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ICC now seeks Myanmar’s observations over Rohingya issue by July 27 

After Bangladesh, the International Criminal Court (ICC) now wants to know Myanmar’s opinion on whether The Hague-based court has jurisdiction to run a case on atrocities against Rohingyas.

Contract with Chinese consortium for Khulna 330 MW plant faces termination

Contract with a Chinese consortium for constriction of Khulna 330 MW dual-fuel combined cycle power plant is going to face termination as the contractor failed to arrange required fund forRead More...

Rohingyas put acute strain on host communities, resources in Cox’s Bazar

Bangladesh registers 2nd largest number of new refugees in 2017: UNHCR  

The enormous Rohingya influx into Bangladesh has placed acute strain on host communities and resources in Cox’s Bazar district where most of the Rohingyas are concentrated, says a newRead More...

35,000 students at risk from crumbling school buildings in Laxmipur

More than 35,000 students of almost 125 primary schools in five upazilas of the district are attending classes inside dilapidated buildings amid heightened risk of an accident occurring.

Social media also changes nature of Eid greetings

Priyanka Kundu, UNB Staff Writer

The nature of Eid greetings has drastically changed now as most people turn to social media platforms for reaching out to each other instead of sharing itRead More...

Many miss Eid festival for the service

Although thousands of people headed for their respective village homes to celebrate Eid-ul-Fitr with their near and dear ones, many miss the festival for the sake of responsibility.

Exchange of Eid Cards: A tradition fading away

As soon as the holy moon confirms the arrival of Eid-ul-Fitr, eid wishes will start popping up on digital screens of mobile phones, tablets and laptops. But once, these wishesRead More...

Sholakia ready for country’s largest Eid congregation

Keeping security issue as a top priority, all necessary preparations have been completed for holding the country’s largest Eid congregation at Sholakia Eidgah Maidan.

Dowry violence far from dying down 

Despite various measures in place to get rid of dowry system and dowry-related violence against women, the county is still experiencing significant number of dowry related incidents and violence outshiningRead More...

Footpath shops also draw huge eid shoppers 

Makeshift shops on footpaths and open spaces in the capital and other major cities across the country are doing a brisk business as the low-income and poor people are crowdingRead More...

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Rohingyas put acute strain on host communities, resources in Cox’s Bazar

Bangladesh registers 2nd largest number of new refugees in 2017: UNHCR  

The enormous Rohingya influx into Bangladesh has placed acute strain on host communities and resources in Cox’s Bazar district where most of the Rohingyas are concentrated, says a new ...

Social media also changes nature of Eid greetings

Priyanka Kundu, UNB Staff Writer

The nature of Eid greetings has drastically changed now as most people turn to social media platforms for reaching out to each other instead of sharing it ...

Exchange of Eid Cards: A tradition fading away

As soon as the holy moon confirms the arrival of Eid-ul-Fitr, eid wishes will start popping up on digital screens of mobile phones, tablets and laptops. But once, these wishes ...

35,000 students at risk from crumbling school buildings in Laxmipur

More than 35,000 students of almost 125 primary schools in five upazilas of the district are attending classes inside dilapidated buildings amid heightened risk of an accident occurring.

Contract with Chinese consortium for Khulna 330 MW plant faces termination

Contract with a Chinese consortium for constriction of Khulna 330 MW dual-fuel combined cycle power plant is going to face termination as the contractor failed to arrange required fund for ...

Many miss Eid festival for the service

Although thousands of people headed for their respective village homes to celebrate Eid-ul-Fitr with their near and dear ones, many miss the festival for the sake of responsibility.

ICC now seeks Myanmar’s observations over Rohingya issue by July 27 

After Bangladesh, the International Criminal Court (ICC) now wants to know Myanmar’s opinion on whether The Hague-based court has jurisdiction to run a case on atrocities against Rohingyas.