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Legal complexities, loopholes in city corporation law
If a standing mayor wants to compete for a second term then as per law, s/he has to resign after the electoral schedule is declared. The schedule...
Over 350 children living with mothers in prison
There are currently 351 children living with their mothers in prisons across the country. According to prison sources, among them 172 are boys and...
Small or big, any foreign investment needs approval
For travel overseas, adults can take up to $12,000 without permission from Bangladesh Bank. But to invest $100 in a foreign country, permission...
CPB leader Selim recalls memories of Bangabandhu
Mujahidul Islam Selim met Bangabandhu on Jun 8, 1966 in jail and currently, he is serving as president of the Communist Party of Bangladesh (CPB)....
Bangladesh braces for coronavirus threat
The government is putting in a slew of precautionary measures to meet the challenge posed by the new coronavirus outbreak in China with experts...
Bangladesh may slide in US human trafficking list
Sheikh Shahariar Zaman
Human trafficking in the country has reached an alarming state and failure to contain it, puts Bangladesh under enormous international...
Dhaka stuck in survey while Sylhet rids of overhead wires
Sylhet became the first city in Bangladesh to get rid of overhead wires while capital Dhaka still remains stuck in the survey phase.Sylhet City...
History should be taught at all levels: Muntasir Mamun
Emran Hossain Shaikh
Historian Muntasir Mamun who has retired from Dhaka University wrote several books on Bangabandhu and has carried out researches. He received his...
Allegations of irregularities against Biman in leasing planes
Chowdhury Akbor Hossain
There have been accusations of irregularities against Biman Bangladesh Airlines during the leasing of aircrafts to meet the pressure of Hajj...
Cyber crimes on the rise; police beleaguered
While Internet users are rising, the number of cyber crimes is also seeing a surge. Most of these are Facebook based with many experiencing ID...
'Creating Bangabanbdhu’s smile in logo was a challenge'
The name Bangabandhu conjures up two opposing images: one which has the look of a defiant leader in face of oppression unwilling to kowtow to evil...
Height of coal-fired power plants chimneys to be reduced
The government has taken a decision to reduce the height of chimneys for coal run power plants. The previous rule of 275-metre chimney has been...
LNG supply to rise from February
The construction of three pipelines to supply Liquid Natural Gas (LNG) will end by Feb 15. With two already in existence, around 1000 million cubic...
Pre-paid metres for life line users a travesty
At present, there are 36 million subscribers in the country and of them, 15 million are life lines which use 50 units of power every month. For...
City polls: Blaring loudspeakers cause noise pollution
The Dhaka City corporations election campaigns are in full swing with what seems to be with little regard to people. Citizens complain of the...
'Shahana' to raise gender awareness in madrasas
The Shahana cartoon will be shown at all Dakhil madrasas to raise awareness among the students on sexual harassment, violence against women, gender...
City polls campaign materials increasing plastic footprint
Two city corporation mayor and councillor hopefuls are giving pledges to develop a clean and eco friendly city. They are saying that if elected...
BNP’s Ishraque alleges harassment of campaigners
Election has become part of a political battle but this was not the case in the past, said BNP mayor candidate for the upcoming city...
Jan 20, 1972: Foreign assistance assured
From the middle of January, foreign support began coming from overseas and UN took a joint programme with the World Bank to help the people of the...
Zero pass rate in medical colleges alarms authority
In higher education, the pass rate of doctors has fallen. In the July session of 2019, the passing rate of doctors has been zero. Specialists say:...
KOICA donates medical supplies to BSMMU
5 more flights to take back British nationals to London
Covid19: Rajarbagh, Mohammadpur worst affected
Momen joins UN solidarity song over COVID-19 combat
Covid-19: OIC to hold special meeting
WFP begins food distribution in Cox’s Bazar
WFP begins food distribution in Cox’s Bazar
290 return home to Australia
Third charter flight for US citizens to return home
Dhaka proposes to postpone D8 Summit
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