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Today in Newspapers

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Published on : 12 June 2019, 05:15 PM
Today in Newspapers

Read Bangla Insider regularly to get the updates about the reports of the top national dailies of Bangladesh. Some of the important stories of the newspapers have been provided below for our readers:

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Bangladesh Pratidin

Tigers facing tough challenge

Bangladesh and Sri Lanka shared one point each as their match was abandoned due to rain. Bangladesh must win all the remaining matches from now on to reach the semi-finals.

Mesbah-ul-Hoque

BRTC burdened with Pakistan’s loan for 48 yrs

BRTC has not been spared from the burden of bank loan because of Pakistan 48 years ago. The authorities are still paying debt of the trucks seized by Pakistan.

Ruknuzzaman Anjan

Editorial

Sirajul Alam Khan must apologize for history distortion

Sirajul Alam Khan has been misguided with the politics of conspiracy and has been identified as a controversial figure before the nation. Tofail Ahmed has accused him of writing distorted information about Bangladesh’s political history in his book.

Peer Habibur Rahman

Desh Rupantor

DIG Mizan won’t be saved

Exemplary punishment will be given to Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) Director Khandaker Enamul Basir and Deputy Inspector General (DIG) Mizanur Rahman who have been accused of taking and giving bribes.

Sarwar Alam, Alauddin Arif

No vat on daily commodities

The new vat law will not be applied on the price of daily commodities, medicines of complicated diseases, computer equipments and agricultural products. Small traders along with the consumers are also going to be spared.

Editorial

Political will and effective steps needed

According to the analysts, poor lending practices, a lack of corporate governance and the political interference in banks are the main reasons behind the rise in toxic loans of the recent times. Government must take effective steps to prevent anarchy in the banking sector.

Shomoyer Alo

22 more low-quality products detected

In the second campaign, BSTI disapproved 22 more low-quality products. However, According to Consumer Association of Bangladesh (CAB), BSTI itself is corrupted. BSTI has been previously alleged of approving invalid products

S M Alamgir

Government likely to buy more 2.5 lac tonnes of paddy from farmers

Claiming that the farmers are getting low price due to bumper production of paddy this year, the food minister announced that the government has decided to purchase additional 2.5 lac metric tonnes of Boro paddy in the current season.

Rafiqul Islam Sabuj

Editorial

BNP losing interest in politics?

At present, anti-government politics is disappearing and an autocratic regime is going to appearing although government did not want it. The position of BNP is weakening day by day.

Faridul Alam


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