An inter-ministerial meeting yesterday decided to request the Prime Minister's Office (PMO) to constitute an authority on Dhaka-Narayanganj-Demra (DND) project to solve the problem of water logging and
 arrow CCTV set up at 6 DMP stations
Closed-circuit televisions (CCTVs) have been installed at Motijheel, Sabujbagh, Paltan, Khilgaon, Demra and Shutrapur police stations in the city to monitor activities of the duty officers.
 arrow Bangla Bhai's driver held during kidnap attempt
Police yesterday evening arrested a one-time chauffeur of Bangla Bhai when he along with two cohorts went to Kaliganj Bazar allegedly to kidnap a businessman.
 arrow Man takes 11 shots at Badda
An unidentified gang last night sprayed dozens of bullets at a young man, also unidentified, leaving him seriously injured at Badda in the city.
 arrow Make loan dear for hoarders
The high-powered Fiscal Co-ordination Council in its first-ever meeting yesterday asked all banks to step up their interest rates on loans given to hoarders to contain the spiralling inflation and price
 arrow 35 accused in charge-sheet acquitted
A Khulna court yesterday acquitted all the 35 charge-sheeted accused in the daily Anirvan journalist Shukur Hossain murder case.
 arrow Benapole port users threaten indefinite strike
Bangladeshi users of Benpole land port, which is already paralysed by the Indian truckers' strike, have threatened to go for an indefinite strike from July 28 to press their 12-point demand.
 arrow Most areas in Ctg still without power
Most areas of the port city were still without power yesterday, although the authorities managed to restore supply in a few areas after repairing one of the transformers that tripped on Saturday afternoon.
 arrow Rotten meat seized at posh restaurant
The government-formed mobile court yesterday seized rotten meat and unapproved sauce from Sajna, a well known restaurant in Gulshan, and also conducted a drive at Wimpy's, a prominent fast food shop in
 arrow London cops killed innocent man
Police identified the man who was chased down in a subway and shot to death by plainclothes officers as a Brazilian and said Saturday they no longer believed he was tied to the recent terror bombings.
 arrow Truck bomb kills 40 at Baghdad police station
The US military said at least 40 civilians were killed in a truck bomb blast outside a Baghdad police station yesterday, citing Iraqi police as the source, but the police put the death toll at 22.
 arrow Shocked Muslims call for unity against terror
The world's Muslims were urged yesterday to unite against terror after the bombings in Egypt's top tourist resort, roundly condemned in the Arab press as barbaric attacks that do nothing to serve their
 arrow Negotiations on Safta to end by Oct
The Safta negotiations are expected to conclude by October through resolving the remaining issues to give effect to the agreement on the South Asian Free Trade Area (Safta), as experts from the member-states
 arrow Teletalk, GP sign Interconnection deal
State-owned cellphone operator Teletalk Limited yesterday signed interconnection agreement with the country's leading cellular operator GrameenPhone Limited, officials said.
 arrow Asean boost for Dhaka
Southeast Asian officials recommended Sunday that Bangladesh be admitted to Asia's biggest security forum, the Asean Regional Forum.
 arrow Rejoinder, our reply
Russian company Technopromex-port (TPE) in a rejoinder to a report headlined 'Siddhirganj Power Plant: Extra Russian staff cost additional Tk 5cr a year' published in the July 19 issue of The Daily Star
Businessarrow China keen to cut trade gap with Bangladesh
China wants to reduce the huge trade gap with Bangladesh, which is in favour of the Asian economic giant, and is eyeing to increase import from the country to serve the purpose, Chinese Ambassador inDhaka
 arrow Raise farm subsidy
Bangladesh provides less than two percent of the total farm output as subsidy while the permissible amount of support under WTO provisions is 10 percent, speakers told a seminar in Dhaka yesterday.
 arrow Time-bound plan on cards to reduce diesel use
The government plans to undertake a time-bound programme to bring down the use of diesel in the country by introducing alternative energy sources.
 arrow Ring Shine resumes production
Production in Ring Shine Textiles Ltd (RSTL), the second largest company in Dhaka Export Processing Zone (DEPZ), resumed yesterday after a four-day suspension.
 arrow Sustainable recovery expected
With the notable exception of rising government debt, it is hard to find anything particularly wrong with the Japanese economy right now.
 arrow Minister to hold meet with bickering BTMA, BGMEA, BKMEA men
Against the backdrop of strained relations between the trade bodies in the readymade garment sector the textile and jute minister has decided to hold a joint meeting with the two conflicting groups.
 arrow 3-day housing fair in Ctg from August 11
A three-day housing fair, organised by Bangladesh Real Estate Directory, will begin in Chittagong on August 11.
 arrow Talks with Tata deferred
The pre-scheduled negotiations between the government and Indian conglomerate Tata have been deferred due to the possible change of the Bangladesh side head Finance Secretary Zakir Ahmed Khan.
 arrow Workshop on ISO, environment management begins
Ensuring the standard of products through improving management quality is key to competing in the global market, Energy and Mineral Resources Ministry Adviser Mahmudur Rahman said yesterday.
 arrow Brokerage firms ordered to become limited cos by Dec 31
The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) yesterday ordered all the proprietorship-based brokerage firms to become limited companies by December 31, 2005, official sources said.
 arrow China gains temporary respite from US trade pressure
China may have won only a short breathing space in its testy trade relations with the United States after enacting a small but highly symbolic revaluation of its currency.
 arrow Ceylon bank launches new savings scheme
Commercial Bank of Ceylon has launched a new savings product, Dream Planner Savings account.
 arrow Volkswagen to pay $2.4m in damages to Indian state
The German automaker Volkswagen has said it will pay almost two million euros (2.
Sportsarrow Football: Reds return to form
A matured performance helped Mukti-joddha Sang-sad shrug off a spirited and stubborn Youngmen's Club Fakirerpool with two late goals in the Premier Football League yesterday.
 arrow Cricket: Ball in captain's court
Five years ago Naimur Rahman walked on to the hollowed turf of the Bangabandhu National Stadium with his opposite number, the India's captain Sourav Ganguly for the toss.
 arrow Cricket: Lord's England's nightmare
Australia beat England by 239 runs to win the first Test at Lord's here Sunday with more than a day to spare.
 arrow Cricket: Sangakkara piles on pressure
Kumar Sangakkara hit 135 not out in between frustrating rain delays as hosts Sri Lanka tightened their grip on the second cricket Test against the West Indies on Sunday.
 arrow Cricket: Rain ruins BD A tour game
Hampshire's limited-overs match against touring Bangladesh A was the first to be abandoned as rain swept the south of England on Sunday.
 arrow 'Govt won't interfere in fed polls'
State Minister for Youth and Sports Fazlur Rahman said yesterday that the government will not interfere in the coming sports federation elections.
 arrow NSC employee in BCB: Why?
The Sommilito Krira Paribar (SKP) has sought the running of sports in the country by real organisers and keep to it free from politics.
 arrow Cricket: Vaas to miss tri-series opener
Sri Lanka's leading fast bowler Chaminda Vaas is likely to miss the start of the triangular series against West Indies and India, the team's physiotherapist said on Sunday.
 arrow Chess: Masum, Sharif share lead
Masum Hossain and Sharif Hossain jointly led the points table in Class VI to X group with maximum five points each after the fifth round of the 7th Standard Chartered school chess tournament yesterday.
 arrow Cycling: Tour de Armstrong
American Lance Armstrong secured his seventh Tour de France yellow jersey following the 21st and final stage, his final race before retiring, held over 144km from Corbeil-Essonnes here Sunday.
 arrow Football: Inter's England concern
Inter Milan are reviewing their decision to call off next week's four match tour of England over safety fears sparked by the London bombings.
 arrow Football: 'No retirement plans,' says Ronaldo
Ronaldo said he is not planning to leave the Brazilian national squad after the 2006 World Cup.
 arrow Cricket: Killing 'em softly
The key, according to England, was to play the ball, not the reputation.
Shane Warne, they decided before the first Ashes Test, could no longer spin the ball square.

 arrow Football: Figo does it for Real
Raul, Guti and Luis Figo scored for Real Madrid as the Spanish giants did just enough to beat Beijing Hyundai 3-2 at a rain-soaked and half-empty Workers' Stadium here Saturday.
 arrow Football: Shearer needs five more
Veteran striker Alan Shearer moved within five goals of breaking Newcastle United's club record of 199 on Saturday.
 arrow Football: Carlos' EU passport is good news for Robinho
Real Madrid left-back Roberto Carlos hopes securing dual-citizenship of Spain and Brazil will free up one of the club's three non-European Union places for transfer target Robinho.
 arrow Cricket: Waugh paints familiar picture
Mark Waugh, who won the Ashes six times, believes England's quick return to the mistakes of previous sides will remain for the rest of the series.
 arrow Football: Pele's all-stars game postponed
A team of World Cup all-stars led by Pele has indefinitely postponed their tsunami charity match in Thailand as the Brazilian football legend tends to family matters, a Thai official said Sunday.
Metropolitanarrow Jamal Uddin's family seeks PM's help to know his fate
The family of abducted Jamal Uddin Ahmed Chowdhury has urged the prime minister to let them know if the magnate is still alive and, if so, his whereabouts and means to get him back.
 arrow Poverty-free Bangladesh govt's main objective
Seeking cooperation from the World Bank in realising the vision, Prime Minister Khaleda Zia yesterday said her government's main objective is to build a poverty-free, developed Bangladesh by tapping its
 arrow JS body criticises finance ministry for not providing funds
A parliamentary body yesterday criticised the finance ministry for not providing funds for establishing soil testing laboratories at union level to help farmers use appropriate fertiliser.
 arrow Students threaten tougher agitation
Female students of Fazilatunnesa Mujib Hall of Dhaka University (DU) yesterday urged the university authorities to help bring back congenial atmosphere at their hall through discussions.
 arrow Cancel forest ministry's decision on timber
Timber traders yesterday demanded cancellation of a government decision declaring illegal the timber collected under the Jot permit in Chittagong Hill Tracts (CHT) area.
 arrow DU officers' work abstention from today
The Dhaka University Officers' Association will observe a 'work abstention' programme today and tomorrow to press home their 20-point demand, including elimination of salary discrimination and participation
 arrow 13.5kg silver recovered
The Detective Branch (DB) of police yesterday recovered the 13.5 kilogram silver ornaments robbed from a jewellery employee at Tantibazar crossing in Kotwali by five policemen in the capital on July 20.
 arrow Another accused surrenders
Another accused in last year's sensational arms haul case surrendered before the Court of Chittagong Metropolitan Sessions Judge AKM Anwar Hossain yesterday.
 arrow Students demand arrest of culprits in Gaibandha
Several hundred girl students staged a demonstration in Shaghata upazila and blocked the Gaibandha-Shaghata road for two hours yesterday, demanding arrest of the culprits who raped their fellow student
 arrow FM rebuts US congressman's remark against Islam
Dhaka sharply reacted to an "outrageous" remark made against Islam by a US congressman, who reportedly made an insidious plea for bombing Makkah and Madina the two holiest Muslim sites.
 arrow Hindu Religion Trustee Board meet held
The first meeting of the newly formed trustee board of the Hindu Religion Welfare Trust was held at Paribagh in the city yesterday.
 arrow Five to die for killing UP member
The Speedy Trial Tribunal of Sylhet Division yesterday awarded death sentence to five for murdering a union parishad (UP) member of Sunamganj district.
 arrow Police foil siege to Niko office
Police yesterday prevented the processionists from laying a siege to Niko office in the city.
 arrow Renovated Sayedabad bus terminal opens
The newly renovated Sayedabad inter-district bus terminal in the city was formally inaugurated yesterday leaving many things undone to make it a modern terminal.
 arrow 'Donate money to Ahsania Mission Cancer Hospital'
The government has announced a tax exemption on money donated to Ahsania Mission Cancer Hospital (AMCH).
 arrow Course for deputy secys begins at BPATC
The 50th Advanced Course on Administration and Development began at the Bangladesh Public Administration Training Centre (BPATC) in Savar yesterday, a press release said.
 arrow Imam, Hashem BFUNPW president, secy
Mohammad Fazle Imam of The Daily Ittefaq and Mohammad Abul Hashem of The Daily Star have been re-elected president and secretary general of Bangladesh Federal Union of Newspaper Press Workers (BFUNPW),
 arrow Jalil goes to S'pore for check-up
Awami League General Secretary Abdul Jalil MP left for Singapore on Saturday night for medical check-up.
Nationalarrow Tengratila victims start 15-day agitation
The Tengratila Dabi Aday sangram Parishad, a non-poliitcal forum of affected people of Tengratila gas filed area, has announced a fortnight long agitation programme to realise their 8-point demand.
 arrow Free CMCH from ruling party goons
Journalists in Chittagong yesterday held a big rally and brought out a procession in the port city demanding immediate arrest and punishment of the persons involved in the physical torture on a journalist
 arrow AL won't join polls without caretaker reform, says Jalil
Awami League General Secretary Abdul Jalil MP has said his party will not join the next parliamentary polls without caretaker reform.
 arrow 8 cops acquitted of robbery charge in Meherpur
The Speedy Trail Tribunal, Meherpur on Saturday dismissed the case lodged against eight policemen for their alleged robbery in a house at Bamundi village in Gangni upazila in Meherpur district on June
 arrow Illegal clinics, labs defy order to shut down business
Illegal clinics and pathological laboratories in Shyamnagar upazila are doing a brisk business defying Satkhira civil surgeon's order to shut those down.
 arrow 8 criminals held in Tangail: Two pistols, knives recovered
Police in a drive on Saturday morning arrested eight criminals from an auto-rickshaw stand here. Two foreign-made pistols with bullets, five mechets and three knives were recovered from their possession.
 arrow College girl found dead
Juthika Rani Gain,22, a student of first year honours class of Daulatpur Govt BL University College was found dead inside the toilet of a mess in Nirala residential area here on Friday.
 arrow Road barricade for UNO's removal
Local people, joined by leaders of political parties, barricaded roads to the Rajostholi upazila headquarter yesterday demanding removal of Upazila Nirbahi Officer (UNO) Zahurul Huque.
 arrow MPOs of 10 high schools cancelled
The monthly pay order (MPO) of 10 high schools of the district has been cancelled due to bad performance in the SSC examination this year.
 arrow 3 forest officials suspended
Cox's Bazar forest office has suspended three staff following detection of their involvement in timber smuggling two months ago.
Culturearrow Gazi Rakayet on Poribar O Ekti Company
Gazi Rakayet is a promising actor-director of the small screen who has attained wide appreciation.
 arrow Promising photographs and paintings
Hamiduzzaman Khan , speaking about Aminul Haque Shanto's exhibition at the Zainul Gallery, says, " His photographs are truly beautiful.
 arrow Shishu Pacharer Itikotha staged
Centre for Ethnic Children (CEC), an organisation that intends to generate awareness on the trafficking of women and children, is staging a play on child trafficking.
 arrow Wear Borsha
To celebrate the monsoon, Nittyo Upohar is holding a display that includes works of renowned as well as aspiring artists, printed on T-shirts.
Generalarrow Slum children appeal for water, sanitation facilities
Children and juveniles living in slum areas in the city's Malibagh area appealed to the ward commissioner to ensure water and sanitation facilities for them.
 arrow Antar Showbiz donation for Rotary Club
Rotary Club of Dhaka North West received Tk 2 lakh as donation from Antar Showbiz Ltd Managing Director Shopon Chowdhury on the occasion of the 30th installation ceremony of the Club, says a press release.
 arrow Vietnamese envoy calls on Yusuf
Ambassador of Vietnam Ngo Van Hoa called on Food and Disaster Management Minister Chowdhury Kamal Ibne Yusuf at his secretarial office in the city yesterday.
 arrow French Professor meets DU VC
Professor Dr Christian France-Lanord, Director Research of CNRS-CRPG, Nancy, France called on Dhaka University (DU) Vice-Chancellor Professor SMA Faiz here yesterday at the latter's office.
 arrow Sirajul Islam receives Lions Int'l award
Lion M Sirajul Islam, a former member of parliament, has been awarded the 'Ambassador of Goodwill' of Lions Inter-national at a ceremony held at the Bangladesh-China Friendship Conference Centre in the
Internationalarrow Egypt sweeps Sinai for attackers
Egypt launched a vast manhunt yesterday after the multiple bombings in the Red Sea resort of Sharm el-Sheikh that killed 88 people and fuelled global terror fears after the London attacks.
 arrow Pakistan to try militants under anti-terrorism law
Pakistan will try over a hundred members of different militant groups, detained in the central Punjab province over the past week in a crackdown on extremists, an official said on Saturday.
 arrow Pro-west policies put Egypt in al-Qaeda's sights: Analysts
Multiple bombings that killed at least 88 people Saturday in Sharm el-Sheikh are the latest evidence that Egypt's pro-western policies have made it a target of choice of the al-Qaeda network, analysts
 arrow Manmohan faces tough grilling over US trip
India's Prime Minister Manmohan Singh faces a grilling when parliament reopens today over whether he gave away too much in striking a landmark nuclear technology deal during his trip to the United States
 arrow Sharon vows harsh response to attacks
Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon yesterday threatened harsh military action against Palestinian militants after a Jerusalem couple was murdered by gunmen in the occupied Gaza Strip.
 arrow Musharraf squeezed between global terror and local anger
Caught between Western demands to fight Islamic terrorism and protests from hardline Muslims at home, Pakistan's leader faces a dilemma that will only grow with each new attack, analysts say.
 arrow Attacks in UK, Egypt linked by ideology
The close timing of the attacks which have killed more than 130 people in London and the Egyptian resort of Sharm el-Sheikh was largely coincidental, with no mastermind behind the planning, experts said
 arrow Egyptian polls face bombing blues
The deadly attacks in Sharm el-Sheikh, Egypt's flagship resort and second seat of power, dealt a blow to the regime six weeks before a landmark presidential election but could also inhibit the opposition,
 arrow Americans say World War III likely: Poll
Americans are far more likely than the Japanese to expect another world war in their lifetime, according to AP-Kyodo polling 60 years after World War II ended.
 arrow Suicide blasts give new urgency to ARF meet
The attacks in London and Egypt have given new urgency to the annual meeting here this week of Asia's main security forum, which will adopt measures to boost the region's defences against terrorism.
 arrow Dawood stays away from daughter's wedding
The much talked about wedding of underworld don Dawood Ibrahim's daughter with former Pakistani Test cricketer Javed Miandad's son was solemnised at a five star hotel amid a cloak of secrecy and highsecurity.
Editorialarrow Editorial: CEC's confusing initiative
The Election Commission's dramatic move to invite 99 political parties to a dialogue on voter-list may be well intended but is clearly ill-conceived and failure-prone.
 arrow Editorial: Cops as robber?
The recent arrest of four policemen including an assistant sub-inspector with charges of extortion and snatching ornaments from employees of a jewellery house has sent shock waves across the society.
 arrow Stalled peace process between India and Pakistan
Notwithstanding far too many disappointments to permit anything other than a cynical view of the peace process now underway between the subcontinent's two arch rivals, the joint statement issued in New
 arrow Whither our sense of responsibility?
We did not agitate and politically demand electricity during the British rule.
 arrow 'London bombings, violence and Islam'
Mr Asghar Ali Engineer's article London bombings, violence and Islam (DS -21.07.05)is very shocking .
Letters to Editorarrow Humanitarianism
According to Michel H Hart, the most influential persons in history, from Hazrat Muhammad (SM) to Michelangelo, worked for humanitarian cause. We were born in this earth as humans.
 arrow Optional retirement
Congratulations to the government. Finally it has declared the new pay scale in light of the recommendations of 6th Pay Commission.
 arrow No more lip-service
Bangladesh observed the World Day against Child Labour in a befitting manner on June 12. To mark the day with due fanfare many seminars and symposiums were arranged across the country.
 arrow Dhaka University
Dhaka University is the biggest educational institution in the country. By its standard of education and academic feats, Dhaka University has gained national and international recognition.
 arrow GPA-5
Saturday, July-9, 2005. When the results of SSC were announced we saw a lot of students gained the top ranked score which means the GPA-5.
 arrow Where is their security?
A news item published in the Bangladesh Observer on July 5, 2005 has made me very sad.
 arrow Failing in English
To fail in English in the exams is a common problem. Most of the students cut a sorry figure in English. And this unexpected and shocking failure is increasing day by day.
 arrow Misuse of mobile phone
There are millions subscribers of cellular phone in our country. Among them a large number of users are women.
 arrow Djuice ad
I have seen Grameen's new Djuice ad on TV. I am sorry to say that the ad is very boring. It is about a man showing his negative attitude and singing the song "Jakaa-na-khaa".
 arrow Motor cycle on footpath
Motor cycle on footpath is a very common sight these days. However, this is strictly prohibited by the law and traffic managers should not allow anybody to ride motorcycle on footpath.
 arrow No dress code!
Bangladesh is a strange country no official formal dress code! How's that?
In hot sticky tropical climate, tie and suit are popular.

 arrow Minister for district
The government has appointed a minister for every district with a view to co-ordinating works of the district and to seeing the real picture of the roads, schools, colleges and other important things
 arrow Protect our resources
Throughout the history of human race, major advances in civilisation have been accompanied by an increased consumption of energy.
 arrow Dollar crisis
It has been learnt from the reports published in the national dailies that many banks are refusing L/C opening because of the very high price of the dollar and also because of its non-availability.
 arrow Use of coal and gas
The Energy Advisor GoB has a point in suggesting (DS July 5) extensive use of gas cylinders for supplying gas to homes for cooking (it would also cover the remote rural areas).
 arrow National University
We are third year students of the English Department under the National University. We got our 2nd year results a few days ago.
 arrow Modonaghat Bridge
I am an inhabitant of Rawzan. So, whenever I go to my house I have to go across the Modonaghat Bridge situated at Hathazari. The condition of the bridge is miserable. It is a real problem for us.
 arrow Attacks on journalists
It is disgraceful to have witnessed so many terrorist attacks on working journalists of Khulna. Fifteen of them have died in the last few years.
 arrow Chhatak is burning
When Rome was burning Nero was fluting. Perhaps in the same tune we can also say "when Chhatak is burning our government is fluting".
 arrow Today's teachers
Teachers are called the architects of a nation. They are considered the second father of students.
 arrow Is it discriminatory?
I am a regular subscriber of The Daily Star. Recently my attention has been drawn to a letter in which the writer has criticised a Bangla ad telecast on the BTV.
 arrow Stop wanton capture of brood fish
The capture of a 'katla' fish weighing 29 kg reported on 12 June 2005 in different newspapers should not be considered a success.
Star Cityarrow Where life is under lock and key...
It is a privately-owned residential madrasa along with an orphanage for 306 girls aged between three and fifteen.
 arrow Dhaka-Narayanganj trains run at risk of accident
The Dhaka-Narayanganj passenger trains are running at risk of accident as the tracks have become vulnerable due to lack of maintenance.
 arrow Pirated books galore on city streets, Harry Potter the latest
Just a week after the international launch, with Dhaka being part, of the sixth of the Harry Potter series Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince, pirated copies of the book that was sold at Tk.
 arrow Sanitarium for Freedom Fighters uncared for
Freedom Fighters residing at the Muktijoddha Rogmukti Bisramagar (Sanitarium for Freedom Fighters) near Collage Gate in Mohammadpur are at constant risk of life-threatening accidents due to the dilapidated
 arrow BUET students to take part in Robocon 2005
Three students of Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology (BUET) have developed robots with used motor parts, tissue papers and rollers made from bandage and will show off their inventionat
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