Dhaka: 9:07 PM, Wed, 18 Oct, 2017

Prices of essentials should be brought under control

Prices of daily essentials continue to go up. It seems prices will no longer come down. People in fixed income groups have been suffering the brunt of spiralling price of essentials.

Immediate road repair needed

Several roads and highways in the country are in miserable condition. In many places, roads become unfit to use.

Bangladesh will become hub for S Asia's industry, technology

Now smartphone will be made in Bangladesh. Walton, one of the leading electronics and electrical appliances manufacturers in Bangladesh, will make this phone.

UN intervention will strengthen Rohingya repatriation process

The Myanmar government at last has given a delegation of diplomats an opportunity for the first time to visit the Rakhine state.

Dream now a visible reality

Padma Bridge is no longer a dream. It has now become a visible reality as the first span of the country’s dream multipurpose structure has been installed. The first span of the much-hyped Padma Bridge was installed at Zajira point of the Padma River on Saturday morning after beginning the construction two years ago.

Truth, Justice should remain upheld

Today is holy Ashura. 10th day of the month of Muharram in the Arabic calendar is identified as Ashura.

Sagar murder accused must be punished

A youth named Sagar has been beaten to death tying him to an electric pole for allegedly stealing a water machine from a local hatchery at Char Sreerampur village in Gauripur upazila of Mymensingh district on September 25.

PM's speech directional

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina, in her speech, depicted the atrocities of Myanmar military on Rohingya people at the 72nd Regular Session of the UN General Assembly (UNGA 72).

Suu kyi must take proper steps

Thousands of Rohingyas are entering into Bangladesh from Myanmar's Rakhine State due to mass killing by military there began last month.

Proper management needed for relief distribution

Rohingya people are fleeing to Bangladesh in groups as Myanmar army carried out atrocities on them in the country's Rakhine state. Under this circumstance, Bangladesh government has temporarily given shelter to several lakh Rohingyas in Cox's Bazar due to humanitarian grounds.

Take stern steps to prevent price hike

It is being seemingly tough to bring the rice market under control. It is not being possible to contain the price hike of rice. The government along with the private sectors has imported several lakh tonnes of rice but instability prevails in the rice market.

UN should play effective role

The brutal oppression continues on Rohingya Muslims in Maynmar. The country's military is continuously killing them, burning their houses and then finally forcing them to flee their homeland.

Road accidents after Eid: Awareness needed

After celebrating Eid festival with nearest and dearest ones, people are returning to their homes and work stations. The return journey starts after three days Eid vacation and couple of more days leave.

Bring those behind militancy to justice

A Militant hideout has been identified again in the capital. This time, the hideout was traced at Darussalam road area in the capital's Mirpur.

Int'l community should come forward

The condition in Myanmar's Rakhine has deteriorated further. Army assault against Rohingyas is underway there. Mass killing and torching houses are being continued in Rakhaine State.

EC starts dialogue with AL

Staff Correspondent: As part of the ongoing dialogues, Chief Election Commissioner (CEC) KM Nurul Huda is holding a meeting with a delegation of Awami League (AL) over holding the next general election in a credible manner.

Mila files case against her husband's family

Staff Correspondent: Popular pop singer Tasbiha Binte Shahid Mila, commonly known as Mila Islam, has filed a defamation case against her husband Parvez Sanjari's family.