Narayanganj, Bangladesh Newswire

Narayanganj, Bangladesh Newswire

Comprehensive Real-Time News Feed for Narayanganj, Bangladesh.

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  1. Don't make EC controversialRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Sep 22 | The Daily Star

    Awami League General Secretary Syed Ashraful Islam yesterday called upon BNP leaders to keep all constitutional institutions, including the Election Commission, above controversies. "If we indulge in unnecessary debates over the constitutional institutions, there would be no civilization and no law.

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  2. Ashraf asks BNP to keep EC above controversyRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Sep 22 | The Daily Star

    Awami League General Secretary and Minister for Public Administration Syed Ashraful Islam today called upon BNP leaders to keep all the constitutional institutions including the Election Commission above controversies. "If we indulge in unnecessary debates over the constitutional institutions, there will be no civilization and no law.

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  3. Cattle farmers meet 80pc Eid demandRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Sep 21 | The Daily Star

    The country has met around 80 percent of its demand for sacrificial animals this Eid-ul-Azha with locally reared cattle, reducing its dependence on cattle from India, say traders, farmers and livestock officials. However, Bangladesh Meat Merchants' Association Secretary General Robiul Alam said 55 to 57 lakh cattle were slaughtered this Eid, compared to about 55 lakh in the previous year's Eid.

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  4. DND canal encroachment rampantRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Sep 20 | The Daily Star

    Aleya Begum, a widow of Giridhara Residential Area of Fatullah in Narayanganj, is struggling with her eight-member family for the last five months as their home is under ankle- to knee-deep water since the beginning of rainy season. Aleya purchased the house around 20 years back, but did not face this kind of problem initially as the house was higher than the internal roads and lands of the area.

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  5. Waste disposal a big challengeRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Sep 11 | The Daily Star

    Tomorrow is Eid-ul-Azha but the authorities of the 11 city corporations in the country were yet to launch a comprehensive public awareness campaign on the management of waste of sacrificial animals. Last year, the two city corporations in the capital had launched the awareness campaign much earlier, urging people to slaughter animals only at the designated places.

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  6. A task almost impossibleRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Sep 11 | The Daily Star

    It would be surprising to learn that only six inspectors are in charge of examining and certifying around 5,500 registered boilers across the country a year, which is an undoable task for them. The issue has come to the forefront after Saturday's devastating fire at a packaging factory in Tongi BSCIC industrial area.

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  7. Militant who played a key role in planning Dhaka cafe attack kills himself during raidsRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Sep 11 | DNA India

    Police and medical staff carry a suspected wounded militant on a stretcher for treatment at a hospital in Dhaka on September 10, 2016 Shamsed Hossain slit his throat on his own using a sharp weapon, a doctor at the forensic medicine department of state-run Dhaka Medical College Hospital told reporters after an autopsy.Police's counter terrorism and transnational crimes unit team carried out the raids at Azimpur area on Saturday. A militant who is believed to have played a key role in carrying out the Dhaka cafe attack in Bangladesh that claimed the lives of 22 people including an Indian, killed himself during a raid, police said on Sunday.

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  8. Radicalised abroadRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Sep 9 | The Daily Star

    The man believed to have started the process to radicalise them in Malaysia in late 2013. Police did not disclose his name but said he is a key militant who fled Bangladesh over five years ago.

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  9. Two 'JMB Couples' Planning to Flee to Pak Arrested in B'deshRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Sep 7 | Outlook

    Two couples belonging to Bangladesh's reorganised Jamaat-ul Mujahideen have been arrested over suspicions they were all planning to flee to Pakistan, police said today. Acting on tip-offs, the elite Rapid Action Battalion arrested the two couples, suspected to be members of Neo-JMB, during raids at Dhaka and Narayanganj last night, RAB media wing Assistant Director ASP Mizanur Rahman Bhuiyan said.

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  10. Summit Group to raise $2.5bRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Sep 7 | The Daily Star

    Summit Group has teamed up with international lenders and companies to raise $2.5 billion in equity and loans for setting up a LNG terminal and a number of power plants with electricity generation capacity of 2,000 megawatts. The country's largest private sector power producer has already formed a company, Power International Pvt Ltd, for the purpose.

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  11. Bangladesh police detain two couples planning to 'flee' to PakistanRead the original story

    Wednesday Sep 7 | Newkerala.com

    Dhaka, Sep 7 : Bangladesh police have detained two couples belonging to the terror outfit Neo-Jamaat-ul-Mujahideen Bangladesh on suspicion they were planning to flee to Pakistan. Rapid Action Battalion said on Wednesday that Shariful Islam alias Mahmud, his wife Marjiya Akter Shumi, and Aminul Islam and his wife Nahid Sultana, had "plans to flee abroad".

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  12. 2 militant couples of - Neo JMB' held: RabRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Sep 6 | The Daily Star

    Law enforcers today claimed arrest of two couples from Dhaka and its outskirts in Narayanganj who they say are militants of the "Neo JMB" - the newly formed Jama'atul Mujahideen Bangladesh.

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  13. Raise voice for their trialsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Sep 6 | The Daily Star

    Branding the backers of war criminals as the "biggest culprits and Razakars", Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina yesterday called upon people to be vocal for their trials. "Those who had made war criminals ministers and gave them our national flag and those who had brought Bangabandhu's killers to parliament by rigging votes are the biggest criminals and Razakars," she said.

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  14. Close aide of Dhaka cafe terror attack mastermind killedRead the original story

    Saturday Sep 3 | Newkerala.com

    Dhaka, Sep 3 : A close aide of slain Dhaka cafe terror attack mastermind Tamim Ahmed Chowdhury was killed during a raid in a house in the Bangladesh capital, media reports said. Tamim's 'second-in-command', identified as 'Murad', or called 'Major Murad' by the members of the "Neo Jamaat-ul Mujahideen" terrorist outfit, was killed during a raid in Dhaka's Mirpur city on Friday evening.

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  15. Dhaka cafe attack mastermind's deputy shot dead in BangladeshRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Sep 3 | The Indian Express

    Policemen patrol on the road leading to the Holey Artisan Bakery and the O'Kitchen Restaurant after gunmen attacked, in Dhaka, Bangladesh, July 3, 2016. leader Tamim Ahmed Chowdhury, the mastermind of the July 1 attack on Holey Artisan Bakery in the diplomatic area that claimed 22 lives, mostly of foreigners.

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  16. News 9 mins ago 5:24 a.m.Bangladesh police kill alleged militant tied to Dhaka attackRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Sep 3 | WTSP-TV Saint Petersburg

    Bangladesh police in an overnight raid killed a man who allegedly trained the Islamist militants believed to have carried out the July hostage-taking in Dhaka's diplomatic quarter that left 20 people dead including 17 foreigners, officials said Saturday. The raid follows increased international pressure on Bangladesh to crack down on militants who in recent years have staged violent attacks on diplomats, atheists, bloggers and other perceived enemies of Islam.

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  17. Militant suspected to be behind Dhaka cafe attack killed in BangladeshRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Sep 3 | Al Bawaba

    A woman leaves a floral arrangement on a road block leading to a cafe in Dhaka that was the site of a bloody siege. A suspected militant believed to be the trainer of the July cafe attack perpetrators in Dhaka was killed in a gunfight with security forces late Friday in the Bangladeshi capital, police said.

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  18. Dhaka cafe attack mastermind's deputy shot dead by police in BangladeshRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Sep 2 | India.com

    Dhaka, September 2: Bangladesh police today raided a militant hideout here and killed a top Islamist extremist who helped plan the the Dhaka cafe siege and was the deputy of attack 'mastermind' Tamim Ahmed Chowdhury. The militant was killed during a raid on a house in Dhaka's Rupnagar area and the terrorist was identified by police as top Neo-Jama'atul Mujahideen Bangladesh leader Chowdhury's 'second-in-command'.

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  19. Nganj raid: Cops confirm 3rd dead militant's identity as TawsifRead the original story

    Wednesday Aug 31 | The Daily Star

    Police confirm the identity of the third militant killed in August 27's Narayanganj raid as Tawsif Hossain. Photo: Collected One of the militant is terror kingpin Tamim Ahmed Chowdhury, second one Fazle Rabbi while the third is Tawsif Hossain , Inspector General of Police AKM Shahidul Hoque said at a press conference at the police headquarters this afternoon.

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  20. 2 top 'Neo JMB' men in IndiaRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Aug 30 | The Daily Star

    Say police, suspect they went there to ensure arms supply for cafe attack or to evade arrest for RU prof killing Two top "Neo JMB" leaders, who were involved in the killing of Prof Rezaul Karim Siddiquee, went to India months before the Gulshan cafe siege possibly to ensure supply of firearms for the terror attack, police say. Mamunur Rashid Ripon alias Jahangir and Shariful Islam Khaled left for India in April, days after the murder of the Rajshahi University professor.

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