Front Page
Country enters new era By Other | Last Updated: 12th March, 2020, 00:00

Bangladesh joins today the most modern land-link technology when Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina launches the country’s first expressway, one of the mega-projects of her ruling Awami League government,…

 Country enters new era

Highest allocation for transport sector in revised ADP Highest allocation for transport sector in revised ADP

The transport sector is getting the highest amount of money in the revised ADP even after a large cut in original allocation as it remains the government’s most prioritised sector. The…


Tigers sweep T20 series Tigers sweep T20 series

Bangladesh whitewashed Zimbabwe in the two-match T20 series as the Tigers pulled off a thumping nine-wicket victory against the visitors in Sher-e-Bangla National Cricket Stadium in Dhaka on Wednesday.…


2 corona patients recovering 2 corona patients recovering

Two of the three covid-19 patients detected in Bangladesh were recovering and no new cases were reported on Wednesday, said the Institute of Epidemiology, Disease Control and Research (IEDCR).…

Back Page
Govt to go tough on tanneries Govt to go tough on tanneries

The government has decided to take action against the tannery owners if they release chromium above the set standard of the Leather Working Group (LWG). The government will give time to the…

Metropolis
Don’t do politics with Coronavirus Don’t do politics with Coronavirus

Awami League general secretary Obaidul Quader on Wednesday asked Bangladesh Nationalist Party (BNP) not to do politics over Coronavirus. “It is not fair to do politics over humanitarian…

Sun Extra
25,000 primary students to imitate Bangabandhu 25,000 primary students to imitate Bangabandhu

A total of 25,000 students of government primary schools will imitate Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, marking the great leader’s birth centenary celebration. A…

Editorial
President of Algeria in Dhaka President of Algeria in Dhaka

The President of Algeria Huari Boumedienne arrived in Dhaka on 8 March 1974 for a four-hour brief visit to Bangladesh at the invitation of the Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman.…

Business
Previous rates for post office savings from March 17 Previous rates for post office savings from March 17

Finance Minister AHM Mustafa Kamal on Wednesday said the previous interest rates of the post office savings tools would be restored from March 17 this year marking the birth centenary of Father of…

Education
Tertiary Education Admission: What Will Be the Optimum Choice? Tertiary Education Admission: What Will Be the Optimum Choice?

One of the prime reasons to introduce multiple admission tests is the so called avalanche of Golden -5. Indeed, it appears to be a difficult job to consider admission in subjects such as Business Administration,…

Asia
Afghan govt to release 1,500 Taliban prisoners Afghan govt to release 1,500 Taliban prisoners

KABUL/UNITED NATIONS: Afghan President Ashraf Ghani is preparing to release 1,500 Taliban prisoners in coming days, according to a decree viewed by Reuters on Tuesday, as the United Nations backed…

World
Erdogan vows to keep border open for refugees until EU meets all demands Erdogan vows to keep border open for refugees until EU meets all demands

ANKARA: President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said on Wednesday he would keep Turkey’s border open for refugees until the EU had met all his demands, while comparing Greece’s response to the crisis…

Culturetainment
Tawsif, Mehazabien’s ‘Nei Tumi’ Tawsif, Mehazabien’s ‘Nei Tumi’

Talented new generation actors Tawsif Mahbub and Mehazabien Chowdhury will be seen in a single-episode drama titled ‘Nei Tumi’ on Nagorik TV at 09:00pm today.    …

Winner
Barcos hits hat-trick as Kings thrash TC in AFC opener Barcos hits hat-trick as Kings thrash TC in AFC opener

It was the realisation of a dream. It was the start of a dream coming true. A dream worth the dedication of a life-time which led Bashundhara Kings to a thumping 5-1 goal triumph over TC Sports of…

My Districts
Harijan’s vow to prevent drug abuse, child marriage Harijan’s vow to prevent drug abuse, child marriage

RANGPUR: A large number of Harijan people at a views-exchange meeting here have vowed to prevent drug abuse and child marriage for building a better future of their socially backward community people.…

News link
India closes a border, extends travel curbs as regional coronavirus cases rise India closes a border, extends travel curbs as regional coronavirus cases rise

MUMBAI: India ramped up travel restrictions and closed a border with neighboring Myanmar to counter the coronavirus outbreak, as countries across South Asia reported a rise in cases on Wednesday, reports…

Top