PM calls for maintaining peace in hill districts

first_imgPrime minister Sheikh Hasina. File PhotoPrime minister Sheikh Hasina on Sunday laid emphasis on maintaining a peaceful atmosphere in the hill tracts of the country.“Make it sure peace prevails there [in hills]… we do want that. All must maintain a congenial atmosphere. This is not important who is Pahari (indigenous) and who is Bangalee,” she said.She said this while speaking with a cross-section of people of Bandarban district through a videoconference after unveiling the results of SSC and equivalent exams at her official residence Ganabhaban, reports UNB.The premier said all have to be treated as human being. “Human is human…we have to treat human as human being,” she said.Sheikh Hasina mentioned that all human have the basic rights to enjoy. “We’ve to fulfil that right of people.”On Friday, five people were gunned down and eight others suffered bullet wounds in an attack by some miscreants at Betchhari in Naniarchar upazila of Rangamati.They came under the gun attack while during the funeral programme of slain Naniarchar upazila chairman Shaktiman Chakma.Advocate Shaktiman Chakma, 55, also a leader of Parbatya Chattagram Jana Sanghati Samity (MN Larma faction), and chairman of Naniarchar upazila was shot dead by unidentified miscreants in front of the upazila parishad complex on 3 May.last_img read more

Another Immigration Detention Center Planned For South Texas

first_imgPixabayU.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement is planning to open another detention center in South Texas for people apprehended entering the country illegally.The Austin American-Statesman reports the agency this month asked private companies to submit preliminary proposals for a new facility along the Interstate 35 corridor housing adult detainees.There are already a number of such detention centers operating south of San Antonio.The request for proposals indicates ICE is open to new construction or the renovation of an existing facility. It would house about 1,000 beds.ICE says it can’t comment on pending contracts.Arrests of immigrants crossing the border into Texas have declined sharply since the election of President Donald Trump, but arrests from domestic enforcement efforts in Texas and other states are on the rise.___Information from: Austin American-Statesman, http://www.statesman.com Sharelast_img read more

How to keep up with your New Year resolutions

first_imgMaking resolutions and scheduling actions for New Year is something that everyone aspires for. But, the real challenge is in keeping up the momentum to achieve the goals. Chaotic routines, dwindling will-power or plain laziness tend to succumb to these at some point or the other. However a few steps might help you to achieve the goals you have set for yourself in 2019. Experts list some ways to keep up with your New Year resolutions: Trick your brain and start by familiarising your mind with your resolutions by visualising them. Write down your goals and stick them at some corner you visit often like your bedroom walls or office cubicle. These work as perfect reminders which we often require. This will make you feel more inclined towards your goal without positioning it as a threat to your habits. Also Read – Add new books to your shelfRecharge your spirits and boost yourself with some pep talk by listening to self-help podcasts. When routine wears you down, escape it with motivational and inspirational sessions on podcast platforms. From health to career goals, you will find a countless number of topics on how you can set realistic goals and achieve them. Also, Set practical and achievable goals keeping in mind your budget. Ensure the goals are specific and measurable for example, ‘I want to lose 5 Kgs’ is a better-defined goal which you can work towards than ‘I want to have a figure like some Bollywood actress’. Research well on the place you want to visit and plan the duration and dates for your travel in advance. Book the tickets accordingly and the moment that is done, you will try your best to make that travel happen.last_img read more