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Fanciful statements by celebrities can mislead people: EC

Shahjahan Omar is not an intruder: Obaidul Quader

Chittagong Hill Tract Peace Treaty is a rare event in world history: Prime Minister

Earthquake strikes several districts including Dhaka

India has taken a stand against people in parliamentary elections: BNP

A friend of China does not need an enemy: Shahriar Kabir

Dhaka, Sept 6: A friend of China no longer needs an enemy. They never helped anyone out of self-interest. China's debt trap has left Sri Lanka and Pakistan on the brink of ruin.

China stands against interfering in any country's internal affairs: Ambassador

Dhaka, August 24: Yao Wen, the Chinese ambassador appointed in Dhaka, said that China will never interfere in any internal affairs of Bangladesh, referring to the upcoming 12th National Parliament elections as 'internal affairs of Bangladesh'.

If Awami League comes to power, development of the country will continue: PM

Dhaka, January 12: Prime Minister and Awami League President Sheikh Hasina has said that her party will continue the development of the country and serve the people if it comes to power.

Teesta Master Plan will be implemented soon: Planning Minister

Dhaka, December 29: Teesta is an important issue. The Teesta issue will come up in any discussion with India. The government has many grand plans for rivers, water, and soil. The government has already prepared several drafts to implement the Teesta Master Plan. The present government is making all efforts to implement this master plan. Planning Minister MA Mannan said these while addressing as the chief guest at the silver jubilee celebration of Mostafihat Girls High School in Lalmonirhat on Wednesday (December 28).

Rohingyas have to go back to their own country: PM to Chinese ambassador

Dhaka, December 9: Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina said that the Rohingyas have to go back to their own country. Hasina said this when outgoing Chinese Ambassador to Bangladesh Li Ziming paid a courtesy call on the Prime Minister at her official residence Ganabhaban on Thursday.

Despite repatriation agreement, not a single Rohingya returned to Myanmar: Foreign Minister

Own Correspondent, Dhaka, Oct 21: Bangladesh and Myanmar signed a repatriation agreement on November 23, 2017. But so far not a single Rohingya from Bangladesh has returned to their native Rakhine state.

Breach of diplomatic etiquette: China skips Dhaka's call over Myanmar border tensions

Dhaka: The Ministry of Foreign Affairs called the ambassadors and high commissioners of non-ASEAN countries working in Dhaka to inform them about Myanmar's military activities on the border.  However, the Chinese ambassador Li Ji Ming did not participate in it.

Six special flights to take Bangladeshi students back to China

Own Correspondent, Dhaka, Sept 12: The process of taking back Bangladeshi students stuck in the country due to the corona pandemic has started. Six chartered flights will come to take these students back to China this September and October. This information is known from the Chinese Embassy in Dhaka.

Bangladeshi students have to take permission from educational institutions to return to China

Own Correspondent, Dhaka, August 10: Due to Covid-19, many students who migrated to Bangladesh could not return to China. Recently China is giving visas to Bangladeshi students again in an agreement between the two countries. However, it has been informed that Bangladeshi students have to collect letters from Chinese educational institutions to return to China before booking tickets after receiving a Chinese visa.

Fast-growing Bangladesh refuses to become China’s lackey

Dhaka, August 9: Bangladesh continues to ride a roughshod over China’s desire to make Dhaka the next Islamabad or Colombo and milk benefits out of its strategic location in the Indian Ocean and natural resources.

Dhaka is considering joining the US-led IPEF

Own Correspondent, Dhaka, June 13: Foreign Minister Dr. AK Abdul Momen has said that Bangladesh is considering joining the US-led economic alliance Indo-Pacific Economic Framework (IPEF).

China undermines Bangladesh govt's efforts in pandemic control and development

Dhaka, June 4: Chinese Ambassador to Bangladesh Li Jiming greeted Bangladeshis on the occasion of Eid-ul-Fitr which was on May 3, 2022. Ambassador Jiming said that Bangladesh was able to successfully continue its development trend despite facing the pandemic.

Chinese construction firms’ malpractices in Bangladesh unearthed

Dhaka, May 31: The malpractices of Chinese construction companies operating in Bangladesh have often been reported in media, but seem to have failed to deter them.

Chinese companies involved in tax evasion, fraud in Bangladesh

Beijing/Dhaka: Chinese companies, already suffering from a poor image in corporate ethics, continue to violate the laws of the land in Bangladesh causing loss to the exchequer.

COVID-19 surge hits Chinese defence supplies to Bangladesh

Beijing/Dhaka, May 10: China, which deceived the world by suppressing Covid-19 casualty figures in the last two years, is hiding the agony of its people due to widespread infection in various parts of the country including big cities like Shanghai, is facing other related problems, including adverse impact on its position as an important arms exporter and supplier of defence spare parts.