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Friday, 14 July 2017 10:27

4 promoted to senior secretaries

News Flash Correspondent A total of four secretaries have been promoted to senior secretaries on Thursday. A notification from the ministry of public administration, has confirmed in this connection on the day. The senior secretaries were appointed at the same place where they worked in previous time. With this four, at total of 13 senior secretaries are working in the administration now. The officials are- Dr Aslam Alam,Yunusur Rahman, Moinuddin Abdullah and Khondkar Anwarul Islam.
News Flash Correspondent Maruful Islam, a sub-inspector of Mirpur Police Station, has been suspended temporarily as he allegedly submitted charge sheet against a 10-month-old baby and a deceased person of a theft case lodged in June last year. The action was taken as per the direction of Inspector General of Police AKM Shahidul Hoque today, says senior information officer of the police headquarters, Kamrul Islam. Earlier on May 9, a Dhaka court gave the police investigator a week to appear in person to explain how and why a 10-month-old baby and a deceased person were implicated in the charge sheet.…
Staff Correspondent The government has ordered a probe into the suicide of freedom fighter Ayub Khan, who took his own life after being ‘humiliated’ by the secretary of Liberation War Affairs. “Joint secretary (administration) Sheikh Mijanur Rahman has been told to investigate and give me every detail within three days,” Liberation War Affairs Minister AKM Mozammel Huq told reporters at the Secretariat on Thursday. Police said the 62-year-old freedom fighter left a suicide note saying Secretary MA Hannan ‘threw him out’ - a kind of humiliation he could not live with. Khan, former commander of the Muktijoddha Sangsad’s Satkania Upazila…
Saturday, 13 December 2014 09:15

Chief Justice wants more judges, Courts

Staff Correspondent Chief Justice Muzammel Hossain yesterday stressed the need for appointing more judges and manpower as well as increasing the number of courts for reducing the backlog of cases. “The huge backlog of cases is a major hurdle to getting justice by the people,” he said while addressing 17th founding anniversary of Jatiya Samannita Unnayan Foundation, a social-economic development organisation, at Diploma Engineers’ Institute in the capital.The chief justice also said if the number of judges and manpower at the courts can be increased, the backlog of cases will be reduced.He said, “The opportunity for the judges to get…