daily sun | print version
Front Page
Private cars responsible for city traffic tangle By Other | Last Updated: 10th January, 2018, 00:00

Ahamed Ullah Traffic congestion in the capital is worsening day by day as a large number of private cars hit the streets every day though public transports remain insufficient. The growth…

Private cars responsible for city traffic tangle

Major parties yet to finalise candidates

The major political parties, including ruling Awami League and opposition BNP, are yet to finalise mayoral candidates for the upcoming Dhaka North City Corporation (DNCC) by-election. Although…


Voting on Feb 26

By-election to the mayoral post of Dhaka North City Corporation (DNCC) will be held on February 26 as the Election Commission (EC) on Tuesday announced polls schedule fixing the day. As per…


Bangabandhu’s Homecoming Day today

The historic Homecoming Day of Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman will be observed across the country today in a befitting manner. On this day in 1972, Bangabandhu, the supreme…

Back Page
PM asks police to earn people’s trust PM asks police to
earn people’s trust

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Tuesday directed the police to gain the trust and confidence of people as this is very important for them, reports UNB. “There’s a proverb in Bengali,…

Metropolis
Zinc essential for male fertility: Study Zinc essential for male fertility: Study

Trace levels of zinc present in semen is a vital determinant of male fertility, according to a recent study conducted in the city. The study titled, ‘Impact of Seminal Plasma Zinc and…

Sun Extra
Efforts on to turn CUET into a centre of excellence Efforts on to turn CUET into

a centre of excellence

Chittagong University of Engineering and Technology (CUET) Vice Chancellor Professor Dr Mohammad Rafiqul Alam said necessary initiatives have already been taken to upgrade the institution as centre…

Editorial
Gloriole of 10th January: The Man who Made a Nation Gloriole of 10th January: The
Man who Made a Nation

Banganandhu’s Homecoming Day highlights a thrilling victory by Bangladesh’s people over a demonic Pakistani regime. The crowd shuddered with sky-scrapping “Joy Bangla” slogan…

Post-logue
International Politics and Bangladesh International Politics and Bangladesh

The title that I have chosen to ventilate my views is of great importance even if it may pose diversity of thinking from the other angle of vision, inter alia the truth behind it. In continuation of…

World
Two Koreas agree to hold military talks Two Koreas agree to

hold military talks

SEOUL: North and South Korea have agreed to hold military talks to defuse border tension, after their first high-level meeting in two years on Tuesday, reports BBC. The North will also send…

Culturetainment
Prabuddha, Soumitra enthrall audience at Nat’l Museum Prabuddha, Soumitra enthrall audience at Nat’l Museum

Singer Prabuddha Raha and Pianist Soumitra Sengupta, from India enthrall audience at Bangladesh National Museum in the capital Shahbagh area on Monday. They were performed at a musical evening…

Winner
Overlooked Mominul strikes ton in BCL Overlooked Mominul strikes ton in BCL

Bangladesh’s little-master Mominul Haque who was overlooked in Tigers’ 16-men squad for the upcoming tri-nation series in Bangladesh, clobbered an unbeaten century against Prime Bank South…

My Districts
RAKUB to install ATM booths in rural areas RAKUB to install ATM booths in rural areas

RAJSHAHI: Rajshahi Krishi Unnayan Bank (RAKUB), a state-owned specialised bank, is going to install ATM booths for the first time in rural areas aiming to spread modern banking services to the grassroots…

News link
Unscrupulous officials to be punished, says Muhith Unscrupulous officials to be punished,

says  Muhith

Finance Minister AMA Muhith on Tuesday warned that the officials who will try to manipulate or block any project fund allocated from the national budget will be punished, reports UNB. Speaking…

Business
Govt, WB ink $245m deal for safety-net schemes Govt, WB ink $245m deal 
for safety-net schemes

The World Bank will provide a US$ 245 million additional fund to improve equity, efficiency and transparency of major safety-net programmes in Bangladesh. The government and the Washington-based…

Top