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  1. BB eases rice import rules to ensure supply

    06.19 / 15:29 clickittefaq.com Clickittefaq.com - Bangladesh
    Ittefaq Report Bangladesh Bank has directed the banks to allow private traders to import rice without any deposit against LC margin or letters of credit. The decision was taken to ensure rice supply to local markets in the aftermath of crop losses in recent flash-floods, the central bank said in a notice on Monday. The…
  2. Departing Afghan envoy made farewell call on President

    06.19 / 14:56 clickittefaq.com Clickittefaq.com - Bangladesh
    Ittefaq Report Departing Afghan Ambassador to Bangladesh Abdul Rahim Oraz made a farewell call on President Abdul Hamid at Bangabhaban at Dhaka on Monday afternoon. The envoy expressed gratitude to the President during the meeting for extending cooperation to him in discharging his duties in Bangladesh, President’s Press Secretary Md Joynal Abedin told reporters. President…
  3. BD high commission undergoing efforts to identify London attack victim

    06.19 / 14:19 clickittefaq.com Clickittefaq.com - Bangladesh
    Ittefaq Report Bangladesh High Commission (HC) in London said on Monday that it was attempting to confirm the identity of the victim of the terror attack on London mosque amid speculations and media reports that he could be a Bangladeshi. “One Bangladesh High Commission officer in London is in constant communication with London Metropolitan Police…
  4. 5 sentenced to death for rape, murder of Chapainawabganj woman

    06.19 / 12:44 clickittefaq.com Clickittefaq.com - Bangladesh
    Ittefaq Report A court in Chapainawabganj on Monday sentenced five people to death for murdering a woman after gang-rape. Women and Children Repression Prevention Tribunal Judge Ziaur Rahman passed the verdict. The convicts are Jibon aka Babu, 20, Md Ketab, 35, Nurul Islam, 30, Alamgir Hossain, 36, and Jenarul Daktar, 35. In 2014, Munira Begum,…
  5. Joint research centre for Asian nations launched

    06.19 / 11:09 clickittefaq.com Clickittefaq.com - Bangladesh
    Ittefaq Report A joint agriculture research centre for South and Southeast Asian nations, including Bangladesh, has been launched in Kunming, the capital city of China’s Yunnan province. The South and Southeast Asia Agricultural Science and Technology Joint Research Centre will promote technological innovation in agriculture sector, according to a web posting of the China-South Asia…
  6. Cabinet approves National Online Mass Media Policy draft

    06.19 / 11:09 clickittefaq.com Clickittefaq.com - Bangladesh
    Ittefaq Report An initial approval has been given to a separate media policy with a provision for online media to be regulated by a broadcast commission that will also govern television and radio stations. The weekly cabinet meeting on Monday approved the draft of the National Online Mass Media Policy 2017. Cabinet Secretary Mohammad Shafiul…
  7. PM seeks Moroccan investment in economic zones

    06.19 / 10:37 clickittefaq.com Clickittefaq.com - Bangladesh
    Ittefaq Report Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has asked for Moroccan investment in Bangladesh’s economic zones for mutual benefits of the two countries. “We’re developing 100 economic zones across the country for further industrialization and generating employment,” PM Hasina said, adding, “Morocco could make investment in these economic zones which will be beneficial for both countries.”…
  8. Three of a family electrocuted in Dhaka

    06.19 / 09:51 clickittefaq.com Clickittefaq.com - Bangladesh
    Ittefaq Report Three members of a family died in the Islambagh neighbourhood of Dhaka after an overhead power cable broke down on their home. The dead have been identified as Amena Begum, 55, her daughter-in-law Shirin Akter, 30, and Akter’s daughter Afreen. Doctors said they were brought to Dhaka Medical College Hospital where the doctors…
  9. 15 govt buildings exposed to danger after Rangamati landslides

    06.19 / 09:17 clickittefaq.com Clickittefaq.com - Bangladesh
    Ittefaq Report At least 15 government buildings on hills of Rangamati are now exposed to the danger of collapsing after the landslides that have killed more than 100 people in the southeastern district. Police sources have said Circuit House at Vedvedi, Bangladesh Betar’s station at Shimultali, and the passport office are most at risk. Parts…
  10. Garment workers to get salary, bonus before Eid holidays: Kamal

    06.19 / 08:42 clickittefaq.com Clickittefaq.com - Bangladesh
    Ittefaq Report Home Minister Asaduzzaman Khan has asked garment factory owners to clear wages, Eid bonuses and arrears for workers before their holidays start as from June 22. After holding a meeting at his ministry on Sunday, he said, “The owners have been asked to clear all their dues before the holidays start.” The meeting […
  11. Indictment hearing of Banani rape case on July 9

    06.19 / 06:52 clickittefaq.com Clickittefaq.com - Bangladesh
    Ittefaq Report The indictment hearing of sensational Banani double rape case will begin on July 9. Judge Md Shafiul Azam of the Second Tribunal for Prevention of Women and Children Repression set the date on Monday after accepting the charges filed against the five accused in the case. Ahmed Shafat, son of the owner of…
  12. Rain to continue throughout this week

    06.19 / 06:18 clickittefaq.com Clickittefaq.com - Bangladesh
      Ittefaq Report Rain or thundershowers accompanied by temporary gusty or squally wind is likely to continue at most places of Bangladesh this week as monsoon is active over the region. “Rain may continue this week and the intensity of rain is likely to increase from 20 to 25 June,” Ruhul Kuddus, an official at…
  13. 5 more dead in landslides

    06.19 / 06:18 clickittefaq.com Clickittefaq.com - Bangladesh
    Ittefaq Report Five people have died in landslide caused by incessant rains in Khagrachhari and Moulvibazar on Sunday. Three people, including two siblings, were killed and two others injured in separate landslides in Ramgarh and Lakkhichhara upazilas of Khagrachhari district in the morning. The deceased are Nurunnabi, 14, and his younger brother Mohammad Hossain, 10,…
  14. Minor boy killed, buried inside house by neighbours

    06.19 / 05:40 clickittefaq.com Clickittefaq.com - Bangladesh
    Ittefaq Report A minor boy was beaten to death and buried inside the house of a neighbour over previous enmity with his father in Aladipur village of Pabna district’s Sujanagar upazila. Police on Sunday brought out the body from the house of Dulal Mallik and arrested Dulal and his wife Jobeda Khatun for their involvement […
  15. Lightning kills 4 including 3 from same family

    06.19 / 05:40 clickittefaq.com Clickittefaq.com - Bangladesh
    Ittefaq Report At least four persons, including three from a same family, were killed in lightning in Charvodrason upazila of Faridpur district on Sunday afternoon. Arzan Sheikh, 50, his wife Anwara Begum, 38, daughter Bithi Akter, 14, and their neighbour Billal Molla, 35, of Mathabhanga village of the upazila have been identified as the deceased.…
  16. Landslide disrupts rail link with Sylhet

    06.19 / 05:40 clickittefaq.com Clickittefaq.com - Bangladesh
    Ittefaq Report Dhaka-Sylhet rail link has been snapped on Monday as torrential rain caused landslides inside the Lawachara rain forest in Mouluvibazar district’s Kamalganj Upazila, which has a long stretch of rail line inside. From 8am in the morning, Sylhets rail link with the rest of the country has been suspended, informed Srimangal station master […
  17. Musa Ibrahim rescued

    06.19 / 05:02 clickittefaq.com Clickittefaq.com - Bangladesh
    Ittefaq Report Musa Ibrahim, along with two other Indian mountaineers, who were stuck at the base camp of Mount Carstensz Pyramid in Papua New Guinea for last seven days, have been rescued on Monday. Musa, called his wife Ummey Sharaban Tahura around 6:00 am (Bangladesh time) through messenger after he was rescued safely. Musa Ibrahim…
  18. Legal notice served against Sultana Kamal

    06.18 / 15:47 clickittefaq.com Clickittefaq.com - Bangladesh
    Ittefaq Report A Supreme Court lawyer on Sunday served a legal notice seeking arrest of prominent human rights activist and former advisor to the caretaker government Sultana Kamal within seven days for hurting religious sentiments of the Muslim majority in the country. Advocate Zulfikar Ali Zunu served the notice to the inspector general of police…
  19. Parliamentary committee to check income, expenditure of BRTC buses

    06.18 / 15:16 clickittefaq.com Clickittefaq.com - Bangladesh
    Ittefaq Report The Parliamentary Standing Committee on Estimates and Public Accounts on Sunday suggested the Bangladesh Road Transport Corporation (BRTC) authority under the Department of Road Transport to submit the income and expenditure reports of the BRTC bus service in the next meeting. “Take necessary steps to submit a list of total buses, running buses,…
  20. Court jails 3 for possessing illegal arms in Rangpur

    06.18 / 15:16 clickittefaq.com Clickittefaq.com - Bangladesh
    Ittefaq Report A Rangpur on Sunday sentenced two criminals to 17 years rigorous imprisonment each and another to 10-year jail term in two arms cases. Additional District and Sessions Judge of Rangpur Court-2 Abu Jafar Md Kamruzzaman gave the verdict in presence of the convicts. According to the prosecution, Kotwali police arrested Polash alias Ghabri…