Our education sector is at a stake due to the pandemic. Educationists are advising urgent measures to cover the losses
Daycare centres, privately run or in-house, are a big factor for working mother, especially for the mothers in urban areas who live in nuclear families
Bangladesh is a small country with a large population, there’s only a little space left for birds to build a habitat or roam around freely: Inam Al Haque, chairman of Bangladesh Bird Club
A review of the draft Data Protection Act reveals various shortcomings. Those could roughly be divided into two types
Many words have been used in the new laws, regulations and policies without clearly explaining or defining those, say people looking into the law, the regulation and the policy
Ruplal House is an imposing early 19th century mansion located in the Farashganj locality of old Dhaka.
Sources from the Department of Cooperatives said they audited the financial transactions conducted between 1 July 2018 and 30 June 2020 only
The vice chancellors of the various public universities in the country face a continuous volley of allegations. According to the University Grants Commission (UGC) sources, they have recently begun ...
Over the past 13 months, 802 complaints have been lodged with the DIFE Dhaka office. And 91 per cent of these complaints are about wages and unpaid dues
The nefarious activities of the Dhaka College Chhatra League came under limelight once again after the students got locked in violent clashes with shop owners and employees of the New Market area ...
The sensational seven murder case of Narayanganj has been awaiting disposal at the Appellate Division for the last three years
The time and costs of the projects undertaken by the Bangladesh Small and Cottage Industries Corporation (BSCIC) have increased repeatedly, sources have said
Bridges Division has prepared a proposed toll for the Padma bridge which will ease communication between the south and the south-western region of the country