- Foreign Affairs
- November 18, 2017
Dr Chisti developed a breathing device fashioned out of shampoo bottles that has redefined pneumonia treatment
The registration process will begin on Tuesday and end on December 31
Secretaries of Public Administration, Local Government, Women and Children Affairs and Social Welfare ministries were made respondents to the rule and asked them to reply within the next four weeks
The Election Commission is keen to hold elections in six city corporations before starting the preparations for the national election
Khaleda at present faces 36 cases and police have submitted charges in a total of 17 cases.
Several ruling party leaders claimed that that the government’s humanitarian support to the Rohingya refugees has won support both at home and abroad.
The Dhaka Tribune‘s Showtime has recently got in touch with Sharmin Sumi, the versatile vocalist of the widely popular band, and talked about the story behind the creation of “Ahare Jibon,” working with filmmakers and Chirkutt’s upcoming ventures, among other things.
The paddy growers in Dimla are alleging that they can hardly get in touch with the agri officials in times of need
Sheikh Salman informed that without a sound club football structure, Bangladesh can’t improve their fortune in the international tournaments
IS supporters are promising to bring mayhem to the World Cup next year in a series of terrifying posters with the latest depicting a sick execution of Messi, Neymar and Ronaldo
The Khulna Titans began training four days ago and Mosharraf Hossain stated that they are slowly but surely gelling as a side
‘Why would she be a Munni, we can cast her for something different, but for that, we have to finalise something’
The liberation war based short film ‘Daag,’ written and directed by Josim Uddin Ahmed will premiere on ShortsTV on November 3
Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina is expected to inaugurate the main phase of the construction of the nuclear power plant in Rooppur upazila, Pabna
The previous deadline of October 31 could not be met due to excessive rainfall
A feasibility study will be conducted in this regard, leading to a final decision over the project
The newly established mechanism aims to allow the government and all local and international organizations to work in all sectors and all strata of society for the development of the state
The project would divert water from the Yarlung Tsangpo River in southern Tibet, which turns into the Brahmaputra once it enters India, to the Taklamakan desert in Xinjiang.
Sharbari Z Ahmed is a Bangladeshi-born American fiction writer. Her debut short story collection, ‘The Ocean of Mrs Nagai: Stories’ (Daily Star Books) was published in 2013. Her first novel, ‘Dust Under Our Feet,’ is forthcoming. She also writes for TV and films. In this interview, conducted via email, she speaks to Dhaka Tribune‘s Sabrina Fatma Ahmad and talks about her work and shares her excitement about joining the Dhaka Lit Fest this year.
Wall, a freelance journalist who was researching a story on Madsen, went missing after he took her out to sea in the 17-metre submarine in August