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Traveling Between Bangladesh and India Gets Easier

Bangladesh and India have agreed to implement policies on tourist, student, and business visas under the Revised Travel Arrangements (2018). Both countries have agreed...

Education is Uncertain for Jagannathpur High School Girls, Who’s Responsible?

After two years the school opened. The situation has changed a lot. Educational institutions are open with all preparations. But now when students take...

Bangladesh Ranks Most Gender Equal Nation in South Asia for the 8th Time

In the Global Gender Gap Report 2022, Bangladesh was named the most gender-equal country in South Asia for the eighth consecutive year. According to a...

Floods Wreaked Havoc on Bangladesh, Killing Dozens and Stranding Millions

After days of monsoon rains caused catastrophic flooding in Bangladesh, dozens of people were killed and millions of homes were destroyed. The disaster has...

Bangladesh Welcomes FIFA World Cup Trophy

A chartered airplane carrying the original trophy arrived at Hazrat Shahjalal International Airport, which will visit Bangladesh from June 8 to 11. The Fifa World...

Budget for FY 2022-23 to be Watchfully Increased

State Minister for Planning Shamsul Alam said the government is planning the budget with caution, avoiding excessive increases in spending in light of the...

Russia Markets Crude Oil to Bangladesh

Russia wants to sell crude oil to Bangladesh in order to diversify its oil export market in the face of Western sanctions over its...

Bangladesh Amongst Top 20 Potential Countries in Solar Farm Capacity

According to data published lately by the Global Energy Monitor, Bangladesh is one of the top 20 countries with potential solar farm capacity (GEM)....

2.15 Lacs Lives Lost in 2019 from Pollution in Bangladesh

According to a new global study, pollution caused over 2.15 lakh premature deaths in Bangladesh in 2019. Poor air quality was the leading cause...

Climate Crisis Causing Bangladeshi Children to Quit School to Seek Work

As a result of family migration following climate-related disasters, UNICEF estimates that 1.7 million of the country's children are currently working. Alamin's house stood on...

Bengal Tigers are Reportedly Migrating to Indian Sundarbans in Search of Mates

International borders are only for humans, and animals do not follow the geographical marks that we have established. They define their own territories and...

Is Bangladesh Headed Towards a Sri Lanka-like Economic Crisis?

Dhaka, like Colombo, has taken on enormous foreign loans to start on what opponents refer to as "white elephant" projects. According to analysts, the...
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