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  • ‘No national unity with BNP’

    The ruling Awami League-led 14-party alliance leaders turn down any possibility of forging a national unity with BNP-led alliance for stamping out militancy from the country.

  • Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina talks to the family members of the victims of Gulshan attack

    PM pays homage to Dhaka cafe attack victims

    Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina pays homage to the victims of the Gulshan attack at the Army Stadium in Banani of Dhaka.

  • Electric, underground trains soon: PM

    Expressing her high hope of launching high-speed electric trains and underground trains in the country, Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina says a feasibility study is going on for underground trains.

  • Keep your bowling secrets unexposed

    Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina yesterday suggests that cricketer Mustafizur Rahman should take required precautions to stretch his career.

  • UK wants to be part of Bangladesh's success story: Cameron

    British Prime Minister David Cameron expresses his country's willingness to be part of Bangladesh's success story as he holds a meeting with his Bangladesh counterpart Sheikh Hasina on the sidelines of G7 outreach meeting here.

  • Hasina presents Mamata 20kgs hilsa

    Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina sends 20 kilograms of hilsa from the Padma river for West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee, who is going to take oath for the second term tomorrow.

  • PM reaches London en route to Sofia

    Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina reached London yesterday afternoon for a three-day private visit on her way to another three-day official trip to Bulgaria.

  • PM wants end to CHT land dispute

    Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina yesterday said most of the works under the guidelines of the CHT peace accord, except land reform, had been completed.

  • Probir Sikdar appeals to PM for ‘safety’

    Fearing that he might disappear or be harassed further, veteran journalist Probir Sikdar appeals to Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina to save his life immediately.

  • DB claims Shafik admits meeting suspects in US

    Police yesterday claimed Shafik Rehman admitted to having held "more than one meeting" with those convicted by a US court for bribing an FBI special agent to collect "confidential information".