• PM blames BNP-Jamaat

    Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina yesterday alleged that the BNP-Jamaat has resorted to a new trick -- killing selective people -- as the alliance could not gain anything after killing so many people in broad daylight last year.

  • PM calls for best use of education facilities

    Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina urges the students and guardians for best use of the opportunities and facilities made available by the government for promotion of education and find job after the education.

  • PM reaches London en route to Sofia

    Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina reached London yesterday afternoon for a three-day private visit on her way to another three-day official trip to Bulgaria.

  • Education for all to be ensured: PM

    Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina says the government wants to ensure education for all as no nation can prosper without education.

  • Instant BB measures prevented larger heist: PM

    Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina says instant and proper measures taken by the Bangladesh Bank after the heist from its fund with Federal Reserve Bank of New York prevented hacking of a larger sum of money.

  • Won't allow industries on farmland, says PM

    Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina yesterday said her government will not allow anyone to set up industries indiscriminately destroying farmlands and forests.

  • PM for unity of Muslim Ummah

    Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has stressed the need for the unity of the Muslim Ummah and its pursuit of the great Islamic values of justice and inclusion.

  • Writing against religion won't be tolerated: PM

    Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has said hurting religious sentiments of others by writing something is not acceptable.

  • PM urges all to exercise tolerance

    Extending her heartfelt greetings to all, including expatriate Bangladeshis on Pahela Baishakh, Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina says everybody needs to exercise tolerance as it is essential for the country's uninterrupted development.

  • Politics not for killing, burning people: PM

    Recalling the horrible days of the BNP-Jamaat's indefinite blockade and hartal in 2015, Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina yesterday said

  • Trial possible under existing laws: PM

    Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina told the cabinet meeting yesterday that the government would hold the trial of the Tonu murder case

  • Stay away from corruption

    Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina yesterday asked the new members of Bangladesh Civil Service (BCS) to work as public servants and stay away from corruption.

  • Hasina 10th greatest world leader

    Business magazine Fortune has named Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina as one of the greatest leaders of the world.

  • Conspirators still active

    Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina yesterday urged the Awami League leaders and activists to go ahead with honesty and sincerity for materialising the dreams of Bangabandhu.

  • PM urges UK for cargo ban review

    Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina yesterday wrote back to her British counterpart David Cameron and requested a review of the ban on direct air cargo from Dhaka to London.

  • PM pins hope on technology use to remove corruption

    Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina today says it will be easier to free this society from corruption by making the best use of technology.

  • Don't recruit 'Jamaat-Shibir terrorists'

    Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina yesterday asked the authorities concerned to stay alert so that the Jamaat-Shibir activists and those involved in terrorist and militant activities could not be recruited in the police force.

  • Stay alert so that Jamaat-Shibir cannot sneak into police: PM

    Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina asks the authorities concerned to stay alert so that the Jamaat-Shibir activists and those involved in terrorist and militant acts could not be recruited in the police force.

  • PM lashes out at Star editor

    Blasting The Daily Star for running the DGFI-supplied false news against her during the last caretaker regime, Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina yesterday said the Star editor himself could not demonstrate his “courage” by stepping down from his post after admitting his faults.

  • PM warns against unwarranted attitude, activities

    Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina yesterday warned that any unwarranted attitude and activities of Bangladeshi peacekeepers in UN missions will not be tolerated.

  • Jashodaben seeks marriage-related info on Modi's passport

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi's wife Jashodaben files an RTI application with regional passport office seeking details about marriage-related documents Modi had submitted to get his passport when he was chief minister of Gujarat.

  • Padma bridge won't affect other projects: PM

    Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina rules out the apprehension of any affect to other ongoing development projects for construction of the multi-billion dollar Padma Bridge scheme.

  • 11 receive Bangla Academy Shahitya Puroshkar

    Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina hands over the prestigious Bangla Academy Shahitya Puroshkar to 11 personalities in recognition of their contributions to their respective fields.

  • PM to open 'World Trade Centre' in Ctg today

    Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina travels to Chittagong today on a daylong tour to open the World Trade Centre in the port city and

  • Don’t allow any injustice, PM tells cops

    P Hasina asks police to deal with injustice with strong hands even if it is done by any politically influential person. She advises police to communicate with her if the offender is a leader of Awami League.

  • Stand by the helpless

    Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina yesterday asked the police members to be the servants of people facing all the challenges and stand by the helpless as their trusted friends.

  • Ershad's decisions undemocratic

    Leader of the Opposition in Parliament Raushan Ershad last night termed “undemocratic” party Chairman HM Ershad's decisions to

  • PM seeks votes for boat

    Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina says there is no need to raise any demand before her as she knows the problems of the country’s people and also knows how to deal with those.

  • Teachers now look to PM

    Public university teachers, who are observing an indefinite strike against “pay disparity”, yesterday said they want to talk to Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina over their demand to end the ongoing crisis.

  • Minister hopes for solution, teachers vow to continue protests

    Education Minister Nurul Islam Nahid assures the agitating university teachers of solving the deadlock over “disparity” in the new pay scale through discussion.

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