Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina expressed her firm optimism that Bangladesh would advance further and the countrymen would get a beautiful life in Bangla Nababarsha.


The nation is set to celebrate Pahela Baishakh, the first day of Bengali New Year-1424, in a large-scale this year with much enthusiasm and traditional gaiety as the Mangol Shovajatra earned UNESCO recognition as world heritage.


Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina inaugurated a grand musical synchronized fountain and amphitheater at Hatirjheel, a popular recreational spot of Dhaka, describing the twin establishments as Bangla Nababarsha 1424 gifts to the city dwellers and the countrymen.


Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina said the government would arrange counseling for students, teachers and guardians against radicalization of youths.


Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina said BNP chairperson is blindly opposing the success of the government achieved from her recent visit to India.


Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has urged the people to stay alert about spreading confusions regarding the celebration of Pahela Baishakh, the first day of Bangla new year, terming the festival a part of country's heritage.


The Executive Committee of the National Economic Council (ECNEC) has approved eight projects involving a total of Tk 3, 289.43 crore.


Bangladesh will remain patient about the Teesta river deal, thanks to assurance from Indian PM Narendra Modi, despite the uncertainty created by West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee.