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Leaders under 'US Visa ban' will get Awami League nomination in upcoming polls

PM will cross Padma Setu by train to join public meeting in Faridpur

Never went to USA, will not go in future: Outgoing Chief Justice

Ananta Jalil-Barsha celebrate 12th marriage anniversary

Foreign Minister calls upon expatriates to stop misinformation about Bangladesh

The country was in the grip of recession during BNP's tenure: Prime Minister

Own correspondent, Dhaka, 13 September 2023: Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina said that Awami League formed the government in 1996. "We continued to take Bangladesh forward with deliberate and planning. Bangladesh started to turn around. But after the BNP-Jamaat came to power in 2001, all the development work stopped. The five years of BNP-Jamaat and the subsequent years of the military government, the economy of Bangladesh was in the grip of recession."

PM wants to continue Bangladesh's development

Dhaka, August 21: Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has said that her government wants Bangladesh's development and prosperity to continue.

We won't tolerate arson, destruction: Prime Minister Hasina

Own Correspondent, Dhaka, 31 July 2023: Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina said, "Don't be afraid if you see a little movement and struggle. There is nothing to be afraid of. The people are with us. We will not tolerate arson and destruction. It can never be accepted." She also said, "We have no objection to whatever the movement, struggle does. We will not let anyone else play with the fate of the people of the country."

Awami League is needed to develop Bangladesh: Prime Minister

Dhaka, June 26: Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina said that Awami League is needed for the country's progress.

Understanding the reasons for Bangladesh’s rise

Dhaka, June 19: Fourteen years in power is quite an achievement for the leader of any country and Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has to her credit the fact of taking Bangladesh to new heights of development. This is no mean achievement, given Bangladesh’s historic battle with underdevelopment. What changed the fortunes of the people of the country was the focus on poverty reduction and development by the Awami League government. Due to this policy track, Bangladesh is on track to graduate from the UN’s Least Developed Countries (LDC) list by 2026 to a middle-income country. The defining moment in Bangladesh’s existence as a nation came in 2022, when its per capita GDP overtook India. The per capita income of Bangladesh in 1987 was half that of Pakistan, and in 2007 it was two-thirds that of India. There is no doubt that Bangladesh has emerged as the Asian Tiger and the World Bank recognised this remarkable story of poverty reduction and development in Bangladesh during ...

We want a solution through discussion, not conflict: Prime Minister

Dhaka, May 29: Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina said that Bangladesh wants to resolve any conflict through negotiation. She said, "We want peace, not conflict." She said this on Monday (May 29) at Bangabandhu International Conference Center on the occasion of 'International Peacekeeper's Day-2023', honoring the family members of officers and soldiers who were martyred in the United Nations Peacekeeping Mission and the injured.

Won't buy anything from embargoed countries: PM

Dhaka: Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has said that nothing will be bought from any country that imposes sanctions against Bangladesh.

Stable parliamentary democracy has contributed to massive development in Bangladesh: PM

Dhaka, April 8: Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina said that since 2008, Bangladesh is witnessing great development due to the continuation of parliamentary democracy and stable political environment.

Bangladesh is working as a model for the world: US official

Dhaka, 2 April 2023 : Assistant Secretary of State for Population, Refugees and Immigration Affairs of the US Department of State, Julieta Valls Noyes, said that after the 1971 liberation war, Bangladesh is working as a model for the rest of the world, currently paving the way for economic growth, inclusion and development.

Bangladesh will never look back: Sheikh Hasina

Dhaka, February 13: Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina said that Bangladesh will never look back, and it will move forward to become a smart, developed, and prosperous nation.

So much development in Bangladesh just because Awami League is in power: PM

Dhaka, January 31: Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina urged the countrymen to take into account the development that has taken place in Bangladesh in the last 14 years.

Entire Bangladesh has changed in 14 years: Minister

Dhaka, 29 January 2023 : Awami League General Secretary and Bridges Minister Obaidul Quader said that the Prime Minister's public meeting in Rajshahi will be the biggest rally in memory.

Govt is working to build a developed country by involving women: PM

Dhaka, January 23: Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina said that her government will take Bangladesh towards a developed country along with the women in the society.

Awami League has brightened the country's image in the world: PM

Dhaka, Jan 7: Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina said that Bangladesh's image in the world has become brighter and brighter in the last 14 years during the three terms of the Awami League-led government.

Finland wants to be development partner of Bangladesh

Dhaka, November 30: Bangladesh is undergoing an infrastructural transformation with the aim of emerging as a prosperous country by 2041. Where sustainable development requires modern technology, technical skills, and proper financing. Finland wants to be a partner in this development activity of Bangladesh.