Dhaka: 4:40 AM, Sun, 23 Jul, 2017

Transplantation of Human Organs Act: Implementation needed

The Cabinet recently approved the draft law, ‘Transplantation of Human Organs Act, 2017’, aiming to check the illegal trade of human organs. Under this all must obtain approvals from the government to transplant human organs.

Bangladesh-Sri Lanka friendly relation to be stronger

Sri Lankan President Maithripala Sirisena's visit to Bangladesh is being considered to reach the relationship to a new level between the two countries.

Massive efforts, awareness needed to prevent Chikungunya

The number of Chikungunya affected people have been increased day by day across the country including the capital Dhaka. A large number of people are severely suffering from this viral disease.

Quick steps needed to resolve sufferings

It is regular that streets in the capital city get flooded in just a little rain. Waterlogging and acute traffic congestion are crippling the city dwellers’ life regularly. Water goes into houses and shops. The situation has been noticed for the last few days.

Punish the persons who are responsible

The boiler explosion and casualties occurred again in a factory. At least 13 people were killed and nearly half hundred were injured in a boiler explosion in a clothing factory named Multifabs Ltd in Nayapara area of Kashimpur, near Gazipur city corporation.


Long-term planning needed alongside relief

Flood has hit northeastern regions of the country since the very beginning of this year's rainy season and the situation is deteriorating gradually. Low-lying areas of Moulvibazar and Sylhet districts have been inundated.

Wide-ranging steps needed to curb militancy

A brutal massacre was carried out at Holey Artisan Bakery in Gulshan, the diplomatic zone in the capital, a year ago. It was the worst gruesome terror attack in the history of Bangladesh.

Let Eid holidaymakers make safe return journey

Eid holidaymakers have started coming back to their work places after celebrating Eid with their near and dear ones. This time holidaymakers face less trouble to ensure journey to their homes compared to several previous years due to proper management.

Let this Eid-ul-Fitr brings peace

Eid-ul-Fitr has come to the life of Muslims again. Eid, one of the biggest religious festivals of the Muslim people across the world, brings joy, happiness and it also tightens the social relations among each other.

Eid journey may be safe for everyone

Eid-ul-Fitr, one of the biggest religious festivals for the Muslims, will be celebrated in the country on 26 June (Monday) or June 27 (Tuesday) subject to the sighting of the Shawwal moon.

Medical students take a great initiative

People of city dwellers are now suffering a disease named Chikungunya. It is a mosquito-borne viral disease. However, the disease is not fatal but the victims suffer a lot. Aedes aegypti mosquito species, whose females carry the virus of Chikungunya. The virus is transmitted from human to human by the bites of infected female mosquitoes.

No more hill cutting, deforestation

Again landslide took lives in hilly areas. On June 13, heavy rains triggered a series of landslides and floods in three hilly districts, Chittagong and Cox's Bazar took more than 150 lives including four army personnel.

Steps needed to stop child killing, torture

Incidents of killing, torture and abuse of children are on the rise across the country with brutalities against kids reaching a whole new level.

Classical win for Tigers

Bangladesh creates a history again in Cardiff of England. Tigers clinched an epic win over New Zealand at Sophia Gardens on Friday overcoming the early collapse.

Action needed against food adulteration

Holy Ramadan is going on. But, the tension rises over food quality including Iftar. A group of people are using toxic chemicals with foods to gain more benefit. Greedy businessmen got involved with adulteration of food. As a result, the market is full of adulterated, toxic and unhealthy foods. The public health is in serious risk due to the adulterated food.