Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina is poised to win a record fourth term in Sunday’s elections, drumming up support by promising a development bonanza as her critics question if the South Asian nation’s tremendous economic success
Last week, from December 2 to 8, 2018; Kathmandu hosted the 7th International Conference of International Society of Obstetric Fistula Surgeons (ISOFS). The conference was jointly hosted by USAID, Fistula Care Plus Project of EngenderHealth Inc.
The Toronto declaration made on August 21, 1971 that voiced against Pakistani atrocities globally stands as yet another written proof that Pakistan is telling an unconcealed lie shamelessly by denying committing war crimes during Bangladesh’s
"Three Novels: Taliban, Freedom Struggles and a Flatterer" by popular Bangladeshi author and also a renowned journalist, Mostofa Kamal, has recently been published. The paperback is a collection of the writer's three magnetic Bangla
Hanif Sanket, the host and director for the most popular TV show 'ITYADI' is well-known both at home and abroad. 'ITYADI' airs only on BTV & BTV World. According to a BBC survey in 2011, BTV had a 58 percent viewership of the
In the year 1996, we just promoted to class five. A new class, a bunch of unknown teachers and a new atmosphere which was not familiar to us. We felt a bit uncomfortable but found a very friendly class teacher in our very first class.
Najmun Nahar is the first woman traveller who has created an unprecedented history through her journey. She is travelling all over the world as the herald of peace holding a flag of Bangladesh. In 2000, her maiden world tour started through a
Handicapped Development Welfare Association observed the day of Rabindranath Tagore's 157 birth anniversary at Ahindra Mancha Kolkata recently, where noted actress Rituparna Sengupta graced the occasion along with some other renowned artists.
Bangladeshi traveller Kazi Asma Azmery is set to complete her mission of visiting 100 countries around the world. She is now staying in Dagestan while her journey has been started with visiting Thailand in 2007. The enthusiastic and energetic
A Three-time Guinness World Record holding percussionist is from Chittagong, Bangladesh. Yes, you read right! He is Pandit Sudarshan Das, of Bangladeshi origin British Tabla player. He is the Principle of 'Tabla and Dhol Academy' in East
"Three Novels: Taliban, Freedom Struggles and a Flatterer" by popular Bangladeshi author and also a renowned journalist, Mostofa Kamal, has been released in Amazon. The paperback is a collection of the writer's three magnetic
The Awami League has brought together the overall preparation for the upcoming eleventh parliamentary elections slated to be held by the last week of December this year. The party policymakers have reportedly finalized the size of the poll-time
Bangladesh has topped the list of countries that saw the quickest growth in the number of ultra-wealthy people between 2012 and 2017, the World Ultra Wealth Report 2018 shows. According to new research from Wealth-X, the population of
‘’WHO (World Health Organization) revealed that in Bangladesh the number of death is 21,000 per year by road accidents. I think the number is actually more, however, even a single death is serious’’, said Ratanawadee Winther,
Undergarments, especially bras are just the part of your attire, said Bangladeshi-born Ireland beauty queen Maksuda Akhter Prioty. She stated: "We don't wear undergarments in order to hide any specific part of our body, rather we wear
On the 28th of January this year Becky Horsbrugh became the first British citizen to swim the 16km Bangla Channel from Teknaf to St. Martin’s Island, in just 4.45 hours. Back home in London, Becky works as a freelance TV and print journalist
This month marks one year since the start of what has been called "textbook ethnic cleansing" against the Rohingya in Myanmar, which forced 700,000 members of the minority group to flee into Bangladesh. According to refugee advocacy
Driven from Myanmar over decades, Rohingya Muslims have been labelled the most persecuted people on earth. But resilience and ingenuity have led members of the stateless community to carve out new lives -- everywhere from refugee camps in Bangladesh