The government has failed miserably to prevent corruption in the existing pension and social protection programmes.
Jailed without any trial, Khadija did not get any opportunity to prove her innocence.
More than 70,000 primary school teachers only possess a higher secondary level of education or less.
Crescent Jute Mills, located at Khalishpur in Khulna district was the second largest jute mills in terms of area and production capacity. Three years ago, the massive 113 acres premises of the mill used to remain vibrant with thousands of workers and officials.
In a shabby, derelict building located at Gulistan’s Bangabandhu Avenue, lies Bangladesh’s only state-run organisation that looks after non-government libraries and takes initiatives to popularise reading books.
Three years after the closure of state-run jute mills, Bangladesh Jute Mills Corporation (BJMC) is still failing to attract investors to re-open its jute mills.
Kiran Verma, a youth from Delhi, has walked 12,000 kilometres and reached Bangladesh to raise awareness about blood donation.
Music plays an integral role during every mass movement in Bangladesh. Whenever Bangalees wanted to be united to achieve freedom, self-determination and justice, music was one of the key factors that brought the nation together.