Modi’s ‘charisma’ and evoking of nationalistic feelings By Nadeem Qadir | Last Updated: 27th May, 2019, 14:12

Indian’s also value Modi's single life and say he had none other than to do good for India, writes Nadeem Qadir

Modi’s ‘charisma’ and evoking of nationalistic feelings

Aila still haunts coastal people Aila still haunts coastal people

Recent reports say farmers cannot cultivate their croplands as salinity affected the soil seriously during the cyclonic disaster


Big boost for roads, railway Big boost for roads, railway

Experts say such improvements in infrastructure will help accelerate the pace of industrialisation, trade and commerce activities


Online train ticket seekers in trouble Online train ticket seekers in trouble

After failing to collect tickets online, they rushed to booths and stood in long queues on Friday


Rohingyas desperate to flee camps Rohingyas desperate to flee camps

Although law enforcement agencies rounded up many Rohingyas fleeing their camps, a significant number of the refugees are managing to reach their destinations


No steps yet to bring road discipline No steps yet to bring road discipline

Long tailback in highways is created during Eid journey of homegoers due to heavy rush of vehicles 


Post-Indian Polls: All about EC and EVM Post-Indian Polls: All about EC and EVM

The Voter Verified Paper Audit Trail (VVPAT) is a machine which gives a method to provide feedback to voters


Worn-out launches given facelift Worn-out launches given facelift

Workers are busy doing the job at most of the dockyards in Keraniganj on the outskirts of the capital


How safe are summer fruits?
How safe are summer fruits?

Jyeshtha is called ‘Modhumash’ as a wide variety of juicy summer fruits pop up in the market in this month


Special facilities for loan defaulters Special facilities for loan defaulters

Former BB Governor Salehuddin Ahmed says the new decision will inspire the customers to become defaulters


Dhaka lights up for Eid, but at what cost? Dhaka lights up for Eid, but at what cost?

Business sources say many of them do not even pay the charges for using electricity for their festival lights


BNP men critical of party high command BNP men critical of party high command

BNP itself also cannot explain the reason behind its recent decision on joining parliament to the leaders and activists and its allies


Drug smuggling goes on despite drive Drug smuggling goes on despite drive

Detective sources say smuggling of yaba is still going on as over 3,000 listed drug traffickers remain still at large


Teacher crisis hits govt high schools Teacher crisis hits govt high schools

Hatiya Sahar Government Girl’s High School located in Noakhali is an extreme example of such schools


5 causes behind delay in project implementation 5 causes behind delay in project implementation

Some 106 development schemes under ADP were declared completed last year although the project work was not actually finished


Police fail to plan Eid traffic, chaos reigns Police fail to plan Eid traffic, chaos reigns

During the rush hour, a distance of three to four kilometres can take about an hour to cover


Keraniganj, Gulshan or abroad? Keraniganj, Gulshan or abroad?

The BNP chief has been serving 17-year jail in two separate corruption charges since February 8 in 2018


Water flows abundantly, but not a drop to drink Water flows abundantly, but not a drop to drink

People become helpless when natural disasters like cyclone, tidal surge and drought damage the lone source of water, writes Shawkat Ali Khan


Dhaka residents cry for water Dhaka residents cry for water

The residents of Rampura and Hatirjheel areas alleged that for the past several days the shortage has worsened


Hospitals overflow with patients
Hospitals overflow with patients

Patients, including children, with diarrhoea, dehydration, nausea and fever increased in recent days due to heat wave


Date-expired, rotten dates flood markets Date-expired, rotten dates flood markets

Consumers do not know how safe are the fruits as a section of unscrupulous traders allegedly use various ingredients to make it shiny


Security tightened for secure Eid shopping Security tightened for secure Eid shopping

To make their target a success, the gangsters even do not hesitate to injure or kill the victims


Shyamnagar people at risk of flooding Shyamnagar people at risk of flooding

People fear the risky embankments may collapse during the present monsoon, destroying their life and dwellings and other valuable properties and crops, writes Shawkat Ali Khan 


Bike-sharing services raise safety concern Bike-sharing services raise safety concern

Passengers are being victimized by the ride-sharing services in many ways as ride-sharing companies have little or no control over their partners/drivers, writes Ahamed Ullah 


Awami League smells a rat over new Jamaat outfit Old wine in new bottle

Casting doubt over the reassembling of Jamaat, Awami League presidium member Mohammad Nasim says all have to remain alert as people found their past activities suspicious


70,000 people in Shariatpur Chars to get electricity Submarine cable to connect 3 Shariatpur Chars

The char people will get 20 megawatts of electricity. The power connection will be done under a development project involving Tk600 crore, says the minister


Diarrhoea patients crowding hospitals Diarrhoea patients crowding hospitals

Intake of contaminated water and unhygienic food is the major reason for the outbreak of the water-borne disease


Traffic police affected by noise pollution Traffic police affected by noise pollution

Dr Farhana Islam Shanta, medical officer at Central Police Hospital, says prolonged exposure to noise pollution is also affecting the quality of their sleep and physiological health


Electric poles entangled with internet, TV cables Electric poles entangled with internet, TV cables

A huge quantity of cables is seen hanging overhead on roads, especially in commercial areas of Motijheel, Karwan Bazar, Banani, Mohakhali and Gulshan, writes Ahmed Ullah


Awami League faces trouble over decade-old committees AL faces trouble over decade-old committees

The internal feud of the party becomes vivid during the national and upazila parishad elections, write Shawkat Ali Khan and Anaet Shawon


Cluster varsity entry test decision remains on paper for nine years Cluster test for varsity admission not yet

The decision to introduce the system for admission to honours courses in public universities remain pending for 9 years, reports Solamain Salman


BNP MPs-elect keen to take oath BNP MPs-elect keen to take oath

They say they are under pressure from the people of their constituencies to take oath as MPs and join Parliament, reports Mohammad Al Amin


Politics now revolves round Khaleda’s release Politics now revolves round Khaleda’s release

AL has asked BNP to seek parole while BNP has been urging the government to release its chairperson on bail, report Shawkat Ali Khan and Anaet Shawon


Coal import move fails for high price Coal import move fails for high price

Vitol Asia Pte Ltd has asked for $281.57 per tonne, Nobel Resources quoted $176.32 while Partex sought $196.47 per tonne, reports Shamim Jahangir


BNP grass roots for greater movement to free Khaleda BNP grass roots for greater movement to free Khaleda

Grassroots leaders have urged the party central command to wage movement for the party chief’s release and to cut relation with Jamaat-e-Islami.


Chemical Palli to shift to Munshiganj Chemical Palli to shift to Munshiganj

The move has been taken to shift the Palli from 50 acres of land in Keraniganj planned earlier to 310 acres of land in Sirajdikhan, Munshiganj


Litigants suffering as over 1.6 lakh cases pending with women repression prevention tribunals LITIGANTS SUFFERING

Over 1.6 lakh cases are pending with women and children repression prevention tribunals across the country


Bangladesh, Bhutan likely to sign deal on hydropower Bangladesh, Bhutan likely to sign deal on hydropower

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has already given her consent to the plan to invest $1 billion in hydroelectricity project in Bhutan, officials said

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