daily sun | print version
Front Page
Fakhrul’s JS seat declared vacant By Other | Last Updated: 1st May, 2019, 00:00

Speaker Shirin Sharmin Chaudhury on Tuesday declared the Bogra-6 constituency vacant as opposition Bangladesh Nationalist Party (BNP) secretary general Mirza Fakhrul Islam Alamgir did not take his…

Fakhrul’s JS seat declared vacant

Thousands of workers cry for justice

The country’s seven labour courts and lone labour appellate tribunal are burdened with a backlog of 17,608 cases while thousands of workers have long been awaiting justice. Most of the…


Tourists beat heat, mercury rises to 37 degrees

A heat wave sweeping Bangladesh is likely to get worse with most people not venturing out of their homes and offices, but tourists appear to be ignoring the scorching sun as they crowd popular destinations…


May Day – A day to honour workers who fought for rights

The historic May Day or International Labour Day, which honours the sacrifices of the workers who fought for their basic rights, will be observed Wednesday in Bangladesh as elsewhere across the world…

Back Page
Capital market manipulators to be brought to book: PM Capital market manipulators to be brought to book: PM

Amid a continuous fall in the capital market, Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Tuesday hinted that action will be taken against capital market manipulators. “Those who will manipulate the…

Metropolis
Physicians asked to stay at workplace Physicians asked to stay at workplace

Health and Family Welfare Minister Zahid Maleque on Tuesday said it is essential for the doctors to stay at their respective working place. He came up with the statement at a discussion arranged…

Biz Capital
Wholesale markets stable, retail on gradual uptrend Wholesale markets stable, retail on gradual uptrend

Though the prices of essential commodities have been witnessing uptrend a bit in retail markets centring the holy month of Ramadan, the wholesale markets are still stable in the port city. The…

Editorial
Dwindling Ideological Affinity among Public University Teachers Dwindling Ideological Affinity among Public University Teachers

Political division among the professionals is not new in Bangladesh. The process started since post 1975 and the segmentation has reached an extreme stage in the last few years. Like other professional…

Business
Summit’s LNG terminal goes into operation Summit’s LNG terminal goes into operation

The government was forced to partially suspend LNG supply to the national grid from Petrobangla to allow the commissioning of Summit’s Floating Storage and Regasification Unit (FSRU). Summit…

World
UN chief warns of rise in religion-based violence UN chief warns of rise in religion-based violence

UNITED NATIONS: The UN secretary-general warned on Monday of a “disturbing groundswell” of intolerance and hate-based violence aimed at followers of many faiths, and he called on world…

MAY DAY
International Labour Day Reflection International Labour Day Reflection

May Day is a May 1 celebration with a long and varied history, dating back millennia. Throughout the years, there have been many different events and festivities worldwide, most with the expressive…

Culturetainment
Farzana Rikta returns to TVCs Farzana Rikta returns to TVCs

Popular model-turned-actress Farzana Rikta has acted in a new Television Commercial after a one year-long hiatus.   The actress stood before the camera for an advertisement of Airtel,…

Winner
Play with confidence in World Cup: PM Play with confidence in World Cup: PM

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Tuesday told the Bangladesh cricket team to have utmost confidence during their World Cup games, reports UNB. “Take no pressure and play your games with…

My Districts
Bumper litchi yield expected in Rangpur region Bumper litchi yield expected in Rangpur region

RANGPUR: The farmers are happy over excellent growth of tender litchi and expecting a plentiful production of the fruit with better profits in all five districts of Rangpur agriculture region this…

News link
US deputy attorney general resigns US deputy attorney general resigns

WASHINGTON: US Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, who chose Special Counsel Robert Mueller to lead the Russia interference probe and protected him from political intrusion, announced Monday he…

Top