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Bangladesh confirms three new cases of coronavirus

Staff Correspondent,19 march:
Bangladesh has confirmed three new cases of coronavirus, all from the same family, taking the total to 17.
The victims, including two men and a woman, came into contact with a Bangladeshi returnee from Italy. Two of them are suffering from fever while another is showing symptoms of mild fever.

The victims have been hospitalised.

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Homoeopathy for Prevention of Corona virus Infections

The outbreak of a mysterious new CoronaVirus is rapidly spreading. The whole world is going through the fear of this Corona Virus, the Research Councils under the Ministry of AYUSH, Government of India have issued advisory based on the Indian traditional medicine practicesAyurveda, Homeopathy and Unani.

As per the Ayurverdic Practices the following Preventive Management Steps are suggested.

• Maintain personal hygiene.

• Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds. If soap and water are not available.

• Drink Shadang Paniya (Musta, Parpat, Usheer, Chandan,Udeechya & Nagar) processed water (10 gm powder boiled in 1-liter water, until it reduces to half). Store it in a bottle and drink it when thirsty.

• Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth with unwashed hands.

• Avoid close contact with people who are sick.

• Stay home when you are sick.

• Cover your face during cough or sneeze and wash your hands after coughing or sneezing.

• Clean and disinfect frequently touched objects and surfaces.

• Preferably, use an N95 mask while traveling or working in public places to avoid droplet transmission

• If you suspect Corona Viral infection, wear a mask and contact your nearest hospital immediately.

Prophylactic Measures/Immunomodulatory drugs as per the Ayurvedic practices.

• Measures shall be taken to strengthen the immune system through a healthy diet and lifestyle practices.

• Agastya Harityaki 5 gm, twice a day with warm water.

• Samshamani Vati 500 mg twice a day.

• Trikatu(Pippali, Marich & Shunthi) powder 5 gm and Tulasi 3-5 leaves (boiled in 1-litre water, until it reduces to ½ liter and keeps it in a bottle) keep taking it in sips as and when required.

• Pratimarsa Nasya: Instill two drops of Anu taila/Sesame oil in each nostril daily in the morning.

* This advocacy is for information only and shall be adopted in consultation with registered Ayurveda practitioners only.

At the instance of Ministry of AYUSH, Central Council for Research in Homoeopathy(CCRH) discussed the ways and means of prevention of Coronavirus infection throughHomoeopathy in 64th meeting of its Scientific Advisory Board on 28th January 2020. The Group of Expertsinter-alia has recommended that homoeopathy medicine Arsenicum album30 could betaken as prophylactic medicine against Coronavirus infections, which has also beenadvised for prevention of ILI.It has recommended one doze of Arsenicum album 30, daily in empty stomach for threedays. The dose should be repeated after one month by following the same schedule incase Coronavirus infections prevail in the community. The Expert Group has furthersuggested that general hygienic measures for prevention of air-borne infectionssuggested by the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Govt. of India, for prevention ofthe disease should also be followed by the public.


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Narendra Modi confirms Dhaka visit

Desk,5 March:
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi has postponed his visit to Belgium in view of worldwide Coronavirus outbreak, but he will attend the inauguration of centenary celebration of the Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, according to New Delhi correspondent.
Spokesperson of Ministry of External Affairs Raveesh Kumar confirmed that PM Modi will visit Dhaka to attend the inauguration of centenary birth celebration of Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman .

He reminded that when PM Sheikh Hasina came to Delhi has invited PM Modi to attend the centenary birth celebration of Bangabandhu Sheik Mujib. PM Modi has accepted the invitation and he will definitely attend .Details of his programme will be informed later.


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Mashrafe Bin Mortaza steps down as Bangladesh ODI captain

Desk,5 march:
Bangladesh’s ODI captain Mashrafe Bin Mortaza has announced to step down from the position of skipper. The 36-year-old indicated he wishes to continue playing the format if picked but wants to pass on the mantle of leadership.

The captain made the announcement before the media on Thursday, a day before the third ODI.
He said that the third and final ODI of the series against Zimbabwe, scheduled to be played on Friday, will be his last as captain for the Bangladesh ODI side.

Mortaza, who made his senior team debut in 2001, was first named ODI captain in 2010. After a few short stints, he reclaimed the leadership role in November 2014, leading the side to their first-ever knockouts appearance at World Cup, 2015.

Mashrafe Mortaza has led the side 87 in games, winning 49 and losing 36 – a record unparalleled in Bangladesh cricket.


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Shan, Babar put more pressure on Bangladesh

Bangladesh continued to struggle – now with bowling – in the first Test of the two-match series against Pakistan in Rawalpindi as Shan Masood and Babar Azam hit centuries for the hosts on Saturday, reports UNB.

At the end of the day-2, Pakistan scored 342 for three in 87.5 overs with Babar Azam and Asad Shafiq batting on 143 and 60 respectively. Pakistan took a 109-run lead with seven wickets in hand.

But Abu Jayed hinted something else at the start of the first innings of Pakistan removing Abid Ali for a duck. Abid had hit two centuries in his first two Tests. So it was one of Bangladesh’s initial targets to pick up his wicket early, coming into this innings.

Abu Jayed landed the ball outside off stump going away from the body. Abid went to drive to the point region but only managed a thick edge to wicketkeeper Liton Das.
Brief score:

Bangladesh 1st innings: 233/10 in 82.5 overs, Mithun 63, Najmul 44, Liton 33, Mominul 30, Mahmudullah 25, Taijul 24; Shaheen 4/53, Haris 2/11, Abbas 2/19, Naseem 1/61

Pakistan 1st innings: 342/3 in 87.5 overs, Babar 143*, Shan 100, Asad 60*, Abu Jayed 2/66, Taijul 1/111



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No fines to renew vehicle papers, driving licences until Jun 30

Desk,20 January:
The government has formally waived until Jun 30 the fines stipulated by the new Road Transport Act for renewing expired vehicle papers and driving licenses.
The Road Transport and Highways Division issued a circular on Monday as agreed with the transporters after a crippling strike in November last year when the new Act came into force.

The papers include fitness certificate, tax token and route permit, according to the circular.

The transport owners and workers launched the strike on Nov 20 last year over nine demands, including amendments to the new law that has introduced harsher punishment for drivers for violations of traffic rules and road crashes.

After a meeting with the transporters later that night, Home Minister Asaduzzaman Khan Kamal said the law ministry would look into their demands on the new Act while the certain conditions, such as renewal of licences, will be met by June this year.


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HC stays primary school teachers’ recruitment in 14 districts

Desk,20 January:
The High Court has stayed appointments of assistant teachers for primary schools for six months for breaching recruitment rules in 14 districts.
Justice Sheikh Hassan Arif and Justice Md Mahmud Hassan Talukder issued the order on Monday following a writ petition filed by 46 candidates challenging the results published on Dec 24.

Lawyer Md Asad Uddin represented the candidates in court while Deputy Attorney General Bipul Bagmar stood for the state.
The process of recruitment of qualified candidates from Patuakhali, Madaripur, Sirajganj, Naogaon, Chapainawabganj, Habiganj, Mymensingh, Netrokona, Noakhali, Jashore, Satkhira, Tangail, Barguna and Thakurgaon will be suspended for six months following the order.

As per the primary teacher recruitment rules of 2013, 60 percent of teachers will be appointed from female candidates, 20 percent from dependent quota and 20 percent from male candidates, but the rules were not followed, Asad told .com.

Earlier on Jan 15, the HC stayed the results of qualified candidates from Nilphamari, Barguna and Bhola for six months over the violation of relevant rules.

It also issued a rule asking authorities concerned to explain why the results published on Dec 24 should not be declared illegal.

The primary and mass education ministry published the list of 18,147 successful candidates for appointment to its primary schools as assistant teachers on Dec 24.


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pay scale 2015 (জাতীয় বেতন স্কেল-২০১৫)

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pay scale 2009 (জাতীয় বেতন স্কেল-২০০৯)

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Revised class routine of 2020

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PEC, Ebtedayee, JSC, JDC results to be published on Tuesday

Senior Correspondent,Published: 30 Dec 2019
The results of the school certificate examinations for over 5.5 million fifth and eighth graders are set to be released on Tuesday.
The exams the fifth graders took are Primary Education Completion or PEC and Ebtedayee while the eighth graders sat Junior School Certificate or JSC and Junior Dakhil Certificate or JDC.

Education Minister Dipu Moni and State Minister for Primary and Mass Education Zakir Hossain will present copies of the results to Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina in the morning.

Dipu Moni and Deputy Minister of Education Mohibul Hassan Chowdoury Nowfel will highlight different aspects of the JSC and JDC results at a news conference at the Secretariat at 11:30am.

State Minister Zakir will present different facts about the PEC and Ebtedayee results at 1pm.

The results will be published after the news conferences.

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‘Please take me to the hospital’ Abrar

Desk,10 oct:
A Buet student who spoke to the BBC but did not want to be named for fear of reprisals said they had seen Fahad alive at 02:00 in a room where he had been beaten.



“I saw Abrar in room 2005, he was still alive… With help from some junior students I carried Abrar downstairs. He was still alive and he was saying, ‘Please take me to the hospital quickly.'”

Another student who arrived at the scene said several students had gathered with the assistant provost of the dormitory to urge him to take action, when members of the BCL started banging on the door, attempting to gain entry.

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The death led to widespread student protests in Bangladesh
News of the death led to protests on Monday in Dhaka and other cities. Students in the capital chanted slogans and blocked roads. Protests continued on Tuesday with students at Buet demanding the death penalty for those found guilty of the killing.

Former students and members of the teaching staff also joined the demonstration on the Buet campus. The killing has shocked Bangladesh and shone a light on the culture of violence in public universities.

“This is totally unacceptable that a student will die from torture in a residential hall,” said AKM Masud, president of the Buet Teachers’ Association, according to Bangladeshi site bdnews24.com.

“Abrar Fahad’s death has proved the authorities’ complete failure to ensure the safety of students.”


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Sushmita Sen, Nushrat Jehan, Charu Asopa celebrate Durga Puja

Online Desk,5th October, 2019:
As the country gears up for Durga Puja, Bollywood celebs also joined the festivities and shared pictures from their celebrations on social media.



MP and actor Nushrat Jehan has been sharing fresh looks for each day of Navaratri, reports Hindustan Times.
In accordance with the rituals, each day is dedicated to a form of the goddess and each form has a favourite colour. Devotees use the colour in decorations, flowers and even wear clothes of the same colour to appease the goddess.

Earlier, Sushmita Sen had shared a picture of herself decked up in a Bengali traditional avatar on the day that marked the beginning of Navaratri, also known as Mahalaya in Bengal. Sharing the image, she wrote, “Shubho Mahalaya to you & all your loved ones!!!Maa Durga’s homecoming for me, has always symbolised a time of #triumph of good over evil…of courage over fear…of love over hatred!!! I pray that She always reside in our hearts, embodying the ‘Shakti’ she so richly represents!! To new beginnings, prosperity, divine happiness & the ultimate #mother #duggadugga.”

TV actor Charu Asopa also shared a picture of herself in a Bengali sari.

While Navararti is a nine-day festival and began last Sunday, Durga Puja celebrations begin on the sixth day – Friday when people visit pandals and offer respect to the deity.



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