Husband and wife will have equal ownership in the Ashrayan homes: HPM Sheikh Hasina

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has said she wants to make sure that everyone in Bangladesh gets their own home, land and address as her government continues working for inclusive development. “My aim is to make sure that not a single person remains homeless in Bangladesh,” she told the Bangla service of Voice of America in an intervie...

Bangladesh's participation in UNGA was successful: HPM Sheikh Hasina

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina today said Bangladesh's active participation in all important meetings in the UN General Assembly (UNGA) would strengthen Bangladesh's position in multilateral forums along with widening the field of international cooperation on issues relating to the country's interests. "During the UN assembly, Bangladesh actively...

Int’l Recognitions Testify to World Community's Trust in Sheikh Hasina

Dr. Pranab Kumar Panday: Bangladeshi politics is characterised, in part, by the opposition for its own sake. To put it simply, any political party in Bangladesh's opposition believes the government is doing nothing but destroying the country. They are entirely unable to perceive the government's successes in a positive light. Constantly finding...

'This woman is a force': Washington Post sheds a different light on HPM Sheikh Hasina

The Washington Post columnist Petula Dvorak has lauded Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina for her humour, wit, and the role she has played as a leader while still making time to do everything that a loving mother and grandmother is supposed to do. "This woman is a force," Dvorak's column reads as it narrates Sheikh Hasina and her achievements and str...

Sheikh Hasina only hope against radicals: India Today

Calling Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina as "only hope" for holding the country's founding principal secularism, an opinion piece published in India Today took a dig at the BNP-Jamaat alliance for getting political benefit from the gruesome assassination that left Sheikh Mujibur Rahman and most of his family members dead on the tragic nig...

Sheikh Hasina Relentlessly working for Golden Bengal

Hiren Pandit:  The Awami League under the leadership of Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina, the lucky daughter of the Father of the Nation, Bangabandhu, has been in power for more than an era and is working for the welfare of the people. Sheikh Hasina has walked the path of history, no one is seen like this in contemporary history. An heir of Ba...

Bangladesh's diplomacy on Sheikh Hasina’s watch

Syed Badrul Ahsan: Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina's insistence in recent times that the sanctions imposed by the West on Russia in light of Moscow's military assault on Ukraine be lifted is a powerful hint of Bangladesh's assertive diplomacy under her leadership. There is little question that the Bangladesh leader, who has been in office long...

The birth of a visionary leader

Dr. Pranab Kumar Panday:  Bangladesh's political climate has always been tumultuous. Nothing worthwhile in this nation has ever been accomplished without considerable effort. Bangabandhu fought for the independence of Bangladesh during his lifetime so that the people of Bengal might be free. After Bangladesh gained independence, Bangabandh...

Why Bangladeshis take pride in Sheikh Hasina

Dr. Rashid Askari: We may not have a Joe Biden to add a new chapter to American history or a Vladimir Putin to push back the boundaries of Russian territory by military might; we may not have a Xi Jinping to invite the world to his 'Belt and Road Initiative' or a Narendra Modi to shepherd the Indian towards a one-family world (Vasudhaiva Kutumb...

Awami League always fought to establish democracy: HPM Sheikh Hasina

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Saturday (September 24, 2022) reiterated that election process only becomes transparent in the tenure of the Awami League (AL) government which was never been in the past. "AL never ever came to the power through rigging votes. Rather, AL always comes to the power through the votes of the people," she said. The ...

Stop war and sanctions, build peace: HPM Sheikh Hasina at the UN

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina today gave utmost importance to dialogue to resolve crises and disputes, urging the world community to stop the arms race, war and sanctions for building a peaceful world. "My urge to the conscience of the world community- stop the arms race, war, and sanctions, ensure food and security of the children; build peace,...

HPM Sheikh Hasina invites US businesses to invest in Bangladesh's growing economy

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina today called upon the US investors to make investments in various sectors that included renewable energy, shipbuilding, automobile and pharmaceuticals in Bangladesh saying that Bangladesh is pleased to offer a special economic zone for them. “I would like to invite US investors to invest in renewable energy, s...

HPM Sheikh Hasina breaks down in tears while talking about Rohingya's every day struggles

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina broke down in tears and was overwhelmed with emotion in New York Thursday while talking about the everyday ordeals of the forcibly displaced Myanmar nationals – Rohingyas. She was speaking at a high-level meeting on the Rohingya crisis at a hotel. "She (PM) could not control her tears while talking about the ...

Create pressure on Myanmar to repression on ethnic and religious minorities: HPM Sheikh Hasina

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina today expressed her grave concerns over the holdup in Rohingya repatriation as the international attention is gradually shifting from the issue to newer global and internal conflicts in Myanmar, calling upon the UN and global community to take effective measures for their sustainable repatriation to their motherland....

HPM Sheikh Hasina seeks global solidarity to overcome the impacts of the war in Ukraine

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina today stressed the need for strong political commitment and global solidarity in finding ways to overcome the crises caused by the Ukraine war that has rattled the global economy and added fresh challenges to the Covid-19 recovery and SDG implementation process. "We do need to find ways and means to bring an amicabl...

HPM Sheikh Hasina for strong global partnership to eliminate homelessness

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina calls upon all the world leaders to form a strong global partnership to say goodbye to the curse of homelessness, saying that she believes a safe and decent shelter is the basic right of every individual. “Homelessness is indeed a curse. It affects people in both developing and developed countries. Our experie...

Sheikh Hasina’s Visionary Leadership and Crisis Management Strategies

Dr. Rashid Askari: There is no scarcity of people who suffer from inverted snobbery or tall poppy syndrome. There is never the dearth of people who fancy denouncing the power that be without rhyme or reason. What good is it criticising for the sake of criticism itself? When it comes to evaluating Sheikh Hasina’s achievement as the pr...

HPM Sheikh Hasina proposes three points to strengthen UN's strive for achieving gender equality

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina today laid emphasis on the integration of women in the decision-making process, saying that it is important to have them in the leadership team to reflect on the solutions and benefit from their experiences and perspective. "Women are disproportionately affected during crises. It is, therefore, important to integrat...

Sheikh Hasina: Daughter of Democracy and Herald of Change

She gave the nation a new vision – Vision 2021, transforming Bangladesh into a middle-income country. She gave Bangladeshis the dream of Digital Bangladesh- an IT-based country. Four decades into independence, she has brought solace to 3 million martyrs and their families by initiating the much-awaited war crimes trial. Prime Minister She...

Sheikh Hasina: Pioneer of Digital Bangladesh, Humanitarian Leadership & Progress

The greatest Bengali, who led the nation for freedom from the thousand-years-chain of subordination, was none but Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman. He finally declared independence on March 26 in 1971, following the two-long decades of struggles for freedom. The Bengali nation leapt into the war at the risk of their lives. The whole 55,000 squa...