- June 22, 2017
Sun-joo Lee, head of Korea Telecom (KT) Sustainability Management Centre, talks to Dhaka Tribune’s Ishtiaq Husain in an exclusive interview
‘I hope that the prices of US dollar will be normal soon as Bangladesh Bank has already provided US dollar to the banks’
‘Bangladesh consistently maintains 6.5% GDP growth over the last 10 years and now it is time to achieve 7%-8% GDP growth to become a middle-income country by 2021. Blue economy would play a role in this regard’
He truly was an enigma and his fans did not just admire his acting, but the way he lived his life
The Daily Caller quoted the Dhaka Tribune reporting PM Hasina allegations against the US government.
Natore agriculture office says most of the harvest can still be saved, but farmers have other woes
A news agency, citing an intelligence source, said the depot that was targeted handles a significant amount of weapons that Tehran, a major regional ally of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, sends regularly by air
Buddhist students of Dhaka University staged a demonstration on the campus condemning the report on Wednesday
Shahhussain Murtazawi, acting spokesman for Afghan President Ashraf Ghani, without naming Pakistan, said Kabul expects other states not to allow their soil to be used to stage attacks against Afghanistan
The exhibition is running at the Bengal Art Lounge, 60 Gulshan Avenue, Dhaka till April 30
‘I want to continue my studies and I am still too young to get married. But, my family is forcibly marrying off me. Please, help me’
If any power distribution companies need to use the load-shedding method, they will have to schedule that beforehand and inform the authorities concerned
Sharapova was banned for two years after testing positive at the 2016 Australian Open for meldonium, a medication the former world number one had been taking within rules but which was then reclassified as a banned drug
Talented musician and entrepreneur Joy Shahriar, who is currently busy working on his fourth solo album, sat down with Showtime to talk about his latest work, passions and upcoming projects.
The National Moon Sighting Committee made the announcement at a meeting held on Thursday evening.
Siddikur carded two birdies and three bogeys on a rain and wind swept day at the National Golf Country Club course
His Oscar-winning thriller The Silence of the Lambs created a buzz worldwide and introduced one of the most indelible villains in history
Tipu Sultan of BGB was adjudged player of the match and man of the tournament
With eight points, Prime joined Gazi Group Cricketers at the summit of the league table
The World Bank will lend $59 million to Bangladesh to upgrade the power sector in the country.