Monday, September 21, 2015



Minister Obaidul Quader and Minister Matia Chowdhury visiting a food fair at AKM Giasuddin Milky auditorium in the

Charges dropped against Myanmar journalists

Bangladesh allowed two journalists from Myanmar detained while reporting about fleeing Rohingya Muslims to fly

Dhaka 7th worst megacity for women

The Thomson Reuters Foundation has found that Dhaka is the seventh most dangerous megacity in

AL’s election proposals run counter to BNP’s

The ruling Awami League party’s reform proposals to the Election Commission, or EC, will directly

Elevated expressway: 9 percent progress in six years

Construction on the elevated expressway in Dhaka has progressed 9 percent since the contracts were

Call to formulate Food Security Law

Speakers at a discussion in the capital have urged the government to introduce 'Food Security Law' to ensure

30% enrolment in technical education by 2030: Nahid

Education Minister Nurul Islam Nahid said the government has set a target of 30 percent enrolment in technical

Drowned minor remains missing even after 24 hrs

Fire Service could not find any trace of minor boy who drowned in a canal in the capital's

First NSPC meeting held at UGC

The first meeting of National Strategic Planning Committee (NSPC) under College Education Development Project (CEDP) was held yesterday

Ayurveda Day today

Indian High Commission in Dhaka would observe 'Ayurveda Day' in the capital today to coincide with Dhanwantri Jayanti. A

Over 300 illegal structures evicted

The Rajdhani Unnayan Kartipakhya (RAJUK) yesterday evicted 300 illegal establishments at Uttara in the city. In the daylong

Maintain objectivity, President urges journos

President M Abdul Hamid has urged newsmen to ensure objective journalism and always give  priority to reality in

One held with 1.5kg gold

Dhaka Customs House held a passenger with 1.5kg gold on Sunday night. The detainee was identified as Mojaffar

Sufferings due to sudden gas supply suspension

Residents of different parts of the capital had a rather difficult morning yesterday. People of Rampura, Banasree, Mahanagar

Kader Siddique seeks CEC’s removal

Krishak Sramik Janata League (KSJL) President Kader Siddique Biruttam on Monday demanded resignation of

5-point proposal could resolve Rohingya crisis: PM

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina today said the Rohingya crisis could be resolved in line

HC bans open-back truck garbage carrying

The High Court has ordered a ban on removing garbage in open-back trucks in the

EU to suspend invitations to Myanmar top Army officers

The European Union (EU) and its member states will suspend invitations to the Commander-in-chief

World ignoring poor’s rights despite disproportionate abuses: UN

The world's poor are at disproportionate risk of torture, arrest, early death and domestic

PM says Rohingya problem could be solved with her 5-point proposal

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Monday said the ongoing Rohingya problem could be solved

Stop all Blue-Whale-like games: HC

The High Court on Monday asked the authorities concerned to stop the "Blue Whale

New voter registration till Nov 5

The Election Commi-ssion (EC) started updating the voter list in Dhaka city on Saturday and the registration would

Clear approach for quality higher education stressed

Education experts at a workshop yesterday laid emphasis on a comprehensive approach incorporating technology and establishing quality assessment institutions

Netrokona war criminal case hearing on Nov 1

The International Crimes Tribunal (ICT) today set November 1 for next hearing in a case filed against six

JUPC new EC formed

Jahangirnagar University Press Club (JUPC) has got a new executive committee (EC) for the session 2017-18.  The committee


AH Hemayet Uddin, father of permanent member of Dhaka Reporters' Unity (DRU) and staff reporter of The Daily

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