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  • Madness for money a disease

    Terming the trend of making money illegally “a disease”, Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina yesterday warned that her government would not allow anybody to lead a lavish life with stolen money.

  • Don’t try to cash in on Bhola incident

    Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina yesterday urged all to have patience and warned that those trying to take advantage of the Bhola incident will be punished.

  • Don’t waste water

    Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina yesterday urged city dwellers to exercise austerity while using water since a significant amount of money is spent on water treatment.

  • Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina opens the 3rd national council of Swechchhasebak League

    Search all university dorms

    Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina yesterday said directives would be given to conduct searches at all educational institutions and dormitories to arrest goons to stop the recurrence of incidents like the murder of Buet student Abrar Farhad.

  • Festivals are for all: PM

    The people of Bangladesh have learnt to move forward upholding its non-communal spirit, and it is a big achievement for the country, Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina said yesterday.

  • Hasina my inspiration

    Indian National Congress General Secretary Priyanka Gandhi yesterday said Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina was a great inspiration for her for the way Hasina overcame personal loss and fought for what she believed in.

  • Feni water given; wait on for Teesta

    With Dhaka eagerly waiting for the signing of the Teesta water-sharing deal, Bangladesh and India yesterday signed an MoU allowing India to take 1.82 cusec water from the Feni river.

  • PM urges India-Bangladesh businessmen to work for mutual benefits

    Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina urges India-Bangladesh businessmen to work for mutual benefits and make the region more prosperous, saying the two neighbouring countries are enjoying the best ever relations as she addressed the India-Bangladesh Business Forum (IBBF).

  • PM leaves for Delhi tomorrow

    The Rohingya crisis, water-sharing of 54 common rivers and the National Register of Citizens of India will feature prominently in talks during Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina’s four-day visit to Delhi starting tomorrow.

  • Rohingya Crisis: It’s becoming a regional threat

    Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has placed a four-point proposal at the 74th UN General Assembly to resolve the Rohingya crisis which she says is becoming a regional threat.

  • Bangladesh need not worry about NRC

    Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi yesterday assured his Bangladesh counterpart Sheikh Hasina that the National Register of Citizens (NRC) in India would have no impact on Bangladesh and there was no need to be worried about it.

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    PM receives treatment like a general patient

    Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina receives treatment like a general patient from the National Institute of Ophthalmology and Hospital at Agargaon in Dhaka.

  • Biman dreams big with third Dreamliner

    Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina yesterday said the induction of the third Boeing 787-8 Dreamliner into the Biman fleet would enhance its capacity to operate flights to new destinations.

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    Govt to work for development of medical science: PM

    Putting emphasis on advancing the country’s medical science further, Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has said her government will do whatever is necessary to develop the field.

  • PM returns home after 20 days

    Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina returned home yesterday morning from London, wrapping up her official visit to the United Kingdom.

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    PM to visit India in October

    Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina will visit India in October to further bilateral relations between the two friendly neighbours.

  • Hosting 1.1m Rohingyas a big burden

    Mentioning that hosting over 1.1 million Rohingyas is a big burden for Bangladesh, Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has said it wants to resolve the Rohingya crisis through discussions with Myanmar.

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    Won’t stand corruption

    Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has asked the top government officials to keep more vigil on corruption so that this menace does not affect the country’s development in any way.

  • AL is not neglecting people

    Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has said the Awami League government is not running the country by neglecting the people, rather it is working for their welfare by staying beside them in their good and bad times.

  • Solving Rohingya Crisis: China to press Myanmar

    Chinese Prime Minister Li Keqiang yesterday assured that China would persuade Myanmar to resolve the Rohingya crisis through bilateral discussions.

  • PM’s China Visit: Dhaka wants stronger role of Beijing on Rohingya

    Dhaka is expecting Beijing, a close ally of Myanmar, to play a more effective role in addressing the Rohingya crisis as Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina visits China from July 1-5.

  • Plant trees, save environment

    Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina yesterday urged all to plant and nurture saplings in their respective workplaces and houses in an attempt to protect the environment.

  • Money in banks not for looting: PM

    Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has said there is enough money in banks but that’s not for looting.

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    PM’s China Visit: $2.37b loan deals likely for power sector

    Dhaka will sign two agreements with Beijing to borrow $2.37 billion for two power projects during Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina’s four-day China visit from July 1, finance ministry officials said yesterday.

  • A budget for public welfare: PM Hasina

    She has underscored the need for reform in the country's financial sector and warned of taking stern action against wilful loan defaulters.

  • Hasina seeks OIC support to launch Rohingya case at ICJ

    Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has sought support from the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) member states to launch the Rohingya case at International Court of Justice (ICJ) with voluntary funding and technical help to ensure the legal rights of Rohingyas and address the question of accountability and justice.

  • Keep your families with you in districts

    Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina yesterday again directed deputy commissioners (DCs) to stay in their official residences with their families.

  • 15th founding anniversary of Rapid Action Battalion

    Make sure no innocent harassed

    Stressing the importance of upholding human rights in enforcing laws, Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina yesterday asked the Rab members to be careful so that people are not unnecessarily harassed while taking actions against criminals.

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    PM wins ‘Lifetime Contribution for Women Empowerment Award’

    Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina is awarded ‘Lifetime Contribution for Women Empowerment Award’ on the premises of City Cube-ITB in Berlin on March 7 on the occasion of International Women’s Day.

  • Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina says about Bank loan interest rate

    BNP out to make JS polls questionable

    Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has said the BNP had an evil intention to make the December 30 general election questionable and it is still trying to do so.

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