bodrum escort escort bodrum


JP presidium member Bablu to marry Ershad’s niece

  Live Correspondent: Presidium member of Jatiya Party, Ziauddin Ahmed Bablu is set to marry party chief HM Ershad’s niece. Bablu, 63, will tie the knot with university teacher Mehe Zebunnesa Rahman on April 21. Both the families agreed to the marriage and blessed the to be couple, said Sunil Subho Roy, Ershad’s press secretary on Wednesday. Former general secretary of JP,... details

‘PM’s India tour failed to meet people’s expectations’

  Live Correspondent: BNP secretary general Mirza Fakhrul Islam Alamgir on Tuesday alleged that Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina’s India visit has failed to fulfil the hopes and aspirations of the country’s people. ‘The people of Bangladesh expected that the Teesta water sharing deal would be signed as over a crore of people depend on the river. Unfortunately, it was not signed.... details

Bangladesh got nothing, BNP about PM’s tour

  Live Correspondent: BNP on Monday alleged that Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has given India everything it wanted, but failed to realise anything for Bangladesh during her visit to the neighbouring country. "The Prime Minister has failed to sign the Teesta water-sharing deal to ensure Bangladeshi people's due right. West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee yesterday (Sunday) said... details

BNP, Jamaat create militancy

Live Correspondent: Cultural Affairs Minister Asaduzzaman Noor today said the BNP-Jamaat triggered militancy in the country at a time when the nation was progressing fast. "BNP and Jammat are hatching conspiracies when the country is developing tremendously under the dynamic leadership of Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina," he said speaking as the chief guest at the triennial conference of... details

People worried over PM’s visit to India

  Live Correspondent: BNP on Thursday said that people are extremely worried over the Prime Minister’s visit to India as the government did not clear whether a defense deal or MoU with the neighbouring country is going to be signed or not. “There’s a speculation that a defense deal or MoU will be signed with India during the Prime Minister’s tour. But the government didn’t... details

Govt. to construct more four ‘eco-parks’ in Dhaka

Live Correspondent: The government will construct another four 'eco-park' surrounding the Dhaka city with a view to developing environment of the capital, and for entertainment and checking encroachment of river banks by the land grabbers. Shipping Minister Shajahan Khan said this as chief guest while inaugurating 'Eco-Park rides' developed by the Bangladesh Inland Water Transport Authority... details

People concerned over PM’s Delhi tour

   Live Correspondent: A day before the Prime Minister undertakes her India tour, BNP on Thursday alleged that the country’s people are extremely worried over the visit as the government did not clear whether a defence deal or MoU with the neighbouring country is going to be signed or not. “There’s a speculation that a defence deal or MoU will be signed with India during the... details

IU Chhatra League council tomorrow

IU Live:  The annual council of Bangladesh Chhatra League (BCL), Islamic University (IU) chapter, will be held tomorrow. BCL Central president Saifur Rahman Shohag will inaugurate the council around 10am while Joint Secretary of Bangladesh Awami League (AL), Mahbubul Alam Hanif is expected to attend the function as the chief guest. BCL central secretary SM Zakir Hossain will present here... details

BNP slams govt for ‘failure’ to sign Teesta deal…

  Live Correspondent:  Alleging that the current government is accountable to a particular country, not to people, Bangladesh Nationalist Party (BNP) senior vice chairman Hafizuddin Ahmed on Wednesday said Bangladesh will not get the due share of water of Teesta and other common rivers unless a pro-people government comes to power. “Our main problem with India is over water. India... details

‘Make all possible deals, MoUs public before PM’s India visit’

  Live Correspondent:  Bangladesh Nationalist Party (BNP) on Tuesday demanded the government make public before the Prime Minister’s India tour all the possible deals and MoUs to be signed with the neighbouring country.At a press conference at the party’s Nayapaltan central office, its secretary general Mirza Fakhrul Islam Alamgir also opposed any defence deal with India, warning that... details

Suspended, Reinstated. Suspended again…

  Live Correspondent: The Local Government Division of the LGRD Ministry issued several letters Sunday morning, removing three mayors elected with BNP endorsement from office. In a confounding turn of events, the mayors of Rajshahi and Sylhet City Corporations were suspended Sunday morning within hours of assuming office. Both mayors had been suspended earlier because of their... details

‘IPU Assembly in Dhaka a farce’

  Live Correspondent: BNP standing committee members have termed the holding of the 136th Assembly of Inter-Parliamentary Union (IPU) in Bangladesh a ‘farce’, alleging that ‘parliament does not represent people’ and democratic institutions in Bangladesh and have been ‘destroyed’ is nothing but a farce. BNP secretary general Mirza Fakhrul Islam Alamgir commented this on... details

Begum Zia to sit with top BNP leaders Sunday night

Live Correspondent: BNP Chairperson Khaleda Zia will have a meeting with her party’s standing committee members Sunday night to discuss country’s latest political situation and to work out the party’s next course of action. The meeting will be held at the BNP chief’s Gulshan office around 8:30pm, BNP media wing member Sayrul Khan said. Sources said issues including Comilla city... details