Awami League General Secretary and Road Transport and Bridges Minister Obaidul Quader on Friday warned that no offenders inside the party would be spared regardless of whatever powerful he or she might be.
The theatrics of this year’s US presidential race surpass that of any in the past
The two major US political parties recently concluded their presidential nomination conventions back-to-back over two separate weeks.
Prof SerajulSerajul Islam. File photoRenowned academic, author, critic and columnist Prof Serajul Islam Choudhury stepped into 81 on Thursday amid greetings and good wishes from his admirers and students, says news agency UNB.
Barrister Monomohun Ghose, the first practicing barrister of Indian origin, was born on March 13, 1844, in Munshiganj, then a part of British India.
Bengal Book Museum opens at Louhajang
Finance Minister (FM) Abul Maal Abdul Muhith said, “Not only economic growth, development of knowledge is also necessary to progress in the fast advancing world.”
The trial of writer Humayun Azad murder case has been deferred again, as the judge is on leave and the witnesses were absent.
No one is safe from the machete of the blogger murderers
The killing of bloggers has now become a common thing. At first, everyone had been vocal against these killings,
Nashid Kamal: Durbadal Chatterjee, a child prodigy starting his first performance at the age of seven, learning violin from his father,
Dr. Mizanur Rahman Shelley was re-elected as Chairman of Premier Leasing & Finance Limited in the 150th Meeting of the Board of Directors of Premier Leasing & Finance Limited held recently.