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Bangladesh, Bhutan deals open a new horizon

The bilateral relationship between Bangladesh and Bhutan has opened a new horizon through the recent tour of Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina.

Action must to stop anarchy, irregularities

The government has stopped 'Sitting Service' or 'Gate Lock' from April 16. But, the tendency to take additional fare is still going on. Most of the buses take extra passengers from city roads but do not follow the fare chart of BRTA.

Let all be animated to build new future

Pahela Baishakh, the 1st day of Bangla New Year. It is a public and folk festival of Bengali nation. The new-year festival is very much related with the arts and culture of rural communities.

Relations between two countries will reach high

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina visited India after nearly seven years. The visit was very important. From the beginning, it was discussed. The Prime Minister was given hospitality at the Presidential Palace, which was unprecedented.

 

IPU conference definitely brings pride for nation

The 136th assembly of the Inter-Parliamentary Union (IPU) ended with the Dhaka Declaration for immediate action to reverse the trend of political, social and economic inequalities prevalent in the world and leaving no one behind.

A great achievement for the country

Saima Wazed Hossain, the daughter of Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina achieved international recognition for her role to save autistic children. She has been designated as ‘WHO Champion for Autism’ in South-East Asia Region on April 1.

The democracy wins

The new Election Commission (EC) arranged two separate important polls- Comilla City Corporation (CCC) and Sunamganj-2 constitution, on Thursday.

Planning, co-operation needed for road safety

Traffic fatalities have been trending upward now. It seems to us that nothing can stop the deaths on roads.

The glorious Independence Day

Today, March 26, is the glorious Independence and National Day of Bangladesh. It was the opening moment of the final battle of freedom movement for the Bengali nation.

National Mass Killing Day

March 25, 1971, a black day in the history of Bangalee nation. Pakistani military conducted a cowardly attack on innocent sleeping Dhaka people. Avoiding peaceful solution, president Yahya sent his Pakistani military junta to implement their blueprint to kill Bangalees. 

Discipline in land management

Lands are being used randomly everywhere in the country. No rules are being followed to construct buildings and factories even in time of implementing development activities.

Heartiest congratulations to Tigers

At last the dream comes true. Bangladesh made the history in Sri Lanka winning second Test match against the host by four wickets.

Action should be taken to stop irregularities, harassment

Mohammad Jibon, 28-years-old energetic youth who had a dream of better life with better payment. Dreaming a new life, he paid Tk 6 lakh to a local agent of an international syndicate. But, the human traffickers embezzled the whole amount of Mohammad.

Restoring good days of jute is possible

Bangladesh is regarded as the country of 'sujala-suphala-shashya-shyamala'. The country filled with amazing beauty and a variety of crops was once known as the country of golden fibre.

A unique charter to oppressed people for freedom

Historic March 7 is a memorable day in the lives of Bengali nation. On this day in 1971, Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman delivered a unique and significant speech at a mammoth rally in the then 'Race Course Maidan', now Suhrawardy Udyan, in the city.