The recent by-polls represent the state of democracy in our country fairly accurately.
Party sources said the decision is likely to be finalised in today's parliamentary party meeting at the Jatiya Sangsad at 7:30pm.
This shouldn’t have been a mere political statement; it should have been the reality. But the current government policies are not in line with that goal.
Since the release of “Pathaan” on January 25, there has been a debate ongoing regarding to whether Bangladesh should import the movie or not. While some people have been in favour of the film being released, others have suggested that importing Bollywood films will have a detrimental impact on the local film industry. However, after the marvellous success of “Pathaan”, even more fans in Bangladesh have come forward to demand the release of the film. Amongst those in favour of “Pathaan” being imported to Bangladesh is Obaidul Quader, MP, Honourable Minister of Road Transport and Bridges.
Road Transport and Bridges Minister Obaidul Quader, also at the helm of Dhaka Transport Coordination Authority, yesterday admitted the government agencies implementing transport sector projects in the capital lacked coordination.
The political climate is brewing steam. Here's a quick round-up of all the major stories today.
The stage-breaking incident shows us that too many slogans, too much shouting, and even too much strength can be a bad thing.
There will be no half fare for students travelling on the Metro Rails, MAN Siddique, managing director of Dhaka Mass Transit Company Limited, said today.