- Foreign Affairs
- June 25, 2017
After Thursday’s clash, the two groups were trying to settle the issue in the morning to avert tension between them but at one point in the meeting, hawkers started to beatup shop owners and the market’s staffs
People in the remote hills of Bandarban struggle for a living as their slash-and-burn agro methods are no longer effective
The human chains will take place across the country
The relationship between Dhaka and Riyadh has reached a new height where for the first time Saudi Arabia has expressed its willingness to channel its public fund for investment in Bangladesh.
Forty-five years since the independence of Bangladesh, there is still a school in Lakshmipur’s Raipur upazila that is named after former Pakistani prime minister Liaquat Ali Khan – who was one of the main proponents against Bangla as a state language for the then undivided Pakistan.
Bangladesh physio Bayjidul Islam said Mustafiz will have to undergo rehabilitation to obtain full fitness
Advisers to Warren, a fiery critic of Wall Street, have been in close contact with Clinton’s campaign team
How long is our “awareness” span?
Bangladesh cannot afford to see yet another artificially created famine which could easily have been avoided through proper action
Indigenous communities contribute richly to the culture of our country
So much more than just a boxer
The barrier between the rich and the poor can be broken down with technology