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DHAKA : Water Lily is the national flower of Bangladesh where many people make delicious curry with the aquatic flowering … More
DHAKA : A floating wholesale market in Bangladesh’s southern Barisal district, some 180 km south of Dhaka, is abuzz with … More
DHAKA : The cultivation of betel leaves, locally called “Paan”, is increasing in parts of Bangladesh. Farmers in Bangladesh’s Bagerhat … More
At least 16 worshippers killed during Friday night prayers when a blast sent flames raging through the mosque. A gas … More
Ferry accidents are common in Bangladesh due to poor safety standards in the country’s many shipyards. The ferries are often … More
KUALA LUMPUR : Malaysia can no longer take in Rohingya Muslim refugees from Myanmar, Prime Minister Muhyiddin Yassin said on … More
The Bangladeshi capital has had coronavirus restrictions since 26 March. Photographer Noor Alam, who lives in the city, has been … More
“Nobody knows how many people have died. It could be 50 or even more,” recalls Khadiza Begum. The 50-year-old was … More
Sobita Modi, a woman in her early fifties, had to take charge of her life with no aid from anyone … More
NAYPYIDAW: AS the world focuses its attention on the Covid-19 pandemic, an anti-drug watch group reveals the market for synthetic … More
Australia was closely monitoring the situation and was supporting Bangladesh in responding to impacts of the coronavirus in its refugee camps.
The apparel industry is scrambling to make up for lost sales, big brands are continuing to pass on their financial burdens onto factories in garment-making countries as a feasible way to save their flailing businesses.
BANGKOK POST EDITORIAL – 3 MAY 2020 Day by day, the effects of coronavirus on society’s most marginalised are laid … More