The price of rawhide has fallen sharply, a growing concern for small traders for whom Eid-ul-Azha is a major point of the year. Rawhides were traded at very low prices in Dhaka’s Hazaribagh, one of the country’s major tannery hubs, though prices were to remain unchanged
The residents of Dhaka city are suffering the most from the dengue menace despite DNCC and DSCC having a large budget for controlling the reproduction of mosquitoes.
It is true that there are very few options for entertainment in Bangladesh, making the national zoo a popular spot for tourists and families on weekends. But the animals kept caged there for this purpose do not have the basic facilities they need to thrive.
According to the most recent rankings, no university from Bangladesh (public or private) was competitive enough to make their place
This letter is in reference to the cover story “How independent and effective is the NHRC?” published last week.
Growing up in Bailey Road, Shagor Publishers was the place for me. It was owned by the renowned writer M.R. Akhter Mukul who started the shop as a sort of a glorified book club. He would sit on a stool at the small entrance where he would greet readers. If I inquired of a
This is outrageous if Pathao couldn’t ensure such quality. I always wonder why, in most of the cases, Bangladeshi companies can’t keep the standards that they set at the beginning of their journey. Either they don’t know how to be stable in the long run or they are just