Akayed visited Rohingya camps in Oct; distributed medicines: Family 

Akayed visited Rohingya camps in Oct; distributed medicines: Family 

Family wants smooth life for Akayed’s 6-month-old son Ajjam

Dhaka, Dec 14 (UNB) - The man accused of setting off a bomb in a crowded pedestrian subway tunnel in the heart of New York has put his family back at home under tremendous mental pressure making them worried about Akayed Ullah’s only six-month-old son.

 
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Akayed visited Rohingya camps in Oct; distributed medicines: Family 

Family wants smooth life for Akayed’s 6-month-old son Ajjam

Dhaka, Dec 14 (UNB) - The man accused of setting off a bomb in a crowded pedestrian subway tunnel in the heart of New York has put his family back...

Growing number of women taking to the driving seat 

Dhaka, Dec10 (UNB) - The number of professional and non-professional women drivers is growing fast, as employers feel more secure with them.

Bean farming gets momentum in Narsingdi 

Narsingdi, Nov 29 (UNB) - Bean cultivation has been gaining popularity in the district after a large number of farmers have involved themselves in bean farming considering good profit in...

The Rohingya children robbed of their childhood

Dhaka, Oct 19 (UNB) - A seven-year-old Rohingya girl Tahmina Akter was waiting for her parent who was in a queue to receive the relief.

Call Myanmar persecution ‘genocide’, not ‘ethnic cleansing’: Prof Abrar 

He also seeks refugee status for displaced Rohingyas   

Dhaka, Oct 17 (UNB) – As the worst sufferer of its consequence, Bangladesh should describe the systematic persecution on Rohingyas and their forced displacement as ‘genocide’ instead of ‘ethnic cleansing’...

80 pc working children engaged in risky jobs: Study

Dhaka, Oct 9 (UNB) – Around 80 percent working children -- 81 percent boys and 79 percent girls -- are engaged in risky jobs in urban areas, says a study.

Land allocated for Rohingyas not habitable yet: Report  

470,000 in need of shelters; 13,418 take part in biometric registration 

Dhaka, Sept 25 (UNB) - The land that has been allocated for the new site for providing shelter to Rohingyas is ‘not suitable’ for habitation yet, says a new report on...

Eid animal waste could be worthier than you think!  

Dhaka, Sep 1 (UNB) - If the animal waste to be generated during the upcoming Eid-ul-Azha can be managed properly, there is a scope to produce some 4.15 lakh tonnes...

50,000 butchers ready to make a quick buck during Eid 

Dhaka, Sep 1 (UNB) – Among all the ancillary businesses or professions that benefit from the seasonal boost to economic activity provided by Eid-ul-Azha, no one gains more in prominence...

 
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Akayed visited Rohingya camps in Oct; distributed medicines: Family 

Family wants smooth life for Akayed’s 6-month-old son Ajjam

Dhaka, Dec 14 (UNB) - The man accused of setting off a bomb in a crowded pedestrian subway tunnel in the heart of New York has put his family back ...

Growing number of women taking to the driving seat 

Dhaka, Dec10 (UNB) - The number of professional and non-professional women drivers is growing fast, as employers feel more secure with them.