Exclusive Interview of the Iranian Ambassador to Bangladesh
Foreign media agencies continue to misinterpret Iran’s up-coming Election set-up
The second round of political consultation between Iran and Bangladesh to take place between August and September
Iran ready to increase trade volume worth to Thursday, June 13th, 2013
Bangladeshis like nothing better than an election. With just six months left before another chance comes along to elect a government anew, already the conversation at dinner tables, roadside tea stalls, and halls of influence has become captive to endless Thursday, June 13th, 2013
Continuous boycott of parliamentary sessions by the opposition had made the Parliament ineffective. It is people’s expectation to see opposition in parliament and take part effectively. Surely, people expected that all the lawmakers would speak up in Parliament for the Thursday, June 13th, 2013
She came, she convinced and then she fled with money – that is how I would describe the incident of fraud, perpetrated by a small time actress plus con artist at my grandmother’s place a few years ago. If memory Thursday, June 13th, 2013
The sight of Mohammad Ashraful in tears as he spoke to the press at his home in Banasree - one of the capital's many recent urban developments catering to the growth of an upwardly mobile, aspirational middle class riding the Thursday, June 6th, 2013
Minister of State for International Development Alan Duncan has said Bangladesh is passing through an important period as it looks to hold national elections, emphasising the importance of a free, fair and credible election.
“Clearly, this is an important period for Thursday, June 6th, 2013
Rarely does a particular fish become a part of the national GDP. The hilsa is one such fish in Bangladesh. The economic-splendour of the fish could be amplified by enhancing the effectiveness of its current compensation scheme.
Headed by the prominent Thursday, June 6th, 2013
Sheikh Hasina’s government keeps losing popularity, but in this impoverished political landscape, who can Bangladesh turn to?
“I worry about a cycle of violence that shuts down a city of millions on what seems like a daily basis, that dramatically slows Thursday, May 30th, 2013
The end to the country’s dispute with Myanmar over the maritime boundary has opened up opportunities to explore more resources from the sea and it requires a well-planned intervention by the government, said an expert.
“The verdict given in favour of Thursday, May 30th, 2013
In democracy, violence is never acceptable. Violence slows down growth in a country. Our politicians also understand that political instability hurts the economy. US Under Secretary for Political Affairs Wendy R Sherman also wanted to convey the same message.
The US Thursday, May 30th, 2013