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Bangladesh

Bangladesh garment workers return to work amid lockdown

Thousands of textile workers have returned to work in factories in Bangladesh amid a nationwide coronavirus lockdown, raising fears of...

Bangladesh going ahead in exporting defense textile

Textiles for military uniforms face a complex set of challenges. They must provide protection, durability and comfort in a wide range o...

BD textile workers flout coronavirus lockdown to demand wa...

Hundreds of textile workers in Bangladesh's capital Dhaka took to the streets on Sunday demanding wages, flouting social distancing nor...

Covid-19: Social protection initiatives scanty in Banglade...

Bangladesh is coming up with the fewest social protection initiatives in the Asia Pacific region, finds a United Nations position repor...

Infection keeps rising in Bangladesh as people defy lockdo...

Authorities including military forces are still struggling to ensure social distancing to contain the novel coronavirus-induced disease...

Apparel factories to reopen on Sunday amid deepening coron...

Although the coronavirus tally in the country continues to spiral every passing day, clothing manufacturers are going to reopen their f...

Hundreds of doctors in Bangladesh infected with coronaviru...

As coronavirus cases mount in Bangladesh, its government struggles to keep its front-line healthcare workers free from getting infected...

Indian BSF fires rubber bullets at Bangladesh border

Three people, including a member of Border Guard Bangladesh (BGB), were injured when Indian Border Security Force (BSF) personnel fired...

J-10 a strategic choice for Bangladesh Air Force

The Chengdu J-10 multi-role single engine powered fighter aircraft represents a strategically and economically viable option for the Ba...

SAMI in $5 billion MRO venture in Bangladesh

Saudi Arabian Military Industries (SAMI) is planning to invest $5 billion in a bid to set up an MRO (maintenance, repair, and operating...

Bangladesh, Nepal raise with India Bengal’s decision to ha...

Bangladesh and Nepal have raised with India the West Bengal government’s decision to halt cross-border trade through its territor...

Bangladesh threatens to sue factory owners who don't pay w...

Bangladesh will sue factory owners who do not pay their staff during the coronavirus lockdown, an official has warned, with tens of tho...

Bangladesh Navy's anti-submarine warfare capability is on...

Anti-submarine warfare is the most complex among all types of naval operations. It requires highly skilled manpower, warships, submarin...

Bangladesh needs no Indian army to fight COVID-19, says fo...

Bangladesh foreign minister AK Abdul Momen on Wednesday said that Bangladesh did not require services of the Indian Army team for conta...

Bangladesh still has lowest press freedom in South Asia

Ranked 151st in the 2020 World Press Freedom Index, Bangladesh is still the lowest among all South Asian countries. In fact, the countr...

Bangladesh fears disaster as Covid-19 cases surge

Bangladesh has seen a surge in Covid-19 infections, deaths and community transmissions in hotspot zones. Since detection of its first...

COVID-19: Implementation of Bangladesh’s 10 big projects u...

The work of metro rail is halted The implementation of ten big projects in the power and infrastructure sectors has become uncerta...

BAF’s C-130J aircraft transported Maldivians to their own...

A C-130J transport aircraft of Bangladesh Air Force (BAF) left Dhaka for Maldives on Monday (20-04-2020) with 71 Maldivians and a 10 me...

Police in Bangladesh at great risk from pandemic

Police officers in Bangladesh remain vulnerable to contracting the novel coronavirus while working in the field to ensure people’...

Another Mujib killer nabbed?

Risaldar Moslehuddin in 1975; suspected Moslehuddin now. Indian agencies have arrested an octogenarian Muslim man from the bor...

“Nayakrishi Andolan” shows Bangladeshi farmers the way for...

Despite being the food producers of the country, Bangladesh’s, farmers find it difficult to market their produce and make a decen...