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Pankaj Debnath removed from Awami League

PM Hasina urges the US to lift sanctions against Russia

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Thursday asked the US to withdraw the sanctions it imposed on Russia as their punitive action is causing immense suffering across the globe. "I think that it is justified to retreat from the act of punishing one country which is hurting the people of the whole world,” she said while inaugurating the new building of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Dhaka, reports UNB. The prime minister joined the event virtually from her official residence Ganobhaban. She said that the US-led sanctions were tantamount to a violation of human rights as it is not fair to deprive all humans of their basic rights. Hasina said it is unfortunate that when the whole world is being affected by the Covid-19 pandemic the Russia-Ukraine war has brought more miseries. ...

4 ambulance drivers fined Tk 1 lakh

Staff Correspondent (Barisal) Four ambulance drivers staying at Sher-e-Bangla Medical College Hospital have been fined Tk 1.15 lakh for not getting any ambulance documents. The raid was carried out by Executive Magistrate Sampati Roy of the Deputy Commissioner's Mobile Court on Saturday. He was assisted at the time by BRTA Inspector Iqbal Mahmud. According to the verdict, the operation was carried out as there were more allegations against them including converting the microbus into an ambulance, not having a license, and tax evasion.

Reproductive health education should be included in school-college curricula

Shahriar Islam Shovon

Reproductive health education is high-quality teaching and learning about a broad variety of topics related to sex and sexuality. It includes human development, puberty, anatomy, and gender identity. Aside from promoting self-awareness and familial bonds, sexual education emphasizes the significance of interpersonal interactions. Reproductive health education teaches us how to conduct ourselves in sexual relationships. Having knowledge about sex educat...

Meeting of the executive parliament of AL will be held toady

The Awami League Central Executive Parliament meeting today may result in a number of decisions, including the organisation of the party's national conference. The meeting will take place in the Prime Minister's official house, Ganobhaban, at 5:30 p.m. on Wednesday. Through this meeting, all of the Central Committee's leaders will get the chance to meet with President and Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina for the first time in five and a half months. The most recent meeting of the Awami League Central Executive Parliament took place on November 19, 2016, at Ganobhaban, Bangladesh. It was agreed at the meeting that Jahangir Alam, the General Secretary of the Gazipur Metropolitan Awami League, would be expelled from the party...