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Electricity generation from Rohingya camp waste begins

COX'S BAZAR, May 18: The Department of Public Health Engineering (DPHE) has started generating eco-friendly electricity from waste and abandoned plastic in the Rohingya camp of Cox's Bazar by using the Omni process method. Omni process is a technology where electricity, distilled water and ash are produced from human sewage...

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0.14m sacrificial animals ready in Gaibandha

OUR CORRESPONDENT GAIBANDHA, May 18: As many as 145,381 animals have been kept ready in the district for sacrifice in the upcoming Eid-ul-Azha.According to the Gaibandha Livestock Office, there are 63,246 cows, 147 buffaloes and 81,988 goats and sheep in the district for sacrifice.This year, the demand for sacrificial animals...

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