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President seeks active media role for democratic continuity

President  Abdul Hamid on Sunday urged mass media to play more active role to continue country’s democracy, constitutional trend and national development through objective journalism. He said that freedom of press, access to the information and people’s empowerment are interrelated with one another. Independent and free mass-media can integrate the democracy ··· more  

UK lifts ban on air cargo flights from Dhaka

Finally after two years, the United Kingdom government withdrew the ··· more  

Immediate Rohingya repatriation ‘unlikely’

The repatriation of Rohingyas living in Bangladesh may take further ··· more  

Bangladesh hands over list of 8,032 Rohingyas to Myanmar

Bangladesh has handed over a list of 1673 families of ··· more  

Bangladesh urged to facilitate necessary conditions for inclusive polls

An European Parliamentary delegation on Wednesday hoped that political environment ··· more  

Corrupt people must face trial: PM

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has said the trial of those ··· more  

Khaleda's participation in poll depends on Constitution, laws: EC

Election Commission (EC) Acting Secretary Helal Uddin Ahmed on Wednesday ··· more  

PM asks IFAD to boost rural economy to fight poverty

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina today said enhanced investment in rural ··· more  

Donors losing interest in providing food for Rohingays: WFP ED

Executive Director of World Food Programme (WFP) David Beasley has ··· more  

PM Sheikh Hasina to meet Pope today

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina will visit Vatican City to meet ··· more  

Johnson hears harrowing tales at Rohingya camps

British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson on Saturday visited refugee camps ··· more  

Boris Jhonson calls on PM Sheikh Hasina

British Secretary of State of Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs Boris ··· more  

BNP chairperson Khaleda Zia jailed for 5yrs

Amid heightening tensions and various speculations, a special court here ··· more  
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