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Bangladesh urgently needs to produce skilled migrant workers through reskilling and up-skilling considering the long-term development of the country.Chairman

'BD to get first priority in receiving India's vaccines'

India considers Bangladesh as a priority country among its neighbors to receive Covid-19 vaccine, a government official said on

Edu institution closure extended to Jan 30

The government has again extended the shutdown of school and other educational institutions, except qawmi madrasas, until January 30

Washington made a fortress for inauguration

The week before Joe Biden's inauguration, downtown Washington looks like a city preparing for war.A huge swath of the

Women are not fit to be president: Duterte

Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte appeared to pour cold water on his daughter's political ambitions this week when he suggested

2nd phase municipal polls today

The second phase election to 60 municipalities is being held today with participation of two major political parties -

13 more die, 762 infected

The aggressive coronavirus has taken the lives of 13 more people in Bangladesh, the lowest in eight months, raising

Dutch govt quits over welfare fraud scandal

Mark Rutte's government has stepped down after thousands of families were wrongly accused of child welfare fraud and told

Biden pledges 'new chapter'

President-elect Joe Biden unveiled plans Thursday for fighting Covid and injecting $1.9 trillion into a battered US economy, but

'Govt won't interfere in polls'

Awami League General Secretary Obaidul Quader has said the government will not interfere in elections. He said this while

Manzoor murder charges against Ershad dropped

The police have submitted a supplementary charge-sheet against three people in Maj Gen Abul Manzoor murder case, dropping names

'Covishield efficacy higher if gap over 28 days'

The efficacy of the Covishield vaccine goes up if the gap between two doses is more than 28 days,

Govt committed to serving people: PM

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has said her government is committed to serving the people of Bangladesh."We are not government

Trump first US president to be impeached twice

President Donald Trump was impeached for the second time on Wednesday by the House of Representatives, in a bipartisan

Second year of pandemic could be 'tougher': WHO

The second year of the COVID-19 pandemic may be tougher than the first given how the new coronavirus is

Speculation grows over fate of Chinese tech billionaire Jack Ma

China's Jack Ma - onetime schoolteacher, billionaire co-founder and former chairman of tech giant Alibaba and philanthropist - is

Serum expects WHO approval for AstraZeneca shot soon

The Serum Institute of India expects WHO emergency-use authorization soon for the Oxford University/AstraZeneca coronavirus vaccine, which it is

WHO team arrives in Wuhan to investigate pandemic origins

A global team of researchers arrived Thursday in the Chinese city where the coronavirus pandemic was first detected to

16 more die, 813 infected

The aggressive coronavirus has taken the lives of 16 more people in Bangladesh, the lowest in two months, raising

Bangladeshi-American gets key White House job

Bangladeshi-American Zayn Siddique has been named by President-elect Joe Biden to a key position in the office of the

Covid 19 infections rise in China again

A team of health experts from World Health Organization (WHO) visited Manchuria in China to see the plight of

HC rules for recording fingerprints, iris scans

The High Court (HC) on Thursday issued a rule asking authorities concerned as to why it shall not pass

Govt cuts institutional quarantine for UK arrivals

Passengers arriving in Bangladesh from the United Kingdom will have to stay in four-day institutional quarantine instead of 14

'BNP spreading misleading information about vaccines'

Awami League General Secretary has said BNP who had spread rumors and propaganda at the beginning of the coronavirus

Dhaka protests Pompeo's remarks

Dhaka has protested against US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo's remarks linking attacks in Bangladesh to terrorist group al-Qaeda.Pompeo

US Congress opens impeachment move

The US House of Representatives has just convened and will now begin consideration of President Trump's impeachment.The impeachment resolution

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