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** People’s sufferings do not move this government ** BERC jacks up LPG price by Tk 266 per 12kg cylinder ** Many motorcyclists chose to ride on the footpaths of Shaheed Tajuddin Ahmed Sarani amid severe traffic congestion in the capital on Thursday, disrupting movement of pedestrians. Agency photo ** A mushroom cultivator plants mushrooms in polythene bags stuffed with sawdust, wheat husk and jute sticks inside a shade made of cogon grass, bamboo in Natore's Jugipara area on Thursday. NN photo ** Export earnings rise by 5.89pc in Jan ** ‘DCs, UNOs run country’ ** Missing B’baria by-polls candidate Asif returns home ** HAAB announces Tk 6.72 lakh private hajj package ** Bangladesh receives $476m of IMF loan as 1st installment ** We ask thieves to return the stolen public money as insisted by IMF ** Dhaka seeks oil from Riyadh on deferred payment ** Mango buds start appearing in many trees, in the middle of Poush and the beginning of Magh, has been a great surprise for many mango lovers. This photo was taken from Chattogram on Thursday. NN photo ** Voter turnout may be 15-25pc: CEC ** AL infighting in Narsingdi: 3 injured, 20 houses torched, attacked ** Ekushey Book Fair begins ** Cost goes up by Tk 1.61 lakh ** Half a million strike in UK's largest walkout in 12 years ** Flights to remain suspended for 5 hours every night in HSIA ** RAB rescues father hiding with Japanese daughter ** People don't need more government servants to make election cheating easier ** Bangladesh ranks 12th most corrupt country ** Power tariff hiked again ** DITF- 2023 ends with $39.48m export orders ** Children frolicking over a ride taking risks on Tuesday, as two dangerous high voltage transformers remain installed adjacent to a park of Old Dhaka’s Laxmi Bazar St. Gregory School. NN photo ** What action has been taken to prevent Dhaka's air pollution **

Samir Abdelkrim from Pierre Fabre Foundation, a voluntary based system that provides free emergency first aid to the highway injured people in the country, visited Dhaka to meet the traumalink team. Samir also visited its 10 km launching event in Manikganj where he took interviews of its volunteers and patients recently.

10 May 2018
Samir Abdelkrim from Pierre Fabre Foundation, a voluntary based system that provides free emergency first aid to the highway injured people in the country, visited  Dhaka to meet the traumalink team. Samir also visited its 10 km launching event in Manikganj where he took interviews of its volunteers and patients recently.

Samir Abdelkrim from Pierre Fabre Foundation, a voluntary based system that provides free emergency first aid to the highway injured people in the country, visited Dhaka to meet the traumalink team. Samir also visited its 10 km launching event in Manikga


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