Visiting Indian Foreign Secretary Vinay Kwatra today called on Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina in Dhaka and reaffirmed his country's support for wider and deeper development and economic partnership with Bangladesh
Can a political party – regardless of whether they are in power or in opposition – use public property to attend a party rally?
Secretary Lu’s visit, against these backgrounds, reiterated the message of the past year that the US would like to see a fair and inclusive election in Bangladesh and that it is concerned about the shrinking civic space.
As we approach another general election, the utmost thing of worry is that such appeasement will only intensify.
The question is whether the AL, as a ruling party, is capable of countering the opposition camp’s campaign and preparing for the upcoming election at the same time, with its old faithfuls.
The ruling Awami League is all set to hold its 22nd triennial national council on December 24 with only one thing certain: Sheikh Hasina, who has been leading the party since 1981 after she returned home from a long exile, will be reelected as the AL president for the 10th time.
The ruling party is trying to fend off a persistent BNP campaign that, for the first time in many years, has managed to gain some public sympathy.
At no other point in human history has a cause proved more urgent than tackling climate change.
On Thursday, Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina emphasised the importance of finding the best ways to guarantee the nation's digital security and raising people's awareness of it as the world grows more complex with the introduction of newer technologies at her official Ganabhaban residence, speaking to the National Digital Security Council.
Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has said people have every right to cast their vote only during the regime of Awami League government.
The Washington Post, the leading US daily newspaper, has highly lauded Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina's strong leadership on the world stage alongside Bangladesh's tremendous progress of women, and achievements in education and poverty reduction.
Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has said that Bangladesh's media has the freedom to say whatever they wish and added that the number of media houses have grown during her tenure.
A country of fertile, densely populated deltas, low-lying Bangladesh is among the most vulnerable nations in the world to climate change.
Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina is scheduled to visit her ancestral house at Tungipara of Gopalganj with her family members tomorrow by road crossing the Padma bridge.
Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina today greeted all who were involved in the implementation of the Padma Bridge project as the bridge will be inaugurated tomorrow.
Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina will inaugurate Padma Bridge (North) Police Station and Padma Bridge (South) Police Station tomorrow – aiming to ensure the safety and security on Padma Multipurpose Bridge.