Nine people were killed in three road accidents in Raipura and Madhabdi upazilas of Narsingdi on Friday, reports UNB. In Raipura, four motorcyclists were killed when a bus hit their motorbike on Dhaka-Sylhet highway at Charabagh in the morning.The deceased are Ramjan Miah, 17, son of Asad Choukidar, Dalim Miah, 14, son of Hafizuddin, Sohagh Miah, 18, son of Sharif Miah of Morjal in Raipura upazila, and bike driver Yamin, 25, of Putia in Shibpur upazila.Raipura police station officer-in-charge Delwar Hossain said the Dhaka-bound bus from Bhairab smashed the bike carrying four people around 8:10 am, leaving all the riders killed on the spot.On information, police recovered the bodies and sent those to a local hospital morgue.In Madhabdi, three people — a rickshaw-puller, a passenger and a pedestrian — were killed as a Habiganj-bound bus losing control over its wheel pushed a rickshaw from behind on Dhaka-Habiganj highway in front of Birampur Palli Bidyut office around 1:30pm.The deceased are identified as rickshaw-puller Ilias Ali, 32, passenger Ratan Miah, 45, and pedestrian Makbul Miah, 40.Meanwhile, a couple was killed when a private car hit their motorcycle on Dhaka-Sylhet highway in Panchdona area around 3:30pm.The deceased are Aminul Haque, 35, and his wife Mansura Begum, 30, said Ilias Miah, officer-in-charge of Madhabdi police station.
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Tuesday, November 6, 2018 Share ACV launches 2019 Canada Collection, appoints newest ASM Tags: Air Canada Vacations, New Hires MONTREAL — The latest news from Air Canada Vacations includes a new Area Sales Manager in Quebec as well as the debut of the company’s 2019 Canada Collection.The new collection features 91 vacation packages, which include flight and hotel accommodations, options for stays ranging from three to fifteen nights, and the ability to combine two or more regions.“When we dream about our next vacation, we often think of adventures in far away places,” says ACV’s Managing Director Nino Montagnese. “Our goal with our Canada Collection is to highlight our country’s charm through well-designed, convenient travel packages that let Canadians experience untamed tundra and city flair found in their own backyard.”The Canada Collection has been enhanced to include 10 of the greatest ski resorts in Western Canada and three in Quebec, he adds, plus options for non-skiers like snowmobiling, dogsledding and wildlife adventures.It also offers up golfing, camping, cruises and urban getaways as well as Fly & Drive and Fly & Rail vacation options. Packages come with possible inclusions for ski mountain transfers, lift tickets, train tickets or complimentary camping gear, among others.More news: Hotel charges Bollywood star $8.50 for two bananas and the Internet has thoughtsAir Canada Vacations has also partnered with Trafalgar to offer additional guided tours.All packages come with roundtrip flights from 63 Canadian cities aboard Air Canada and Air Canada Rouge, as well as hotel accommodations and options for guided tours, activities and car rentals. Clients can benefit from free seat selection, a $100 future travel credit and 2,000 bonus Aeroplan Miles per couple.Meanwhile, in Quebec, ACV is welcoming Mary-Gina Mercier as its newest Area Sales Manager – Quebec. Mercier will cover Downtown & South Shore Montreal, as well as the regions of Estrie, Lanaudiere and Mauricie.Mary-Gina MercierMercier joins ACV’s Quebec Sales team with 14 years of marketing and sales experience. The team also includes Veronica Di Ruocco representing the regions of North Laval and Montreal, the Laurentians, Outaouais, and Ottawa, and Dave Boudreau representing the region of Montreal, South Laval, Quebec City, Estrie and East of Quebec. The Quebec sales team is led by David Côté.More news: Rome enforces ban on sitting on Spanish StepsMercier can be reached at [email protected] << Previous PostNext Post >> Posted by Travelweek Group