Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Tuesday thanked the expatriate Bangladeshis for their special contributions towards increasing forex reserve, saying that it is a responsibility of her government to ensure their welfare.
“The expatriate Bangladeshis have special contributions to boosting forex reserves. Especially the role of the workers in this regard is great. So, it’s our duty to look after their betterment,” she said.
The prime minister said the expatriates are also playing an important role in infrastructural development and economy of those ...Details»
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The body of Jayan Chowdhury, grandson of Prime Minister Shiekh Hasina’s cousin Sheikh Selim, who was killed in a serial ...Details»
Bangladesh and Brunei today signed seven instruments for strengthening cooperation mainly in the fields of agriculture, fisheries, livestock, culture and ...Details»
BNP vice-chairman and former minister Barrister Aminul Haque died at a hospital in Dhaka today.
Aminul, 76, breathed his last at ...Details»
At least 137 people have been killed and hundreds more injured in explosions at churches and hotels in Sri Lanka, ...Details»
The holy Shab-e-Barat, known as the night of fortune, will be observed across the country tonight with due religious fervour ...Details»
Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina left Dhaka for Brunei Darussalam this morning on a three-day official visit at the invitation of ...Details»