- June 22, 2017
The victim’s husband Shahabul Mallik, a tea-stall owner, has gone into hiding following the incident.
Dhaka Tribune’s Rafiqul Islam, who is also the president of the Feni Press Club, was severely injured
A total 17,472 Bangladeshis went to Kuwait last year to join blue collar jobs
CID will look for fingerprints or other related evidence that might expedite the identification and arrest of the perpetrators
Under the new pricing, the fare for diesel-run long-haul and inter-district bus and minibus would be Tk1.42 per kilometre, down from the previous Tk1.45.
Aung Sun Suu Kyi’s party is trying to hold the Panglong peace conference next month to have reconciliation among all citizens
Maintaining inward policies for the last five decades, Myanmar is going to attempt to better relationships with its neighbours and the rest of the world, a government official said. “I am quite sure the new government wants to maintain good ties with Dhaka,” said Secretary of Foreign Relations Committee of Myanmar Parliament Bo Bo Oo.
The cabinet yesterday set office hours during the month of Ramadan from 9am to 3:30pm, with a 15-minute break at 1:15pm. The schedule was decided at the cabinet meeting held at the Secretariat, with Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina in the chair. The cabinet also approved a draft law that doubled company fees. Fees under Section
Although there was no electricity at the Hasina Market when a devastating fire broke out on Sunday evening, shop owners and the Fire Service believe that the fire was most likely caused by an electric short circuit as generators were running at the time. Babul Khan, the general secretary of the market association, told the
The Department of Environment (DoE) has refused to issue an environmental clearance certificate for the proposed 1,224 megawatt imported coal-fired power plant of S Alam Group in Banshkhali, Chittagong; apparently because there were some issues with the submitted documents. According to the minutes of an April 28 DoE meeting on environmental clearance certificate on, it
An outfit named Islami Liberation Front sent a hit list of 10 dignitaries, including teachers, politicians and journalists, of Rajshahi to Natore Press Club yesterday. Vice-chancellor of Rajshahi University Professor Muhammad Mizanuddin, Rajshai City Corporation’s former mayor and central Awami League leader Khairuzzaman Liton, Rajshahi district Awami League General Secretary Asad, Rajshahi Sadar lawmaker Fazle
Teachers of all public universities across Bangladesh staged a three-hour work abstention programme yesterday, demanding the immediate arrest of the killers of Rajshahi University Professor AFM Rezaul Karim Siddique. Teachers wore black badges and began their programme at 10am. No classes were held, but tests under the office of the controller of examinations took place.