Bangladesh and Nepal on Monday signed four Memorandum of Understandings (MoUs) to enhance cooperation between the two countries in tourism, sanitation, cultural exchange and railways link.
Hasina, Modi urged: Sign water treaties to keep rivers alive
In the light of mutual friendship, take some effective steps for basinwide management of common rivers by keeping them alive from their sources to the sea.
Bangladesh, Sri Lanka sign MoUs on bilateral cooperation
Dhaka and Colombo on Saturday signed six MoUs to enhance cooperation between the two countries in different areas.
Restriction on public gatherings an ominous sign: BNP
Dhaka, Dec 03 – Strongly protesting the restriction on holding rallies and public meetings in Dhaka metropolitan areas without prior police permission, BNP Wednesday said this ‘anti-people’ move is an ‘ominous’ sign both for politics and democracy.
Attack on UNO an ominous sign: BNP
Dhaka, Sept 04 – Denouncing the nasty attack on Ghoraghat Upazila Nirbahi Officer (UNO) Wahida Khanam, BNP on Friday said it is an ominous sign for the country.
Seven nations sign forest protection pact after Amazon fires
Seven South American countries have agreed measures to protect the Amazon river basin, amid global concern over massive fires in the world’s largest tropical forest, reports BBC. Bolivia, Brazil, Colombia, Ecuador, Guyana, Peru and Suriname signed a pact, setting up…
Dhaka, Beijing sign nine instruments – five on power development
Beijing, Jul 4 – Bangladesh and China on Thursday signed nine instruments for further strengthening cooperation on power, water resources, culture and tourism sectors as well as providing 2,500 metric tonnes of rice for the displaced Rohingyas. The instruments, including…
Zonta, COAST sign MoU to help Rohingyas
Zonta Club of Greater Dhaka on Monday signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Coastal Association for Social Transformation Trust (COAST) to support Rohingya families in Cox’s Bazar.
Khulna Titans sign Paul Stirling, David Wiese
Bangladesh Premier League (BPL) team Khulna Titans have inked deals with Irish cricketer Paul Stirling and South African cricketer David Wiese for the upcoming edition of BPL which is scheduled begin on January 5 next.