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A Vulture-Toxic Drug Still Being Prescribed in Pharmacies Across India: Researchers

More than a decade after being banned, a vulture-toxic drug is still being prescribed in pharmacies across India, according to an undercover investigation led...

Need for International Cooperation to Protect Education in Every Situation: Bangladesh PM

By Sumi Khan Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has called for a concerted global action to ensure a safe and secure environment for students during...

Bangladesh PM Urges Countries To Increase Contributions To Fight Climate Change

Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has urged all the countries to increase their "determined contributions" to combat the climate change menace and execute the...

In Early 1990s, Hero Couldn’t Dream of Doing Anything Negative: Chunky Panday

Actor Chunky Panday says it was all about heroes doing the right thing on screen when he ventured into Bollywood in the eighties. Far from...

Nearly 70% Migrants Returning to Bangladesh From Abroad Stay Unemployed: Survey

By Sumi Khan Nearly 70 per cent of surveyed migrants who returned to Bangladesh from abroad between February and June 2020 are still unemployed, said...

The Horrific Tales Of Ethnic Cleansing Of Bangladeshi Hindus

By NewsGram Desk This is apparently a globalized world where illegal Rohingya refugees are revered and garlanded, the innocent Bangladeshi Hindus cruelly treated with inhumanity. International...

What Difference Between Chinese Domination and American Domination?

By N.S. Venkataraman Chinese government has not left anybody in doubt, about it’s ambitious target of dominating the world at any cost. Chinese government has...

Eight More COVID-19 Deaths Reported from Bangladesh, Cases Tally Over 7,000

Bangladesh on Wednesday registered eight more deaths from the novel coronavirus in the last 24 hours, taking the toll in the country to 163. The...

UN Appeals to Aid Rohingya Refugees in Bangladesh

By Lisa Schlein The U.N. refugee and migration agencies are jointly appealing for $877 million to aid 855,000 Rohingya refugees, most of whom fled violence and...

Here’s How Informal Education Is Helping Rohingya Refugee Children

By Tahira Kibria, Rikar Hussein Dozens of sprawling informal education centers across refugee camps in Bangladesh’s Cox’s Bazar are providing a glimmer of hope for thousands of...

Bangladesh Court Imposes Ban on Single-Use Plastic Products Across The Country

A Bangladesh court on Tuesday asked the government to ban single-use plastic products across the country within the next one year. The High Court bench...

This Hindu Ideologue Wants India to Divide Bangladesh into Two, Names New Country as ‘BangBhumi’ for Hindus

By Vaishali Aggarwal We often see people initiating debates on topics promoting political interests, but very few are there who can prove their point in...

Huawei all set for 5G Technical Support in Bangladesh: Report

China's telecommunication giant Huawei is all set to facilitate Bangladesh with technical support in the implementation of 5G technology, an official statement said here...

Bangladesh on The Verge of a Carbon Catastrophe

When the rest of the world is switching to renewable energy, Bangladesh is on the verge of a carbon catastrophe with a large number...

India’s Ties with Bangladesh at their Peak

Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina returned to Dhaka from a successful four-day visit to India last week having concluded seven agreements. But the agreements...

India and Bangladesh Hails Bilateral Ties between Two Countries

In a joint statement issued on Saturday, India and Bangladesh hailed the bilateral ties between the two countries, as they signed seven agreements including...

Dengue Outbreak Breaks Record in Bangladesh, Hospitals Struggle to Find Space for Patients

In one of the worst outbreak of dengue in Bangladesh, over 1,000 people, majority of them children, have been diagnosed with the disease in...

Bangladesh Invents Plastic Bag Alternative; Launches Green Throw-Away Bags

As countries around the world try to cut down on throw-away plastic shopping bags, Bangladesh is hoping to cash in on an alternative: plastic-like...

Bangladesh Turns to Fill Ever-Growing Gap Between Energy Consumption and Supply by FDI

Bangladesh has long struggled with power outages, with the nation experiencing its worst electricity crises in 2008 and 2009. Reports said one blackout, in...

Bangladesh’s Second Nuclear Plant, Chinese Companies Look Up For The Contract

Three Chinese companies have started lobbying Bangladesh for a contract to build the nation’s second nuclear power plant, officials said, as the government pushed...

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