Wednesday, 30 Nov, 2022


Bangladeshi laborers in dire condition in Bahrain

BACK FROM BAHRAIN: Bangladeshi laborers are in dire condition in Bahrain. Their dreams are shattered now after going there spending lakhs of money. They are passing cursed lives. However, in many cases they themselves are responsible for their sufferings.Repressions at the workplaces are

Rich nations urged to meet ODA pledges

DHAKA: The United Nations General Assembly urged the developed countries to fulfill their commitments of Official Development Assistance (ODA) to the Least Developed Countries (LDCs).The UNGA has adopted the resolution at a follow-up meeting to the Fourth United Nations Conference on the

BB ED Mahfuz holds fake certificate!

DHAKA: The Executive Director (ED) of Bangladesh Bank (BB) M Mahfuzur Rahman is holding his office with fake academic certificate which he utilized to reduce his age.According to the original certificate, he was supposed to retire on December 31 0f 2014.The central bank sources said

Children in Heaven

DHAKA: When Tweeted the news of Peshawar school massacre, I was far away from the place, but when I came to attend the condolence program I felt I was by the victims.As of the other Pakistan high commissions, their office in Dhaka arranged a candlelight vigil and prayer program

Westminster offers low cost int’l standard edu in M’sia

DHAKA: Westminster International College (WIC) is a reliable institution for Business Studies in Malaysia. The institution offers an international standard education in undergraduate and postgraduate programs in an affordable tuition fee. Moreover, WIC also provides the privilege of

Job, study, certificate by Malaysia Optopreneur

KUALA LUMPUR: The international retailer and chain-shop companies like Starbucks and KFC are set to arrange the tuition fees for students of Optopreneur Institute in Malaysia through working at their outlets as part-timers. This enterprise will help reducing the anxiety of students about

Malaysian Optopreneur providing job, study & certificate

KUALA LUMPUR: The international retailer and chain-shop companies like Starbucks and KFC are set to arrange the tuition fees for students of Optopreneur Institute in Malaysia through working at their outlets as part-timers.This enterprise will help reducing the anxiety of students

‘Clean Our Country Day’ on Dec 31

DHAKA: December 31 will be marked as “Clean Our Country Day” in a bid to encourage cleanliness and protect the environment.  A voluntary organisation ‘Poriborton Chai’ arranged a press conference at National Press Club in city Wednesday afternoon.  ‘Poriborton Chai’ will

Modi assures of Teesta, LBA deals

KATHMANDU: In a meeting on the sidelines of ongoing SAARC Summit, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi assured his Bangladesh counterpart Sheikh Hasina of faster implement of Teesta deal and Land Boundary Accord (LBA). They met at Hotel Soaltee Crowne Plaza in Kathmandu at around 3:15pm

More Singaporeans in debt

SINGAPORE: These days, Singaporeans are more habituated to shop online 24 hours a day, book a trip abroad, taste new delicious food in posh hotels and more. So easy, in fact, that more Singaporeans have been caught by the trap of overspending and chalking up massive debts. According to

Kader Cargo launches Bangladesh-Malaysia service

DHAKA: In a latest development to freight services for Bangladeshi expatriates, Kader Cargo Service Singapore (Private Limited) launched its Bangladesh-to-Malaysia back and forth services in October this year. From now on, Bangladeshi expatriates living in Malaysia will be able to

Dream Journey across Amazing Australia

New Year’s Eve at Adelaide To me all days of the year starts with lots of promises, plan to do a lot, try my level best to achieve most and at the end of the day evaluate what could I perform and what could not. Yet few days are very special like Eid-e-Mialdun Nabi, Eid Days, February

‘The journey of a chef’

DHAKA: ‘The profession of chef is already established throughout the world from long ago. Bangladesh is lagging behind in this field. However this profession has a bright future here within next few years. In that case, the people who will choose this profession as career in next

Zubaida to lead BNP!

DHAKA: Dr Zubaida Rahman, wife of Bangladesh Nationalist Party (BNP) senior vice-chairman Tarique Rahman, is likely to lead BNP if her mother-in-law Khaleda Zia got convicted in any case or sent to jail.  She is expected to return home from the United Kingdom in next month. Besides, she

Dream Journey across Amazing Australia

There are so many famous saying like “whatever is looted cannot be blotted”. Our son Shuvro’s friend Mahabub and his lovely wife Kolly after spending three memorable days with our family became so close to our heart that we were really not willing to let them go. But they were

Dream Journey Across Amazing Australia

Mahabub, a friend of our eldest son Shahriar visited us on his weekend from his work place in Queensland along with his recently married wife Koli. Mahabub is like our son and his wife is very much liked by Rozy. Rozy had her major post heart surgery tests completed by well reputed

Dream Journey across Amazing Australia

We planned not to go far away from our base at Launceston on the last day of our visit to Tasmania thinking of the challenges that we encountered on our voyage on the Spirit Of Tasmania”. Visit to Cataract Gorge in forenoon and spending time in sea beach were in our program. There

Bumrungrad is the best for service

FROM BANGKOK (THAILAND): There are records that many dying patients returned on foot after taking treatment at Bumrungrad Hospital. Service is the prime policy of the hospital than the consideration of action or reaction of drugs.Privately run Bumrungrad International Hospital is the

Same Old Desires by Japan

With Japanese investors and businessmen accompanying Prime Minister Shinzo Abe hold talks with Bangladesh government officials and Bangladeshi business leaders here in Dhaka, same unwanted barriers that prevailed more than a decade ago remain on top of their agenda.We found the same

Faulty rescue drive, 50 vessels underwater

DHAKA: Due to the faulty rescue operations of the authority, at least 50 vessels are still underwater in separate areas of the country. No trace of Pinak-6, which capsized on the river Padma with 350 passengers, was found for the same reasons. Data acquired from Bangladesh Inland Water

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