42nd BCS results published, 4,000 posts recommended for assistant surgeons

Today, the Bangladesh Public Service Commission published the final results for 42nd BCS. The special BCS has made a recommendation to recruit 4,000 physicians. Today, the PSC released a press release. The release stated that an announcement was made on November 30, 2013 to fill the 2,000 vacant positions of Assistant Surgeons in (Health) the 42nd BCS Special Examination-2020 to provide services to Covid-19 patients. The public administration ministry sent a recommendation to add 2,000 assistant surgeons to the 2,000 positions under the BCS(health) category.

Bridge collapses as boat hit

Two people were hurt when a bridge collapsed and a brick-laden vessel crashed into it at Akhaura, Brahmanbaria, on Friday. Khalek and Habib, both from Rajbaria of Sarailupazila, were the injured passengers on the boat. Sento Miah, boat owner, stated that the boat lost control at the bridge because of the heavy water flow. In 22 years, the bridge was removed without any connecting roads.

Minister blames import dependency for price hike

Mohsin Ali stated that many achievements of the current government were overshadowed by the purchase price increase of food things. He stated that 500 trucks had been engaged in open market sales. Tipu also blamed the inclination of profiteering among traders and panic buying among customers for the cost increase of food items that affected the folks who suffered income losses prior to the Covid epidemic. Approximately 27 percent of the total 70 respondents said they borrowed from others to meet up the losses of earnings, '' said Nazneen. The purchase price of edible oil has dropped on the international market while 95 percent of the country's olive oil requirement is met through import. The pandemic has caused double load for poor since the earnings of 65.7 per cent reduced. Approximately 51 per cent responded stated they took meals three times per day while 67 per cent said that they were able to receive protein diet mainly out of eggs. Sayema Hauque urged the authorities

Bangladesh Needs More Energy For Development, PM Says

Leader Sheik Hasina on Friday said the public authority of Bangladesh needs to build up the country and therefore it needs more energy. "We need the advancement of our country. That is the reason we need energy," she said while visiting Special US Presidential Envoy for Climate John Kerry approached her at her authority home in Dhaka, reports UNB. PM's press secretary Ihsanul Karim advised correspondents after the gathering. He said the Prime Minister referenced that as the wellspring of clean energy, Bangladesh put accentuation on delivering more energy from hydroelectric force plants. "We've just a single hydroelectric force age plant. Presently we're in conversation with Nepal, Bhutan and India to set up hydroelectric plants through respective or three sided activities on provincial premise," she said. She additionally said that there are around 5.8 million sunlight based network in the country. "Farming area additionally needs sunlig

Caches of illegally imported liquor seized

The specialists of the Customs Intelligence held onto illicitly imported alcohol and unapproved hardware gadgets, including walkie-talkies, from a Kadamtali eatery in Dhaka. They did a strike on Thursday night at Irish Pub and Restaurant of Kadamtali and held onto 4,433 containers and jars of alcohol worth, 1,665 liters, and 65 walkie-talkies. Preparation to media on Friday, Customs Intelligence chief general Abdur Rouf said that they had a hint about the reserves of unapproved electronic gadgets in the eatery. A group of the Customs Intelligence struck there and held onto those, the DG said. The eatery specialists couldn't show any substantial records of bringing in alcohol, he said. A case was under cycle to be held up against the café specialists. Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click he

Dhaka, Male sign 4 deals focused on connectivity, trade

Bangladesh and Maldives on Thursday arrived at an agreement to reinforce network by building up direct business transportation and air connections and consent to a special exchange arrangement pointed toward expanding exchange between the two nations. The two nations additionally marked four updates of comprehension to support participation in various regions including fisheries and social issues. The arrangements were reached at talks at the level of the tops of the legislatures of the different sides — Maldivian president Ibrahim Mohamed Solih and PM Sheik Hasina — at the Prime Minister's Office in Dhaka. Unfamiliar priests of the two nations — Abdulla Shahid of Maldives and AK Abdul Momen of Bangladesh — advised writers about the result of the discussions. The two top pioneers chose to set up an immediate business dispatching join between Male, the capital and seaport of Maldives, and the three seaports of Bangladesh by consenting to a delivery arrangement. Biman Bangl

People pay last respect to Moudud Ahmed

Government officials, scholastics, experts and individuals from varying backgrounds on Friday offered their final appreciation to resistance Bangladesh Nationalist Party standing panel part Moudud Ahmed at various projects in Dhaka. An enormous number of individuals in the vicinity of Central Shaheed Minar, Supreme Court and BNP focal office at Naya Paltan offered their final appreciation to the pioneer setting wreaths on his final resting place. Moudud kicked the bucket on Tuesday at a Singapore clinic at 80 years old. He had been experiencing mature age difficulties. His body was gotten Dhaka on Thursday evening. The assortment of Moudud was kept anywhere nearby of the Central Shaheed Minar at around 9:00 where heads of BNP, Jatiya Party group, Gono Forum, Nagarik Oikya, Bangladesh NAP, Muktijoddha Dal, Doctors Association of Bangladesh, Gonoshasthaya Kendra establishing trustee Zafrullah Chowdhury and individuals from varying backgrounds offered their final appreciation. L