Bangla schools in ME for expats’ children By Md Solamain Salman | Last Updated: 23rd September, 2019, 08:29

As part of the move, two schools will be established in Saudi Arabia and Bahrain in the first phases

Bangla schools in Middle East for expats’ children

Govt’s hard line shakes ‘criminals’ in Awami League Govt’s hard line shakes ‘criminals’ in AL

Amid the crackdown, BNP alleged that top to bottom of the government was involved in corruption


Anti-graft shivers in Bangladesh as PM goes tough Anti-graft shivers in Bangladesh as PM goes tough

Corruption is not new in Bangladesh, but such practice has grown in length and breath


China’s role on Rohingya ‘not enough,’ camps likely to be fenced China’s role on Rohingya ‘not enough’

“If India, as well as many western countries, can set up fenced detention camps to keep illegal migrants, why not us … it is a matter of national security,” one analyst argues


Banned Suprobhat Paribahan trick to operate by disguising its buses Banned Suprobhat Paribahan trick to operate by disguising its buses

Suprobhat Paribahan used to operates buses on the route from Uttara to Sadarghat via Nodda


Substandard mosquito coils flood markets Substandard mosquito coils flood markets

The available pesticides on sale are up to 3-5 times higher than tolerable level and very detrimental to public health


Criminals laugh as no CCTVs at major points
Criminals laugh as no CCTVs at major points

Local residents say if CCTV’s were installed in major city points it would be difficult for the criminals to vanish


PM’s BCL strike a right step to tame youth activists PM’s BCL strike a right step to tame youth activists

It appears that the prime minister struck the BCL leadership to get rid of her errant children


Youth Gangsterism and Imminent Challenges Youth Gangsterism and Imminent Challenges

The gangsters, at the onset, generally are school and college friends of urban areas, who move, eat, travel, gossip and smoke together


JP’s ugly high drama and Ershad JP’s ugly high drama and Ershad

Ershad was among few of those who could shun the dress of a military ruler to come back in national politics with respects


Lawmen on hard line to foil teenage gangs Lawmen on hard line to foil teenage gangs

The gang members also ride motorbikes recklessly and honk needlessly


Rohingyas obtaining Bangladeshi passports Rohingyas obtaining Bangladeshi passports

Police say it is difficult to prevent this as the traffickers are helping the Rohingya leave Bangladesh


Bangladesh needs 8m more skilled workforce by 2025 Bangladesh needs 8m more skilled workforce by 2025

For ensuring the supply of the required workers, the country has to provide skill training to 56 lakh people in the next five years, a study suggests


Mosquito repellants going to waste in DSCC warehouses! Mosquito repellants going to waste in DSCC warehouses!

DSCC authorities did not distribute a larger portion of the repellants


How Rohingyas get mobile SIM? How Rohingyas get mobile SIM?

Allegations run rife that some local agents of mobile phone operators are involved in providing Rohingyas with SIM cards to make huge money


No Bangladeshi migrated to India after 1971 No Bangladeshi migrated to India after 1971

I don’t think that the Indian government will push anyone towards Bangladesh, says Home Minister Asaduzzaman Khan 


Flyovers safe haven for criminals !
Flyovers safe haven for criminals !

Various crimes like mugging and killing  are frequently being reported in and around the flyovers


Rohingya bodies working against repatriation Rohingya bodies working against repatriation

Having energised by these groups and NGOs, displaced Rohingya people are now putting new conditions for their repatriation


Hasina has gifted quality, ability to lead Bangladesh: Pranab Hasina has gifted quality to lead Bangladesh: Pranab

Profusely praising the leadership of Sheikh Hasina, he admits that under her leadership Bangladesh has gained momentum in the sphere of economic development


Dengue cases travel outside Dhaka Dengue cases travel outside Dhaka

Mentioning that the entomological survey is going on across the country including upazila and municipality areas to detect whether the dengue infection has spread due to local transmission of dengue virus


Control Aedes or face epidemic of other mosquito-borne diseases Control Aedes or face epidemic of other mosquito-borne diseases

Mosquitoes are spreading several kinds of diseases worldwide as a carrier or vector every year killing some 70,000 people 


Security tightened amid Rohingya terror activities Security tightened amid Rohingya terror activities

Analysts say they found foul play in the sudden rights consciousness of the Rohingyas


Stop Unbridled Human Trafficking Stop Unbridled Human Trafficking

Bangladesh remains one of the major sources for international traffickers due to the low conviction rate of trafficking cases


Homoeopathy can be alternative remedy for dengue Homoeopathy can be alternative remedy for dengue

Homoeopathy, an alternative medicine system, can be used to treat patients infected with dengue fever


Flooding may hit Ganges basin Flooding may hit Ganges basin

The heavy to very heavy rainfall increased the water flow in the Indian part of Ganges basin and it also did the same in Bangladesh part


Death toll on rise despite fall in new dengue cases Death toll on rise despite fall in new dengue cases

The government has already confirmed 40 deaths from dengue while around 52,000 people have been infected with the mosquito-borne disease across the country this year


Tanners, traders blame each other for rawhide business disarray Major disorder in rawhide business

Hides merchants collect rawhide from all over the country and preserve those until selling those to the tanners. The tanners purchase salted rawhide from merchants for further processing


Past Is Never Dead: Long Shadow of August 1975 Coup Past Is Never Dead: Long Shadow of August 1975 Coup

I mourn the death of Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujib and his entire family and the liberation leaders - Waliur Rahman 


Children of British Isis members will not be allowed to return to UK Children of British Isis members will not be allowed to return to UK

At least 30 British children are currently being held with their mothers in camps in northern Syria


Energy SOEs advised not to deposit fund in weak banks Energy SOEs advised not to deposit fund in weak banks

The BPC will soon seek advice instruction regarding banks’ rating to know which are the poor performers and which have strong performance and risk management practices


6 public varsity VCs under UGC scanner 6 public varsity VCs under UGC scanner

Educationists say such things happen because the appointment of public university VCs is mainly political, academic matters are not considered in many cases


Sheikh Kamal, As I Knew Him Sheikh Kamal, As I Knew Him

I couldn’t recall the day when I first met Sheikh Kamal. He was my batch mate. He passed SSC from Shaheen School - M Shafiqul Karim


Panic grips among dishonest officials as ACC out to hunt Big fishes are on target!

A numbers of corrupt bigwigs are arrested by the anti-graft body recently based on “substantial allegations” involving money laundering and bribery, plus amassing wealth


Dengue spreading across country
Dengue spreading across country

Health officials said records since 2,000, when dengue was detected first, show that this year the attack of this disease has broken all past records


Odisha's Rasagola receives Geographical Indication tag Odisha's Rasagola receives GI tag

The GI tag of "Odisha Rasagola" will be valid until February 22, 2028


BNP getting isolated from its allies! BNP getting isolated from its allies!

Talking to the daily sun, some leaders of Oikya Front and the 20-party alliance said both the alliances have already become inactive. They are thinking of leaving the political coalitions


Porous border a safe route for arms smuggling Porous border a safe route for arms smuggling

The illegal weapons are promptly distributed among the miscreants across the country, including capital Dhaka


Cattle farmers hit hard by flood
Cattle farmers hit hard by flood

Millions of cattle are facing food shortages in the northern, northeastern and southeastern districts due to deluges since the beginning of this month


Police take hard line on rumours
Police take hard line on rumours

Vested interests are involved in such rumour mongering to create unrest in the country


China will never seek hegemony China will never seek hegemony

Asia-Pacific countries are increasingly aware that they are members of a community with shared destiny

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