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Discussions on proper homeopathy treatment held

Chittagong Bureau

Combined Homeopathy Society(Sammilita Homeopathy Samaj) , Chittagong  arranged a discussion meet  on ‘proper diagnosis and selection of Homeo medicines’ held  at the auditorium of Hotel Paramount International in Chittagong on Tuesday.

Chief Editor and Publisher of Homeo Chetona Principal Dr. Abdul Karim presided over it. Secretary General of World Homeopathy Research & Publications Council and internationally reputed Homeo physician of India Prof.Dr. Bijoy Banu Dutta attended the discussions as principal speaker of the meet. Prof. Dr. Naim Kader was the moderator the discussions.

Acting principal of Azizur Rahman Homeopathic Medical College & Hospital Dr. Ferdousi Begum, Acting Secretary General of central committee of Bangladesh Homeopathic Parishad Dr. Anjam Kumar Das, President of Chittagong Unit of BAHOP Prof. Dr. Debrath Bhattachariya,  Chittagong District General Secretary of  BHMA Dr. Md. Shamsuddin, BAHOP city unit President Prof.Dr. Mridul Kanti Dey, General Secretary of BAHOP, Chittagong District Unit Dr. SM Saleh Jahangir were present in it as special guests.

Principal speaker Prof. Dr. Bijoy Banu Dutta said before prescribing medicines, every physicians should  formulate the  patient’s history correctly and the symtoms of the disease to help facilitate to prescribe medicines to the patients. He also answered to a barrel of questions of the physicians  in the discussion meet.Principal Dr. Abdul Karim in his presidential address said  proper patients history is the main key for diagnosis of the disease and accurate selection  of medicines .

Among others, Dr. PrabirKanti Paul,Dr. Abdur Rahman, Prof. Dr. Omar Faruk, Prof. Giasuddin Ahmed, Dr. Abdul Jalil, Dr. Raju Ahmed, Dr. Ariful Islam, Dr. Kazi Md. Salimullah, Dr. Ratan Kumar Bhoumik and Dr.Md.Selimuddin spoke on the occasion. .A large numbers of homeo physicians attended the discussion meeting, a sources said.

Earthquake drill held in CUET

A drill over earthquake was held in the campus of Chittagong University of Engineering & Technology as arranged by the Fire Service and Civil Defence authority  on Tuesday .

Vice chancellor of CUET Prof. Dr. Jahangir Alam witnessed the drill as chiefguest. Among others pro-VC Prof.Dr. Md. Rafiqul Alam, Registrar Prof.Farukuzzaman Chowdhury, Deputy director of Fire Service & Civil Defence Mr. Samarendra Nath Biswas, Dy.AD Md. Abdul Malek, Foreman Md. Akhtar, senior station officer Purna Chandra Mutsuddi were also present  on the occasion. Inspector of Fire services Md. Mannan conducted the whole earthquake drill .

The members of the CUET family also witnessed the quake drill , sources said.

4 Yaba traders held 

Members of the Rapid Action Battalion (RAB) arrested four alleged Yaba traders including a woman with one lakh pieces of contraband Yaba tablets from city’s Askar Dighi area on Monday midnight.The arrested were identified as Chand Mia Soudagar, 49, Alamgir, 34,
Anisur Rahman, 35, and Hosne Ara Begum, 30.The RAB team also recovered Taka three Lakh and 40 thousand 147 from them and detained two motorbikes.

Lieutenant Colonel Miftah Uddin Ahmed, commander of RAB-7, said acting on secret information, a team of RAB raided two motorbikes at Sarson Road under city’s Kotwali thana and arrested Chand Mia, Alamgir and Anisur with 90 thousand pieces of Yaba tablets.Sensing presence of the RAB members, another Yaba trader Abdus Shakur,
who was in one of the motorbikes, fled away from the spot, the RAB commander, said adding that later RAB raided the house of Shakur in city’s Chandgaon residential area and arrested his wife Hosne Ara with 10 thousand pieces of Yaba tablets.

The arrestees during primary interrogation confessed that Chand Mia and Alamgir used to collect Yaba pills from Myanmar and distribute those among the retail sellers and users through Anis and Shakur.

Chand Mia was wanted in a case filed over recovery of five lakh Yaba
tablets in Cox’s Bazar while a case was filed with city’s Kotwali thana in this connection, RAB sources said.

Deceiver rounded up in Ctg court areas

ctgmap A deceiver named Athunu Bhattachariya(27) was rounded up from Chittagong court building premises on Tuesday . Chittagong Lawyers Association caught him from court area  and later handed over to Kotwali thana police in city for alleged involvement with different types of deceiving incidents within the court building areas recently.

Kotwali thana officer incharge Md. Jasimuddin told that detained Athunu Bhattachariya is working as assistant  under a lawyer in Chittagong court . It is alleged that  he used to harass people with showing fake court summons since long, Bar association sources said.

During the raid of lawyers association  against the touts in court premises on Tuesday , Athunu was detaianed by them, sources said.

Later, Asstt. Secretary of the association Advocate Md. Rashel lodged FIR against him after handing over to police, sources said.

 

70 tenants evicted from Abdul Jalil estate

Chittagong Bureau

 

Caption: A view of the eviction drive in Pathergatha Abdul Jalil Estate in Chittagong on Tuesday.  NN photo

About 70 tenants of the Abdul Jalil estate in Pathergatha under Kotwali thana in city were evicted on Tuesday .

 The eviction drive was conducted from morning to 4 pm , police sources s aid. Executive Magistrateof the district administration  Saiful Islam led the eviction drive . He told the media that following the directives of the higher court, the eviction drive was launched . After evicting the tenants , 7 acres of land handed over to coiurt custodian  Advocate Mahmudur Rahman under his custody.

It is learnt from local sources, the evicted tenants had been residing within the Abdul Jalil estate of Jalillgonj, Pathergatha through constructing semi-pucca houses for the last 5 decades . Court sources said there was a long dispute over the ownership of the estate among the successors of the late Abdul Jalil chowdhury since long and hence the tenants was paying house rent to court custodian . After finalization of the ownership title by the concerned court, the tenants were evicted aimed at handing over the properties to the successors of the Abdul Jalil chowdhury, sources said.

 

 

 

Digital Fair begins in Bandarban

BSS, Bandarban

A three-day long digital Fair was began at deputy commissioner’s premises in the district on Tuesday.

Chittagong divisional commissioner M Ruhul Amin inaugurated the fair.

Deputy commissioner Dilip Kumar Banik, Police super Mizanor Rahman, additional deputy commissioner Abu Jafor and chairman of sadar upazila parishad Abdul Quddus were present as the special guests.

A total of 20 stalls were set up in the fair.

Accused flees Ctg court skipping verdict

An accused in a drug case fled the court premises on Tuesday when the verdict in the case was all set to be delivered.

Court sources said Bashir Ahmed, a resident of Chakaria upazila of Cox’s Bazar district, who was on bail appeared before the court in the afternoon and sensing that the verdict will not go in his favour managed to escape from the court, UNB reports.

The court of Additional Metropolitan Sessions Judge M Nurul Islam then sentenced Bashir to five years’ imprisonment in his absence and issued a warrant to arrest him.

On September 5, 2009, police arrested Bashir along with 140 pieces of Yaba tablets from New Market area in the city.

Later, police filed a case against him with Kotwali Police Station under the Narcotics Control Act and submitted charge sheet.

Accused flees Ctg court skipping verdict

An accused in a drug case fled the court premises on Tuesday when the verdict in the case was all set to be delivered.

Court sources said Bashir Ahmed, a resident of Chakaria upazila of Cox’s Bazar district, who was on bail appeared before the court in the afternoon and sensing that the verdict will not go in his favour managed to escape from the court.

The court of Additional Metropolitan Sessions Judge M Nurul Islam then sentenced Bashir to five years’ imprisonment in his absence and issued a warrant to arrest him.

On September 5, 2009, police arrested Bashir along with 140 pieces of Yaba tablets from New Market area in the city.

Later, police filed a case against him with Kotwali Police Station under the Narcotics Control Act and submitted charge sheet.

5 cops among 7 injured in clash

Five policemen and two drug traders were injured in a clash between the two groups at Rangipara slum in the city on Tuesday night.

The injured policemen were identified as sub-inspectors Himel Roy, Nurul Afsar and Mizanur Rahman and assistant sub-inspectors Sharif and Jakir Hossain.

Officer-in-charge of Halishahar Police Station Pranab Chowdhury said on secrete information that a group of people were selling drugs at Rangipara slum, a team of his police station conducted a drive there.

However, sensing the presence of police, the drug traders swooped on the law enforcers, leaving five police personnel injured.

On information, another team of police rushed to the spot and carried out a drive in the slum when several chases and counter chases took place between them and the drug dealers, leaving two traders injured.

Later, police arrested one Shohel and his father in connection with selling drugs.

A case was filed with Halishahar Police Station against the two arrestees and many unidentified others for preventing police from discharging their duties.

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