A milad mahfil will be arranged at her Indira road residence
‘People often say that I am too simple and straightforward a man for politics’
Common people are benefitting from their services well equipped with modern healthcare system and supported by local government and community support groups
Social media giant Facebook started blocking fake accounts in Bangladesh from Friday, without any prior notification to the account holders
At least 900,000 fake accounts from Bangladesh was suspended by the social media networking giant in the last three days, according to India Today
The Dhaka Tribune also found a query on Facebook Help Community where a user asked about the same deactivation threat back in 2015
Facebook started disabling accounts on Friday without notifying account holders beforehand
The comments have invoked angry reactions from Indian users, with some even threatening to quit the social platform
A milad mahfil will be held today at the Qadirabad Cantonment Central Mosque for the peace of the departed soul
The event commemorated World Health Day and launched Inner Circle, a psychosocial counselling centre.
Strong initial demand for the S8 will be encouraging for a firm recovering from one of the worst product safety failures in tech history
For the first time in the era of the modern automobile, the most valuable US car maker is not based in Detroit
The decision was announced by Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina in a meeting with Bangladesh Qawmi Madrasa Education Board and Hefazat-e-Islam leaders at Ganabhaban on Tuesday evening
Ilish is considered integral part of the traditional Pohela Boishakh cuisine.
The owner of the luxury SUV left an anonymous note for the Customs officials, saying he or she regretted using an illegal car.
Established in 2010, the DSC prize focuses on fiction writing about India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Myanmar, Nepal, Maldives and Afghanistan
Are the awareness campaigns working?
Bangladesh’s health sector has come a long way, reaching several millennium development goals and taking great strides in maternal and child health, immunisation coverage and TB control. But the double burden of existing communicable and emerging non-communicable diseases (NCDs) is threatening to undermine the benefits of development and growth that have been achieved over the past four decades.