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Covid-19: 30 die, 1,272 new cases registered across Bangladesh in 24 hours

Have friends, no foreign masters: Obaidul Quader on government

Coronavirus: National Advisory Committee suggests opening factories in phases

ADP worth Tk 2,37,000 approved by NEC

Corona-damaged projects must be completed with highest priority: PM Hasina

The gap between Bangladesh and Pakistan in women's rights is wide

Dhaka, April 9: Women in different parts of the world are still fighting for basic rights and equality. But that fight is not the same everywhere. For example, the gap between women's rights in Bangladesh and Pakistan, two countries in South Asia, is quite wide.

Sheikh Hasina becomes President of D-8

Dhaka, April 9: Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has taken over the chairmanship of the 10th Summit of the Alliance of Developing Countries D-8. She will hold the post for the next two years. At a meeting of the coalition on Thursday (April 8th), Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina took over from Recep Tayyip Erdogan, President of Turkey and current President of the organization.

Prime Minister Hasina emphasises the importance of four issues at D-8 Conference

Dhaka, April 8: The 10th conference of the D8 nations have started on Thursday. Though Bangladesh was suppose to host it, the meeting is taking place virtually due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.

Genocide of 1971: Nuzhat Choudhury demands trial of Pakistan

New Delhi: Bangladesh's martyr-intellectual Alim Chowdhury's daughter Nuzhat Chowdhury has joined an international platform to demand a trial for the Pakistani Army and government for the 1971 genocide.

Pakistan is helping IS: Hindu Parishad alleges

Dhaka, January 8: Leaders of the Bangladesh Hindu Parishad have accused Pakistan of trying to create a militant state around the world with the help of the Islamic State (IS).

Bangladesh asks Pakistan to apologise for the 1971 Genocide

Dhaka, January 8: Bangladesh has called on Pakistan to formally apologize for the 1971 Genocide. State Minister for Foreign Affairs Shahriar Alam made the remarks during a meeting with Imran Ahmed Siddiqui, Pakistan's new ambassador to Dhaka, on Thursday (January 7).

Dhaka witnesses protest against Karima Baloch's death

Dhaka, December 29: Members of Bangladesh Muktijuddho Mancha on Sunday protested in Dhaka on Sunday against the death of activist Karima Baloch in Canada recently.

Bangladeshis imprisoned in Pakistan return home

Dhaka, December 25, 2020: Eight Bangladeshis have returned home after spending a year and a half in the Landy Jail in Karachi, Pakistan.

India backs Sheikh Hasina's recent remarks on Pakistan

New Delhi: India seemed to have backed Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina's recent remarks that her country cannot forget Pakistan's atrocities  during the 1971 liberation war.

1971 war crimes: Pakistan should apologize to Bangladeshis

Dhaka, December 16: A reference to the Hamood ur Rehman Commission Report on 1971 genocide establishes the fact that Pakistan should immediately apologise to Bangladeshi people for the war crimes.

Several bicycle rallies held across country to highlight 1971 Pakistan genocide

Dhaka, December 16: A bicycle rally was organized on Monday by Bharat-Bangladesh Sampreeti Sangsad from Niketon (Hatirjheel) to Gulshan Avenue areas in Bangladesh capital Dhaka city, demanding justice for Pakistan conspiracy to eliminate Bengali intellectuals in 1971.

Genocide: Protesters gherao Pakistan embassy, demands apology

Dhaka, December 15: Protesters of an organisation gheraod the Pakistani embassy and issued a memorandum demanding an apology from the country to Bangladesh for the genocide and intellectual killings of 1971. Bangladesh Muktiyuddha Mancha held a rally at the foot of the Raju sculpture of Dhaka University on Saturday afternoon demanding the same.

Bangladesh hasn't forgotten Pakistan's atrocities: PM Hasina tells High Commissioner

Dhaka, December 4: Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has said Bangladesh cannot forget the atrocities committed by Pakistan in 1971. "The events of 1971 cannot be forgotten," he said. That wound will remain forever, ”a press release from the press wing of the Prime Minister’s Office said.

Arrest of Nawaz Sharif's son-in-law Safdar sparks bitter conflict between Pakistan Army and Sindh Police; Bajwa orders probe

Karachi: The arrest of ex-prime minister Nawaz Sharif's son-in-law, Capt (retd) Muhammad Safdar, has triggered a bitter conflict between Pakistan Army and the Sindh Police, heightening the political tension buiding up in the nation ever since the opposition alliance displayed their strength against the Imran Khan government with two massive rallies.

বাংলাদেশের প্রশংসায় পাকিস্তানের গণমাধ্যম

নিজস্ব প্রতিনিধি, ঢাকা, ১৪ সেপ্টেম্বর ২০২০ : বাংলাদেশের অর্থনীতির উন্নয়নের সঙ্গে পাকিস্তানের অর্থনীতির তুলনা করে সম্প্রতি বিশ্লেষণধর্মী একটি নিবন্ধ প্রকাশ করেছে পাকিস্তানের ইংরেজি ‘দৈনিক দ্য নিউজ ইন্টারন্যাশনাল’। এতে ভূয়সী প্রশংসা করা হয়েছে বাংলাদেশের সমাজব্যবস্থা ও অর্থনীতির।