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How To Get A Great Deal On A Vehicle

Everyone will probably have to shop for a car at some point in their life, and it may not always be the most appealing prospect. Take the time to compare all your options and identify the ideal vehicle for your needs and your budget. These tips will help you make your shopping experience a lot more pleasant. Make sure that you work with the dealership to lower the sticker price of the vehicle. A person should never end up paying the sticker price. These prices are jacked up on purpose in order to make room for haggling with the customer; therefore, you should take full advantage of talking it down.  Rent a luxury car in Dubai You need to know as much as you can before buying a car. This helps you prepare yourself for the negotiation phase. Also, learn from others, by reading any rip off or scam alerts about that dealership. Get an outside mechanic to look at a used car that you are interested in buying from the dealership. If your dealer does not want to do this, turn around and go som

Kushtia doctor jailed for 15 years in drug case

Equipment for consumption of yaba as well as 2500 yaba pills were retrieved from the accused in the year 2015. A Kushtia court has sent a doctor to 15 years of prison time in a drug-related case. The accused, Asaduzzaman Firoz, a medical officer in residence at Kushtia Government TB Hospital, was also fined Tk50,000, and sentenced to one year in jail for failure to pay. He was at the courtroom at the time Kushtia Additional District Judge and Sessions Judge Tajul Islam announced the verdict in the media, as per reports. The doctor was later transferred to the district prison. According to the case files the police were able to detain Asaduzzaman as well as Joynal Abedin Joy and Naharul Islam as they were under the influence yaba at the time of an anti-drug search at the Nazarul Malithar mill of Mirpur upazila on the 13th of September in 2015. The yaba consumption equipment as well as 22,000 yaba pills were found after detainees' residences were searched. The