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Constitution's 16th amendment protects Judges' dignity
SANGSAD BHABAN, Sept 18, 2014 (BSS)- Prime Minister and Leader of the House Sheikh Hasina today said that her government has protected the dignity of the judges of the Supreme Court and sanctity of the judiciary through the 16th amendment to the constitution. "The judiciary is independent and it is well-protected--we have ensured it through the 16th amendment. Many (people) say many words. But they do never think about the reality," she said delivering her valedictory speech in the third session of the 10th Jatiya Sangsad here tonight. The Leader of the House said Bangladesh was liberated under the leadership of Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, who also ga... More...
India will ratify land boundary agreement, PM hopes
Bangladesh to seek Indian reassurance to resolve outstanding issues: Ali
Jatiya Sangsad

SANGSAD BHABAN, Sept 18, 2014 (BSS)-The third session of the 10th parliament was prorogued today as Speaker Dr Shirin Sharmin Chaudhury read out the prorogation order of the President.

Leader of t... More...

SANGSAD BHABAN, Sept 18, 2014 (BSS)-Leader of the Opposition in Parliament Begum Rawshan Ershad today urged the government to undertake massive rehabilitation programme for the flood affected people... More...
Govt. has plans to set up heavy industries: Amu
JS sitting resumes

DHAKA, Sept 18, 2014 (BSS)- Bankers Association of Bangladesh (BAB) today gave donation to Relief and Welfare Fund of the Prime Minister. Leaders of the association ha... More...

NEW DELHI, Sept 18, 2014 (BSS) - Foreign Minister AH Mahmood Ali today arrived in New Delhi to join Bangladesh-India joint consultancy committee (JCC) meeting. The min... More...
Nasim urges to help government in protecting democracy
Khondokar's book part of int'l conspiracy: Mozammel Haq
Militants are using children as human shield, couriers: Inu
Bangladesh escaped global economic downturn due to contribution of expatriates: Mosharraf
3-day ICT fair in city from Sept 20
Fire breaks out in Gulshan Tower in city
BDRCS distributes relief among flood victims in Rangpur
President visits repair work of Kamalpur embankment
Those committed war crimes have no right to call hartal: Ranga
Dr Hasan urges Apex Court to take action against Jamaat for calling hartal
Port city witnesses a poor response in Jamaat Hartal
Mystery shrouds over REB engineer death in city
Bangladesh envoy urges US to consider reinstating GSP facilities
Cop among 3 killed in city road accidents
Verdict in Azhar's trial any day
Free medical camp for cleft-lip and palate patients in city
Two killed in a road accident in capital, 3 injured
Jamaat-Shibir hartal continues peacefully
Prospects of drought-tolerant Brridhan-48 paddy variety in Barind bright
Improving healthcare, hygiene services for mothers, adolescents stressed
Dr Mostafa Chy dies in Canada, body arrives on Saturday
Local & foreign investors urged to invest in Bangladesh
Govt considers building airport in Khulna: Menon

EDINBURGH, Sept 18, 2014 (BSS/AFP) - Dozens of Quebec separatists have travelled to Scotland to witness its historic independence referendum on Thursday and see what they can ... More...

EDINBURGH, Sept 18, 2014 (BSS/AFP) - Scotland votes Thursday on whether to become independent from Britain in a referendum which has electrified the nation, dominating debate ... More...
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Twin crises could shape Obama's twilight years in office

DHAKA, Sept 18, 2014 (BSS) - On the third day of income tax fair, Taka 161.52 crore has been collected as income tax return.

A total of 98,630 tax payers were given services in the 3rd day while... More...

DHAKA, Sept 18, 2014 (BSS) - The telecom regulator has revised the rate of international incoming call termination and revenue sharing of stakeholders. The regulator--Ba... More...
DSEX reaches record high on bullish breakout
Bangladesh to export 50,000 tonnes of rice to Sri Lanka
Banks, NBFIs asked to introduce e-tendering by December 2015
China, Sri Lanka launch FTA talks
Indonesia 'optimistic' on 7% growth by 2017
World Export Development Forum says Africa "open for business"
IMF calls on G20 for 'decisive action' on growth
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Climate Change

JAMALPUR, Sept 18, 2014 (BSS)-Flood situation improved further in the district as water level in the river Jamuna registered further fall during last 24 hours.

Water Development Board said riv... More...

DHAKA, Sept 18, 2014 (BSS) - Light to moderate rain or thundershowers accompanied by temporary gusty wind is likely to occur at many places over Dhaka, Khulna, Barisal, Chitta... More...

DHAKA, Sept 18, 2014 (BSS) - State Minister for Youth and Sports Biren Sikder today left Dhaka to join the upcoming 17th Asian Games in Incheon, South Korea.

The state minister will return h... More...

CHITTAGONG, Sept 18, 2014 (BSS) - Leaders of the Chittagong city unit of Bangladesh Awami League (AL) hailed eminent sports organizer and General Secretary (GS) of Chittagong Jilla Krira Sangstha (CJ... More...
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RAJSHAHI, Sept 18, 2014 (BSS) - The day long hartal enforced by Jamaat-e-Islami in greater Rajshahi was passed off peacefully but witnessed an unimportant response today.

Jamaat Islami en... More...

RANGPUR, Sept 18, 2014 (BSS) - The first day of the two-day hartal enforced by Jamaat-e-Islami Bangladesh has been continuing having no impact on public life and passed off w... More...
Income tax fair launched in Chuadanga
Freelance training programme launched at Natore
Two human traffickers arrested, 10 victims rescued
Mother-son killed in Ctg road mishap
Mobile court convicts drug addict in Panchagarh
Sherpur Sadar upazila election on Sept 25
Nine jamaat,shibir activists held in Jhalokathi
Robber leader killed in Narail gunfight
10 rescued, 5 traffickers held in Gopalganj
T-Aman cultivation achieves target in Narsingdi
36 doctors join in Barguna health services

DHAKA, Sept 18, 2014 (BSS) - Education Minister Nurul Islam Nahid today said visually impaired students will be given textbooks on January 1 next year. "We are taking ste... More...

RANGPUR, Sept 18, 2014 (BSS) - Speakers at a discussion today highly appreciated the role of the Underprivileged Children's Educational Programmes (UCEP-Bangladesh) in prod... More...
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