Hundreds of students meet at Mission Beach to pick up trash KUSI Newsroom, Updated: 7:00 PM Posted: May 24, 2018 It was far from the average beach day for nearly 700 local students.Together with volunteers, they showed up to Mission Beach to help pick up trash. Nearly 400 pounds of trash was collected.The event is coordinated by “I Love a Clean San Diego” to celebrate “Kids Ocean Day.” May 24, 2018 Categories: Local San Diego News FacebookTwitter KUSI Newsroom
Logo of TIBTransparency International Bangladesh (TIB) has expressed concern over the government move to earmark separate lane in the capital for law enforcing agencies, emergency services and very important person (VIP).”TIB is deeply concerned over the government move to allocate separate lane in the capital for law enforcing agencies, emergency services and very important person [VIP]. It will be a violation of the constitution,” said TIB executive director Iftekharuzzaman in a statement on Tuesday.The statement went on to say, “It will be discriminatory and tantamount to misusing power at the highest level.”Citing media reports, he said the cabinet division has recently sent a proposal to the road transport and highway division to set aside separate lane in the capital for the VIPs.Demanding withdrawal of the proposal immediately, Iftekharuzzaman pointed out that the constitution ensures equal rights for every citizen of the state irrespective of religion, creed, and caste.TIB also called illogical the cabinet division’s argument that VIPs often move on the wrong side, from the opposite direction, and that’s why a separate lane should be earmarked for them.Iftekharuzzaman said the influential quarter will be encouraged to exercise unethical practices and the public sufferings will increase if the proposal is materialised.
Malda (WB): Panic gripped Malda Medical College & Hospital on Wednesday when a mob, infuriated by the death of a local doctor for alleged medical negligence, went on the rampage causing damage to the property, police said. To bring the situation under control, large number of policemen have been pasted at the hospital premises, they said. Kayim Ali (50), a resident of Sujapur under Kaliachowk Police Station, was admitted to the hospital on Tuesday afternoon. He was admitted to the infectious disease ward of the hospital where tests conducted on him showed that he had low platelet count. Also Read – Rain batters Kolkata, cripples normal life Ali needed blood transfusion urgently but the hospital delayed it, his family members said. When they protested the delay, the security guards of the hospital attacked them on Tuesday night, they alleged. After Ali died Wednesday morning, the situation turned worse, said Purnendu Kundu, Inspector-in-Charge Englishbazar Police Station. He said the hospital authorities have not filed any written complaint and no arrests have been made.