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The G20 Summit hosted by India in New Delhi concluded on 10 September 2023. Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi,

DPDC and APSCL a sign MoU

Dhaka Power Distribution CompanyLtd signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) on

The eternal echoes of Karbala: A tale of sacrifice, faith, and resilience

 Every year, my father tells the tale of Karbala. It is a story etched into the very fabric

AL to stage countrywide protests Sunday against BNP’s violent protests

The Awami League has called nationwide demonstrations for Sunday against what the party says is “pyro-terrorism by the

LDA calls rally for Sunday protesting at attacks on BNP, Mancha

The Left Democratic Alliance on Saturday announced protest rally in Dhaka for Sunday protesting at police and ruling Awami

'No bar in political activities, causing public sufferings to be resisted'

Home minister Asaduzzaman Khan has said several political parties including BNP have been organising various programmes for causing sufferings

BNP to hold rallies on Monday

The BNP will protest “attacks by the police and the Awami League” during sit-in programmes in Dhaka by

Interview: BRI reflects China's commitment to cooperation, mutual development, says Bangladeshi expert

 The Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) reflects China's commitment to fostering global cooperation and mutual development, a Bangladeshi

Reject violence, support genuinely peaceful democratic process: Uzra Zeya's message to political parties in Bangladesh

Works underway to remove capital’s animal waste within 24 hours

 Massive works are underway to dispose wastes of sacrificial animals of the capital city

Raw hides will be exported if seasonal traders are cheated: Tipu

 Commerce Minister Tipu Munshi has said export of raw hides will be allowed if seasonal traders are cheated

Zelensky's 'leadership' honoured with top UK award

 Ukraine's President Volodymyr Zelensky has been awarded a prestigious UK prize for his leadership and contribution to international relations,

Eid-ul-Azha: The spirit of sacrifice

Eid-ul-Azha, one of the biggest religious festivals of the Muslims, are being celebrated across the country today with due

Indian PM Modi greets Bangladesh on eve of Eid-ul-Azha

 Indian P rime Minister Narendra Modi has conveyed his warmest greetings to Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina and to

BB to launch taka-rupee-based debit card in September

 The Bangladesh Bank has decided to launch a taka-rupee based debit card in the country from September, aiming

Six US Congressmen write to Blinken seeking free, fair polls in Bangladesh

 Six US congress members have written to US Secretary of State Antony Blinken calling for actions to ensure free

President of Malta in Geneva for ILO summit

President George Vella left Malta for Geneva in Switzerland on Tuesday to attend and address the "World of Work

Jahangir Alam's appeal over GCC polls nomination quashed

Mohammad Jahangir Alam's appeal against the cancellation of his nomination paper for the post

Paraguay: Pro-Taiwan candidate wins presidential election

 Paraguay's decades of relations with Taiwan look set to continue after a conservative and pro-Taipei candidate, Santiago Pena, was

India seeks 'demographic dividend'

 At the end of April, India officially became the world's most populous nation. With a fast-growing economy and a

Thailand: PM candidate gives birth weeks before election

Paetongtarn Shinawatra is the favorite going into Thailands general election, according to polls. The politician had been campaigning

Malaysia’s businesses unlikely to stop using US dollar in trade deals: Analysts

Malaysia’s proposal to reduce its dependency on the US dollar for trade is unlikely to gain traction among businesses

King Charles Coronation: George VI's chair recycled for enthronement

 The King is recycling a chair used by King George VI for the Coronation, in an effort to make

Ukraine war: Russia launches second pre-dawn missile attack in three days

 Russia has launched a series of missiles at Ukrainian cities in the second pre-dawn attack in three days.Pavlohrad, a

Maurizio Cattelan: Banana artwork eaten by Seoul museum visitor

A South Korean art student ate a banana that was part of an installation by artist Maurizio Cattelan, saying

JPMorgan to buy First Republic after regulators seize control

US financial authorities seized California's troubled First Republic Bank on Monday and sold it to JPMorgan Chase, hoping to

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