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Patients stand helpless as Narail’s Lohagara Health Complex unable to deliver

Medical services at Lohagara Health Complex of the district have long been getting hampered for various problems, including the shortage of physicians and accommodation.

Rain is relief, rain is pain in Dhaka

Abdur Rahman Jahangir, UNB Staff Writer

When there is a brief spell of shower during the sultry weather in Dhaka, the city dwellers welcome it as they can have a sigh of relief from perennial dustRead More...

Sundarbans ecology braces for disaster due to vessel capsizes

‘Plying of commercial vessels should be banned’ 

Bagerhat, Apr 17 (UNB) – The repeated incidents of capsize of vessels carrying coal and different chemicals in the Sundarbans water routes have put the flora and fauna of theRead More...

Blogging can be voice for voiceless people: Lauren 

She describes Bangladesh’s beauty, dev efforts 

Dhaka, Apr 17 (UNB) – Emphasising the importance of giving voice to voiceless marginalised people, Lauren Kana Chan, a blogger currently working for the European Commission, has said blogging canRead More...

Bangladesh closer towards Dhaka-NY flight resumption

CAAB upbeat of attaining FAA Category 1 status  

Dhaka, Apr 16 (UNB) – Bangladesh has moved a step forward towards a resumption of direct flight operation between Dhaka and New York. 

EC plans online collection of election results  

Dhaka, Apr 16 (UNB) - The Election Commission has planned to use information technology in the 11th national election to collect polls results from every polling centre and thus bring dynamismRead More...

Doyel Chattar abuzz with handicraft products ahead of Pahela Baishakh

Dhaka, Apr 12 (UNB) - Amid the concrete life of Dhaka city, handicraft shops in Doyel Chattar area in front of Dhaka University’s Curzon Hall are all set to offerRead More...

ACC addressed more complaints, but witnessed decline in ‘preventive activities’

Dhaka, Apr (UNB) - Although the number of allegations received for enquiry by the Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) in 2017 was the highest in 4 years, it came withRead More...

Baishakh abuzz with pottery

Dhaka, April 10 (UNB) – Despite being on the wane, the pottery industry seems to liven up weeks before Pahela Baishakh, and this year is no different.

Baishakh shopping goes online as ‘best’ alternative  

Dhaka, Apr 8 (UNB) – Though she struggles with two kids, everyday household chores and unbearable traffic jam on the city streets, Sharmin Akhter is worried little about her shoppingRead More...

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Blogging can be voice for voiceless people: Lauren 

She describes Bangladesh’s beauty, dev efforts 

Dhaka, Apr 17 (UNB) – Emphasising the importance of giving voice to voiceless marginalised people, Lauren Kana Chan, a blogger currently working for the European Commission, has said blogging can ...

EC plans online collection of election results  

Dhaka, Apr 16 (UNB) - The Election Commission has planned to use information technology in the 11th national election to collect polls results from every polling centre and thus bring dynamism ...

Sundarbans ecology braces for disaster due to vessel capsizes

‘Plying of commercial vessels should be banned’ 

Bagerhat, Apr 17 (UNB) – The repeated incidents of capsize of vessels carrying coal and different chemicals in the Sundarbans water routes have put the flora and fauna of the ...

Bangladesh closer towards Dhaka-NY flight resumption

CAAB upbeat of attaining FAA Category 1 status  

Dhaka, Apr 16 (UNB) – Bangladesh has moved a step forward towards a resumption of direct flight operation between Dhaka and New York. 

Rain is relief, rain is pain in Dhaka

Abdur Rahman Jahangir, UNB Staff Writer

When there is a brief spell of shower during the sultry weather in Dhaka, the city dwellers welcome it as they can have a sigh of relief from perennial dust ...

Patients stand helpless as Narail’s Lohagara Health Complex unable to deliver

Medical services at Lohagara Health Complex of the district have long been getting hampered for various problems, including the shortage of physicians and accommodation.