Bangladesh

men are from Mars, women are from Venus

Men are from Mars, women are from Venus

In the latest "men are from Mars, women are from Venus" debate, neuroscience jumps into the fray. In what UPI deems the "largest functional brain imaging survey ever," researchers from California's Amen Clinics used...
39 died in flood-related incidents in the affected areas in the last three days

39 died in flood-related incidents in the affected areas in the last three days

The flood situation slightly improved in Panchagarh, Thakurgaon, Dinajpur, Nilphamari, Rangpur and Lalmonirhat districts and deteriorated further in Sirajganj, Bogra, Tangail, Jamalpur, Kurigram, Gaibandha and Natore on Tuesday with rise in water levels in...
The best 10 countries to live in if you're a woman

The best 10 countries to live in if you’re a woman

In 1909, the first International Women's Day was celebrated. It came after a strike that protested against horrible working conditions for women, and since then, plenty of other women's issues have been brought to...
German entrepreneurs to invest more in Bangladesh

German entrepreneurs to invest more in Bangladesh

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Thursday urged the German entrepreneurs to invest more in Bangladesh taking the advantage of the cheap labour and other facilities the country is currently providing. She made the call when...
68.65 million people in Bangladesh use mobile internet

68.65 million people in Bangladesh use mobile internet

The number of internet customers in Bangladesh has grown 9 percent to 73.35 million over the four months through June, powered by mobile internet. Bangladesh Telecommunication Regulatory Commission or BTRC published the data on its...
Bangladesh has approached AIIB for a loan of $1 bn

Bangladesh has approached AIIB for a loan of $1 bn

Bangladesh has approached AIIB, the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank, for a loan of $1 bn for seven infrastructure projects. Finance Minister AMA Muhith made the proposal to AIIB Vice-President DJ Pandian at the secretariat on...
Much of South Asia could be too hot to live in by 2100: Scientists

Much of South Asia could be too hot to live in by 2100: Scientists

Climate change could make much of South Asia - home to a fifth of the world's population - too hot for human survival by the end of this century, scientists warned on Wednesday. If climate...
Dhaka-Beijing defence ties reach 'unprecedented heights'

Dhaka-Beijing defence ties reach ‘unprecedented heights’

Over the past four decades, Bangladesh and China have maintained close military ties reaching defence relations between the two countries 'unprecedented heights', said the Chinese Embassy in Dhaka on Monday. "China is not only a...
BB governor for more initiatives to control classified loan

BB governor for more initiatives to control classified loan

Bangladesh Bank (BB) Governor Fazle Kabir on Monday asked the chief executives of scheduled banks and financial institutions (FIs) to be more active in controlling the classified loans for sustaining the economic growth and...
Rise of environmental movement

Rise of environmental movement

The environment has been wielding the whole world life and its ecosystem from the time immemorial. Untoward environment destroys the living world. On the other hand, the utile environment ameliorates the community and civilization....