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Find A Car You Love And Can Afford With These Tips

Car shopping can be very stressful for the buyer. With all of the types of cars and financing choices, it's easy to feel overwhelmed. The information here will help make buying a car as easy and stress-free as possible. Know what type of vehicle you are looking for before stepping foot into a dealership. Research all of you options prior to shopping so you can figure out what works best for your budget and family needs. Do your research to find out how much you ought to be paying for a potential car. Have a mechanic look over any used car you are considering. If they refuse, go elsewhere. Your mechanic might be able to tell you if the car is any good or not. Make plans to spend a lot of time in car dealerships. Don't go car shopping if you're pressed for time. You need to let yourself have several hours to decide. If time is running short, don't hesitate to come back when it is more convenient. Always do a test drive of the car you want before buying it. Even if you onc

Journalist, poet Rafiqul Haque Dadubhai dies

The renown journalist, dramatist as well as poet Rafiqul Haque, also known as Dadubhai, passed away on Sunday. He was 85. Journalist Rafiqul who was suffering from a number of issues related to age passed away at his home in the Mugda neighborhood located in Bangladesh capital Dhaka around 11:00 am the family members of his deceased loved ones said. Rafiqul Haque, the feature Editor of Daily Jugantor, returned to his job after surviving his battle with Covid-19 in the last. But, he was sick for the last six months because of his chronic aging issues. He also left behind his wife as well as two sons and a daughter who grieved his loss. Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Sunday expressed her deep sadness and shock at the loss of Ekushey Padak winning rhymer and journalist Rafiqul Haque Dadubhai. In a condolence note the prime minister prayed for the soul of the deceased soul, and offered his heartfelt condolences for the grieving family members. Rafiqul Haque Dadubhai ,