During summer, the heat of sun rays harms the skin which may lead to sunburn, dark spots, wrinkles, eye damage, etc. In the worst case, UV Rays may cause skin cancer. Unlike women, men tend to neglect skincare. Even some men think that the skin-care routine is for women's to-do list. However, the UV rays of the sun are harmful to every human being. An effective summer skincare routine can help males to protect their skin from harmful sun rays. Why men should take Care of their skin To avoid skin problems Many men spend a long time outdoors every day for livelihood and other purposes. The humid temperatures of summer affect their skin texture. Getting exposed to direct sun rays and dust, many men experience skin problems like skin break-outs, dryness, acne, clogged pores, fine lines, etc. Men staying outdoors for long hours are also vulnerable to skin cancer. Prevention is easier and perfect than cure If a man follows a few skincare steps on a regular basis, it can maintain the health of his skin. Regular care can not only minimize the risk of skin cancer but also enhances consciousness. However, even if any skin problem or disease comes out, early detection may help to early cure. The treatment will eventually be less costly for him rather than trying to fix it in the future. Read More: 14 Top Anti-aging Foods to Look Younger To look handsome Who doesn’t want to look handsome? Healthy skin can make a person of any age and gender look fresh and attractive. Furthermore, clear and glowing skin represents the healthy lifestyle of a male and creates a good impression on his personality. To boost self-confidence Looks can leave a positive impact on confidence. When a man’s skin looks better, he will definitely feel better about himself and have more self-confidence. To get youthful skin In the process of aging, the collagen layer of the skin gets damaged. The skin cells look duller and less radiant. However, by following skincare steps, a man can delay the aging process and look younger. For instance, the removal of dead skin cells can help the generation of fresh cells. Read More: 10-Step Korean Skin Care Routine
An Armed Police Battalion (APBn) member was seriously injured after some armed Rohingya men attacked him at Balukhali Rohingya camp in Cox's Bazar Saturday during a drive. The injured, Abu Sayed, 22, has been stationed in Armed Police Battalion 14 (APBn 14), a specialised unit of police at the Rohingya camp. The incident took place at block D-5 of Balukhali Camp-7, said Additional Deputy Inspector General Syed Harunur Rashid, commanding officer of APBn 14. Acting on a tip-off, a team of police went to arrest someone called Zubair from the Rohingya camp. At this time, four to five armed Rohingya men, including Zubair's brother Sanaullah, attacked them with machetes, leaving Sayed critically injured, Harunur Rashid said. Read: 4 held over Tongi businessman murder Later, the APBn man was rushed to Kutupalong Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) hospital. As his condition worsened, he was shifted to Cox's Bazar Sadar Hospital for better treatment. Law enforcers arrested a suspect involved in the attack and efforts are underway to arrest others, Harunur Rashid said.
At least 100 BNP activists were injured during a series of clashes with ruling Awami League rivals onThursday at capital’s Mirpur area over holding a scheduled rally, said the opposition party. “We took permission from police to hold the rally and accordingly asked our activists to join. As our leaders, activists were coming with a procession, activists of AL, Jubo League, and Bangladesh Chaatra League (BCL) attacked them with sticks, rods,” said Aminul Haque, member secretary of Dhaka North unit of BNP. Police also lobbed tear shells at BNP activists, he said. “At least 100 of our activists were injured and 15 were held by police,” said the BNP leader. Such an attack on a protest rally against price hikes of essentials proves that the government wants to prevent democratic rights in a fascist style, said Aminul. Sheikh Bazlur Rahman, president of Dhaka metropolitan north Awami League said a party rally was scheduled there. But BNP also announced a rally later at the same place. He said AL activists were directed to avoid confrontation considering the rallies called by the parties at the same place and same time, “But some overexcited people got involved in a clash,”. The trouble started around 2pm as the ruling party activists reportedly barred their BNP rivals from going to their scheduled rally venue in Mukul Fouz field at Mirpur Section No-6, according to witnesses.. Read: AL-BNP clash leaves 20 injured in Feni Witnesses said the clash occurred around the Mukul Fouz field as the BNP activists tried to resist the ruling party rivals. At one stage, police rushed to the spot and lobbed teargas shells to bring the situation under control. However, sporadic clashes continued at different lanes in the area till 3:15pm. Iqbal Hossain, former joint general secretary of Dhaka north city unit of BNP said the ruling party activists vandalised their makeshift stage of the rally and took a position in the venue in a bid to foil the programme. Officer-in-Charge of Pallabi police station, Parvez said the agitation started after activists of both the parties were moving toward the rally spot. “The situation is under control now and the BNP activist could not hold a rally after the clash. They left the spot,” said OC Parvez. Contacted, Additional Deputy Commissioner (ADC) of Pallabi Zone Arif Hossain said that clashes took place centering the BNP's rally. He, however, denied the attack on the rally by the ruling party activists. “ What they (BNP men) are telling is absolutely false”, he said. Several police members were injured when they tried to disperse the agitators. At one point, when the BNP activists attacked the police, they first fired teargas shells. Then several rounds of rubber bullets were fired to deal with the situation, the ADC (Pallabi Zone) added. Earlier on September 10, BNP announced to hold public rallies in 16 spots under its Dhaka south and north city units until September 27 in protest against the increase in prices of essentials, fuel and transport fares. The rallies are also meant for registering the party’s protest against the killings of Bhola Chhatra Dal leader Noor-e-Alam, Swechchasebak Dal leader Abdur Rahim and Narayanganj Jubo Dal leader Shaon Prodhan. The party has so far held four rallies. END/UNB/ARJ-FA/F
Seven male students belonging to different institutions in Cumilla have been missing since August 23. Although ranging in age from 17 to 25, they all knew each other, and left home without their mobile phones. The students are--Cumilla Victoria Government College’s HSC examinees Imran Bin Rahman and Samy, Cumilla Government College’s HSC examinees Hasibul Islam and Nihal, Imtiaz Ahmed Rifat and Aminul Islam Alamin of Victoria College, and Niloy, a recent graduate of Dhaka’s Daffodil University. Missing Imran’s father Mujibur Rahman said his son had no connection to anything except studies, college, coaching and namaz (prayer). However from his own statement it is learned that Imran was attending a Tabligh e Jamaat programme too. Read: Missing student’s body recovered from Bay in Cox’s Bazar “On August 23, Imran told me that he would go to a Tabligh programme from his coaching and take time to return home,” Mujibur said, adding that he started searching after Imran didn’t come back that night. Or since, for that matter. The following day, a general diary was filed at the Kotwali Model Police Station. Eventually the Rapid Action Battalion was informed, Imran’s father said. Md Afzal Hossain, additional superintendent of police (ASP) of the district, said they have been investigating since September 5. “We cannot say anything on whether they all went off together somewhere before we complete our investigation,” he said. Major Muhammad Sakib, commandant of Rab-11, also refused to share anything on the ongoing investigation.
Coordinator of Ganasanghati Andolan Junaid Saki was injured in an attack allegedly by some Bangladesh Chhatra League (BCL) activists at Chattogram Medical College Hospital (CMCH) Tuesday evening. He was attacked when he went to the hospital to visit people wounded in the deadly fire incident in Sitakunda container depot. Several other leaders and activists of Ganasanghati Andolan were also injured in the attack. Junaid Saki alleged that some BCL men attacked them after the visited the burnt injured at CMCH. “We first visited fire-ravaged Sitakunda depot and later visited the wounded people at the hospital. At one stage, some BCL men attacked us leaving at least 20 leaders and activists of seven political parties injured,” he said. Two police personnel saved them but the rest police members remained inactive during the attack, he alleged. READ: Junaid Saki files contempt of court case against CEC Junaid Saki is now undergoing treatment at a private hospital in the port city. Bangladesh Gana Odhikar Parishad senior joint convener Rashed Khan was among the injured. Denying the allegation, Chattogram city Chhatra League general secretary Zakaria Dastagir said BCL men were not involved in the incident.