The nation is observing the 'Genocide Day' today for the first time in remembrance of the brutality carried out by Pakistani Army on the unarmed Bengalis on the black night of March 25 in 1971.

 

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina today put emphasis on a proper enforcement of laws to ensure quality education at the private universities, saying that her government has been working tirelessly for the expansion of higher education in the country.

 

The 4th Health, Population and Nutrition Sector Programme (HPNSP) involving Tk 1.15 lakh crore got ECNEC's approval today for improving equity, quality and efficiency for Universal Health Coverage and achieving health-related Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

 

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina inaugurated and laid the foundation stones of 28 development projects involving Taka 327 crore.

 

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina said the country would be in a state of ruin if any evil force like BNP and Jamaat gets the opportunity to grab power again like 2001 and urged the countrymen to remain careful about the threat.

 

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina extended her heartiest congratulations to Bangladesh cricket team for their historic victory in their centenary Test against Sri Lanka.

 

Putting emphasis on modernization of weaving industry and multipurpose use of its products, Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina assured of extending all kinds of cooperation for further expansion of the industry.

 

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina urged Awami League leaders and workers to take a fresh vow to build Bangladesh as a developed and peaceful country in South Asia.

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