How do the BNP leaders talk about electricity? Have they no shame? Those, who plunged the country into darkness during their regime, are now talking about power crisis. Their dream of government getting ousted due to power outage will soon turn into a nightmare.

  • Dare not skip ‘guest room meeting’

    A first-year mass communication student at Dhaka University was allegedly bullied and mentally tortured by a few seniors in the guest room of Bijoy Ekattor Hall on Wednesday night.

  • Dhaka most polluted city in the world

    Dhaka is the most polluted city in the world, and air pollution is the main cause for respiratory issues, said Dhaka South City Corporation (DSCC) Mayor Sheikh Fazle Noor Taposh yesterday.

  • Torture, abuse, separation: Story of domesticating elephants

    People of greater Sylhet and Chittagong Hill Tracts regions are familiar with domesticated elephants being used to pull trees down the hills, in circuses and at various social events.

  • 38 days of fresh air in 6 years

    Residents of the capital have inhaled clean air for only 38 days in the last six years, found a study, highlighting the gravity of the air pollution that over two crore people of the city are exposed to every day.

  • Abrar Murder Case: HC accepts 17 jail appeals for hearing

    The High Court yesterday accepted the jail appeals of 17 death-row convicts in Buet student Abrar Fahad murder case for hearing.

  • ‘One has no licence, another on drugs’

    One of the two buses, which crushed a teenage boy in Dhaka’s Moghbazar area on January 20, was being driven by a helper who has no driving licence.

  • Country marching towards progress

    Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina yesterday told parliament that Bangladesh is marching towards progress at an overwhelming pace, dispelling pessimists’ takes on the country’s future.

  • ‘Stop plastic use, save Kuakata’

    Demanding an end to the use of disposable plastics to protect the environment of Kuakata beach, a memorandum signed by 2,783 people was handed over to the Patuakhali deputy commissioner (DC) on Tuesday.

  • ‘Tis the season to eat molasses

    It’s a relatively small window. For four months a year, from mid-November to March, farmers who sell molasses from date juice hit their peak.

  • 700 acres submerged

    Once Nurul Haque used to cultivate different types of crops in his land all around the year.

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