Prime Minister Hasina emphasizes the importance of Bangladesh-Vietnam economic co-operation
No one in the country goes a day without eating: Obaidul Quader
False reporting: Journalist Shamsuzzaman jailed
Actress Mahiya Mahi welcomes baby boy
Bangabandhu's family goes into hiding
President visits Mithamain Cantonment
Dhaka, February 18: President Md. Abdul Hamid inspected the construction progress of the newly built cantonment at Mithamain in Kishoreganj. On Friday, he visited the construction work of 'Mithamain Cantonment'. Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina is expected to inaugurate this cantonment on February 28.
President performed his duties efficiently: PM
Dhaka, February 9: President Md. Abdul Hamid is a lively man. He was successful as president. He performed his duties efficiently. Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina said these while participating in the discussion of the motion of thanks on the speech given by President Md. Abdul Hamid in the National Parliament on Wednesday.
President and PM mourn the loss of lives in Turkey-Syria earthquake
Dhaka, February 7: President Md. Abdul Hamid and Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina have expressed grief over the death of many people in the terrible earthquake in Turkey and Syria. In separate condolence messages on Monday, the President and the Prime Minister prayed for the bereavement of the souls of the victims and expressed their deepest condolences to the bereaved families.
Prime Minister meets with President
Dhaka, February 2: Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina paid a courtesy call on President Md. Abdul Hamid.
Presidential election on February 19
Dhaka, January 26: The 22nd presidential election of the country will be held on February 19. On that day, voting will continue from 2 pm to 5 pm in the parliamentary chamber of the Jatiya Sangsad.
Mass Uprising Day today
Dhaka, January 24: One of the main milestones of the independence movement of the Bengali nation was the historical Mass Uprising Day of 1969, which took place on this day (January 24). This mass uprising took place in the context of the famous six-point programme of the nation's liberation charter and later the 11-point programme given by the student society on behalf of the liberating oppressed people.
President exchanges greetings with journalists working in Parliament
Dhaka, Jan 6: President Md. Abdul Hamid greeted and exchanged views with the journalists working in the National Parliament. On Thursday (January 5), he exchanged views in the press lounge of the National Parliament. It was his last visit to Parliament as President.
Crossing a critical juncture in national life: President in Parliament
Dhaka, Jan 6: President Md. Abdul Hamid said, we are crossing an important juncture in national life. 2022 was a challenging year for us. The whole world is going through this difficult time.
Presidential election on schedule, no plan to amend Constitution: Law Minister
Dhaka, Jan 5: Law Minister Anisul Huq said that the President will be elected at the appointed time.
21st session of Parliament sitting today
Dhaka, Jan 5: The 21st session of the 11th National Parliament and the first session of the year begins today Thursday (January 5).
President, Prime Minister pay tribute to martyred intellectuals
Dhaka, December 14: President Abdul Hamid and Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina paid tribute to the best children of the nation at the Martyred Intellectual Memorial in Mirpur.
New Indian High Commissioner presents identity card to President
Own Correspondent, Dhaka, Oct 28: Newly appointed High Commissioner of India to Bangladesh, Pranay Verma, presented his identity card to President Md. Abdul Hamid.
Communal harmony is the eternal tradition of Bengalis: President
Own Correspondent, Dhaka, Oct 6: President Md. Abdul Hamid urged everyone to be vigilant so that no person or group can mislead the people by using religion for their nefarious interests.
Outgoing IGP meets President
Own Correspondent, Dhaka, Sept 30: Bangladesh Police's Inspector General (IGP) Dr. Benazir Ahmed had a farewell meeting with President Md. Abdul Hamid.
President urges to discard foreign unnecessary, bad culture
Own Correspondent, Dhaka, Sept 23: President Md. Abdul Hamid has urged the people, especially the youth, of the nation to discard foreign unnecessary and bad cultures.