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Inform us beforehand about any export ban

Inform us beforehand about any export ban
Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina yesterday urged the Indian government to inform Bangladesh beforehand about any impending decision to ban the export of any product like onion so that Bangladesh can import that from alternative markets. “Suddenly, you (India) have stopped exporting onion. We could have arranged from other countries if we had been informed about it beforehand. It’ll be better if you inform us beforehand of any such decision in the future,” the humorous Prime Minister said in Hindi.    The Prime Minister quipped that she has already directed her chef to stop using onion while cooking. Sheikh Hasina was addressing the inaugural session of India-Bangladesh Business Forum, held at the Hotel ITC Maurya in…

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Extradition treaty with Russia soon
Extradition treaty with Russia soon
The government is going to sign an agreement with the Russian government soon to facilitate the transfer…

Ensure mutual trust to bolster regional coop

Ensure mutual trust to bolster regional coop

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina yesterday suggested the South Asian countries to ensure mutual trust and respect among all communities and countries overcoming “misperceptions and false apprehensions” aiming to  strengthen regional cooperation and development. “In the past decades,…
Blame game continues over RU recruitment scandal

Blame game continues over RU recruitment scandal

The blame game between two sections of teachers has intensified over irregularities in recruitment in the law department of Rajshahi University (RU) even as one after another audio clips are daily surfacing on social media. The whole thing unfolded when an audio clip involving the varsity's pro…
World Teachers’ Day

World Teachers’ Day

The World Teachers’ day is being observed today In Bangladesh along with the rest of the world. World Teachers’ Day marks the anniversary of the adoption of the 1966 ILO/Unesco recommendation concerning the status of teachers. This recommendation sets benchmarks regarding the rights and…
Durgapuja, its past and present

Durgapuja, its past and present

Unquestionably autumnal Durgapuja is a major festival of the Hindus all over the world but there is no barrier for people of other communities to join and enjoy the joy of this festival. It may be a subject matter of research how the odd time invocation (‘Okalbodhon’) of Ramchandra in ‘Treta…
First Bengali online marketplace takes shape

First Bengali online marketplace takes shape

With growing number of information technology (IT) freelancers in the country, the demand for a freelance marketplace— where able service providers could meet potential buyers—has also increased. While there are several global freelancing sites including Upwork and freelancer.com, there…
Two months of misery in Kashmir

Two months of misery in Kashmir

Children as young as nine detained, protests and tear gas, allegations of torture, businesses shut and no mobiles or internet: it’s now been two months of misery in the Kashmir Valley. India stripped Jammu and Kashmir of its autonomy on August 5 and said it would split the state in two, after…
Chhayanaut celebrates autumn at Charukola

Chhayanaut celebrates autumn at Charukola

Chhayanaut, a leading cultural organisation of Bangladesh, organised a cultural programme to celebrate autumn, the third season of the Bangla calendar at Bakultala of Fine Arts Department (Charukola), University of Dhaka (DU) on Friday morning. The celebration began with the chorus rendition of Rabindra…
Unsung heroes of cricket stadiums

Unsung heroes of cricket stadiums

Come rain or thunderstorms, you will see players and match officials scampering towards safe places in the comforts of the pavilion. But it is the duty of the groundstaff to keep alive the prospect of continuing the game by protecting the pitch and the field. Braving natural adversities, they are seen…
Security beefed up in districts

Security beefed up in districts

The Hindu community is ready to welcome goddess Durga in Tangail. They have made all the preparations for the autumn festival.  The festival began yesterday with Maha Sashthi and ends with Bijaya Dashami on October 8.  Prodip Kumar Goon Jhantu, secretary of the Tangail puja celebration committee,…
Veggies, chicken prices soar in Dhaka

Veggies, chicken prices soar in Dhaka

Alongside onions, the prices of different vegetables and chicken also increased in the capital’s kitchen markets last week. Though the government has taken several initiatives to control onion prices, there is still no positive results in the market. Besides, broiler chicken also became dearer…
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