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Registration to be launched next month to restore trust in E-Commerce

Momen-Miller meeting emphasizes human rights and the rule of law

Today is Shaheed Asad Day

Kazi Anwar Hossain, famous for 'Masud Rana Series' passes away

9,500 test positive for Covid-19, 12 die in a day across Bangladesh

Prime Minister Hasina calls for holding back honour

Dhaka, January 19: Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has called on cadets to hold on to the honour the country has received by winning the Liberation War.

Prime Minister pledges zero tolerance policy against militancy and terrorism

Own Correspondent, Dhaka, December 17: Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has reiterated her government's stance on 'zero tolerance' policy against militancy, terrorism and drugs, saying their goal is to build a prosperous and golden Bangladesh of Father of the Nation's dream by ensuring peace and security of the people.

Golden jubilee of the Great Victory celebrated in Bangladesh

Own Correspondent, Dhaka, December 17: The entire nation on Thursday, December 16, commemorated the heroic children on the golden jubilee of the Bengalis' victory in the war of liberation, whose bloodshed ended two decades of Pakistani rule and raised independent Bangladesh on the world map.

Victory Day: President-Prime Minister pay homage at the memorial with a limited number of people

Dhaka, December 16: President Md. Abdul Hamid and Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina paid their respects at the National Memorial on Victory Day with a limited number of people due to the coronavirus pandemic. No one was present at the National Memorial in Savar except the designated person during the wreath-laying ceremony of the President-Prime Minister.

Country to observe 50th anniversary of Victory Day today

Dhaka, December 16: Bangladesh will observe the great Victory Day or Bijoy Dibos today, an unforgettable glorious day of heroism in the Bengali nation. It led to the formation of an independent territory called Bangladesh on the map of the world.

Bangladesh observes Intellectual Martyr’s Day

Dhaka, December 15: On the occasion of the Intellectual Martyr’s Day or Black Day in the history of Bangladesh, different political, social, cultural and prominent groups recalled with horror and shame, the systemic and targeted genocide by the Pakistan Army of the best and brightest minds of Bangladesh.

Nation observes Martyred Intellectuals' Day with due respect

Own Correspondent, Dhaka, 15 December 2021: The nation observed the Martyred Intellectuals' Day paying glowing tributes to the intellectuals who were brutally murdered by the Pakistani occupation forces and their local collaborators at the fag-end of the country's Liberation War in 1971.

HC rules to include independence proclamation in textbooks

Own Correspondent, Dhaka, December 14: The High Court (HC) issued a rule asking authorities concerned to explain as to why it shall not pass order to include proclamation of independence in textbooks of all educational institutions. A High Court division bench comprising Justice M Enayetur Rahim and Justice Md Mostafizur Rahman passed the order on  Monday, also asking to form an expert committee in this regard.

Mirpur Memorial is ready to pay homage to the martyred intellectuals of the country

Own representative, Dhaka, 13 December 2021: 14 December, the sad day of the Bengali nation. The country's best intellectuals were brutally slaughtered on this very day just before the victory in the war of liberation with Pakistan in 1971. To commemorate that day of mourning, the Bengali nation has been observing Martyred Intellectuals Day on 14th December every year. On this day, the Martyred Intellectuals are honored with flowers on the blood red altar of the memorial.

Genocide: Remains found now at the Liberation War Research Center

Own correspondent, Dhaka, 11 December: Massacre took place on 20 August 1971 in Laxmipur village of Atgharia upazila of Pabna. Twenty-six Hindus and two Muslims were brutally killed by make them stand in a line. A month ago, the Department of Public Works started the construction of a memorial at the massacre site in Laxmipur. During the excavation, the remains of several victims were found. In order to keep them in the museum of the Liberation War in the appropriate process the remains was handed over to Project Director of the Research Center for Genocide-Torture and Liberation War, Professor Muntasir Mamun.

Bangladesh-India celebrate Friendship Day

Dhaka, December 6: Bangladesh and India have completed preparations for grand celebration of Friendship Day/Moitree Dibosh on Dec 6, the historic day when India, as the second country, recognized Bangladesh as a sovereign and independent state in 1971 after Bhutan.

Bangladesh-India Friendship Day is being celebrated in 18 countries today

Own representative, Dhaka, 6 December: 50 years of Bangladesh-India relations are going to be celebrated this year. On this occasion, the two countries are jointly celebrating Friendship Day on Monday (December 6). Apart from Dhaka and Delhi, Bangladesh-India Friendship Day is being celebrated in 18 countries of the world.

Bangladesh-India to jointly celebrate Maitri Diwas on December 6

Dhaka, December 3: Bangladesh and India will jointly commemorate December 6 as Maitri Diwas, according to New Delhi.

Country observes Bir Shrestha Matiur Rahman's birth anniversary

Dhaka, october 29: Today is the birthday of Bir Shrestha Matiur Rahman. He was born on 29 October 1941 in old Dhaka to Maulvi Abdus Samad and his wife Syeda Mubarakunnesa Khatun. He was awarded the highest national title 'Bir Shrestha' for his immense bravery in the war of liberation.

Liberation War: International Criminal Tribunal finalises report of human rights violation against four in Satkhira

Dhaka, October 25: The International Criminal Tribunal (ICT) has finalized an investigation report against four people in Kaliganj upazila of Satkhira on charges of murder, genocide, torture, arson and looting during the war of liberation.