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None can stop Bangladesh's advancement: HPM Sheikh Hasina

Prime minister Sheikh Hasina Wednesday expressed her firm conviction that none can stop the indomitable pace of the country's advancement as it has become a "role model" of development before the world. "Bangladesh is an independent country. None can ever stop the indomitable pace of Bangladesh's advancement. It is much needed to march Banglade...

Awami League places four proposals to President to strengthen EC

Bangladesh Awami League, during the talks with President M Abdul Hamid today placed some proposals, including enacting new law, strengthening the Election Commission (EC) and using EVM like technologies in the polls. The ruling party AL led by its president and Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina gave the proposals as she led the 10-member delegation ...

Monga has been wiped out permanently when Awami League assumed office: HPM Sheikh Hasina

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina today said her government's main focus is on building a modern and technology-knowledge based nation. "Our aim is to turn Bangladesh into a developed and prosperous country through building a modern and technology-knowledge based nation," she said. The premier said this while addressing the inaugural ceremony of th...

Bangladesh to become 24th largest economy by 2030: NHDR Report

Bangladesh is expected to be the 24th largest economy in the world by 2030 despite the adverse impacts of Covid-19 pandemic that has taken huge toll on life and livelihood globally. Bangladesh has also become a digital economy and the nation envisages that it will be a developed economy by 2041, according to the National Human Development Repor...

Bangladesh navigates COVID-19 relatively well: United Nations

Amid sound macroeconomic policies, Bangladesh has navigated the Covid-19 pandemic relatively well, says the United Nations (UN). The country's total economic output is projected to expand by 6 percent in 2022, according to the UN's World Economic Situation and Prospects 2022, which was launched recently. Bangladesh economic activities ride on ...