• Choice quite predictable

    All residents of 51 Bangladeshi enclaves inside India would opt for Indian nationality, according to an unofficial survey. None of the 14,215 inhabitants of those enclaves wants to come to the mainland as "Bangladeshi", says the survey conducted by India-Bangladesh Enclaves Exchange Coordination Committee, a non-government organisation.

  • Be careful while making comments on judiciary

    The Supreme Court yesterday asked all to be careful with their remarks about the judiciary and to uphold the court's dignity and image, and not make any unnecessary or derogatory comments.

  • Top Quote!

    “There will be some problems with every big task. But those will not be repeated in future. You can say it is the pain of development.”

  • Nahid says sorry for hassle

    Education Minister Nurul Islam Nahid yesterday apologised for the hassle being faced by the students during admission into class XI at different colleges.

  • Up mostly on greed

    The number of caesarean births has almost doubled in the last eight years largely due to lack of accountability of profit-hungry private healthcare providers and absence of proper rules and regulations. The figure rose to 690,000 or 23 percent of total deliveries last year from 355,000 or 9 percent of total deliveries in 2007, according to Bangladesh Demographic and Health Survey 2014.



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