Elected officials and local authorities across the United States and around the world should consider replicating an innovative legislative proposal that would prohibit police from arming robots used in their law enforcement operations.
Don’t forget Covid protocol after vaccination: PM Hasina
Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Thursday renewed her call to the people of the country to strictly maintain the health protection guidelines, even after receiving the Covid-19 vaccine.
Don’t Wanna Know
Sudhirendar Sharma Our taste for ignorance is a strategic tool for autocracies, a drug spurring mindless consumerism and turning crucial profit.
Floods don’t always happen, these are caused too
Sudhirendar Sharma The reality behind the statistics and headlines of man made disasters are too grim for words. Flooding has always threatened human habitation, but it is happening too often in recent times with disastrous consequences in unexpected places. Much…
Don’t leave work stations during Eid vacation: Govt
Dhaka, July 13 – The government has decided not to extend the three-day Eid holiday asking the government employees not to leave their workplaces amid the Covid-19 pandemic in the country.
Blood pressure medicines don’t raise COVID-19 risk
Commonly used blood pressure medicines do not heighten susceptibility to COVID-19 infection, or increase the risk of becoming seriously ill with the disease, three major studies said, positive news for the millions of people who take them.
Don’t’ let mosquitoes eat up votes: PM to Dhaka mayors, councillors
Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Thursday asked the newly-elected mayors and councillors of the two Dhaka cities to pay special attention to check mosquito, particularly Aedes, so that the insect cannot not eat up their votes.
UN faces cash crisis in 2020—if member states don’t pay up
By Thalif Deen UN, Jan 22 2020 (IPS) – UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres declared last week that the United Nations just “managed to survive its deepest financial crisis in a decade.”
Don’t let plunderers, killers return to power: PM Hasina
Dhaka, Dec 04 – Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Wednesday called upon all to remain alert so that bribe takers, interest mongers, orphan’s money looters, money launderers, grenade and bomb attackers, and arson terrorists cannot return to power as they…
Don’t pay heed to propaganda: PM
Mentioning the recent rumours over the scarcity of onion and salt in the market, Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Thursday urged all not to pay heed to such propaganda.
Enough salt in stock; don’t get confused : BSCIC
The government on Tuesday urged all not to get confused with misleading information over salt stock and price being spread by an unscrupulous group saying the current salt reserve is much more than the country needs.
Don’t waste water: PM says while opening 2 plants in capital
Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Thursday urged the city dwellers to exercise austerity while using water since a significant amount of money is spent on water treatment.
Half of survivors don’t monitor their cholesterol regularly
Thousand Oaks, Calif., – Media OutReach – 27 September 2019 – In recognition of World Heart Day on Sunday, September 29, Amgen (NASDAQ:AMGEN) today released findings from a global survey that evaluated worldwide heart attack survivors’ perceptions and awareness of…
Don’t publish judge-lawyer arguments in cases: Press Council
Dhaka, Sept 16 – Bangladesh Press Council has barred the media not to publish the arguments and discussion between judges and lawyers in the courtroom during the court proceedings of the cases.
‘Don’t beat us, just shoot us’: Kashmiris say – BBC
By Sameer HashmiBBC News, Kashmir Security forces in Indian-administered Kashmir have been accused of carrying out beatings and torture in the wake of the government’s decision to strip the region of its autonomy. The BBC heard from several villagers who…
Dengue lesson for Dhakaites: Don’t take health threat lightly
Mostafa Kamal Majumder A tiny kid of two years carried in the lap was telling his father, ‘I will not be given this’ as another child was screaming as a paramedic at a reputed private hospital was piercing a needle…
Don’t fear the scooter
by Alon Tal Tel Aviv – Electric bicycles and scooters are taking a lot of heat. Concerns about traffic fatalities, terrorized pedestrians, and urban lawlessness have led a growing chorus of politicians and media commentators to conclude that the technology…
Money grows on trees–don’t uproot them
By Friday Phiri Pemba, Zambia, Jul 26 2019 (IPS) – Jennifer Handondo, a small scale farmer of Choma district in southern Zambia, plants food crops such as maize mostly for her family’s needs. Because of uncharacteristically high temperatures and low…
We can’t stop climate disaster if big emitters don’t step up
By Frank Bainimarama SUVA, Fiji, Jun 27, 2019 (IPS) — Are the most climate-vulnerable nations of the world right to demand that developed and major economies commit to carbon neutrality by 2050? Should the poorest nations of the world insist…
Don’t reschedule polls where BNP nominees found invalid: AL
Dhaka, Dec 22 – The Awami League on Saturday demanded that the Election Commission should not reschedule the election in the seats where BNP candidates have been declared ineligible by the court.
Don’t cast votes for war criminals: Hasina
Dhaka, Dec 14 – Mentioning that BNP has given nominations to war criminals, their relatives and corrupt elements in different constituencies, Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Friday urged the people of the country not to cast their votes in favour…