Dhaka, Bangladesh

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Remembering John Lang, a 19th century Australian novelist with an Indian connection.

History always knocks on the door,/Sometimes we notice it, and

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The youth have to move forward

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Uncovering corals LA Times

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The Revelation

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Middle-income status in 3 years: PM

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Thursday affirmed that Bangladesh will become a middle-income country within the next three years before the targeted 2021 since the country has already stepped into that stair through becoming a lower middle-income country, reports UNB. "We've already stepped into that stair as Bangladesh has been declared a lower middle-income country. I can assure you it won't take 2021, before that time we would be able to establish ourselves as a middle- income country from a lower-middle income one. Perhaps it would take 2-3 years… I've that conviction," she said. The Prime Minister was addressing a function at her official residence Ganobhaban after opening the Cox's Bazar International Airport construction project ...  read more>>


PictorialRoads being repaired ahead of Eid for smooth plying of vehicles. The  read more>>

Disclose list of bank money plunderers, BNP to Muhith

BNP on Thursday urged Finance Minister AMA Muhith to reveal  read more>>

12 militants held in city

Members of Rapid Action Battalion (RAB) in simultaneous drives arrested  read more>>


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