- August 27, 2016
“The money from the hide sale is spent solely for the poor students”
Makeshift markets popped up across Dhaka on the evening of Eid-ul-Azha’s first day on Tuesday where meat from animal sacrifice was sold.
In a superb instance of religious harmony, a group of 60 Hindus ignoring the rains volunteered to work with the law enforcers to ensure security for the central Eid congregation in Habiganj, Sylhet
The continuous, manifold increase in international, regional and inland shipping, through threatened wildlife sanctuaries and reserves poses a threat
They call her ‘haafu’, Japanese word for half
It has been named so for its pale grey colouration and elusiveness
The seized goods worth around Tk2.5 lakh
Pouring rain coupled with animal sacrifices all over the city have created a strange and disturbing scene.
The former England skipper feels the ODI captain is letting the country down
Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has exchanged greetings with people from different walks of life, party leaders and workers, judges and foreign diplomats at her Ganobhaban residence on the occasion of Eid-ul-Azha.
Eid-ul-Azha, the second largest religious festival of Muslims, is being celebrated across Bangladesh. Muslims sacrifice animals commemorating prophet Ibrahim’s devotion to Allah as illustrated by his readiness to give up his beloved son Ismail
The irony of the situation is most of us forget that the sole purpose of Eid-ul-Azha is about sacrifice, not posting photos of your purchased goru
President Abdul Hamid has urged the people of the nation to remain alert so that no one can create indiscipline in the society by misinterpreting religion.
Eid-ul-Azha has become more about the price of our cattle than the extent of our sacrifice
Bangladesh has made major efforts to enhance workplace safety but this week’s massive fire at a packaging factory in Tongi highlighted that much ground needs to be covered, the International Labour Organization (ILO) says.
US Ambassador to Bangladesh Marcia Bernicat has greeted the people of the nation on the occasion of Eid-ul-Azha in Bangla.
Dhaka Literary Festival, drawing on writers and artists from all corners of the world, is going to hold its sixth edition from November 17-19 this year. It is fast emerging as one of the most exciting stops in the global calendar of literary events. At a time when Bangladesh is facing increasing – and fatal
Rain is likely to continue for whole in different part of country, including capital Dhaka today
Police are investigating the attack to figure out whether it was a hate crime
The SUN movement, the global Scaling Up Nutrition has tribute to Dr Nasreen Khan saying the nutritionist as a ‘true champion’ for improving nutrition in Bangladesh and all over the world.