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WAM DHAKA, 6th March, 2014 -- Saeed bin Hajar Al Shihhi, U.A.E. Ambassador to the People's Republic of Bangladesh, has met with Jatiya Party Chairman and Special Envoy of the Prime Minister, Hussain Muhammad Ershad.
Abbotsford's One Billion Rising event added a powerful voice with the recent inclusion of women's rights advocate Rumana Monzur.
A fire broke out at garment factory in the Bangladeshi capital on Thursday, police and fire-fighting officials said, but it was not immediately clear if anyone was inside the building at the time.
PURPORTEDLY to encourage pedestrians to use footbridge and discourage jaywalking, the Dhaka North City Corporation is fitting one end of the Banani footbridge with an electric escalator as a pilot project.
This Star file photo taken recently shows a female garment worker is busy threading clothes at a factory in Gazipur, Bangladesh.
Households consuming less electricity might be slapped with a higher power tariff hike compared to the heavy users as four distributors have sought to increase prices for the sixth time in two years.
Interventional cardiologists from both Bengals exchanged notes on the latest in their line of work and bonded over Tagore at the fourth Bangla Interventional Therapeutics held at Santiniketan.
"System change", "conscious capitalism" and "new economy" are trending buzzwords these days.
Thailand-based ONYX Hospitality Group recently announced a number of hotel openings in evolving markets including; Bangladesh, China and Sri Lanka, as well as product developments and innovations across the brand portfolio.
Humayun Faridi is one of the most celebrated actors of Bangladesh. Be it theatre, TV serials or cinema, this versatile genius made his mark in all forms of acting, which made him a rare phenomenon in the entertainment world.
Bangladesh-based Shama Rahman gave culture aficionados a rare treat with her accomplished rendition of Rabindrasangeet on February 27 in Ranchi.
Leaders at the third BIMSTEC summit in Burma, also known as Myanmar, have established a permanent secretariat in Bangladesh to oversee the regional grouping of nations on a full-time basis.
Apparel accessory makers and packagers aim to triple sales to $12 billion in the next four years, buoyed by robust growth in garment shipments globally.
Power Development Board and West Zone Power Distribution Company today proposed increasing electricity tariff by 15.50 percent and 8.59 percent respectively to help them cut growing losses.