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Child abuse and killing should be stopped

Child abuse and killing should be stopped

The incidents of child abuse and killing have significantly increased in the country. In particular child killing and torturing incidents are on the rise which has created a grave concern as usual.

Take steps to stop torture on married women

Now women are holding most of the leading posts in the country. Prime minister, opposition leader, speaker and other government and non-government officials who are dominating the country are the women.

Take steps to stop acid violence

Acid throwing is an inhuman and barbarous act. Almost every day we find reports in the newspapers of acid violence on women. Nowadays these incidents are very rampant in the country.

Strict law needed to stop torture on domestic helps

Torturing incidents on domestic helps have increased in the country. There are allegations of torture on child domestic helps.

Take steps to stop baby stealing from hospital

It is needless to say that children are the most valuable assets to the parents in the world. But it will be a matter of great concern if those adorable children are stolen even from hospital, a safe place for taking treatment.

Curbing launch accidents needed

At least eighteen people including women and children died and 10 others were missing as a launch carrying around 60 people on board capsized in Sandhya River in Banaripara upazila of Barisal on Wednesday morning.

Exemplary punishment should be ensured for stalkers

Another schoolgirl has been stabbed to death within a span of a month. Attack on schoolgirls by spoilt boys is increasing day by day which is putting the law and order situation of the country at risk.

Road death valley: Law enforcement needed

Road accidents have increased across the country recently. At least 24 fresh lives were killed and 70 others injured in the road crashes only on the Dhaka-Tangail highway in 11 days before and after Eid-ul-Azha.

Let Eid be festive

Eid-ul-Azha has come again with the glory of sacrifice. The Muslims across the globe will come under brotherhood in the occasion, leaving all kinds of discrimination.

Ensure proper management in cattle markets

The holy Eid-ul-Azha, the second biggest religious festival of the Muslims, will be celebrated across the country on September 13. On this occasion, two city corporations in the capital have set 21 cattle markets.

Let food-friendly programme be successful

Bengali month ‘Bhadra’, the first month of autumn season, is carrying outgoing note. Bangladesh is an agriculture based country where most of people are involved in agriculture directly or indirectly.

Resolving waterlogging problem in Bhabodaho expected

Bhabodaho area is constituted of waters of Mukteshwari, Teka, Shree and Hori rivers and its distributors. Monirampur, Abhaynagar and Keshabpur upazilas of Jessore district and Dumoria and Phultala upazilas in Khunla districts are located in the Bhabodaho area.

Stern steps needed to stop eve teasing

Eve teasing in the country has become worse. Almost every day in media we see reports of murders of schoolgirls and adolescents by eve teasers.

Mismanagement over Hajj flights not expected

Many Hajj-aspirants might not be able to perform Hajj this year for failing to get visas in time and also for unavailability of air tickets for which they often wait in a long queue.

Effective steps should be taken to check fire incidents

Five fire incidents have taken place across the country including the capital in a span of four days (Friday to Monday).

21 August Grenade attack verdict should be delivered soon

The grenade attack on the rally of the then opposition Awami League at Bangabandhu Avenue was carried out on August 21, 2004, leaving 24 leaders and activists, including Awami League women affairs secretary and wife of late President Zillur Rahman Ivy Rahman, dead and 300 others injured.

HSC result shows positive sign

The results of Higher Secondary Certificate (HSC) and equivalent examinations 2016 have been announced with 74.70% success rate, which is 5.1% higher than that of previous year.

Drive must to stop illegal SIM card sale

Biometric SIM registration was launched across the country showing security reasons of the state and subscribers. But fake SIM cards are now available at various stores.

Possibility of exporting manpower to Saudi Arabia should be utilised

Saudi Arabia has officially lifted a six-year-old ban on recruiting workers from Bangladesh. The country did not recruit any workers from other sectors except domestic workers in last six years.

Withdraw sub-standard drugs from market

The High Court on Monday directed the government to withdraw drugs of 20 and antibiotics of 14 pharmaceuticals companies from the market as their medicines were sub-standard.

Development aid should be continued

After the militant attacks in Dhaka`s Gulshan and Sholakia Eidgah in Kishorganj, many feared that donor countries might no longer invest in Bangladesh.

Adequate relief goods needed for flood-hit people

Flood situation in the northern parts of the country has worsened due to heavy rain and onrush of hilly water. With the water surging in the rivers, terrible river erosion has increased the suffering for the flood-hit people.

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