Unicef yesterday said according to their estimations, as many as 8,428 babies would be born in Bangladesh on New Year's Day
With another New Year upon us, it is time to reflect on the things we aim to change for the better in the days ahead. Many of us will be making New Year's resolutions to get fitter, eat healthier or be kinder to ourselves, and our nation's famous faces are no different. We spoke to many young artistes of the arts and entertainment world about their hopes for 2019.
Happy New Year! It's 2019, and you know what that means; more unrealistic resolutions to be made, only to be forgotten on the first weekend of the new year. Sounding bleak before we even begin? Well, as unfortunate as it sounds, that is usually the case. But not to worry, as a new year usually brings along new fortunes and opportunities for you to seize, courtesy of your horoscope, as long as you remember to keep your expectations nice and sane. Done? Now let's go over what's in store for you for 2019.
The New Year, as it happens, is a day after the 11th parliamentary election in Bangladesh and Dhaka Metropolitan Police has drawn up elaborate plans to control traffic in the city.
Dhaka Metropolitan Police (DMP) has issued special instruction for the celebration of New Year this year, which falls on a day after the national election.