- Power & Energy
- October 18, 2017
Jamil is the son of Belayet Hossain, head of maths department at Government Nazimuddin University College where Ripon is a lecturer.
This plant is a part of the government’s plant to generate around 20,000MW of electricity by the year 2030 in Bangladesh.
The VMS technology will be used to monitor the vessels’ movement from land to help protect the marine resources.
The ATM cards arrived in a box on a Singapore airlines plane on June 26, however, the names and addresses of importers mentioned in the documents were fake
Thirteen top officials of police have been transferred to different places around the country, four of whom are from Chittagong.
Police has filed a petition to place Bhola on remand for 10 days, the hearing of which is scheduled after Eid-ul-Fitr.
Arrest yields Tk105,000 and gang leader’s identity
The 29-year-old Messi has now been part of four final defeats with the national team, three in the Copa America and at the 2014 World Cup in Brazil
Unlike Platini or Zidane, Pogba is not a playmaker, or a defensive midfielder. He needs space to express his rare mix of athleticism and skills to the full
Many economists warn that the British vote to leave the EU, dubbed “Brexit,” could cripple that nation’s economy – just as many say Trump’s ideas would stifle US growth or even trigger another recession.
Private investment has always depended on the level of domestic savings, but that’s only half the story. This is the first part of a two-part long form
Why can’t Americans reach a consensus about gun control?
We must find a way to minimise the suffering of those forcibly displaced
The government’s decision to make some areas of Dhaka city “beggar-free” zones is a commendable one. However, when addressing the problem of begging, we must be careful to look at all sides of the issue and provide a lasting solution for those who make a living by begging, and not just for those who are
Security has been beefed up in Dharmarajika Buddhist Monastery after a death threat was issued to the chief priest.
These were the first goals Spain conceded in the knockout stage of a major tournament since France’s Zidane rounded off 3-1 win in last 16 of 2006 World Cup
A round table discussion on the ‘Contribution of Private Universities in National Development: Opportunities and Challenges’ was organised last Saturday, at Dhaka Westin by the Canadian University of Bangladesh.
A 18 member high powered education delegation led by UGC Chairman Professor, Abdul Mannan successfully completed its five day tour to Japan.
Rotary International (RI) awards the “Paul Harris Fellow” fellowship to Dhaka WASA Managing Director, Taqsem A Khan; in recognition to the success of his reform initiative named “Turnaround Dhaka WASA Programme.”
All good things come to an end, so is Ramadan. Join us for a delicious traditional Bengali iftar, followed by dinner buffet before this holy month of Ramadan ends.