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  • Achieving religious harmony in a world of fear and populism

    This is a tough time for men and women of the cloth, at least those whose message is one of peace, tolerance, mutual respect, equality and inter-faith dialogue.

  • Killings aimed at harming religious harmony: Minister

    The recent killings have been carried out to harm religious harmony across the country, Home Minister Asaduzzaman Khan says.

  • Hasina warns troublemakers

    Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has said no one will be allowed to harm religious harmony in the country, and that her government will get tougher on troublemakers. “We are taking stern action against those who are on the wrong path. If necessary, we will get tougher,” she said in an address to the nation yesterday, marking the second anniversary of her government's assuming office. In her half-an-hour televised speech, the PM mostly highlighted the success stories of the government. She called upon people to keep up efforts for the country's progress, rising above their beliefs and party affiliations.

  • Progress can't be stopped with bomb attacks: PM

    Noting that the recent bomb attack on a Tajia procession was aimed at tarnishing Bangladesh's image, Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina asserts that the Bangladesh's progress cannot be stopped with such bombings.

  • Live with confidence, PM tells Hindu community

    Urging the Hindu community members to live here with confidence, PM Sheikh Hasina says all religions speak about the ‘triumph of humanity’ and her government has established that principle in Bangladesh by ensuring the equal rights of the people of all faiths.

  • Stay alert about plot against country’s religious harmony: Khaleda

    BNP chairperson Khaleda Zia urges people regardless of their creed and colour to remain alert so that no one can carry out any evil act against the country’s religious harmony.

  • Bangladesh unique example of religious harmony: President Hamid

    President of Bangladesh Abdul Hamid urges all on the occasion of holy Eid-ul-Azha to remain alert so that no one can make any evil gain using religion.