- February 16, 2018
The Finance Ministry took up the SEIP project in partnership with nine trade bodies and five public and private organisations to create 260,000 skilled manpower across the country by 2018.
NBR member Farid Uddin said the importance of Mongla Port will increase after implementation of Padma Bridge, Rampal Power Plant and other development projects.
High Commissioner of India in Bangladesh Harsh Vardhan Shringla inaugurated Ahoy Bangladesh on March 16 at the Gulshan Club in Dhaka.
A notion is being wrongly established that the judiciary is an opponent to the executive body of the government
The finance minister was addressing the dialogue titled “Improving Investment Climate: Key Policy Reforms and Institutional Priorities” as the chief guest at Sonargaon Hotel in the city.
Congo’s government spokesman Lambert Mende denied that the army used excessive force
A group of five pro-BNP intellectuals placed campaign recommendations to BNP Chairperson Khaleda Zia, while Awami League has begun campaigning.
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Bangladesh middle-order batsman Mosaddek Hossain believes they have a very good chance of winning the second and final Test match against host Sri Lanka
Universal Pictures and Anonymous Content have teamed up to make it into the silver screen.
‘Although, the debt of the martyrs can never be paid, this song pays a small tribute to them from me.’
‘No country in the world can yet say they have achieved gender equality’
Bangladesh will play against Australia, England and New Zealand in the first round of the tournament in June.
Residents take the initiative to keep Gulshan’s roads clean
Reviews are becoming crucial for Bangladesh with each passing day. How much will these near misses cost them? Only time will tell
Our government should take a close look at how public money is spent, and what the country gets in return
A full battle plan in 10 stages
Finally, we’ve reached the milestone of 100th Test match. A day to pay tribute to everyone involved in the process of bringing the game this far
Predatory journals are the bane of the academic world
Is the world about to be ruled by populists?