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Bangladeshi hill region turns into ‘death valley’: Tribesmen accuse Santu Larma

Bangladeshi hill region turns into ‘death valley’: Tribesmen accuse Santu Larma

Bangladesh’s much talked about Chittagong Hill Tract peace treaty signed in 1997 between the then government of Sheikh Hasina and Parbatya Chattagram Jana Sanghati Samity (PCJSS) led by Santu Larma have been failing to bring peace in the hills. Apart from the conflict between the Hillmen and the settler Bengali community over land rights, the […]

Bangladesh opposition wants dialogue for restoration of caretaker system

Bangladesh opposition wants dialogue for restoration of caretaker system

In medical science, BNP (B-type natriuretic peptide) is a simple, safe blood test that can help doctors evaluate cardiac function. Natriuretic peptides are part of the body’s natural defense mechanisms designed to protect the heart from stress and play an important role in regulating blood circulation. Cardiologists are exploring the role of BNP in coronary […]

Bangladesh politics sliding down to violent course

Bangladesh politics sliding down to violent course

Dhaka–The killers are unleashed on street amidst political confrontations leading to large scale violence, arson, firing and killing. The political situation suddenly turned violent last week with the opposition enforcing a country-wide road blockade followed by a full-day and a subsequent half-day shutdown throughout the country. Things could have been largely peaceful if the ruling […]

Jamaat makes a history by enforcing a countrywide hartal

Islamist party fights on then street Bangladesh Jamaat-e-Islami, a registered political party having its representation in the national parliament, has successfully undergone the field trial of its strength as a democratic party by enforcing a country-wide general strike on Tuesday. It also recorded a history by calling alone a nation-wide general strike for the first time […]

Garments tragedy raises many questions about workers’ safety in Bangladesh

Garments tragedy raises many questions about workers’ safety in Bangladesh

A national mourning and sabotage allegation can not hide sheer negligence behind the latest and the biggest ever garments tragedy in Bangladesh that left at least 110 workers roasted alive on Saturday. The National Mourning Day was observed on Tuesday over the casualties in Ashulia garment factory fire. The national flag was hoisted half-mast at […]

Bangladesh Islamist party fights street battle

Bangladesh Islamist party fights street battle

Dhaka–With  their  nine  top leaders  facing  trial  for  crime  committed during 1971,  leaving  their party office  under virtual siege for  last 18 months  and  about 18,000 party leaders and workers  in  prison facing  almost 16,000  cases  filed  during the present regime, Bangladesh  Jamaat-e-Islam  have  finally  decided  to fight  back alone on  the street. After  the […]

Bangladeshi journalist community threatens tougher movement

Bangladeshi journalist community threatens tougher movement

The country’s journalist community has threatened to paralyze the capital if the killers of journalist couple Sagar Sarowar and Meherun Runi are not arrested within October 10, the deadline set by the new Home Minister Mohiuddin Khan Alamgir. Bangladesh Federal Union of Journalists President Iqbal Sobhan Chowdhury announced the plan from a rally in front […]

Bangladesh celebrates centenary of Indian films

Bangladesh celebrates centenary of Indian films

DHAKA – Bangladesh is celebrating the 100 years anniversary of Indian Films with a view to consolidating the bond of friendship between the two neighbouring countries. Indian cinema turns 100 on 21 April 2013. On 3 May, 1913, the legendary Dada Saheb Phalke, the father of Indian Cinema, released his feature film “Raja Harishchandra,” a story […]

Humanitarian aids for Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh feared to be cut

Humanitarian aids for Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh feared to be cut

The UN as well as the US government, in separate statements have expressed their concern with Bangladesh government’s decision banning three foreign NGOs helping the Rohingya refugees sheltered in Cox’s Bazaar. Bangladesh government has also been requested to review their decision and allow humanitarian help to the refugees who came to Bangladesh across the border […]

Warmer politics expected in Bangladesh after Eid festival

DHAKA – Bangladesh politics is likely to get warmer by September after the Eid-ul-fitr, the greatest festival in the Muslim majority country. As the opposition is planning for tougher political campaign, the government is trying to get the house in order amidst wide charges of corruption allegations, and the task of pursuing the war crime trial […]

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