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Front Pagearrow Niko solely blamed for blowout
An energy ministry probe committee has solely blamed the operation failure of Niko Resources for the second blowout in the Chatak gas field at Tengratila in June.
 arrow Deal with Lahmayer scrapped
The Rural Power Company Ltd (RPCL) yesterday cancelled the annual 6 million-dollar operation and maintenance (O&M) contract with Lahmayer International Palli Power Services Ltd (LIPPS) for the 140megawatt
 arrow Father's death kills his dreams
Pallab's studies came to an abrupt halt as his father Rafiqul Islam, popularly known as Ada Chacha, died in the August 21 carnage last year.
 arrow Traders to keep shops shut till killers' arrest
Police yesterday held a suspected killer of businessman Kazi Shahidullah while Mirpur traders decided to keep their markets and shops closed for the third consecutive day today demanding immediate arrest
 arrow SP show-caused, OC suspended for laxity
Brahmanbaria Superintendent of Police (SP) ATM Tareque was show-caused and the Akhaura Police Station officer in-charge (OC) was suspended yesterday for negligence in duty and failure to safeguard the
 arrow KM Hasan unacceptable to head caretaker govt: Hasina
Opposition Leader Sheikh Hasina yesterday said Justice KM Hasan violated the constitution and breached the oaths by not hearing the Bangabandhu murder case, and raised questions about his credibilityto
 arrow Emergency declared as Lanka hunts for killers
Sri Lanka declared a state of emergency yesterday after the assassination of Foreign Minister Lakshman Kadirgamar in an attack denied by Tamil Tiger rebels that could jeopardise the island's peace process.
 arrow Govt to sell essentials in Ramadan
The government has planned to take up a unique programme of selling essential commodities at a fair price during the upcoming Ramadan and introduce a tough monitoring system to control the price spiral
 arrow FDI grew 50pc last year
Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) in Bangladesh grew 49.7 percent last year to stand at $ 660.8 million from $441.4 million in 2003.
 arrow Trial of 14 killings in Mohammadpur stalled
The trial of the Mohammadpur 14-Murder Case has been stalled for years due to the reluctance of the law and the home ministries in giving necessary approvals.
 arrow Fakhruddin Biriani fined Tk 10,000
Mobile courts against adulterated food yesterday fined reputed Fakruddin Biriani House, closed a pharmaceuticals pharmacy, and sealed off a bakery shop during their raids in the city.
 arrow Britain to deport 10 more ultra-Islamists
Britain's ban on firebrand cleric Omar Bakri Mohammed returning from Lebanon has been roundly cheered by the press as 10 other foreign Islamists faced deportation in the aftermath of the London bombings.
 arrow Dhaka, S'pore foreign office consultation today
The first-ever annual foreign office consultation between Bangladesh and Singapore begins today at the city state with an aim to enhance bilateral trade, investment and economic cooperation in potential
 arrow Special security for Indian, Pak delegates
Special security measures will be taken for the delegates of India and Pakistan during the upcoming Saarc summit in Dhaka, State Minister for Home Lutfozzaman Babar said yesterday after a meeting on the
 arrow Hajj flight fare hike decried
Two organisations of hajj agencies and pilgrims yesterday strongly demanded that the government should not increase the plane fare of the country's hajj passengers.
 arrow 64 district bodies to make fresh voter list
The Election Commission (EC) will form 64 district-level committees that will be responsible for preparing the voter list for the next parliamentary election.
 arrow Mid-ranking AL leaders make self-criticism
The mid-ranking leaders of Awami League (AL) yesterday observed that the main opposition's popular political programmes have failed to drum up public support in favour of the party and against the "misrule"
 arrow Altaf suggests preaching to arrest price hike
The commerce minister yesterday prescribed publicity of religious sermons while the advisor to the ministry advocated for stopping extortion to curb the price hike of essentials during the month of Ramadan.
 arrow Khaleda, Hasina condole Lankan FM's death
Prime Minster Khaleda zia and Leader of the Opposition in Parliament Sheikh Hasina yesterday expressed deep shock at the assassination of Sri Lankan Foreign Minister Lakshman Kadirgamar.
 arrow Saarc foreign secy meet postponed
The 31st session of the Standing Committee of the Saarc foreign secretaries slated for August 17-18 in Islamabad has been postponed in the wake of the assassination of Sri Lankan Foreign Minister Lakshman
Businessarrow Multilateral trade deals to bode well for Bangladesh
Bangladesh will benefit more from such multilateral agreements as Safta and Bimstec rather than any bilateral free trade pact, as the country lacks infrastructure and strong negotiation capacity, speakers
 arrow HC orders FBCCI to hold polls on Aug 21
The High Court (HC) yesterday ordered the country's apex trade body FBCCI to hold its biennial election on August 21 as per the previous schedule.
 arrow Improved law and order seen key to SME growth
Improved law and order and utility bills subsidy are needed for the growth of small and medium enterprises (SMEs), Advisor to Energy Ministry Mahmudur Rahman said yesterday.
 arrow Investment needed in Monga-prone areas
Investment in Monga-prone areas is needed to create employment to get rid of the near-famine situation, economist Dr Muhammad Yunus said yesterday.
 arrow Tk 100cr cash incentives released for BKMEA
Finance Ministry has released Tk 100 crore cash incentive for knitwear exporters, ministry sources said yesterday.
 arrow SEC plans to set up institute to deal with licensing, accreditation
The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has planned to set up an institute to issue licences to brokers and dealers and train officials engaged in the market, sources said yesterday.
 arrow 7 consultants shortlisted for study
Seven international consulting firms have been shortlisted for conducting technical and financial study on setting up a deepsea port in the country.
 arrow Pakistan dates show ends
The two-day Pakistan Dates Show 2005, which was organised to boost the country's date exports to Bangladesh, ended yesterday amid huge response.
 arrow Oil crosses $67
Oil futures surpassed a record $67 a barrel in New York Friday to extend a startling rally fuelled by massive global demand and production problems at strained refineries, dealers said.
 arrow Khulna Hardoard Mills resumes production
Khulna Hardboard Mills resumed trial production yesterday after a closure for about three years.
Officials said they would go on commercial production in a week.

 arrow China hopes to repeat India's outsourcing success
China's outsourcing companies are aiming to replicate the success of their Indian rivals to attract a larger share of US companies seeking to diversify business beyond India.
 arrow Yen slips modestly against dollar in Asia
The yen slipped against the dollar in Asian trade Friday on weaker-than-expected Japan growth data but the market reaction was limited as investors saw the economy's fundamentals growing, dealers said.
 arrow S Korea mulls mandatory energy saving
After skyrocketing oil prices pushed Asia's benchmark Dubai crude closer to $60 a barrel, pressure is growing on the government to swiftly adopt mandatory energy-saving measures.
Sportsarrow Football: Premier League stopped
Dhaka football came to a grinding halt on Saturday when the Bangladesh Football Federation (BFF) suspended the on-going Premier League for three days.
 arrow Cricket: A fighter in every sense
Ask what Mashrafee-bin-Mortuza thrives on? 99 per cent of the time the Bangladesh fast bowler will respond with the reply: "I always love to rise to a challenge.
 arrow Athletics: Isinbayeva scales new height again
If Thursday was America's day then Friday was definitely Russia's as led by extraordinary pole vaulter Yelena Isinbayeva they won three titles at the World Championships.
 arrow Cricket: India shake up squad
Indian selectors Saturday axed experienced players Anil Kumble, Venkatsai Laxman and Zaheer Khan for an upcoming one-day tri-series in Zimbabwe also featuring New Zealand.
 arrow Cricket: Martyn's is a Giles special
England spinner Ashley Giles said he had not bowled many better deliveries than the one which dismissed Damien Martyn on the second day of the third Ashes Test on Friday.
 arrow Cricket: Extra one-dayer for BD A
An additional one-day match was added in the Bangladesh A team fixture in England as the second string Bangladesh side will play a limited-overs game against touring Antigua team today at the Whitgift
 arrow Cricket: 2 GP Pacers for MRF Academy
Oascorni Ahmed and Jahidul Hasan Khan, the two GrameenPhone pacer hunt winners, will attend a two-week long training programme in MRF Pace Foundation in Indian city Chennai.
 arrow Chess: Shakil bags title
FIDE Master Abu Sufian Shakil emerged as champion in the Smith and Williamson British Chess Championship that was concluded in Douglas, Isle of Man on Friday.
 arrow Handball: Fed Cup h'ball starts today
The Orient Bread eighth Federation Cup Handball Tournament begins today with holders Bangladesh Rifles taking on newcomers Rajshahi City Corporation in the inaugural match at the outer stadium handball
 arrow Cricket: Asia still can win: Inzy
A disappointed Asian XI captain Inzamamul Haq feels his side can beat an African XI in next week's inaugural Afro-Asian Cup one-day series in South Africa despite several stars pulling out.
 arrow Cricket: Gilchrist's distinction
Australia's Adam Gilchrist became the highest scoring wicketkeeper in Test history when he made 30 against England on the second day of the third Ashes Test at Old Trafford here Friday.
 arrow Football: Ronaldo's 35-goal target
Real Madrid striker Ronaldo has set himself an ambitious target of 35 goals for this season.
 arrow Football: Wigan aiming to be nobody's friends
Newcomers Wigan are out to make enemies in the Premiership this season starting with champions Chelsea on Sunday.
 arrow Football: Man U spoil Neville debut
Manchester United launched the new Premiership season with a stylish away win against Everton at Goodison Park on Saturday.
 arrow Cricket: India willing play Test in Karachi?
The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has expressed willingness to play Test and one-day international in Karachi during the Indian team's tour to Pakistan next year.
 arrow ESS 8-ball pool
The third 8-ball pool tournament, organised by the European Standard School (ESS), begins Tuesday at the A-Level branch of the school at Dhanmondi.
 arrow Cricket: British bookie puts money on hosts
One of Britain's leading bookmakers declared England favourites to win the Ashes after they finished the second day of the third Test against Australia at Old Trafford in a strong position.
 arrow Football: Yemen expelled from FIFA
Yemen have been expelled from international football by FIFA because of meddling by the state in the running of the national football association.
 arrow Football: Parma getting a new owner
Former Real Madrid president Lorenzo Sanz is to buy Italian club Parma, returning to the game after a five-year absence.
 arrow Football: Ferdinand pens new deal
Rio Ferdinand has signed a new four-year contract with Manchester United.
Metropolitanarrow 'Colours in food cause a wide range of health problems'
Colours used in different foods to make them attractive cause a wide range of health problems, including cardiac diseases, kidney failure, liver cirrhosis and asthma, speakers at a roundtable said yesterday.
 arrow Teach indigenous children in their mother tongue
Speakers at a seminar said medium of education for the indigenous students should be their mother tongues at least up to class five.
 arrow 1 killed in 'crossfire' with cops
An alleged criminal was killed in "crossfire" between police and his accomplices in Gagorjan area under Tangail Sadar upazila on Friday night.
 arrow 4,495 incidents took place last year: BNWLA study
The incidents of violence against women declined to some extent last year in comparison with the previous year, but the overall situation in curbing such incidents remains unchanged, according to a study
 arrow 'Textile Tradition of Bangladesh' launched
The loom-based textile industry bears a significant testimony to the country's art, history and heritage, said artisans and litterateurs at the launching ceremony of a book titled 'Textile Tradition of
 arrow Two APPs resign over making junior their superior
Two assistant public prosecutors (APPs) of the Court of Dhaka Metropolitan Sessions Judge yesterday resigned to protest against the appointment of a junior advocate as an additional PP.
 arrow 3700 bottles of phensidyl seized: 2 arrested
A special team of Narcotics Control Department arrested two drug traders with 3700 bottles of phensidyl from the old town in the city yesterday.
 arrow 26 abducted in two weeks in Manikchhari
As many as 26 indigenous youths have been abducted in two weeks in Manikchhari of Khagrachhari sparking panic in the hill areas following rivalry between Parbattya Chattagram Janasanghati Samity (PCJSS)
 arrow 3 crashed under train, 2 killed in road mishap
Five people were killed in separate road accidents in at Gazipur, and Faridpur yesterday.
 arrow BSF yet to return two Bangladeshis
The two Bangladeshi fishermen, who were detained by Indian Border Security Forces (BSF) on Thursday, are still under Indian police custody, BDR sources said.
 arrow 2 killed in city accidents
Two, including a minor girl, were killed in two separate road accidents in the city yesterday.
A bus ran over Meherunnesa Oishi, 4, at Jatrabari as she was crossing the road alone.

 arrow CUJA withdraws agitation
The Chittagong University Journalists' Association (CUJA), which has been protesting the assault of one of its members by the police since Thursday, withdrew its agitation programme yesterday.
 arrow President, PM greet Kyrgyz president
President Iajuddin Ahmed and Prime Minister Khaleda Zia yesterday greeted newly elected President of Kyrgyz Republic Kurmanben Salievich Bakiev.
 arrow Body of boy recovered from madrasa hostel
Police recovered the body of a boy, who appeared to be tortured and strangled, from a madrasa hostel at Sitakunda yesterday.
 arrow Old man shot by robbers in Ctg
Robbers shot a septuagenarian man while committing a robbery at a house in Chandanaish upazila early yesterday.
 arrow Schoolboy abducted in Kushtia
A student of Kushtia Government High school was abducted from Kushtia town on Friday evening.
 arrow JCD leaders beat up student at Eden college
Leaders of the Jatiyatabadi Chhatra Dal (JCD) yesterday beat up a student at Eden College in the city and threatened to assault other students who went to lay a siege to the college principal's office
 arrow Attack on Narsingdi AL meeting: 30 injured
At least 30 leaders and activists of Monohardi upazila unit of the Awami League (AL) and its front organisations were injured in an attack allegedly by the BNP cadres on a party meeting yesterday afternoon.
 arrow 3 electrocuted in Mymensingh
Three people were electrocuted at Fulpur of Mymensingh yesterday.
The incident occurred at 10:00am Saturday. The victims were identified as Dr.

 arrow Kidnapped boy rescued
A minor schoolboy kidnapped from Gazipur on August 9 was rescued at a remote village of Kachua yesterday and arrested two alleged women traffickers in this connection.
 arrow Gen Mashhud joins as adviser to Group 4 Securitus
Lt. Gen. (Retd.) Hasan Mashhud Chowdhury, former army chief, has joined as an adviser to Group 4 Securitus Bangladesh Ltd., a subsidiary of Group 4 Securicor Plc. UK, says a press release.
 arrow Babul gets bail in theft case
The High Court yesterday granted anticipatory bail to Nurul Islam Babul, chairman of Jamuna Group of Industries, in a theft case filed by Kefayetullah Masud, chairman of White House Group.
 arrow BCL submits memo to Betar authorities
Bangladesh Chhatra League (BCL) yesterday submitted a memorandum to the Bangladesh Betar authorities protesting distortion of history and news on the War of Liberation.
 arrow Astrologer shot, robbed of Tk 25,000
Muggers shot and wounded an astrologer and looted Tk 25,000 and a mobile set from his office at Maghbazar in the city yesterday.
 arrow AL leader Muklesur gets bail
The High Court (HC) yesterday granted ad-interim bail to Muklesur Rahman, an Awami League leader and former ward commissioner, in the August 21 grenade attack case.
 arrow Bomb attack on Akhaura shrine condemned
Different political parties yesterday condemned the bomb attack on a shrine at Kharampur in Akhaura and urged the people to unite against the government for the interest of the national security as they
 arrow Court accepts charge sheet
A Dhaka court yesterday accepted the charge sheet of the Ashuliya primary school headmistress Lily murder case.
Nationalarrow Stop torture on journos, punish culprits
Journalists and other employees of different dailies, sporting black clothes on faces, brought out a silent procession in the town yesterday protesting torture on journalist Monjur Morshed in Baufal allegedly
 arrow Ministry sits on Tk 5.7 cr herbal garden project
An ambitious plan of Bangladesh Tea Board (BTB) to raise herbal gardens in fallow tea garden lands to produce import substitute medicinal raw materials is gathering dust at the Commerce Ministry for about
 arrow Municipal staff place 11-pt demand
Employees of Barisal City Corporation (BCC) and municipalities in Barisal division at a meeting here yesterday called upon the government to meet their 11-point demand immediately.
 arrow SUST reopens today
The Shahjalal University of Science & Technology (SUST) will reopen today after a month of unscheduled closure.
 arrow Sec 144 at Shailkupa
Police have been deployed at Sailkupa upazila headquarter in Jhenidah district as a tension mounted following Thursday's row between rival BNP factions over calling public meetings at the same venue.
 arrow 3 Indian fishermen held, boat seized
Bangladesh Rifles (BDR) jawans on Wednesday held three Indian fishermen while they were fishing in the Ichchamati near Bhatshala in Debhata upazila inside the Bangladesh territory.
Point-Counterpointarrow On limits to freedom to talk about Islam
There are few areas of religious faith where heterodoxy is as roundly condemned as in the mainstream of Islam. Intolerance to dissent runs through every organised religion.
 arrow Fame and defamation
The age-old saying that truth shall prevail does not prevail in Bangladesh.
 arrow Reducing non-tariff barriers the key
The Bangladesh-India Joint Working Group meeting ended on August 2 with the two sides signing a 13-page agreement.
Culturearrow Hamiduzzman Khan, a modern sculptor
The book launching of Hamiduzzman Khan, a modern sculptor was held on August 12 at the Bengal Gallery. Rafiqun Nabi, Professor Nazrul Islam, Professor Kaiser Haque and Nahas Khali spoke on theoccasion.
 arrow Musical evening on Tagore by Rabirashmi
Formed in 1998, Rabirashmi, is among the cultural organisations which have organised musical soirees on Tagore songs in Bangladesh.
 arrow Discussion on Nazrul held in Comilla
A discussion on our National Poet, Kazi Nazrul Islam was held by the Nazrul Memorial Academy, Comilla, at the Comilla Town Hall premises recently.
 arrow Onwards to the second round
The second round of the glamorous and much talked-about event, Lux Channel i Super Star, started yesterday, says a press release.
 arrow ITI seminar in Nepal
The Nepal Centre of the International Theatre Institute (ITI) recently arranged a seminar on "The Idioms of South Asian Theatre".
 arrow Queen Nefertiti returns to Berlin
The famous bust of Egyptian queen Nefertiti, regarded by many as the Mona Lisa of the ancient world, has returned to Berlin's Museum Island, 66 years after being evacuated at the outbreak of World War
Generalarrow Liquid detergent capsules a danger to kids' eyes
During a six-month period, doctors treated six cases of severe eye injuries in young children caused by their squeezing capsules containing liquid washing detergent, according to a report released Thursday.
Internationalarrow World outraged at insane killing of Kadirgamar
World leaders yesterday strongly condemned the assassination of Sri Lanka's foreign minister, blamed on Tamil rebels, and expressed fears for the island's shaky Norwegian-led peace process.
 arrow EU raps Nepali rebels for using child soldiers
The European Union condemned Nepal's Maoist rebels for using children as soldiers in a civil war in which thousands have died since 1996 and urged the government to ensure those affected by the conflict
 arrow Killing may push Lanka back towards war
The assassination of Sri Lanka's foreign minister is a major blow to the faltering peace process with Tamil Tiger rebels and could re-ignite the island's three decade-old civil war, analysts said yesterday.
 arrow Kadirgamar took hardline on LTTE
Sri Lankan Foreign Minister Lakshman Kadirgamar, who was assassinated late on Friday, was a hardliner who helped outlaw the Tamil Tiger rebels and was long seen as a prime target for attack.
 arrow US forces open fire on Iraqi mosque: 15 killed
An attack on a US military patrol followed by heavy US gunfire left 15 Iraqis dead and 17 wounded in a town west of Baghdad, residents said yesterday.
 arrow BA's Heathrow services face days of disruption
British Airways was facing another day of chaos yesterday as it began to restore flights at London Heathrow airport following strike action which left tens of thousands of passengers stranded.
 arrow Lanka probes intelligence failure
Sri Lankan authorities were yesterday probing an embarrassing intelligence failure that led to the killing of foreign minister Lakshman Kadirgamar despite tight security, a top police officer said.
 arrow UNSC reform unlikely before year's end
Faced with an impasse over a proposed expansion of the UN Security Council, UN chief Kofi Annan was this week forced to concede that the contentious issue is unlikely to be settled before a summit ofworld
 arrow Pakistan steps up security for I-Day
Pakistan tightened security yesterday amid fears that extremists and militants who have been under a stringent crackdown would try to disrupt Independence Day celebrations.
 arrow Bush refuses to rule out force against Iran
US President George W. Bush refused to rule out the use of force against Iran over the Islamic Republic's resumption of nuclear activities, in an interview with Israeli television aired Friday.
 arrow Pentagon blocks new Abu Ghraib photos fearing backlash
The Pentagon has moved forcefully to block the release of new video evidence of prisoner abuse at Iraq's ill-fated Abu Ghraib prison, arguing it would help recruit new Islamist insurgents and endanger
Editorialarrow Editorial: Murder in Mirpur
The execution-style killing of a local businessman and shooting of his son in broad daylight as they emerged from Friday prayers in Mirpur cannot be considered anything but the most heinous of crimes.
 arrow Cricket: Violent end of Kadirgamar
The assassination of Sri Lanka's foreign minister Lakshman Kadirgamar and the post-haste declaration of emergency by President Kumaratunga have pushed the embattled island country into a deeper crisis.
 arrow Political culture
When the media people asked the Minister for Law, Justice and Parliamentary Affairs Moudud Ahmed as to why the government had unilaterally appointed Justice M A Aziz the Chief Election Commissioner (CEC)
 arrow Fresh light on 1984 riots
The eighties were the worst of times in India's Punjab. The Bhindrawale cult of violence, Operation Bluestar inside the Golden Temple at Amritsar, the assassination of Prime Minister Mrs.
Letters to Editorarrow Contradictory demand
When campaigns against the death penalty are ongoing the world over, some of the political leaders and lawyers in Bangladesh are pressing the govt.
 arrow Sufferings of two girls
On Wednesday August 3, DS published two pathetic stories of child abuse. The first one is of a 12 year old, Aklima, who was sent to prison, accused of stealing by her employer.
 arrow Passport renewal fee
This letter is for the attention of the Foreign Ministry. Renewal of passport in UK costs 70 pounds, which is one week's expense (rent + transport + food) of a student. It was 36 pounds previously.
 arrow Who's to bell the cat?
I hail Mr. Manmohan Singh, the Indian PM who addressed the joint session of the US Congress and asserted that, "fight against terror can not be selective".
 arrow Bourgeois democracy
The bourgeois democracy has taken a new form in Bangladesh and a handful of people is amassing huge wealth while the rest are starving.
 arrow Encouragement for exporters
While the country is reeling from severe dollar shortage during the last few months, we were amazed to see that none of the cabinet members, specially our "Honourable" Finance Minister, had anything to
 arrow Stop using stick
In our country many schools use stick to punish their students. I don't support it at all. I think it is a wrong way of punishment. On the other hand, it creates immense frustration on their soft mind.
 arrow Mobile number system in Bangladesh
Nowadays mobile phones are very much common to our people. Many people use it for different purpose. The number system of mobile is not clear to me. People says my number is 0171,0189, etc.
Star Healtharrow Kidney transplantation in the country needs improvement
In the field of organ transplantation, kidney transplantation is the most widely used form of organ transplantation all over the world because of its effectiveness and relatively low cost.
 arrow Hormone replacement therapy
Many women at some stage consider taking hormone replacement therapy (HRT), but the risks and benefits make this decision difficult.
 arrow Should we keep our wisdom teeth?
Our wisdom teeth are the last teeth to erupt, usually in our late teens to early 20s.
 arrow Emphasis should be given to neonatology
Maternal nutrition and health during pregnancy is an important factor for the birth of a healthy newborn. A neonate is a newborn within 28 days of age. In Bangladesh 3.
 arrow Maternal folic acid level linked to birth weight
Pregnant women who lack the vitamin folate in their blood are more likely to have a baby with a low birth weight, British scientists revealed.
Star Cityarrow Criminal cops become a headache
Involvement of members of the law-enforcing agencies in crime has seen a worrying rise recently.
 arrow 303 illegal structures demolished in 3 days
Bangladesh Inland Water Transport Authority (BIWTA) during a three-day drive from August 8 to 10 demolished at least 303 illegal structures constructed encroaching parts of the Buriganga and Turag rivers.
 arrow Osmani Udyan development project set to kick off this month
The first phase of the Osmani Udyan development project is expected to start this month.
 arrow Traffic Radio Channel still useless
The recently launched Traffic Radio Channel of Bangladesh Betar is not transmitting updated information on traffic congestion and accidents in the city, officials at the Traffic Division of Dhaka Metropolitan
 arrow No move to evict illegal bus terminal from Fulbaria Road
There is no move to evict the illegal bus terminal behind the Nagar Bhaban that causes sufferings to commuters and businessmen in Fulbaria area.
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