At least 33 officers-in-charge (OC) of Dhaka Metropolitan Police are going to be transferred following an Election Commission directive, DMP said today
Earlier in the day, writ petitioner Advocate Md Eunus Ali Akond told the HC bench that the Election Commission is going to hold the 12th Jatiya Sangsad election hurriedly as there are five months more for holding the polls
Continued denial of voting and other political and democratic rights is bound to become a very serious threat in the future.
Bangladesh Energy Regulatory Commission today set the price of one kg of Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG) at Tk 117.02 for the month of December, up from Tk 115.09 last month
Festive season sales signalling a strong rebound in apparel shipment from Bangladesh
It is often said that government files move at a snail’s pace in Bangladesh, slowing down the speed of project implementation.
Scooter sales fell 20 % year-on-year in the first 10 months of 2023
The bond will have a face value of Tk 9 lakh for each lot and will be issued for five years at a discount rate of up to 9 percent.
The non-bank financial institution said its board has given consent to work on the issuance of bonds.
The company made Tk 2.19 crore profit in the same period last year.
Hatem said they were working with the EU regarding labour rights, amending the labour law and rules
Bangladesh’s net export earnings from the shipment of readymade garments (RMG) contributed to over 70 percent of the gross export receipts for the third consecutive quarter ending in September 2023.
Lewd noises could be heard during the broadcast as Switzerland were drawn in Group A with Scotland, Hungary and hosts Germany.
Less than a month since a disappointing campaign in India at the ICC Men's Cricket World Cup 2023, England skipper Jos Buttler will lead a fresh-looking ODI side in the West Indies.
In a dramatic turn of events, popular actress Mahiya Mahi, an independent candidate vying for the Rajshahi-1 (Tanore-Godagari) constituency, finds herself facing a challenging situation after the abrupt cancellation of her nomination letter.
Earlier, Hasan Mahmud received the award on behalf of Hasina on the sidelines of the COP28 in Dubai on December 1
A Dhaka court today sentenced 11 leaders and activists of BNP and Jamaat-e-Islami leaders and their front organisations to 30 months' rigorous imprisonment each in a case filed over political violence
From stereotypical representations to more nuanced and empathetic depictions, the industry has played a crucial role in shaping public attitudes towards people with disabilities. In commemoration of the World Day of Persons with Disabilities, we delve into the journey of disability portrayal in Bollywood films, exploring shifts in narratives and their impact on societal perceptions.
The acclaimed actress was last seen in 2019 in the late director Gautam Halder's “Nirban” and is making a comeback after four years of hiatus in her long, glorious film career. Before “Nirban”, she played a lead role in Rituparno Ghosh's 2003 film “Shubho Mahurat”.
Healthy hair grows up to half an inch per month but a lot depends on one’s genetics and overall health. To optimise hair growth and reduce breakages, good scalp health is non-negotiable, especially as new cells are formed in the roots.
With The Eras Tour. Taylor Swift showcases why she is one of the best in the industry when it comes to putting on a show.
Burnout, in general, is usually caused by high amounts of stress or overworking. To recover from such burnout, you need to relax and take some time off.
Telegram, the cloud-based instant messaging app, has recently introduced several new features, including making the voice-to-text transcription feature available for all users.
Professor Dr. Syeda Sultana Razia of Chemical Engineering Department of Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology (BUET) has been awarded this year's prestigious 2023 OPCW-The Hague Award, in recognition of her efforts to educate the people about the peaceful uses of chemistry, particularly in chemical safety and security.
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The Cox's Bazar Express started its maiden journey from Cox's Bazar Railway Station with 1,020 passengers
Leader of the opposition in parliament Raushan Ershad has announced she will not participate in the national election because tested leaders of her party have been undermined.
BNP Vice Chairman Shahjahan Omar today said he has resigned from the party and gotten nomination from the ruling Awami League to contest the January 7 general election from Jhalakathi-1
Enamur Rahman, state minister for disaster and relief and the Awami League nominated candidate for Dhaka-19, was today served a show-cause notice by the Election Inquiry Committee for violating the electoral code of conduct.
Dhaka has ranked fourth on the list of cities worldwide with the worst air quality this morning
More than 110 nations pledged to triple the world’s renewable energy within seven years at UN climate talks yesterday as the United States pushed to slash methane emissions and boost nuclear capacity.
Frequent earthquakes are a sign that a mega shock may be in the offing, but the densely-populated capital seems to be the least prepared for such an event, experts say.
Resident engineer says no structural damage
A student of Dhaka University was injured after jumping from a hall building being panicked after a 5.6 tremor jolted the country this morning
More than 110 nations pledged to triple the world's renewable energy within seven years at UN climate talks Saturday as the United States pushed to slash methane emissions and boost nuclear capacity
"Basically he abused his position as a medic, which the IDF cannot shoot, to break the law and assist terrorists to get a weapon."
The National Security Council yesterday directed law enforcement and intelligence agencies to be on alert so that no one can spread any disinformation on social media centring the next national election.
With the national election just around the corner, both pro-government and anti-government elements are out to manipulate public opinion through a vigorous campaign on social media platforms and private messaging apps, turning them into hotbeds of spin doctoring, disinformation and fake news.
Asked for comment, an X representative said more than 500 unique Community Notes, a feature that lets users add context to potentially misleading content, have been posted about the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
The Daily Star would like to clarify that we have not created or shared any photocard with the quoted statement
Nandana Sen posted a picture with her father and confirmed the 89-year-old was "busy as ever".
Searching on Google, we found no statement of Mirza Fakhrul Islam similar to the fake photocard in any media outlets and no news of Mirza Fakhrul's meeting with US Ambassador Peter Haas on October 8.
Videos of AI-generated doctors giving health and beauty tips on social media are becoming hugely popular, generating millions of clicks. How accurate are their claims? And how dangerous is AI in the medical field