Home Today's Paper Most Popular Video Gallery Photo Gallery
Subscription Blog Signin Register
Logo
Wednesday, August 15, 2018 05:14:13 AM
Follow Us On: Facebook Twitter Twitter Twitter Twitter

News in brief

By
13th-Jun-2018       
Comments
Share your thought
Post a comment »
Read all () »

N'ganj man 'commits suicide' after failing to pay debts
NARAYANGANJ: A garment factory owner committed suicide in Fatullah area of the district on Saturday, after failing to pay a large amount of debt. The deceased was identified as Abdul Matin, 47, son of late Abdul Jalil of Daulatpur in Kushtia. Matin hanged himself with the ceiling fan of his room at Majdair Pakapool area around 10 am, said Sorfuddin Ahmed, additional superintendent of the district police. Police recovered a suicide note from his room, he said. In the note, he wrote about his frustration over the failure of paying the debts worth of Taka two and half crore, he added. The body was sent to Narayanganj General Hospital for autopsy, reports UNB.
Mymensingh cop held for 'Yaba trading'   
MYMENSINGH: Detectives arrested a constable of Mymensingh Court on Saturday night for his alleged involvement in drug trading. The arrestee was identified as Constable Al Amin.  Ashiqur Rahman, officer-in-charge of Detective Branch of district police said that police arrested suspected drug trader Motaleb on Friday noon along with 12,000 pieces of Yaba tablets. In primary interrogation, Motaleb said that he received the tablets from Constable Al Amin. Later on Saturday night, a team of DB police arrested Al Amin from the court premises. Meanwhile, Inspector Kamruzzaman and two sub-inspectors Saiful Islam and Monir Hossain of the court were withdrawn to the district police lines in connection with arrest incident, said SA Newazi, additional superintendent of Mymensingh police. The three policemen of the court were closed following arrest of Constable Al Amin in drug trading case. Besides, a case against Al Amin and Motaleb was filed with Kotwali Police station, reports UNB.
Fire guts 3 shops in Sylhet
Sylhet Bureau
A devastating fire gutted three commercial printing shops in the Sylhet city on Saturday morning. Local traders called the fire fighters at around 7:15am after seeing smoke drifted from inside RR Printers at Muktijoddha Gali of Zindabazar area. They said the fire engulfed two more shops-Sumaiya Printing Press and Tamiz Offset Press-immediately after it ensued from the RR Printers. Three fire trucks rushed to the spot at about 6:30am and doused the flame at about 8:30am after one-hour effort, but the production materials and equipment of the presses were damaged, the fire fighters said. Fire service deputy director Rafiqul Islam said it took times to douse the fire as there were huge inflammable goods in the shops including papers and other printing materials. The fire might have originated from a short circuit, he told following a primary investigation. The businesses sustained losses of about Tk 40 lakh, he said.
Youth held for violating girl in Rajshahi   
RAJSHAHI: Police arrested a young man from Katakhali Bazar in the city on Monday night in a case filed over the rape of a girl. The arrestee was identified as Mushfiq Ahmmed Shah Newaj, 22, son of Shah Jamal Haque of the area. Mahedi Hasan, officer-in-charge of Katakhali Police Station, said the victim filed the case accusing Mushfiq and his parents on Monday. According to the case statement, Mushfiq had a love affair with the girl. On Sunday night, the accused called the girl over phone to come to his house saying that his mother Monjuara Khatun was ill. When the girl went there, Mushfiq's parent went out from house. Later, Mushfiq violated the girl.Returning back to her house, the girl informed her family and later filed a complaint with the police station.Later, police in a drive arrested Mushfiq, said the OC. Besides, the girl was admitted to the one stop crisis centre (OCC) at Rajshahi Medical College Hospital, reports UNB.

Tariff
Add Rate

News Archive

Inside The New Nation

Editorial »

Bangabandhu a great leader of the people and for the people


THE nation mourns the 43rd Shahadat Anniversary of Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman today with prayers and solemnity all over the country. He was assassinated with almost all of his family members in the wee hours of that fateful night at his home in the city. It was a night of ...

Editorial »

Our migrants are being defrauded and harassed in Malaysia but govt remains mum


SOME 270 Bangladeshi workers have allegedly been defrauded of over Tk 3.6 crore by an agent over securing valid work permits under the Malaysian rehiring programme. The Bangladeshi nationals had handed over their passports, other relevant documents and paid between Tk 144,000 and Tk 160,000 each to the agent for ...

Sports »

U.S. swimmer Katie Ledecky teaches Japanese elementary and junior high school students at an event in Tokyo on Tuesday. The 21-year-old American, fresh off a five-medal performance at the Pan Pacific Championships in Tokyo, answered questions about her career and training routine before jumping into the pool with more than 100 star-struck Japanese elementary and junior high school students to give them tips.


.

Football »

Salah reported over allegedly using mobile while driving


AFP, London :Egyptian star Mohamed Salah could be in trouble with police after his club Liverpool passed a video apparently showing him using his mobile phone while driving.A spokesman for last season's Champions League finalists said they passed the video, which had circulated on social media, on to police after ...

Entertainment »

Tamannaah excited about giving retro twist to `KGF`


Tamannaah Bhatia says she had fun shooting for a 'retro number' in the period drama "KGF".Tamannaah shot for the recreated version of the song "Jokae naanu balliya minchu", a song which was picturised on late Vijayalalitha in director Rajkumar's Kannada film "Paropakari". "This is the first time I will be ...

International »

Trump administration pressures judges to speed deportations


AFP, Los Angeles :US immigration judges say they are under increasing pressure from President Donald Trump's administration to speed up immigrant deportations - or risk removal if they delay.This pressure is highlighted in the case of a judge in Philadelphia, Steven Morley, who was informed that a case he was ...

Editorial »

Quota reform: Free the students and fulfill their rational demands


CABINET Secretary after weekly Cabinet meeting on Monday told journalists that the committee formed by government to review the existing quota system proposed abolition of almost all the quotas in public services giving priority to talent. However, the court directives will be sought before taking any decision over freedom fighter ...

Cricket »

Ashraful eyes Bangladesh comeback as ban ends


Former Bangladesh captain Mohammad Ashraful said Monday that has set his sights on a comeback with the national side after his five-year ban for match-fixing ended."I am feeling really nice as I was waiting for this day for the last five years. (I told myself) when August 13, 2018 came ...

City »

State Executive Member and Advisor to the BJP President in West Bengal, India Dr Anindya Gopal Mitra called on Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina at her office yesterday afternoon.


Entertainment »

What Sara Ali Khan`s fans demand on her birthday


Even before the debut of her release film Sara Ali Khan is already a popular name amongst the masses. On the occasion of Sara’s Birthday, fans across the nation took Twitter by storm as #HBDSaraAliKhan and #WeWantSaraOnSocialMedia saw a strong India trend. Soon, social media went into a tizzy as ...

Entertainment »

Hichki story has universal resonance: Rani Mukherji


Actress Rani Mukherji, who has bagged the Best Actress Award for Hichki at the Indian Film Festival Melbourne (IFFM), says the film is a story that has universal resonance, and its spirit of positivity won over Indians and locals in Australia. “I feel very proud and thankful that Hichki has ...

International »

Two Koreas agree to hold September summit in Pyongyang


AFP, Seoul :North and South Korea agreed Monday to hold a summit in Pyongyang in September, the South's Yonhap news agency reported following high-level talks in the Demilitarized Zone that divides the peninsula.The two sides "agreed at the meeting to hold a South-North summit in Pyongyang in September as planned", ...

Editorial »

Make the BRTC capable, or shut down its operation


BANGLADESH Road Transport Corporation (BRTC) is now on the verge of collapse due to administrative and financial mismanagement. Newspaper reports said BRTC as per its own estimate incurred a loss of Tk 413 crore in 2016-17 fiscal. When bus transport has become very lucrative business in the private sector with ...

Football »

Choton expects best from her girls against Nepal


Bangladesh U-15 national women's team head coach Golam Robanni Choton said her girls are upbeat to give their hundred percent to win against Nepal in the SAFF U-15 Women's Championship.Bangladesh will face Nepal in their second group B match scheduled to be held today at Changlimithan Football Stadium in Bhutan."We ...

Entertainment »

I saw a chained elephant on a school trip to the zoo and became upset: Dia Mirza


Like any child, actor Dia Mirza, too, was entranced when she first saw an elephant. "The first time I saw an elephant was on the streets of Hyderabad. I was very young and was just so enamored by that sight. It was so unusual to see an elephant in an ...

 
Items that you save may be read at any time on your computer, iPad, iPhone or Android devices.
 
Are you new to our website? Do you have already an account at our website?
Create An Account Log in here
Email this news to a friend or like someone
Email:
Write a comment to this news