Staff Correspondent, Jashore: A suspected drug trader is killed in a gunfight between two groups of drug traders in Ulashi Kuchomora area under Sharsha upazila in Jashore on Tuesday night.
Desk Report: Finance Minister AHM Mostafa Kamal has said the investigation into the reserve heist from the Bangladesh Bank is going on and progress on the matter from time to time is being informed to the government.
Desk Report: Two major UAE companies – Lulu Group International and NMC Group – on Tuesday expressed their keenness to invest in Bangladesh, particularly in the areas of healthcare, hotel, shopping mall and tourism.
Staff Correspondent: Dhaka South City Corporation (DSCC) mayor Sayeed Khokon has said that if any type of 29 risky chemicals was found at any shop or godown, it will be sealed immediately along with cancelling its license.
KMA Hasnath: The Finance Ministry is mulling to form a committee to set courses for recovering defaulted loans.
Secretariat Correspondent: State Minister for Foreign Affairs M Shahriar Alam has said that Bangladesh government is moving forward with multilateral diplomatic activities to repatriate Rohingyas to Maynmar safely.
Staff Correspondent: The High Court ordered the authority concerned to withdraw the book of ‘Bangladesh Bank History’.
Staff Correspondent: Information Minister Dr Hasan Mahmud said media and journalists of Bangladesh are enjoying more freedom than any other countries in the world.
Staff Correspondent: Former Department of Shipping Chief Engineer Dr SM Nazmul Haque has been indicated in a graft case.
Staff Correspondent: Chief Election Commissioner (CEC) KM Nurul Huda said that the upazila polls will be competitive.
International Desk: Saudi Arabia has said it will work to de-escalate tensions between India and Pakistan, ahead of Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman's arrival in Delhi.
Staff Correspondent, Gazipur: Lakhs of Muslims sought world peace and divine blessings for mankind and the Muslim Ummah as the second phase of Biswa Ijtema concluded on Tuesday through the final supplication- Akheri Munajat.
Staff Correspondent: The five-day Biswas Ijtema is going to end today through Akheri Munajat following the extension of the congregation by a day due to inclement weather that disrupted the rituals of Indian preacher Maulana Saad followers.
Staff Correspondent: Gas supply in a vast area of the capital, that include important government establishments such as Bangabhaban, Gono Bhaban and Jatiya Sangsad, will remain suspended for 12 hours from this evening.
Parliament Correspondent: 49 elected candidates for the parliamentary reserved seats exclusively for women will be sworn in tomorrow (Wednesday).
Staff Correspondent: BNP Special Secretary Dr Asaduzzaman Ripon was sent jail after a Dhaka court denied him bail in four sabotage cases.
Entertainment Desk: Bollywood–turned-Hollywood diva, Priyanka Chopra, who tied the knot with boyfriend (now husband) Nick Jonas in a fairytale wedding last year, has been busy with the promotions of her upcoming film, Isn’t It Romantic?