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Posts, Telecommuni-cations and Information Technology Minister Mustafa Jabbar said Bangladesh is no more an import oriented country rather it

Rohingyas on race to fix up shelters as monsoon looms

On a patch of dirt in the sprawling informal settlement, Rohingya Hafsa, 55, and her husband Mohammed, 60, supervise

UN rights envoy in Cox's Bazar to meet Rohingyas

Visiting UN Special Rapporteur on the human rights situation in Myanmar Yanghee Lee arrived here on Friday afternoon on

Road mishap kills youth

A youth was killed and another injured in a road accident in Kalushah Mazar area on the Dhaka-Chittagong highway

13 firearms recovered in Bandarban

Rapid Action Battalion in a drive recovered 13 firearms and 19 rounds of bullets from Ali Kadam Upazila of

Rohingya killed in wild elephant attack

A Rohingya has been killed and two others injured after a wild elephant attack in Cox's Bazar's Ukhiya. The

Photo Journalists Assoc get new office bearers

The Bangladesh Photo Journalists Association of the Chittagong Unit elected new office-bearers at a biennial election held at Chittagong

Introduction of ESLS waits for exporters green signal

Although the authorities are adamant to implement  the Electronic Seal and Lock Service (ESLS) for all cargoes between

Workshop on foreign currency held

Eastern Bank Ltd (EBL) organized a workshop supported by Helaba Landesbank Hessen-Thüringen Girozentrale, a renowned Germany based bank 

3 held with 2,200 bottles of Phensidyl

Members of the Rapid Action Battalion (RAB)-7 arrested three persons with 2,200 bottles of Phensidyl and seized two 

Five held over murder of schoolboy

Police have arrested five people over the murder of schoolboy Adnan Isfar in Chittagong.They were picked up from the

OIC's role in tackling Rohingya crisis lauded

 Foreign Minister AH Mahmood Ali has expressed the hope that the OIC and the international community will keep

Deal with Myanmar a big achievement

Foreign Secretary Md. Shahidul Haque on Wednesday  described the deal signed with Myanmar as a "big achievement" saying it

Pranab pays tribute to Pritilata Waddedar

Former Indian Presi-dent Pranab Mukherjee paid rich tributes to the memory of anti-British revolutionary Pritilata Waddedar while visiting

EU steps up support for Rohingyas

The European Union (EU) has adopted a new program of five million euro to support the Rohingyas in Bangladesh

UN envoy on Myanmar coming tomorrow

The UN Special Rappo-rteur on the human rights situation in Myanmar, Yanghee Lee, will be on a seven-day

Over 5 lakh Rohingya kids going to face greater risk

The health and safety of more than 520,000 Rohingya children living in overcrowded camps and informal settlements in

Shahjahan for innovative tourism

Civil Aviation and Tourism Minister Shahja-han Kamal on Tuesday said he will seek more allocation to take innovative

CHT arms holders urged to return to normal life

Joint General Secretary of ruling Awami League Mahbubul Alam Hanif on Monday urged the illegal arms holders of

Most TCB dealers appointed by MPs

Nearly 50 percent of the dealers for the Trading Corporation of Bangladesh of TCB have been appointed following

Blue economy can bring 10pc growth in GDP

Experts have called for accelerated moves for exploring blue economy saying it could reach the GDP (Gross Domestic

CU to confer D. Lit on Pranab tomorrow

Chittagong University (CU) is set to confer Doctor of Literature (D.Lit) degree upon former Indian president Pranab Mukherjee

Cold hits Rohingyas hard

As a cold wave is sweeping several districts of the country causing sufferings to the poor and the elderly,

Annual Conference of Best Electronics held

Annual conference of the fastest growing multi-brand electronics retail company, Best Electronics Limited, held at Cox's Bazar recently.

Two held with 85,000 Yaba tablets in Ctg

Detective Branch (DB) of police arrested two persons with 85,000 pieces of contraband Yaba tablets from city gate

Half a million children being vaccinated against diphtheria

As part of an intensified response to the current diphtheria outbreak, WHO, UNICEF and health sector partners are

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