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Make quality films upholding history, culture: PM

Make quality films upholding history, culture: PM

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina today called on the filmmakers to produce quality films by upholding the country's history, culture and tradition and assured that her government will do whatever is necessary for it.

"We want those who make movies in Bangladesh to produce films that would contain the country's history, culture and heritage and earn international accolades," she said while distributing the National Film Awards-2015.

Sheikh Hasina said Bangladesh is marching forward in every sector. "We don't want to lag ...Details»

Celebrity coupleTahsan, Mithila announce their divorce

Celebrity coupleTahsan, Mithila announce their divorce

Popular actor, singer Tahsan and his actress wife Mithila announced the end of their eleven-year marriage, ending all rumors.

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Actor Abdur Ratin dies

Actor Abdur Ratin dies

Stage, television and cinema actor Abdur Ratin has died.

He was admitted to the hospital with Chikunagunia. Later, he ...Details»

Cricketer Arafat Sunny gets bail

Cricketer Arafat Sunny gets bail

Cricketer Arafat Sunny today secured bail in a dowry case, in which he was indicted yesterday and subsequently wanted for ...Details»

Wall collapse at Senegal football stadium kills 8

Wall collapse at Senegal football stadium kills 8

Eight people were killed and at least 49 others injured after a wall collapsed at a football stadium in Senegal.

It ...Details»

Shakib Al Hasan sidelined for five days

Shakib Al Hasan sidelined for five days

Bangladesh's premier all-rounder Shakib Al Hasan could not participate in the conditioning camp today due to a slight injury to ...Details»

What's behind Tamim's silence?

What's behind Tamim's silence?

Bangladesh opening batsman Tamim Iqbal and his family were a victim of hate crime, says a Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) ...Details»

Zimbabwe clinch ODI series against Sri Lanka

Zimbabwe clinch ODI series against Sri Lanka

Zimbabwe edged out Sri Lanka by three wickets in the fifth one-day international on Monday to clinch their first overseas ...Details»

Aussies boycott S. Africa tour in pay dispute

Aussies boycott S. Africa tour in pay dispute

Australia's players on Thursday boycotted this month's Australia A tour to South Africa, escalating a bitter pay dispute which threatens ...Details»

'Aamir earned more goodwill than Tata & Birla'

'Aamir earned more goodwill than Tata & Birla'

Bollywood actor Paresh Rawal, who will be seen portraying the role of the late Sunil Dutt in the yet-untitled Sanjay ...Details»