Former diplomats for upholding democratic values

Retired high commissioners both Bangladesh and India on Friday decried India’s foot dragging on the Teesta water sharing treaty and ratification of the land boundary deal singed between the two neighbours in 1974. They said that the responsibility lay with India that the two issues, which were crucial for Bangladesh, could not be settled yet although New Delhi made commitments several times over the Teesta deal and ratifying the Indira-Mujib Land Boundary Agreement, which had already been ratified by Bangladesh.

RU teacher hacked to death

leaving him fatally injured, said Alamgir Hossain, officer-in-charge of Motihar police station. He said the police had recovered a motorbike and a bloodstained machete from the spot. He said they were preparing for filing a case. The registrar of RMCH neurosurgery unit said Shafiul died around 4:00pm from the injuries in the head and neck. The body was taken to the hospital morgue in the evening for post-mortem examination.

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