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- October 19, 2017
There is a question about trade union at EPZ, but Bangladesh has WWA, which is almost similar to trade unions in terms of enjoying workers rights
The planning minister said ECNEC held a total of 21 meetings in the current fiscal year when a total of 174 projects involving Tk4,12,149 crore were approved
Hong Kong added 0.6% and Sydney rallied 1.3%, while Seoul put on 0.4%, Singapore 0.8% and Manila 1.2%. However, Shanghai fell 0.4%
The bones of his hand and feet were broken, and he also showed signs of internal injuries.
The ball went high and Mushfiq ran towards short fine leg to grab Gunathilaka’s catch. It was a fine effort from the diminutive stumper
‘Don’t be afraid to defend yourself if the situation demands it’
Mizu Ahmed made his debut on the big screen with Trishna in 1978
The grand finale of the show will be held on April 2
‘Applause makes me feel a bit vulnerable’
On the eve of formally triggering Britain’s future exit from the European Union, the UK prime minister acknowledges her country’s “strong and growing” relationship with Bangladesh.
All-rounder Nasir Hossain’s brilliant unbeaten century helped Bangladesh register their second successive win, against Nepal in Cox’s Bazar’s Sheikh Kamal International Cricket Stadium on Tuesday
Fast bowler Taskin Ahmed became the fifth Bangladeshi to clinch a hat-trick in ODIs when he took three wickets in as many balls in the last over of Sri Lankan’s innings in the second game of the three-match series at Rangiri Dambulla International Cricket Stadium on Tuesday
The movie is set in Dhaka during 1970, and the story goes on to portray the love story between a radio presenter and the beautiful daughter of an Army general
Excess radiation is believed to be harmful for public health and the environment.
Argentina forward Lionel Messi has been banned from their next four competitive internationals, starting with Tuesday’s World Cup qualifier in Bolivia, for swearing at a match official, Fifa said on Tuesday
Sunil Grover, better known as Dr Mashoor Gulati, is protesting against the string of attacks on doctors by civilians.
Communications regulator says it will move to block the social network if instructed to by the government
The crowdsourced video of the puppies was shot inside Dhaka University campus
The Bangladesh economy has been moving at breakneck speed to ensure the continued development of the nation, labour rights included
The clock is ticking. Time to get real