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Bangladesh

Cyber crime: Highest number of cases in Dhaka, next Chattogram

These cases have been filed for posting up damaging photographs and information of women, objectionable statements and comments about the prime minister, Bangabandhu, local MPs and Awami League ...

An illustration picture shows a projection of binary code on a man holding a laptop computer

Awami League should look at its own reflection in the mirror

Sounds of new elections are being heard before completion of three years of the 11th eleventh parliament. With the downtrend of coronavirus infections, the government and the opposition camps have ...

Awami League should look at its own reflection in the mirror

FameLab Climate Change Communicators Online Final

Bangladeshi student to vie for title

The British Council has recently announced the names of the ten international finalists including a Bangladesh student who will compete at the ‘FameLab Climate Change Communicators Online Final’ to ...

Bangladeshi student to vie for title

Cyber crime: 97 per cent cases dismissed

The BNP-Jamaat government in 2006 enacted the ICT act to deal with cyber crimes. In 2013 the Awami League government formed the cyber tribunal. Till September last year, 2658 cases were lodged with ...

Cyber crime: 97 per cent cases dismissed

HSBC to support Bangladeshi students’ overseas education

The Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation (HSBC) in Bangladesh and the Independent University, Bangladesh (IUB) are entering into a collaboration to assist students planning for overseas ...

This file photograph taken on 30 June 2009, shows the logo of international banking firm HSBC on display in the business district of La Defense, om the outskirts of Paris. HSBC announced a radical overhaul on 18 February 2020, including plans to slash 35,000 jobs and slim operations in the United States and Europe, after profits slid by a third last year. The Asia-focused lender has been trying to lower costs as it faces a multitude of uncertainties caused by the grinding US-China trade war, Britain's departure from the European Union and now the deadly new coronavirus in China. Photo: AFP

Court rejects journalist Rozina's plea for passport, press card to be returned

The court has rejected the plea made by Prothom Alo's senior correspondent Rozina Islam for the return of her passport, press accreditation card and two mobile phones, which had been seized in the ...

Court rejects journalist Rozina's plea for passport, press card to be returned

BNP central leaders to hold talks with grassroots leaders: Fakhrul

BNP central leaders will now hold a series of talks with leaders at the grassroots, commencing on Tuesday and carrying on up till Thursday

BNP central leaders to hold talks with grassroots leaders: Fakhrul

UN to provide electoral assistance to Bangladesh if requested: Mia Seppo

UN resident coordinator in Bangladesh Mia Seppo on Sunday said the United Nations (UN) will provide electoral assistance to Bangladesh only if there is any request on that particular front

UN to provide electoral assistance to Bangladesh if requested: Mia Seppo

Bangladesh's letters to UN

Objections to India's coastal baseline

India's coastal baseline point 89 is around 2.3 miles within Bangladesh's maritime boundary. This is a cause for concern for Bangladesh

Objections to India's coastal baseline

Biden asks world leaders to cut methane in climate fight

Biden made the remarks during a virtual meeting of the Major Economies Forum (MEF), a follow-up to an Earth Day meeting he hosted in April to unveil new US greenhouse gas emissions reduction targets ...

Biden asks world leaders to cut methane in climate fight
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