- October 16, 2017
Police demanded Tk150,000 from his family for his release but Shajalal’s family failed to give the money
‘The price spiral is likely to stop within the next few weeks as a good amount of rice would be available in the market through private initiative’
The students have gathered and gone on strike at the Central Shaheed Minar premises around 10am.
The DataSoft IoT developers working on this project have been trained through the ICT Ministry-sponsored LICT training programme jointly operated by ULAB and DataSoft Bangladesh.
The Dhaka Tribune’s Tanim Ahmed interviews researcher, journalist and political commentator Afsan Chowdhury, who elaborates the role of Bangladesh in resolving the ongoing Rohingya crisis. The eminent journalist also discussed how major powers including US, China and India will react to this crisis in future.
The refugees are compelled to leave due to the squalid conditions and scarcity of food in the camps.
Nagorik Andolon suggests barring religion-based parties from contesting the election
Nearly 200 countries agreed in Paris in December 2015 to curb carbon dioxide emissions with the aim of limiting the rise in average global temperatures to 1.5 degrees Celsius by 2050, compared to preindustrial levels
The Supreme Court in July disqualified Sharif because he did not declare a monthly salary, equivalent to $2,722, from a company owned by his son when the veteran leader, who had held power twice in the 1990s, became prime minister for the third time
Gulshan Hossain’s artistic ingenuity is an inherent part of her upbringing as she grew up in a family where cultural practices were a norm
The dam is the second biggest dam in the world after the Grand Coulee Dam in the United States
Police claimed they were spies but did not bring any charges of espionage
The actress arrived in Los Angeles on Saturday morning, instead of Friday night as one of her daughters got sick with a “high fever.”
Hamas said in a statement on Sunday that it has dissolved its shadow government, that it will allow the reconciliation government to operate in Gaza and that it agrees to hold elections and enter talks with Fatah
The sitar was purchased from a shop on London’s Oxford Street in 1965.
Anyone printing or distributing ballot papers or supplying ballot boxes risks prosecution, and the government has even threatened to cut off the electricity to schools serving as polling stations
Sarika and Niloy gave a breakthrough performance together by appearing in a television commercial eight years back.
It was the third sending-off for a Chelsea player in their last three meetings with Arsenal
Each of the nearly 10,000 trucks and covered vans in the area pays a Tk150-200 levy for parking on the main road
Most of the bilateral trade Myanmar and Bangladesh takes place in Maungdaw township