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Where Bashundhara Kings Is First in South Asia

Today, a memorable and proud chapter is going to be added to the history of South Asian club soccer culture, which will brighten the image of Bangladesh in international club football. Under the sponsorship of Bashundhara Group, one of the largest business conglomerates in the country,

The Mournful Day

It was not dawn yet. Azan, the call for prayers from a faraway mosque was flowing through. All on a sudden sound of gunshots filled the air. Shots were being fired around a house on road 32 of Dhanmondi area in Dhaka. The house where the President of Bangladesh, Father of the Nation

Bangabandhu killing pushed the country towards opposite direction

Bangladesh is unlike other countries in terms of August. As per Gregorian calendar, the month brings a different message to other countries. But in Bangladesh, it is symbol of mourning. On the 15th of this month, a section of disgruntled army officials and traitors assassinated

Making it to the top, the Shringla way

It’s rare to see a biography written on a diplomat in his lifetime. But, then Harsh Shringla is no ordinary diplomat. His life has been an inspiring story of self-fashioning and mapping one’s journey of ambition, achievement and fulfilment, on his own terms. A veteran diplomat

The rise and rise of Harsh Vardhan Shringla

He was named chief coordinator of India's G20 presidency There is absolutely nothing “accidental” about the steady and impressive rise and rise of a self-effacing powerhouse, who has steered India’s policy in all the right directions from the time he joined the

A silent emergency: The rise in suicides among UK doctors

In the early 1980s when Amandip Sidhu was growing up in Harrow, a suburb on the fringe of northwest London, his South Asian family was one of only a handful of non-white households in the area. Having spent some of his childhood in East Africa, where his father was a civil servant,

On Anniversary, BAJUS Celebrates Jewelry Industry's transition To Golden Era

On the occasion of its 58th founding anniversary, the Bangladesh Jewellers Samity (BAJUS) stands tall as a pivotal force in the nation's gold sector, with a notable focus on ethical business practices and fostering growth.  In this transformative journey, Sayem Sobhan Anvir,

Has the US/West decided to strategically alienate itself in the Bay of Bengal?

A perplexing change in the West's core policy towards the Bay of Bengal region, led by the US, has occurred in recent years. In spite of participating in security and partnership dialogue with Bangladesh, the US has periodically shown hostility and indifference towards this friendly

Dhaka-Delhi bilateral relation is irreversible, says Shringla

Former Foreign Secretary of India and G20 Chief Coordinator Harsh Vardhan Shringla has said the bilateral relation between India and Bangladesh reached a height in the past one decade that nobody can reverse it opposite. He was answering a question in an interview with a Bengali TV

Bashundhara Group working to change fate of countrymen

All of a sudden, a group of volunteers came to Dinajpur to extend food support to the poor people for a month. It was a period of Covid-19 pandemic. I came to know that Shuvosangho members arrived on behalf of Bashundhara Group. They worked day after day to feed the destitute in 13

Tamim Iqbal's U-Turn, PM's Intervention and BCB's Role   

The sudden retirement reversal of Bangladesh left-handed opener Tamim Iqbal has sent shockwaves through the cricketing community of Bangladesh.  After tearfully announcing his retirement at a hotel in Chattogram, Tamim retreated from the decision following a discussion with Prime

Meta's Threads: A New Challenger in the Twitter-dominated Arena

Amid Twitter's ongoing turbulence under Elon Musk's leadership, Meta has just launched its new social media platform - Threads. This Instagram-based text conversation app is being touted as a potential Twitter replacement, and it's already creating a buzz in world tech. 

Bashundhara Kings Eyes International Football Arena

In the football history of independent Bangladesh, Bashundhara Kings emerged as a ‘pioneer’ of practicing full professionalism in a football club. Due to the intense love, enthusiasm and interest of Bashundhara Group Chairman Ahmed Akbar Sobhan, Managing Director Sayem Sobhan

The Perilous Path of Journalism in Bangladesh

Over the years, Bangladesh has evolved into a hazardous terrain for journalism. Choosing this profession in the country is not just risky, but also fraught with danger. According to the United Nations, “Journalism is one of the most dangerous professions in the world.”

Bangladesh's Efforts, Electricity Coverage, Global Crisis and Local Challenges 

Bangladesh, a rapidly developing nation, has been struggling to meet its burgeoning energy demands. The recent resumption of the Payra Power Plant, after a 20-day hiatus due to coal shortage, underscores the country's ongoing struggle and its relentless pursuit of energy security.

Dr Yunus commits punishable offence by violating company act

Nobel laureate Dr Muhammad Yunus has allegedly committed punishable offense through violating the company act of the country. The economist is facing a plenty of allegations, including money laundering; corruption and violation of human rights. All the allegations have been proved by

Wagner's mutiny: A new facet of Ukraine-Russia war 

The ongoing conflict between Ukraine and Russia, which commenced in 2014, has been a focal point of global apprehension due to its geopolitical ramifications and the humanitarian crisis it has engendered.  The roots of this conflict can be traced back to the deep-seated political

Echoes of the Past: Tragic Implosion of Titanic Submersible

In the annals of maritime history, few stories are as heartrending as the sinking of the RMS Titanic. Over a century later, the Titanic continues to captivate the world, its tale a stark reminder of human fallibility in the face of nature's might.  Today, we mourn a new

A self-confessed murderer and the US visa policy

Rashed Chowdhury - a confessed murderer, the freak killer. On August 15, 1975, the father of the nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman was killed along with his family by some despicable people. And National and international conspiracies were behind this heinous murder in history of

Dr Yunus evades Tk 1000cr tax from Grameen Telecom

Nobel laureate economist Prof Dr Muhammad Yunus allegedly evaded tax worth around Tk 1,000 crore from his company Grameen Telecom and laundered abroad in the name of ‘social business’. Social business is aimed at addressing a social cause. The investment made by the