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- October 19, 2017
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The law makes it mandatory for NGOs to take prior approval from the NGO Affairs Bureau to undertake any project and implement it with foreign donations
But the fall of Aleppo will not mean an end to the war, military and political analysts say.
The 750MW coal-based power plant will be built by Bangladesh-India Friendship Power Company (Pvt) Limited, which is currently setting up Rampal power plant
Badrul viciously attacked Sylhet Government Women’s College student Khadiza Akter Nargis who is fighting for her life at hospital
Although it has not been a major campaign issue thus far, Israel remains the staunchest US ally in the volatile region, even after the well-publicised spat over the Iran deal and disagreements over the peace process
When she protested the remarks, they threatened to beat her publicly in the campus and strip her
‘This is just another new series and we are very excited. If we can play well and win, it will feel really good,’ said Mashrafe
Honour killings claim the lives of hundreds of victims every year, the bill stated, adding that the legislation was essential in order to prevent these crimes from being repeatedly committed.
The results for the admission exam of ‘Ga’ unit at Dhaka University have been published
A number of girls were threatened over the phone as they protested the heinous attack on Khadiza with one girl provided with police protection
BNP’s women wing Jatiyatabadi Mohila Dal arranged the programme in front of the Jatiya Press Club protesting the attack on Khadiza.
The exam will begin at 10am at 37 venues across the country
Through the Afghanistan ODIs, the Bangladesh cricketers made up for their lack of match preparation and got the opportunity to rectify their mistakes
Reserved woman MP Sabina Akter Tuhin apologised after initially lashing back at critics over the photo taken at the bedside of Khadiza that sparked outrage on the internet
“The public is demanding that Indian channels and sitcoms be completely banned,” a spokesman for Pakistan Electronic Media Regulatory Authority (PEMRA) said on Thursday.
Human-headed figure will be one of three wrecked relics brought back to life using 3D printers and robots for show at Colosseum.
Department of Patents, Designs and Trademarks (DPDT) under the Industries Ministry will provide the registration for Jamdani
The boy was trying to settle a dispute between his brother and his friends, family says