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War and Remembrance 

August 27, 2000   


Naogaon (UNB) - Pakuria Mass-killing Day, marking the killing of over one hundred people by Pakistani military, will be observed in the district on August 28 (Monday).



Teachers’ vacancy

August 6, 2000   


Naogaon, Aug 5 (UNB) - Some 19 posts of teachers, including the Principal, have been lying vacant at the Naogaon University College hampering academic activities.



Bangladeshi youth abducted by Indian miscreants

June 22, 2000   


Naogaon, June 21 (UNB) – A gang of Indian miscreants on Sunday kidnapped a Bangladeshi youth and demanded Tk 50,000 as ransom.



Father hands over addicted son to Police  

June 19, 2000   


Naogaon (UNB) – As his all efforts to correct his drug addict son went in vain, a man of Ukil Mohalla in the town handed over the spoiled boy to police.



Dacoits looted valuables worth over Tk 5 lakh

June 9, 2000   


Naogaon, June 8 (UNB) - Bandits looted valuables worth over Tk 5 lakh from a house in a remote village in Porsha upazila after exchanging gunshots with the landlord on Saturday.



Smuggled sugar seized

May 30, 2000  


Naogaon, May 29 (UNB) – BDR jawans recovered 903 kgs of smuggled sugar from a frontier area in Dhamraierhat Upazila last week.



Allowance distributed among poor widows and divorcees

May 12, 2000  


Naogaon, May 11 (UNB) – Some 580 distressed women of the district were given Tk 400 each as allowance of last four months on Sunday.



Three people killed in a road mishap

May 11, 2000 


Naogaon, May 10 (UNB) – Three people were killed and eight others injured in a road mishap at Chourasta crossing in Badalgachi upazila on Sunday morning.


Police and witnesses said Abu Bakar, 40, died on the spot and 10 others were injured when a Naogaon-bound bus coming from Nazirpur rammed into the roadside shops when the driver lost its control over the steering.



Suicide rising in Naogaon

May 8, 2000 


Naogaon, May 7 (UNB) - The trend of suicide has marked an alarming rise in the district for various reasons including poverty and frustration.


According to a recent survey conducted by an NGO, nearly 400 people, mostly women, committed suicide in the district last year. 



Boro paddy under water for incessant rain

May 6, 2000  


Naogaon, May 5 (UNB) – Standing boro paddy on 50,000 hectares of land in the district went under water following incessant rain for the last few days.


Officials said low-lying areas of Raninagar, Atrai, Mohadevpur and Porsha upzilas, including Dighli, Beelbhobani and Guta beel in Sadar upzila, were inundated by the rainwater.



Three people to life term jail

April 25, 2000


Naogaon, Apr 24 (UNB) – A court here recently convicted three people and sentenced them to life term in jail in a murder case.


The lifers are yarn traders Abul Kalam of Tangail district, Harendra Chandra Barman of Dhamrairhat and Shahabuddin of Mohadevpur upazila in Naogaon.



IRRI production hampered

April 23, 2000  


Naogaon, Apr 22 (UNB) - Production of IRRI-Boro paddy may be hampered in the district during the current season due to intermittent power supply and low-voltage.


Agriculture Extension Department sources said additional lands as against the cultivation target of 1.48 lakh hectares were brought under IRRI-Boro cultivation this year with a production target of 4.21 lakh mts of paddy.



Crime rising but local administration inactive

April 22, 2000  


Naogaon, Apr 21 (UNB) – Serious crimes like killing, mugging, robbery and extortion have marked an alarming rise in the district due to inaction of the local administration.

Police said three people were killed in Sadar Upazila alone last week.


A gang of miscreants shot dead a young man, Bachchu, at Ukilpara in the town on April 10.  In another incident, unidentified terrorists called shopkeeper Sumon, 20, out his shop and slaughtered him on April 13.



Father abducted by his sons

April 22, 2000 


Naogaon, Apr 21 (UNB) - Police rescued a kidnapped man and arrested his five sons from Raninagar Upazila Monday on charge of abduction.


Police said Mozammel Hossain of village Dudia in Adamdighi upazila of Bogra and his wife took refuge at one of their relatives’ house at Karaj village in Raninagar upzila in the face of threat by his seven sons following a dispute over their land property.



Potentials to grow turnip 

April 19, 2000 


Naogaon, Apr 18 (UNB) – The district has immense potentials to grow turnip as soil and climate here proved to be more suitable for its cultivation.

Agriculture officials said the demand for foreign turnip has marked a rise in the country in recent times and our growers could easily grab its market.



Medical services hampered in hospitals 

April 18, 2000 


Naogaon, Apr 17 (UNB) – Medical services in hospitals of the district are seriously being hampered as over 50 percent posts of physician and health worker have long been lying vacant.


Official sources said 93 posts, out of 163, in Sadar Hospital, thana health complexes and other government health centers in the district could not yet be filled up despite repeated appeals.



Housewife strangulated allegedly by husband  

April 18, 2000  


Naogaon, Apr 17 (UNB) – A housewife was strangulated allegedly by her husband in Bazar area of the town on Saturday.


Police said Syed Sajedul alias Masum killed his wife Zinat, 20, an HSC examinee of Naogaon Govt Women’s College, and took her to Sadar Hospital saying that she was injured in a road accident.



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