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  • Remittance under anti-militancy radar: Minister

    Bangladesh government is monitoring foreign earnings in its efforts to trace the source of militancy funding, Industries Minister Amir Hossain Amu say.

  • Sheikh Hasina

    Help govt fight militancy

    Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina yesterday called on people to cooperate with the government in its fight against militancy and terrorism to maintain peace in the country. “We are taking actions against terrorism and militancy so that peace can prevail in the country. We want people's cooperation to this end,” she told parliament during an unscheduled discussion on the 67th founding anniversary of the Awami League.

  • Anti-adulteration drives to go on

    The government will continue with the month-long special anti-adulteration drives across the country as a section of unscrupulous traders do brisk business by selling substandard food during the month of Ramadan.

  • Mamata invites Hasina

    Just after taking oath as the chief minister of West Bengal for the second time yesterday, Mamata Banerjee invited Bangladesh's prime

  • Amu to represent PM at Mamata’s swearing-in

    Industries minister Amir Hossain Amu will represent Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina at the oath taking ceremony of West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee.

  • No IS link found in recent 37 killings: Amu

    No evidence of involvement of Islamic State (IS) has been found in recent 37 killings, Industry Minister Amir Hossain Amu says.

  • Rawhide won’t be allowed at Hajaribagh tanneries: Amu

    Industry Minister Amir Hossain Amu says that rawhide would not be allowed to enter tannery factories at Dhaka’s Hajaribagh to avert environment pollution in this area.

  • Amu blames ‘violence perpetrators’ for blogger killings

    Industries Minister Amir Hossain Amu dubs blogger killings “planned” and blamed the “perpetrators of violence” for the murders.

  • Regular food check drives in Ramadan: Minister

    The government will carry out impromptu drives across the country to check on the quality of food during Ramadan for the sake of public health.