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Flattering can't change me: PM

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina said that praising or flattering does not influence her. She said: "My mindset is

Rampant laundering cripples economy

Enormous sums of money are being laundered to overseas destinations through false shipment papers and letters of credit

EC suspends DNCC polls after HC order

The Election Commi-ssion (EC) yesterday suspended all proceedings of the election to Dhaka North City Corporation (DNCC) which

Who is behind?

A huge criticism and concern raised at the print, electronic and social media as Narayanganj City Corpo-ration (NCC) Mayor

It's a government game: BNP

BNP senior leader Khandaker Mosharraf Hossain yesterday said the by-polls to the Dhaka North City Corporation (DNCC) mayoral

Govt played no role: Quader

Awami League General Secretary Obaidul Quader said the governemnt has nothing to do with the High Court's order

Monkeys on the prowl!

In this city of Dhaka, crammed with about 20 million people who live in apartments and have mostly

Martuza Ahmed new CIC

Former Information Secretary Martuza Ahmed has been appointed as the as the Chief Information Commi-ssioner (CIC) replacing Prof

White House backs short-term US govt funding bill

The White House threw its support on Wednesday behind a Republican proposal to pass a stopgap bill that

Pranab lauds progress of Bangladesh

Terming India "a tested friend" of Bangladesh in the light of history, President Abdul Hamid on Wednesday said

Full-fledged Chinese military complex in Doklam

massive, full-fledged Chinese military complex is being built within Doklam, show new satellite images five months after India

Atiqul Islam gets AL ticket

The Awami League has named businessman Atiqul Islam to contest in the by-election to Dhaka North City Corporation

Muscle politics hurts Ivy

At least fifty people, including Narayanganj City mayor Dr. Selina Hayat Ivy, were injured on Tuesday when police

Is Khaleda Zia endorsing corruption?

Bangladesh Nationalist Party's (BNP) Chairperson Begum Khaleda Zia has nominated Tabith Awal to contest in the upcoming Dhaka

Anomalies in student stipend

Anomalies have been found in a project of the Secondary Education Sector Investment Progra-mme (SESIP) under the Secondary

CU confers D. Litt on Pranab

Chittagong University has honored former Indian President Pranab Mukherjee with a Doctor of Letters (D. Litt) degree through

Chinese company Harbour Engineering blacklisted

The Bangladesh government has blacklisted China Harbour Enginee-ring Company Limited for trying to bribe a roads secretary, Finance

PM to open BDF today

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina will inaugurate the two-day Bangladesh Deve-lopment Forum (BDF) today with the theme 'Partnership for

Why 50pc people don't have access to amenities

A smart girl in her late twenties, Mazeda works as the receptionist-cum-telephone operator at the Bangladesh Protibnadhi Kallyan

JS passes Bank Company (Amendment) Bill, 2018

The Jatiya Sangsad yesterday passed the "Bank Company (Amendment) Bill, 2018" with a view to bringing some changes

'Pleas seek stay on DNCC polls'

Two union parishad chairmen have sought stay on the upcoming by-polls for the mayoral post of Dhaka North City

13 US siblings found shackled to beds

A California couple has been charged with torture after police rescued their 13 malnourished children from a home

BAPEX sees hope in Bhola

Bangladesh Petroleum Exploration and Production Company Limited (BAPEX) has found a gas field at Veduria union under Sadar

Ensure peace, protect future generations, says Pranab

Former Indian President Pranab Mukherjee yesterday urged all writers, artists, poets, novelists and cultural activists to work for

Tigers clinch big win against Zimbabwe

Host Bangladesh began their Tri-nation campaign of perfect note as the humbled Zimbabwe by eight wickets on the

New record in overseas jobs

Expatriate Welfare and Overseas Employment Minister Nurul Islam BSc yesterday said Bangladesh has set a new record in

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