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  • Gono Bhaban Access: BCL president, gen secretary’s special passes suspended

    Chhatra League President Rezwanul Haque Chowdhury Shovon and General Secretary Golam Rabbani’s special passes to the Gono Bhaban have been suspended, sources at the Gono Bhaban said.

  • PM hosts tea party for diplomats

    Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina yesterday hosted a tea party at the Gono Bhaban in honour of foreign diplomats, heads of different missions and representatives of international organisations.

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    Bikalpa Dhara to sit with AL Thursday

    Bikalpa Dhara Bangladesh (BDB) President AQM Badruddoza Chowdhury has held a meeting with Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina at Gono Bhaban.

  • We are still in movement: Fakhrul

    BNP Secretary General Mirza Fakhrul Islam Alamgir says Jatiya Oikyafront will continue movement to press home their demands including dissolution of parliament ahead of the national election.

  • The ball now in PM's court

    Leftist parties in talks with Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina last night demanded that parliament be dissolved and the election be held under a neutral caretaker government.

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

    Bangladesh favours resolving issues with neighbours thru' talks: PM

    Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina says Bangladesh always favours resolving any issue with its neighbouring countries through talks.

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    No tickets for rebel backers

    Ministers and lawmakers of ruling Awami League, who had backed AL rebels in local government elections, will not get party tickets in the upcoming general elections, said AL President Sheikh Hasina.

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    Gono Bhaban: Constable hurt in 'accidental shooting'

    A security person of the Gono Bhaban was injured early yesterday when his colleague accidentally fired a gun.

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    Gono Bhaban guard hurt in ‘accidental firing’

    A guard of Gono Bhaban, Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina’s official residence, is hurt in what is being explained as “accidental fire in the hands of a colleague”.

  • Bangladesh an attractive place for investment

    Visiting former Indian president Pranab Mukherjee yesterday said Bangladesh is an attractive place for investment.

  • No talks to bring BNP to polls

    Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina yesterday ruled out the possibility of any special initiative on her part to ensure BNP's participation in the next general election.

  • Resist terrorism, militancy: PM

    Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina calls upon the people to be united in resisting terrorism and militancy to establish peace and security in the public life.

  • Keep close watch on children: PM

    Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina urges all, including parents, teachers and government officials, to remain vigilant about the movement of their children to prevent them from getting derailed.

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    Govt to curb evil design of secret killings: PM

    Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina says the government will be able to curb all evil designs of BNP, including secret killings, as it could restrain the party from killing in broad daylight.

  • Arsonists turn into secret killers

    Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina yesterday hinted that BNP-Jamaat men had links with the recent secret killings and the government had substantial evidence in this regard. These two parties have changed their tactics and started attacking some “soft targets,” following public wrath for their arson attacks early last year, she added.

  • SSC resilts 2016

    88.29% pass SSC

    A total of 88.29 percent students pass this year’s Secondary School Certificate (SSC) and equivalent examinations, which is 1.25 percentage points higher than that of last year.

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    Hasina-Modi barter power, bandwidth

    Bangladesh and India take a stride into bilateral relationship with the exchange of internet bandwidth and electricity in the warm ambiance of Holi. In exchange for 10 GBPS internet bandwidth from Bangladesh, India will supply 100MW electricity.

  • MPs to have no role this time

    The ruling Awami League has decided to drop its lawmakers from the selection boards tasked with picking candidates for the forthcoming union parishad (UP) polls.

  • AL municipal nomination board meeting tomorrow

    Awami League’s municipal nomination board will hold a meeting tomorrow to pick candidates for the municipality polls on December 30.

  • ALCWC meeting tomorrow

    An emergency meeting of Awami League Central Working Committee (ALCWC) and Awami League Parliamentary Board (ALPB) will be held tomorrow.

  • PM to brief media on UN visit tomorrow

    Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina will hold a press briefing tomorrow morning at her official residence Gono Bhaban about the outcome of her USA visit.

  • AL men accord grand reception to Hasina

    A large number of leaders and activists of ruling Awami League have started to gather forming long rows on the footpaths from Hazrat Shahjalal International Airport to Gono Bhaban this morning, to welcome Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on her return.

  • Lost & found: Tale of a Sarail puppy

    This is a story of a Sarail hound puppy being lost and later found 103 days later by the owner.

  • Gen Belal takes over as army chief

    Newly appointed Chief of Army Staff Lieutenant General Abu Belal Muhammad Shafiul Huq takes over charge of the force.

  • SSC pass rate falls by 4.3pc (result link inside)

    A total of 87.04pc students pass SSC, equivalent exams, which is 4.30pc points lower than that of last year.

  • PM acted against creating level-playing field, alleges mayor aspirant

    A mayor aspirant in Dhaka alleges that PM Sheikh Hasina acted against level-playing field in the upcoming city corporation polls by introducing ruling Awami League-backed mayor aspirants