Fast Track Trial: Reality & Expectation

Dhaka, Nov. 8 -- Nusrat Jahan Rafi is now regarded as a symbol of justice, protest and dignity of women. The trial of Nusrat Jahan Rafi Case got top priority as fast track trial in Bangladesh. The his... Read More

Tale of a bridge that will survive more than 200 years

Dhaka, Nov. 8 -- It took long 10 years to complete the construction of a bridge. And the bridge will remain in good condition for more than 200 years! Sounds unbelievable? That is the story goes for t... Read More

SDG 7: How Biogas Provides Affordable Energy Demands in Bangladesh

Dhaka, Nov. 8 -- Global context of energy utilization demands nexus of environment and development'. Biogas is one of the most eco-friendly substitute renewable energy sources to meet energy requireme... Read More

BNP leader Sadeque Hossain Khoka dies in USA

Dhaka, Nov. 8 -- Sadeque Hossain Khoka, former mayor of undivided Dhaka City Corporation and BNP vice-chairman, died on Monday in the USA. He was 67. Khoka, also valiant freedom fighter, breathed his... Read More

Call drop

Dhaka, Nov. 8 -- The dispute between Grameenphone, Robi and BTRC comes to a head. On September 5, the Bangladesh Telecommunication Regulatory Commission (BTRC) served notices to the country's two lea... Read More

ICT among 6 promising sectors in Bangladesh that can help earn $60bn by 2023

Dhaka, Nov. 8 -- The Information and Communications Technology (ICT) and IT-enabled services in Bangladesh have been maintaining a double-digit Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) over the last ten yea... Read More

Sylhet: The Land of Tea & Beauty

Dhaka, Nov. 8 -- Morning, a perfect time to start new day, a new journey. I along with 15 others on such day 6 October 2019 started our tour towards Sylhet. I had been there twice and it was going to ... Read More

Ayub Khan, his diaries, his anti-Bengali stance

Dhaka, Nov. 1 -- Field Marshal Mohammad Ayub Khan, Pakistan's first military dictator, seized power in a coup on 27 October 1958, held on to it till 25 March 1969 and died in April 1974. All these dec... Read More

Surviving in a corrupt state without feeling too sad

Dhaka, Nov. 1 -- I am always reminded of an FF friend of mine called Shahid who even in 1971 thought that once the war was over, there would be chaos and corruption. He was in a training camp which ha... Read More

Imperial enthronement ceremony in Japan displays rich traditional inheritance

Dhaka, Nov. 1 -- People of Japan had the rare opportunity of witnessing the galore of imperial legacy making a comeback in public display with all its pomp and glitter. Last week's Imperial enthroneme... Read More