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  • After 16 years, family still awaiting justice

    Today marks 16 years since former finance minister and Awami League (AL) leader Shah AMS Kibria was killed in a grisly grenade attack at an AL rally in Habiganj’s Baidderbazar area on January 27, 2005.
  • Solution at a standstill

    Goods-laden trucks rushing to cross Sylhet city through the busy Amberkhana intersection continue to claim lives, with two persons being killed in two separate accidents last week.
  • Who stole the pond?

    In the 19th century, the famous Majumdar family of Sylhet dug up a large pond to fulfil local people’s need for water in greater Amberkhana area in Sylhet city.
  • More rice import to boost reserve

    In a bid to boost food grain reserve, the Cabinet Committee on Government Purchase yesterday approved a proposal for procuring 2.5 lakh tonnes of rice.
  • Think about customers’ needs to succeed in the long run

    Those who are doing business without thinking about customers’ needs may become successful for a short period but never in the long run, said Tanvir A Mishuk, managing director of Nagad, a digital financial service (DFS) provider operating under Bangladesh Post Office.
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