daily sun | print version
Front Page
Vote for ‘boat’ again for country’s prosperity: PM By Other | Last Updated: 3rd November, 2018, 00:00

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Friday sought votes from people to materialise the dream of  Father of the Nation Bangabondhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman through building a hunger- and poverty-free…

Vote for ‘boat’ again for country’s prosperity: PM

No fee charts at diagnostic centres despite HC order

Many private hospitals, clinics and diagnostic centres in the capital are yet to put in display their charts of charges and fees for medical tests despite a court directive. Though some health…


Dialogue with AL fruitful: Jukta Front

The ruling Awami League-led alliance and Jukta Front on Friday reached a consensus on some issues related to the next parliamentary elections. “We have reached a consensus on some issues…


Talks held for country’s sake, says Quader

Awami League general secretary Obaidul Quader on Friday said that Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina had responded to the call for holding dialogue with Jatiya Oikya Front for the sake of country, democracy…

Back Page
Extortion goes on in CHT ahead of polls Extortion goes on in CHT ahead of polls

Illegal toll collection by regional political groups in three districts of the Chittagong Hill Tracts (CHT) has increased ahead of the national polls likely to be held in December this year. Extortionists…

Metropolis
Bangladesh, India to protect FFs’ graveyards in Tripura Bangladesh, India to protect FFs’ graveyards in Tripura

Indian and Bangladeshi authorities will jointly develop and protect the graveyards of Bangladeshi freedom fighters (FF) along the bordering areas in Tripura. “We are collecting every detail…

Sun Extra
Khashoggi’s body was ‘dissolved’ after murder Khashoggi’s body was ‘dissolved’ after murder

ANKARA: The body of journalist Jamal Khashoggi was “dissolved” after he was murdered and dismembered in the Saudi consulate in Istanbul a month ago, an advisor to Turkish President Recep…

Editorial
SDGs and Human Rights: Perspective Bangladesh SDGs and Human Rights: Perspective Bangladesh

It is well known to us that building on the accomplishments of their predecessors the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs), in September 2015, Heads of State and Government of the members countries…

Post-logue
Jail Killing Day: Remembering the Four National Leaders Jail Killing Day: Remembering the 
Four National Leaders

There is no flag large enough to cover the shame of killing innocent people. 43 years have elapsed by this time. I was then a senior student of the University of Dhaka and lodged in Sergeant Zohurul…

Asia
Lanka crisis deepens Lanka crisis deepens

COLOMBO: Sri Lanka’s speaker Friday summoned parliament to meet next week in defiance of the president as a constitutional crisis darkened with an MP saying he was offered millions of dollars…

World
Trump sanctions set to bite Iran Trump sanctions set to bite Iran

WASHINGTON: Six months after President Donald Trump bolted from a nuclear deal on Iran, the United States from Monday will try to strangle the country’s economy with sweeping sanctions, but doubts…

Culturetainment
Happy birthday, Moushumi Happy birthday, Moushumi

Today is the 45th birthday of the most celebrated actress of the country, Moushumi. Her fans, friends, and well-wishers from around the world have sent their congratulatory messages to the actress…

Winner
Spotlight on Mahmudullah as Tigers eye Test domination Spotlight on Mahmudullah as Tigers eye Test domination

With a highly disappointing Test series against West Indies in July, hosts Bangladesh will aim to carry the ODI momentum into the Test series when they take on Zimbabwe in the first match of the two-match…

My Districts
Goat farming under EBEK project changes lot of rural women Goat farming under EBEK project changes lot 
of rural women

Moti Akter has changed her livelihood by setting up a goat farm around seven years ago taking a loan of Taka 10,000 from the Village Development Association (VDA) in her village under the Ektee Bari…

News link
Saudi loses swagger on world stage after Khashoggi crisis Saudi loses swagger on world stage after Khashoggi crisis

RIYADH: Saudi Arabia’s crown prince retains an iron grip on power at home, but the growing outcry over journalist Jamal Khashoggi’s murder has diminished his stature—and leverage—on…

Top