April 17, 2021


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No time to waste on nuclear deal: Pentagon

Struggle Online Desk: Pentagon officials say an agreement with Iran on a nuclear deal must be reached as soon as possible and there is no time to waste. The Los Angeles Times reported, citing Pentagon officials.

U.S. Defense Department officials say the failure to implement the nuclear deal would mean that Iran could move closer to nuclear weapons or go to war. Therefore, in order to avoid such a dire situation, it is necessary to reach an agreement with Iran without delay on how to fully implement the nuclear deal.

Last Friday, the rest of the countries that signed the nuclear deal, except the United States, held a virtual meeting. It was decided at the meeting that the countries that signed the agreement will meet again in person this afternoon (Tuesday) in Vienna, Austria.

Following Friday’s virtual meeting, it was announced that the United States would also attend the Vienna meeting. It was reported yesterday (Monday) that US Special Envoy for Iran Robert Malley will lead the US delegation to the Vienna meeting. But Iran has made it clear that it does not view the United States as a party to the nuclear deal; Therefore, there will be no bilateral meeting between the US delegation and the Iranian delegation in Vienna.
A meeting has been held to announce the results of the essay competition and award distribution organized by Gyantapas Abdur Razzak Foundation.

The meeting was held on Monday (April 5) evening through online zoom.

Each of the winners has been awarded with certificates and cash prizes.

A total of six prizes have been awarded in two categories in the competition. The winners at the university level are- Suhrid Sadiq (1st place), Arju Afrin Kathy (2nd place) and Md. Akmal Hossain (3rd place). All three of the winners are students of Dhaka University.

The winners at the school-college level are Ayan Chakraborty (1st place), a student of Amritlal De College, Barisal, Nazifa Tarannum Ruhia, a student of Wills Little Flower School and College, Dhaka (2nd place) and Sharmin Akter, a student of Kalai Gobindpur Mahila Dakhil Madrasa, Comilla.

Director General of the Foundation as the youngest contestant. Jannatul Haque Jyoti, a 4th class student of Karatitolasi MS Memorial High School and College, Dhaka, received a special award on behalf of Ahrar Ahmed.

Abul Khair Litu, Chairman of Bengal Foundation and Trustee Member of Gyantapas Abdur Razzak Foundation presided over the function.

The chief guest was human rights activist and former caretaker government adviser Sultana Kamal.

Special guest was The Daily Star editor and publisher Mahfuz Anam.

Gyantapas Abdur Razzak Foundation Director General and Professor Emeritus of Black Hills State University in the United States. Ahrar Ahmed delivered the welcome address.