Dhaka Metropolitan Police (DMP) on Thursday issued car parking management directives ahead of the second phase of 56th Bishwa Ijtema, the second largest congregation of Muslims after the holy hajj.
Devotees from different parts of the country have come for the second phase of Bishwa Ijtema. The DMP has instructed the vehicle...
Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina today told the Jatiya Sangsad (JS) that Bangladesh is not taking loan from the International Monetary Fund (IMF) on any condition.
"IMF only lends (to any country) when the country attains the ability for repayment. We are not taking loan (from the IMF) with any condition," she said while responding to a question from the Jatiya Party lawmaker Md Mujibul Haque of Kishoreganj-3 constituency.
Taking floor on a point of order, Mujibul Haque said Bangladesh is now meeting some conditions to get loan from IMF and already raised the electricity tariff and will increase gas tariff, which will lead to price hike of commodities and inflation.
The Leader of the House said that the government is providing subsidy to power and gas. "My ...
NATO countries are set to announce new "heavier weapons" for Ukraine, the alliance's chief said on Wednesday, as Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky called on his backers to speed up their decision-making.
US Secretary of Defence Lloyd Austin will convene a meeting of around 50 countries on Friday at the US-run Ramstein military base in Germany, including all 30 members of the NATO alliance.
"The main message there (in Ramstein) will be more support and more advanced support, heavier weapons, and more modern weapons, because this is a fight for our values," NATO chief Jens Stoltenberg told the World Economic Forum in Davos.
Many of Ukraine's allies have announced plans to step up their military support to Kyiv this month despite the risk of antagonising Russia, notably Brita...
A special fund of at least Tk 1.5 billion is going to be created for road-accident victims and fatally injured people, as the Road Transport Rules 2022 (RTR) has kept the provision of forming the fund by collecting fees from vehicles.
To create the fund, the RTR guides to collect Tk 1,500, Tk 1,000, Tk 750, Tk 500, and Tk 300 each from the motorised transports, according to types, during their registration and renewal.
According to the Bangladesh Road Transport Authority (BRTA) data, a total of 55,92,059 registered transports of different kinds were operating in the ...