Boris visits N Ireland, heart of Brexit battle

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Wednesday met leaders in Northern Ireland, the key battleground in Brexit and the focus of increasingly tense rhetoric on both sides of the Irish Sea.

He arrived in Belfast on Tuesday night, amid warnings from Irish leaders that his

Salandor High School seal U-17 girls’ Rugby title

Salandor High School of Thakurgaon clinched the title of First Security Islami Bank Limited U-17 girls' School Rugby competition beating Bibi Marium High School of Narayanganj by 20-5 points in the final held on Wednesday at Paltan ground in the city.

Besides, Shaheed Nabi High

US-China trade meeting ends with sharp response to Trump

Talks between US and Chinese trade officials seeking ways to end a year long trade war lasted barely half a day before ending on Wednesday with a terse response from China's Foreign Ministry to US President Donald Trump's warning not to stall.

As US Trade

Police officer dies of dengue in city

A sub-inspector of police’s special branch (SB) died on early Wednesday in the city after suffering from dengue.

The victim was identified as Kohinoor Akter.

Sources at Malibagh SB office, where she was posted, said Kohinoor was diagnosed with the mosquito-borne disease

Ram Chandra Das new chairman of BPC

Additional Secretary Ram Chandra Das has joined Bangladesh Parjatan Corporation (BPC) as the organization's Chairman.

Ram Chandra Das joined Bangladesh government service as an Assistant Secretary in 1991. He belongs to Bangladesh Civil Service (BCS) 9th batch. Before joining Bangladesh Parjatan Corporation, Ram Chandra

Seminar on promoting quality education held at SEU

Southeast University (SEU) organized a seminar on "Role of Media in Promoting Quality Education in the Private Sector" on Wednesday at the Seminar Hall of SEU, Banani, Dhaka. Mohibul Hassan Chowdhury, MP, Ministry of Education, was present as the Chief Guest in the program. Prof Dr Kazi Shahidullah,

It’s humanitarian crisis, Quader about dengue

Terming the dengue situation a humanitarian crisis, Awami League General Secretary Obaidul Quader on Wednesday said everyone should work together to tackle the crisis.

“Cleanliness drives will continue in every moholla [small residential area] and para [neigbourhood] of the country. The government will be