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Women elected speaker of Bangladesh's parliament Shirin Sharmin Chowdhury has close links with the governing Awami League party Bangladesh's parliament has for the first time elected a woman, Shirin Sharmin Chowdhury, as speaker. Mrs Chowdhury is a
Authorities fear more people may be trapped inside the ruins of the commercial building, the agency Bangladesh Sangbad Sangstha reported.
Bangladesh's Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina will open the conference and Mary Robinson, the former President of Ireland, will give the keynote speech in the closing session. Today's story is about Bangladesh being one of the most adaptive countries...
The Lahore High Court chief justice on Tuesday dismissed a petition challenging the appointment of caretaker prime minister and Punjab chief minister by declaring it not-maintainable. The chief justice observed that these appointments were made
Acting president Abdul Hamid and Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina placed floral wreaths at the National Martyrs Memorial in Savar on the occasion of the nation's 43rd Independence Day. The floral wreaths were placed at the base of the memorial at around
The provinces and the federal government would share election expenses, Finance Minister Saleem H...Talking to reporters in his office, he said the four provincial governments had agreed to make contributions according to their shares in the seventh
Giving a further boost to the bilateral ties, India is set to speed up the process of resolving the land boundary issue with Bangladesh when External Affairs Minister Salman Khurshid begins a two-day visit to Dhaka from tomorrow. Khurshid and his
The visit to Bangladesh was aimed at strengthening investments and bilateral trade and establishing joint projects in maritime shipping, ports management, logistics and other investments. During her meeting with Hasina, Sheikha Lubna emphasised on
Dhaka, Dec 18 (bdnews24.com)-The Bangladesh Public Service Commission (PSC) on Tuesday said that it will not reschedule the compulsory and written examinations of the 33rd Bangladesh Civil Service (BCS), scheduled to start from Wednesday, despite a
Dhaka, Dec 12 (bdnews24.com) BNP Standing Committee member Tariqul Islam on Wednesday asked the ruling government to brace for a 'people's curfew' instead of issuing 'warnings of arrest' to party leaders. At a press briefing in Paltan party