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Govt conspiring to foil election: AL
Awami League leaders yesterday alleged that the hoodlums of BNP and Jamaat are launching terror attacks on popular leaders of the party in a bid to cling to power.
 
'Resist proposed amendment to Bangladesh Press Council Actí
Speakers at a seminar here yesterday called for united efforts by both the newsmen and conscious people to resist the proposed amendment to Bangladesh Press Council Act 1974.
 
Consciousness a must to stop torture on children
Speakers tell seminar
Consciousness among the children about their rights can help stop repression on them, said the speakers at a seminar yesterday.
 
First ever car designed by a Bangladeshi runs today
An enterprising youth today introduces Leepu F-21, the first ever automobile designed by a Bangladeshi, in Dhanmondi in the capital.
 
Natore Arms Loot
Police stations in southwestern region put on high alert
All police stations, outposts and camps in the southwestern region of the country have been put on high alert following the incident of arms loot from Bamihal police outpost at Singra in Natore on Wednesday.
 
Trader shot, robbed of Tk 12000
Miscreants shot a trader and took away Tk 12000 in Khilgaon area in the city yesterday.
 
Golden Jubilee of OPA celebrated
Old Placidians' Association (OPA), an organisation of the former students of the St Placid's High School, yesterday celebrated its golden jubilee amidst a reunion with the theme 'Reach Out Through Fellowship.
 
Dhaka Book Fair begins tomorrow
The 12th Dhaka Book Fair-2006 will begin on the premises of the Shilpakala Academy in the city tomorrow.
Prime Minister Khaleda Zia is expected to inaugurate the book fair at noon.

 
Tight security measures on 31st night at Ctg
Tight security measures are being taken with the deployment of huge law enforcers to avert any untoward incidents during the celebration of thirty-first night in the port city.
 
Journalism and Communication body formed
The Department of Mass Communication and Journalism of Dhaka University has formed Bangladesh Journalism and Communication Association (BJCA) with a view to improving professional and academic development
 
16 tons of wheat seeds seized
Police seized 16 tons of wheat seeds worth Tk 5 lakh while being sold at Nitaiganj in Narayanganj.
 
Death anniversary of Moni Singh today
The 15th death anniversary of comrade Moni Singh, one of the leading organisers of the liberation war, will be observed today.
He was also the president of the Communist Party of Bangladesh (CPB).

 

 
   
 
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