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Ekushey book fair yesterday saw an impressive turnout at Bangla Academy and Suhrawardy Udyan premises ahead of February 21, International Mother Language Day.

  • Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina reaches Abu Dhabi

    PM reaches Abu Dhabi

    Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina arrived in Abu Dhabi this morning from Munich of Germany on her three-day official visit to the United Arab Emirates (UAE) to attend the International Defence Exhibition (IDEX-2019).

  • The heavy rain took a massive toll on the book stalls

    Ekushey book fair: Rains damage thousands of books

    The heavy rains have taken a massive toll on the book stalls and also damaged thousands of books at the Ekushey book fair.

  • Dhaka Commuters suffer Heavy Rain

    Commuters suffer in morning rain

    Dhaka city dwellers wake up to heavy showers as the capital witnesses 19 millimetre rain in three hours.

  • Gas supply problem in Dhaka

    Gas supply resumes

    Gas supply resumes in Dhaka and adjoining areas over 26 hours after the supply was partially halted due to technical glitch at Ashulia gas station, says Titas official.

  • Govt working to establish equitable society

    The government is working relentlessly to establish an inclusive, just and equitable society, said Permanent Representative of Bangladesh to the UN, Masud Bin Momen.

  • PM assures ICC of support in examining Rohingya crisis

    Welcoming the decision of International Criminal Court (ICC) to send a team for "preliminary examination" of the atrocities on Rohingyas by Myanmar Army, Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Friday assured them of extending all-out support in this regard.

  • Promoting harmony

    With a view to promote harmony and tolerance, Debate for Humanity (DFH) announced their six-month-long university-level debate festival yesterday.

  • Bring planners of Kazi Aref's murder to justice

    Speakers at a discussion yesterday stressed the need for finding the motive and planning behind the murder of Jatiya Samajtantrik Dal leader Kazi Aref Ahmed and demanded punishment for those responsible.

  • Ensure quality of development work

    Public Works and Housing Minister SM Rezaul Karim urged Chittagong Development Authority (CDA) to ensure the quality of development work for the citizens' benefit.

  • ULAB hosts financial inclusion summit in Dhaka

    University of Liberal Arts Bangladesh (ULAB) hosted a daylong “2019 Financial Inclusion Summit” at a Dhaka hotel yesterday, says a press release.

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