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Delhi's Park Street to be renamed after Bangabandhu Delhi's Park Street to be renamed after Bangabandhu

The New Delhi Municipal Council on Thursday approves its renaming a day before Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina arrives Delhi on a four-day visit


The women who sleep with a stranger to save their marriage ‘Halala’ marriages in London

Halala involves the woman marrying someone else, consummating the marriage and then getting a divorce and she is able to remarry her first husband


100 years ago, war declaration started The American Century 100 years ago, war declaration started The American Century

  Carpenter Guy Ford liked to watch fish play in the currents around his ship as it sailed for…


First English Olympiad going to be held in Bangladesh First English Olympiad in Bangladesh

A Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) was signed between the Daily Sun and WOC to organise the English Olympiad


One quarter of Bangladesh is safe from recently exposed vulture-killing drug One quarter of Bangladesh is safe from recently exposed vulture-killing drug

After successfully banning two drugs poisonous to vultures, Bangladesh is leading the way in Asian vulture conservation


Country’s first-ever satellite likely to be launched in December Bangabandhu Sattelite-1 launching on December 16

The Bangabandhu Satellite-1 will provide 40 different types of services. It is expected to bring revolutionary changes in telecommunications


Can China's ivory trade ban save elephants? Can China's ivory trade ban save elephants?

Now, to the delight of conservationists everywhere, China is calling a halt to this lucrative end of a brutal and bloody trade


Bangladeshi girl wins US Women of Courage award Bangladeshi girl Sharmin receives US award

US First Lady Melania Trump and Under Secretary of State for Political Affairs Thomas A Shannon present the awards during a ceremony


The illegal deliveryman who became one of China's richest men The illegal deliveryman

He is now the fourth wealthiest man in China, according to Bloomberg's Billionaires Index


Chilli farming brings smiles on Khodeza's face Chilli farming brings smiles on Khodeza's face

Everything is possible thanks to determination and diligent efforts of Khodeza


Comilla voters want city problems solved Comilla voters want city problems solved

Fed up with traffic jams, drug problems, water logging, mugging, land grabbing and the sliding law and order, voters hope new mayor would do something


Bangladesh missions abroad celebrate Independence Day Bangladesh missions abroad celebrate Independence Day

Officers and officials, their family members and expatriate Bangladeshis took part in the celebrations in respective missions


Drug kills street children silently Drug kills street children silently

9-10 years old boy, informs that his name is Rajan and his friend's name is Sony of the same age. Both of them are orphans


Norway happiest place on Earth Norway happiest place on Earth

Norway is the happiest place on Earth, according to a United Nations agency report - toppling neighbour Denmark from the number one position


Forced conversion, marriage and the endless cycle of misogyny Pakistani minorities facing intolerable persecution

1,000 Christian and Hindu women forcibly converted to Islam and forcibly married in Pakistan each year, seven hundred of them Christian,


Clean water finally flows to transform lives of tea pickers in Bangladesh Tea pickers' lives in Bangladesh transforming

In tea country around Sylhet, conditions for workers descendants of labourers imported by the British during the 19th century


Contributions of visual artists to the Liberation War Contributions of visual artists to the Liberation War

We remember the role of the artistes of ‘Swadhin Bangla Betar Kendra’ with proper admiration


20 million at risk of starvation in world’s largest crisis since 1945, UN says 20 million at risk of starvation in world’s largest crisis since 1945, UN says

The drought, impending famine and the presence of terrorist group Al-Shabaab have left Somalia and its people in a desperate situation


Biogas changes life in Gaibandha Biogas changes life in Gaibandha

Low-cost biogas, an alternative fuel for cooking purpose becomes popular among the people in different areas of Gaibandha district


Bangladesh elected Chairperson of OPCW Executive Council Bangladesh elected Chairperson of OPCW EC

This is a ‘historic win’, in the month of independence, will surely boost Bangladesh’s global standing further, the Foreign Ministry says


Nat'l airline operates all-women domestic flight It’s Women's Day; this is what Biman does!

Boeing 737-800 aircraft with 80 passengers operated by Captain Tania Reza leaves Hazrat Shahjalal International Airport around 1:50pm


First-ever vulture rescue centre set up in Dinajpur Vulture rescue centre in Dinajpur

Himalayan Griffon vulture is one of the remaining native species in Bangladesh along with white-rumped ones


There’s a plan to send container train from Dhaka to Istanbul There’s a plan to send container train from Dhaka to Istanbul

The The containers are coming through the route via India, Pakistan and Iran!


Rural women show how to cut dependence on forest Rural women show how to cut dependence on forest

Hundreds of women in a remote village in Chakaria Upazila of coastal district Cox's Bazar show how they can generate alternative income


Bangladesh gas deal would make this company China’s fourth-largest producer Bangladesh gas deal would make this company China’s fourth-largest producer

Nasrul Hamid, state minister for power, energy and mineral resources, says “this is Chevron’s matter”


Children’s plight for playground Children’s plight for playground

As there is no playground nearby, the boy all the daylong wait when his father will come and take him to the rooftop


Children are more venerable to pornography Children are more venerable to pornography

The more alarming thing is that some children are not only watching pornography, rather they are involved with producing adult content


Why N. Korea may have used VX to kill Kim Why N. Korea may have used VX to kill Kim

Was it a poorly executed assassination or did North Korea want to showcase its stockpile of banned chemical weapons?


Pope meets families of Gulshan attack victims Pope meets families of Gulshan attack victims

“It’s easy to take the road from love that leads to hatred,” he says to the 36 family members of the nine Italian victims of the attack


What does Chevron own in Bangladesh that's worth an estimated $2 billion? What does Chevron own in Bangladesh that's worth an estimated $2 billion?

Chevron operates three natural gas fields in Bangladesh - Bibiyana, Jalalabad and Moulavi Bazar - under production sharing contracts


Hilsa abundant during 'off-season' Hilsa abundant during 'off-season'

Fishermen embark on catching hilsa using catapults, electric nets and other items, which are later sold in various markets of the district


Kevin O'Leary: Canada's Donald Trump? Kevin O'Leary: Canada's Donald Trump?

A businessman who found fame on American reality TV is betting the wave of populist sentiment will help him upend Canada's political establishment


From London fashion salons to Bay of Bengal, Brexit looms large From London fashion salons to Bay of Bengal, Brexit looms large

Some 8000 kilometres from London’s busy shopping districts, the economic ripple effects of Brexit are being felt in one of the world’s poorest nations


Drinking liquor without getting drunk not sinful: Islamic Scholar Without getting drunk drinking liquor not sinful!

Al Gedy says that getting drunk is haram, sinful and forbidden in Islam, and all Islamic sharia laws related to the punishment apply to getting drunk


On the road with Bangladesh's female rickshaw wallah On the road with Bangladesh's female rickshaw wallah

As Bangladesh's only woman rickshaw wallah, Mosammat Jasmine may be a feminist icon but to the passengers she cycles around the streets of Chittagong


Satkhira tribunal has no judge for last seven months Satkhira tribunal has no judge for last seven months

Some 2,500 cases are now pending with this special court, causing sufferings to justice seekers


Tragedy, Love and Its commercialisation Love and Its commercialisation

Young couples, often associated romantically, roam around the city in red and rush to different posh restaurants to celebrate love


Most primary schools in Jessore have no Shaheed Minar Most primary schools in Jessore have no Shaheed Minar

885 primary schools, out of 1130, do not have their own Shaheed Minar to observe the International Mother Language Day on February 21


Childhood development needed before formal education Childhood development needed before formal education

One-year-long pre-primary education system has been introduced in the country, which is also emphasized to take care of child's latent talent

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