- April 20, 2018
They have also made four specific recommendations for the government.
India wants early solution to Rohingya crisis, says the Indian prime minister.
In 2017, remittances were 5.4% of the GDP of Bangladesh
By advocating for relocation over repatriation, the world risks letting Myanmar get away with murder
Exploring a range of locally produced gastronomic delights, perfect as gifts, and bound to put Bangladesh on the foodie traveler’s map
Do LEED certifications necessarily mean an environmentally friendly manufacturing space?
With quail and similar fowl farming being a good, legal way to become self-sufficient, more and more youths are leaning towards it.
With innumerable cases of the government suppressing any criticism of its actions, press freedom in Bangladesh has become a major issue.
Despite their child Jasmine having been repatriated, her parents continue to be locked up in a prison in Behrampur.
The PM made the right decision — government jobs should be awarded on the basis of merit
‘There is a possibility of terrorist attacks in urban areas despite the heavy police presence’
Earlier this week, World Bank said that the estimated economic growth of Bangladesh for 2018 is 6.5%, and for 2019 it is 6.7%. In 2012 it was 7%
The PM has shown the world how far Bangladesh has come, and how far it can go
The Bangladesh prime minister is likely to visit India in the coming months
‘In a world where our economies are becoming increasingly dependent on the free flow of data, we need to promote the ‘openness’ in the global data ecosystem for a free, dynamic, and secure internet across nations, sectors, and organizations.’
Win Myat Aye said Rohingya returnees would be entitled to apply for National Verification Cards (NVCs), which are part of the government’s ongoing effort to register mostly stateless Rohingya that falls short of offering them citizenship
Seven soldiers were sentenced to 10 years in prison with hard labour this month for taking part in the massacre of 10 Rohingya men in the village of Inn Din, in northwestern Rakhine state, last September
The BNP leader made the comment on Thursday at the National Press Club lounge
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