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- October 19, 2017
If translated into English, Jatra, the ancient folk theatre that has evolved through the ages and yet remained a constant in folk culture inside this subcontinent, means “journey”.
The textile and Ready Made Garments (RMG) sector has made significant contributions to our economy, and Bangladesh is now the second largest exporter of RMG and holds 5% share of the global clothing export.
It was one of the hottest days this summer. With temperatures rising up to 38 degrees, met offices projected rising temperatures and mild to moderate heat waves likely to spread across the country.
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The minister, however, admitted that local militants in Bangladesh have been trying to create problems
Veteran social scientist Kamla Bhasin speaks to Dhaka Tribune
“The Chronicles Of Nadiya” will begin in the baker’s hometown of Luton and chronicle her travels to her family village in northeast Bangladesh.
The FBCCI president made several proposals and requests at the 37th NBR-FBCCI National Consultative Committee meeting.
The study found that women in Sub-Saharan Africa and South Asia earned 80% less than men.
At least 20 civilians were reportedly killed on Wednesday in government strikes on a hospital and nearby residential building in eastern Aleppo.
Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina yesterday told the parliament that law enforcement agencies have been successful in unearthing the mysteries behind the recent killings in Bangladesh. Replying to a query from ruling party MP Kazi Nabil Ahmed, the premier said the people who have connections to previous militant, criminal or sabotage activities are now under intelligence
The home minister has said that the law enforcement agencies have found evidence that local militants were behind the 31 recent murders that took place across the country. Asaduzzaman Khan Kamal said yesterday that 25 of these cases had already been solved and the perpetrators arrested. “Islami Chattra Shibir, Ansarullah Bangla Team, Jama’atul Mujaheedin Bangladesh,
The website of Amaq news agency, where militant group Dae’sh or Islamic State claimed responsibility for the killing of Rajshahi University teacher Dr AFM Rezaul Karim Siddiquee hours after the crime, was built in the free domain of WordPress just a month before. Police are now scrutinising the website, which is operated from the US.