Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina today urged the international community for inclusion of the persons with disabilities in the development and disaster risk management process.
The 71st conference of the World Health Organization (WHO) is set to begin tomorrow in Geneva, Switzerland.
World Metrology Day commemorating the anniversary of signature by representatives of seventeen nations of the Metre Convention on 20 May 1875 will be observed today in Bangladesh as elsewhere in the world.
Expatriates' Welfare and Overseas Employment Minister Nurul Islam BSc yesterday said the government is working for the well- being of the people with differently able.
Washington and Beijing have agreed to abandon any trade war and back off from imposing tariffs on each other, Chinese state media reported Sunday.
The "Ekti Bari, Ekti Khamar" (One House, One Farm) Project, one of Prime Minister's 10 special initiatives, so far benefitted 35,000 families in the coastal district of Barguna since its launching in 2009.
The holy month of Ramadan begins tomorrow in the country as the National Moon Sighting Committee took the decision in a meeting yesterday after reviewing reports on moon sighting.
Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina today urged the media to discard a negative frame of mind in general about the government and expected journalists to portray positively whatever is done for the country's betterment.
Cardiovascular patients should follow three guidelines during the holy month of Ramadan to stay safe from heart failure or other severe ailments, an expert suggests.
Bangladesh Railway (BR) today signed an agreement with Korean company Hyundai Rotem to purchase 10 metre-gauge locomotives at a cost of Taka 297.63 crore.
Speakers at a seminar today underscored the need for tapping the huge potentials of flower industry in the country to boost the export earnings through seizing the huge overseas market.