- June 20, 2017
The importance of maintaining common decency
Airport sources said the security officials had found the yaba tablets in possession of Nazir Ahmed, editor of Cox’s Bazar-based daily ‘Shimanto’, while they were searching him at the immigration checkpoint.
Bangladesh ranked third in the list of lowest positive emotions in 2014, as compared to fifth in 2016
Bangladesh has a long history of floods but what used to be a one-in-20-year event now happens once every five years
‘Sometimes, we pay some money to customs for extra products. But it is easy’
Traffic management, especially of the highways during the festival season, needs to be better
To what extent do we mix politics with sports?
The cheques of the teachers have bounced over the last three to four days. Many of those cheques had incorrect advice
The victims’ family members alleged that Baleshwar had long acted as a matchmaker, trying to find bridegrooms for the two girls.
A report by the International Trade Union Confederation (ITUC) has listed Bangladesh among the top 10 countries with the least workers’ rights. The annual report titled “Global Rights Index” lists countries that are ranked on a scale of 1-5 (5 being the worst) based on how much respect they have for workers rights. Criteria assessed
Tahira Akhter, 20, convener of the organisation’s Boda upazila unit, was held from a photocopy shop at Boda bus stand on Thursday morning
Khalid Miah, 25, from Gopinathpur village, forcefully picked up the eighth grader from her way to a private tutor’s house around 8am on Monday.
People turned up in great numbers in the 19 shelters in Rangamati city after the fresh spell of precipitation on Monday.
The life at the refugee camps in Italy appeal the Bangladeshi migrants to brave the risks that await the illegal route
How can you hate a nation when your life is steeped in its culture from childhood?
It takes more than protocol to stop Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina from greeting her supporters it seems, as demonstrated by a video posted on Facebook on June 16, 2017. In the video, the Bangladesh premier waves to non-resident Bangladesh citizens that had gone to catch a glimpse of her exiting the Grand Hotel in Stockholm, Sweden, before strolling over to exchange some more pleasantries- all while leaving her security team scrambling to keep up.
How we have failed to offer an unbiased story to the rest of the world
Marks of being beaten and human bite marks are visible on various parts of her body.
An average of 30-40 Bangladeshis illegally enter Libya on a daily basis to cross the Mediterranean to Italy by boat