- June 19, 2017
On Thursday, Minister of Education Nurul Islam Nahid urged all universities to maintain a global standard of education.
In Bangladesh, over five million acres of land is state-owned and of that 88% has been grabbed by political and rich influential people, a study of Association for Land Reform and Development (ALRD) stated.
Navarro, 67, is a professor at University of California, Irvine, and advised Trump during the campaign. His books include “Death by China: How America Lost its Manufacturing Base,” which was made into a documentary film
Russia is prioritising its Asian partners including India and China for arms sales, he added
It seemed too good to be true when police said Monday night they had arrested a suspect within an hour of the attack – a Pakistani man who had apparently been identified by an eyewitness
Awami League lawmaker Shamim Osman drew the ire of some when he cast his vote openly yesterday during the Narayanganj City Corporation Election.
Bangladesh will travel to Christchurch on Friday for the first of their three ODIs against the Black Caps
The hospital is situated in the centre of Srinagar, the largest city in Kashmir – an often achingly beautiful Himalayan region which is divided between India and Pakistan and claimed in full by both
Khulna bagged a convincing win chasing down their target of just 12 runs
Egypt circulated the draft on Wednesday evening and the 15-member council is due to vote on Thursday
Mosharraf Hossain, father of Mahmuda Khanam Mitu who was brutally killed in front of her son on June 5 this year, has asked police to reveal the name of his daughter’s killer.
Bus owners in Brahmanbaria blocked the Dhaka-Sylhet highway on Thursday afternoon protesting leguna – a human haulier service – running on the highway.
A study has found that child waste collectors are deprived of state benefits such as education, training and health services despite playing a key role in sustainable development and public health.
Two newly-acquired submarines have reached Chittagong on Thursday evening.
We have made mistakes in the way we have treated our rivers so far. Let us not continue to make those mistakes in the future
A law that stands in the way of human rights cannot be allowed to pass
We can meet the SDGs by focusing on tourism
Assaults on women are becoming increasingly violent
Sources said 22 employees were suspended from Windy Apparels while Fountain Garments Manufacturing Limited suspended 135 workers on Thursday.
An official of the International Labour Organisation (ILO) has handed over his vehicle to the Customs Intelligence after being accused of misuse of duty-free benefits.