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8 Killed As Two Buses Collide In Sylhet

At any rate 8 individuals were killed and numerous others harmed as two transports impacted head-on in Sourth Surma upazila of Sylhet on Friday morning.  The characters of the perished couldn't be known at this point. The mishap occurred at Rashidpur territory on Dhaka-Sylhet Highway at around 7:00am, said Md Monirul Islam, official responsible for South Surma police headquarters.  Citing local people and travelers, Monirul said the mishap happened as a Sylhet-bound transport of London Express hit a Dhaka-bound transport of Ena Paribahan, executing four individuals on the spot and harming handfuls more.  Four others kicked the bucket after they were taken to a nearby emergency clinic, the OC said. Drivers of the two transports are among the expired, he added.

Screening of ‘Hasina, A Daughter's Tale’ connects Kolkata audience

As "Hasina, A Daughter's Tale" was rescreened at Nandan-I, during the introduction of the third Bangladesh film celebration in Kolkata on Friday, a few watchers couldn't keep down tears since they could identify with the tale of a woman and furthermore the land she has a place with, with which they share social and semantic likenesses. This film celebration was a piece of a variety of projects that the country's Information Ministry and the Deputy High Commission of Bangladesh in Kolkata are facilitating in the city, to honor the birth centennial of Bangabandhu Sheik Mujibur Rahman and the 50th year of the autonomy of Bangladesh. Screen character and West Bengal Minister, Bratya Basu, and Indian Foreign Secretary Harsh Vardhan Shringla were available at the introduction of the film celebration. Despite the fact that the docudrama kept on intriguing the worldwide crowd, it contacted the watchers of Kolkata more, since part of Sheik Hasina's life was spent