Shift to bilateral negotiations challenge for Bangladesh trade: UN

The next few years would be crucial for Bangladesh as it has to go for power-based bilateral negotiations with major trading partners as the country would be unable to rely on

Western media promotes colour revolution in Asia

JUST as the US has done across the Arab World and in Eastern Europe, Southeast Asia faces political subversion aimed at transforming the region to serve Washington’s

Indian police arrest Rohingya Muslim group stuck near Bangladesh border

Indian police on Tuesday arrested 31 Rohingya Muslims stranded on the border after they were denied entry into Bangladesh and border officials failed to agree on what to do with

Extra fees charged flouting guidelines

Most of the non-government schools are charging extra amounts for readmission bypassing the government guidelines in this regard, guardians have alleged. These institutions are

Govt, China ink deal to build power plant in Niphamari

The government is set to build a diesel-fired 150 MW power plant at Nilphamari’s Syedpur with Chinese assistance. To this end, Bangladesh Power Development Board (BPDB) has

7th Padma bridge span to be installed Wednesday

The construction of the 6.15-kilometre Padma Bridge is progressing fast as its seventh span will be installed tomorrow making 1,050 meters of the bridge visible.

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