Kushtia Press Club's journalists

Questions; How many journalists will be killed?

Journalist Golam Rabbani Nadim, from Jamalpur, was brutally murdered, and in response, the journalists of Kushtia organized a human rights rally and demanded the immediate arrest of those involved and a fair trial.

On Friday morning at 10 o'clock, Kushtia Press Club's journalists' leaders warned of intense protests if

15 pens recovered from the stomach of a young man

Surprised? That's true. A doctor has removed 15 pens from the stomach of a young man named Motaleb Hossain (40) through endoscopy in Shahjadpur of Sirajganj. He has a few more pens in his belly. Motaleb Hossain is the son of the deceased Abdur Rahman of village Attardag of Khukni Union of Shahzadpur Upazila of Sirajganj. He was going to one doctor after another with pains and ailments. But there was no solution. In the end, the matter was diagnosed at Shaheed M Mansoor Ali Medical College Hospital in Sirajganj and 15 pens were removed from the young man's stomach. The family members

Surrender 3 hundred extremists with weapons

315 extremists from Sirajganj, Pabna, Bogra, Meherpur, Kushtia, Rajbari, and Tangail surrendered with arms to return to normal life. 315 members of the East Bengal Communist Party (ML) red page and several extremist groups surrendered to Home Minister Asaduzzaman Khan Kamal at Sirajganj RAB-12 headquarters at 1.30 pm on Sunday. Speaking as the chief guest at the surrender ceremony, Home Minister Asaduzzaman Khan said, "You know that since the 80s, proletarians, and extremists have built bases in some districts of this area due to poor communication systems. Later, in 1999, the extremists