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“The development limits of foreign workers in Malaysia” – Ramasamy

COMMENT BY YB PROF DR P.RAMASAMY, DEPUTY CHIEF MINISTER II, PENANG I agree with the Minister of Human Resources, M. Saravanan that the Bangladesh...

India announces 4.5-billion-dollar credit line for Bangladesh

New Delhi - India and Bangladesh signed 22 bilateral agreements aimed at boosting economic and political ties on Saturday, among them a 4.5 billion-dollar...

IS claims credit for Bangladesh blasts as death toll rises to...

Dhaka – The Islamic State militant group has claimed responsibility for bomb blasts near a suspected militant hideout in Bangladesh, according to a report,...

Bus service launched between India and Bangladesh

  Dhaka, June 8 - Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi (L), Bangladesh's Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina (C) and the Chief Minister of the Indian state...

Stampede kills 10 Hindu pilgrims during Ashtami Snan in Bangladesh!

New Delhi, March 28 - At least 10 Hindu pilgrims were killed and 50 others injured in a stampede during the annual Ashtami Snan on...

Bangladeshi minister, 67, marries 29-year-old!

New Delhi, November 4 - A politician's marriage does not always make news. Except in this case, where the bridegroom was 67 years old while...

21 Dead, Over 100 missing in Bangladesh Ferry Sinking

DHAKA, Aug 7 - Death toll from a ferry that capsized in Padma River in Bangladesh's central Munshiganj district rose to 21 on Thursday...

Ferry carrying hundreds sinks in Central Bangladesh

DHAKA, May 16 -- A search operation is under way after a ferry carrying hundreds of passengers sank in a river on Thursday following...

Awami League Set To Retain Power In Bangladesh

Dhaka, Jan 7 - The Awami League (AL) has secured majority in the 10th parliamentary election of Bangladesh, winning 105 seats out of the...

Bangladesh Ruling Party Wins Poll Hit By Violence, Boycott

Dhaka, Jan 6 - Bangladesh's ruling Awami League won a violence-plagued parliamentary election whose outcome was never in doubt after a boycott by the...