SUST suspends 14 Shibir men Sylhet Correspondent The authorities of Shahjalal University of Science and Technology (SUST) suspended 14 students, who are activists of Islami Chhatra Shibir, on Thursday on charges of attacking a human chain of teachers and students on the campus. The teachers and students were protesting vandalism of a name plaque of ÔChetona 71′, a memorial to the Liberation War, on the campus on December 13 last year. The vandalism took place the previous night. A disciplinary committee meeting took the decision of suspension on Thursday evening, with Vice Chancellor Prof Aminul Haque Bhuiyan in the chair. Source said all the suspended students are associated with Shibir politics and directly involved in the attack. During the attack, they also torched a motorbike of a teacher. Proctor and Associate Professor Himadri Shekhar Roy said a show-cause notice would be issued against the 14 students who must reply within 15 days as to why they would not be expelled permanently. Foundation of S.R Patwary Quality Educare Institute laid down Baraigram (Natore) Correspondent Foundation stone of five stored building of the S.R Patwary Quality Educare Institute was laid down at Bonpara Bypass formally on it’s own land and campus in Baraigram upazila. On the occasion, a function was held at it’s campus. The Chairman of the institute Dr. Siddikur Rahman Patwary presided over the meeting. Natore District Parishad Administrator Adv. Sajedur Rahman Khan inaugurated the construction of the five stored building and campus of the institute opening the foundation stone as a chief guest in the function. Former College Inspector of Rajshahi Secondary and Higher Secondary Education Board K.M Nazrul Islam Khan was present as a special guest. Also, it was addressed among others by Dr. Husneara Patwary, Upazila Secondary Education Officer Anwarul Islam Chowdhury, Upazila Education Officer (Primary) Saiful Islam, Headmaster Gourpada Mondol, U.P Chairman Chand Mohammad, U.P Chairman Siddikur Rahman, former U.P Chairman Abu Hena Mostafa Kamal and Ataur Rahman Jinna. This institute was established in 2004 at a rented house. There are one to ten class including over 500 students. 14 pirates held in Satkhira Satkhira Correspondent Members of Bangladesh Coast Guard in a drive arrested 14 alleged pirates along with hand bombs and sharp weapons from Gagramari and Pashwemari areas near Sundarbans in Shyamnagar upazila early Thursday. The identity of the arrestees could not be known immediately. Atiqur Rahman, operation officer of the Coast Guard, said on secret information, they conducted a drive in the areas and arrested the 14 pirates when they were going to the areas to take possession of a shrimp enclosure at about 4:00 am. They also recovered five hand bombs, five machetes, two knives and one spear from the arrestees’ possession. A case was filed against them. One held with Phensidyl in Magura MAGURA: Members of Detective Branch (DB) of police arrested a man along with 40 bottles of Phensidyl from Bus Terminal area of the town on Saturday afternoon. The arrestee was identified as Abdur Razzaque, 30, son of Abdul Quader of Hakabo village in Monirampur upazila in Jessore. MA Hashem Khan, officer-in-charge of Magura Police Station, said DB police arrested Abdur Razzaque while taking the bottles of Phensidyl to Faridpur. He was handed over to Magura police, reports UNB.