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BFUJ demands immediate formation of 10th wage board

Leaders of BFUJ-Bangladesh Federal Union of Journalists on Monday demanded the formation of the 10th wage board immediately.

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IIUC delegation calls on President

President Mohammed Shahabuddin on Monday asked the authorities concerned to ensure quality education along with other educational programmes as a delegation of International Islamic University Chittagong (IIUC) called on him at Bangabhaban.

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Battery-run rickshaws can operate in Dhaka: Obaidul Quader

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has permitted battery-run rickshaws to continue operation across Dhaka city considering the overall economic situation, and the impact of skyrocketing essential commodity prices on low-income segments of the population.

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Scientists make potential breast cancer breakthrough

Scientists say they have a made a potentially “gamechanging” breakthrough in breast cancer research after discovering how to preserve breast tissue outside the body for at least a week.

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PM Sheikh Hasina’s skill-based education agenda praised at Commonwealth

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina’s leadership in Bangladesh’s "extraordinary education sector success" was praised at the 22nd Conference of Commonwealth Education Ministers held in London last week.

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New secretary of FID pays tribute to Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman

Md. Abdur Rahman Khan, the newly appointed Secretary of the Financial Institutions Department, Ministry of Finance, paid rich tributes to the Father of the Nation, Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, by placing a wreath at his mausoleum in Tungipara, Gopal

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Iran vice president Mokhber to replace Raisi ahead of snap election

Iran's first vice president, Mohammad Mokhber, is expected assume the presidency after Ebrahim Raisi's death in a helicopter crash as the country gears up for early elections.

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Three reported killed as DR Congo military averts ‘attempted coup’

Three people have been reported killed in the Democratic Republic of Congo’s (DR Congo) capital following a shootout between armed men in military uniform and guards of a top politician, an incident the army described as an attempted coup.

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Airstrike kills 27 in central, and fighting rages as Israel's leaders are increasingly divided

An Israeli airstrike killed 27 people in central Gaza, mostly women and children, and fighting with Hamas raged across the north on Sunday as Israel's leaders aired divisions over who should govern Gaza after the war, now in its eighth month.

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Manchester City win historic fourth straight Premier League title

Manchester City created English football history on Sunday, beating West Ham 3-1 to win their fourth straight Premier League title and break Arsenal's hearts as Jurgen Klopp made an emotional Liverpool exit.

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