- April 23, 2018
The ACC says it is not sure who the VVIP is.
A total of 86 wrestlers of different age groups from different parts of the country had contested in this year’s competition.
The government increased their salaries by only Tk500 after the force held a rally at National Shaheed Minar in April 2016, demanding pay hikes
Bangladeshi tourists want the government to take it up with their Indian counterparts.
‘Shumi will undergo another surgery in about a month’
The party may finalize the list of candidates by July or August
Families of the victims have expressed indignation at the police’s failure to catch the killers, and fear they might not see justice meted out.
The Bangladesh premier will attend a bilateral meeting with her Australian counterpart and accept the Global Women’s Leadership Award during her three-day visit.
A parade was organized to welcome the general to the venue
On Tuesday, Md Abdul Hamid took oath as the presdient of Bangladesh for a second consecutive term.
The second-year students of the Coastal Studies and Disaster Management Department had “harassed and abused” a first-year student of the same department.
More famous than Eid or Boishakhi fair, the main visitors of “Jamai Mela” include the husbands and sons-in-law of the local women.
The arrests were made during a two-fold drive that began late Tuesday.
Save the Children, along with Brac and World Vision, has been implementing such flash flood recovery projects in north-east Bangladesh sponsored by UKAID through the UN Office for the Project Services (UNOPS).
‘They (parents) think women are not capable of performing in technology based jobs. This is one of the major reasons why more girls do not take part in technology based education’
The police official is also accused of being involved in money laundering abroad.
Tarique Rahman, who is the eldest son of BNP Chairperson Khaleda Zia, has been living in the Kingston area of London for the past decade.
Labour leaders claim that the numbers are hidden to avoid responsibility of injured workers.
Instead of amending this law, the Bangladesh government proposed a new digital security law early this year with “vaguely-worded provisions” that would allow the authorities concerned to clamp down even more on dissent, according to the RWB report
Wahidul was commissioned in the 11th cavalry regiment of Pakistan army on October 16, 1966