• 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.

  • PM intervenes to end row

    Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina yesterday directed the secretaries concerned to examine the new pay scale's "discriminatory provisions" concerning different sections of professionals, including university teachers, and take steps accordingly.

  • Show world our worth with Padma Bridge: PM

    Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina inaugurates construction work of the much-expected Padma Bridge at Mawa in Munshiganj. Earlier, she inaugurated river training work at Jajira point in Shariatpur.

  • Smog 'red alert' in effect in Beijing

    Schools in Beijing are closed and outdoor construction halted as the Chinese capital's first ever pollution "red alert"red alert" came into effect.

  • Live with confidence, PM tells Hindu community

    Urging the Hindu community members to live here with confidence, PM Sheikh Hasina says all religions speak about the ‘triumph of humanity’ and her government has established that principle in Bangladesh by ensuring the equal rights of the people of all faiths.

  • Remuneration of president, PM, MPs to double

    The cabinet endorsed amendment to a law, which will almost double the renumeration of president, prime minister, speaker, lawmakers and judges of the Supreme Court.

  • PM for stern action against child abusers

    Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina warns of stern actions against children repressors and killers.

  • Everything to be done for ex-enclave dwellers’ welfare: PM

    Terming former enclave dwellers as the sons, citizens and, near and dear ones of Bangladesh, Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina assures them that her government would do whatever necessary for their overall welfare.

  • Fanatics won't be a barrier to girls' education: PM

    Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina says fundamentalism or fanaticism would not be a barrier to girls' education in Bangladesh as the people are conscious about which is good for them and which is not.

  • PM blames Khaleda, Jamaat for losing GSP

    Blaming Khaleda Zia and Jamaat-e-Islami for loosing GSP facility in the US market, Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina says the BNP chief and Jamaat have been spreading propaganda against the country by appointing lobbyists.

  • ‘PM’s comment might influence trial’

    Terming Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina’s claim that Khaleda Zia and her son Tarique Rahman had link to the August 21 grenade attack "baseless", BNP says the PM’s comment might influence the trial of the case.

  • 3-day DC conference begins July 28

    A three-day annual conference of the deputy commissioners of the districts begins July 28 in Dhaka with problems, prospects and challenges they face.

  • Opinion: PM won. An opportunity lost?

    Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has demonstrated political sagacity by reversing her decision on making Syed Ashraful Islam a minister without portfolio.

  • PM flies to London tomorrow

    Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina flies to London tomorrow morning on a week-long visit to the United Kingdom.

  • Eliminate terrorism, PM tells law enforcers

    Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina directs the law enforcement agencies to work with utmost sincerity to eliminate terrorism

  • Jubo Dal leader held for FB post on PM

    Chittagong police arrests a union-level Juba Dal leader on charge of uploading a manipulated image of Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina.

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