Dhaka: 11:29 PM, Sun, 24 Sep, 2017

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.

A historic win

Australia need 21 runs and Bangladesh need one wicket to win the Test match. There were jubilant scenes of celebration when Taijul Islam claimed the final wicket to seal a nail-biting victory and make a history.


Stop oppression on Rohingya people

Myanmar's north-western Rakhine state is in bad condition. More than 100 people have been killed in clashes between Rohingya rebels and Myanmar security forces since Friday.  About 12 members of law enforcing agencies have also been killed, according to the news published in the media.

Take quick steps to repair roads, railways

Several days are left for holy Eid-ul-Azha, one of the largest religious festivals for Muslim communities. Many will leave the capital Dhaka to celebrate Eid with their near and dear ones. But they may face a lot of sufferings during journey to their homes due to this year’s floods in different parts of the country.

A chapter of Bangla film comes to an end

Legendary Bangla film actor Razzak has passed away. He has won the hearts of millions through his powerful acting in the Bangla film. All of his fans were overwhelmed with his outstanding acting.

We will have to stand beside flood-hit people

Fresh areas in the country are being inundated in the ongoing floods triggered by incessant rain. As per the information provided by the department of disaster management under disaster and relief ministry as of Thursday afternoon, a total of 131 upazilas in 26 districts have been flooded and over 1.86 lakh families in those upazilas have been affected by floods.

Let supply of sacrificial animals be safe

Only two weeks are left for the Eid-ul-Azha, one of the two largest festivals for Muslim communities. Muslim communities around the world have started taking preparations to celebrate Eid-ul-Azha.

August 15, we should dedicate ourselves

Today is August 15, the National Mourning Day for Bangladesh. The day is the most heartbreaking and pathetic for Bangladesh and Bengali nation. Today is the 42nd anniversary of martyrdom of 'Greatest Bengali of All Time' and the father of the nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman.

Take measures to prevent price hike of commodities

Prices of essential commodities are going up continuously. Prices of onions and vegetables are going out of reach.