To clarify the connection between tea drinking and future T2DM risk, researchers carried out a cohort study and a dose-response meta-analysis
Visiting the Bharaura tea estate, Bhurbhuria tea estate, Khaichhara tea estate and Zerin tea estate this morning, it was seen that the workers have resumed work in full swing
The decision was taken at a meeting of administration and the leaders of Bangladesh Tea Plantation Workers’ Union at the conference room of the office of Moulvibazar deputy commissioner
The workers from 23 tea gardens in Habiganj have taken to the streets once again, refusing the wage raise by Tk 25 to Tk 145 per day
Tea garden workers on Saturday night claimed that they postponed their indefinite strike demanding the wage hike for Tk 300 from Tk 120 until they meet with prime minister Sheikh Hasina after she ...
The ongoing indefinite strike of the tea workers has been called off after their wage was fixed at Tk 145
Although two agreements on increasing wages were signed, the fate of more than 150,000 tea garden workers in the country hasn’t changed a bit
The minimum wage for a tea plantation worker in the country is 120 taka a day -- about $1.25 at official rates, but only just over a dollar on the free market
Bangladesh Tea Workers Union has called a strike sine die from Saturday in 231 tea gardens across the country, including Chattogram and Sylhet
Hundreds of workers of 23 tea gardens in Sylhet observed a two hour work abstention on Tuesday demanding a daily wage of Tk 300 due to price hike of daily essentials
Basically, the demand of tea in Bangladesh started escalating more than a decade back. Increasing economic activities kept raising the consumption of tea as well
Along with over two centuries of successful business and enterprise, the group is also committed to social causes and initiatives. The present chairman of the group, Mirza Salman Ispahani, tells ...
More than 15,000 poor and distressed women have changed their fortune through plucking tea-leaves in tea gardens of five northern districts in the ‘Kartoa Valley’ ecological zone
Sri Lanka's government on Thursday walked back the lifting of an import ban on most chemical fertilisers over fears of a political fallout
Due to the coronavirus pandemic, 80 per cent of the workers in four industrial sectors have seen fall in their wages