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Bangladesh has condemned Israel's attacks on the Gaza Strip which have resulted in civilian deaths and destruction of public property, Xinhua news agency reported.
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Bangladesh's oldest brothel has been shut down following pressure from local clerics and politicians amid rising conservatism in the Muslim-majority country, police said on Monday.
6 hrs ago | The Toronto Star
Up to half of the people in Bangladesh have guzzled tainted water, the product of naturally occuring arsenic in the soil.
7 hrs ago | The Daily Star
Teachers and students of different educational institutions, including Chittagong University and Asian University for Women, form a human chain before Chittagong Press Club yesterday protesting Israel's attacks on Gaza.
7 hrs ago | The Daily Star
The inauguration of an exhibition and the book launch of "Her Words: Storytelling with Saris" will be held on July 19 at 5pm at the EMK Center, Dhaka.
An international tribunal's award last week on the maritime territorial dispute between India and Bangladesh and its acceptance by Delhi and Dhaka should set the stage for substantive regional maritime cooperation in the Bay of Bengal.
Rangpur, July 12 Speaker Dr Shirin Sharmin Chaudhury on Saturday stressed expanding the IT use involving every student of the country in this age of globalization and free flow of information.
Onyx Hospitality Group, one of the biggest Thai hotel-management firms, plans to raise its presence among global players by operating 15 more hotels domestically and overseas over the next three years.
Expressing her dissatisfaction over the slow pace of work regarding the country's first satellite, Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Sunday asked the officials concerned to take more prompt actions to launch Bangabandhu Satellite to orbit by March 2017.
London is not a big city . By global standards, it's a fairly calm, quiet, orderly place of medium size that functions fairly well most days.
Geographical Indicative Products Act 2013 was passed in the National Parliament in November 2013.
"Watermark," a documentary by Jennifer Baichwal and Edward Burtynsky, brings together stories from around the world about humankind's relationship with water.
All the roads and highways of the country will be made fit for the smooth movement of vehicles by July 20 to ease the journey of homebound passengers ahead of Eid, Communications Minister Obaidul Quader said yesterday.
April 18, 1971. A company of freedom fighters took a determined defence position in a village called Daruin to resist the advancing Pakistan occupation army.
As part of Bangladesh Shilpakala Academy's annual drive to produce new plays countrywide, the Theatre and Drama Department of the Dhaka unit of BSA premiered their production "Badh" at the National Theatre Hall on Friday.
The government should develop rail and water ways sectors instead of only focusing on road communications in a bid to ensure overall development of the communications system, said environmentalists and right activists at a discussion yesterday.
For more than 14 years, Didar Islam lived the American dream working as an electrical engineer for top companies.
Updated: Mon Jul 14, 2014 05:26 am
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