Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina yesterday instructed the energy and mineral resources ministry to invite fresh bids for offshore blocks to ensure optimum extraction of oil and gas from the Bay of Bengal.
Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has been lying in order to hide the government's failure with derogatory remarks on Ziaur Rahaman, BNP acting secretary general Mirza Fakhrul Islam Alamgir blamed.
President Abdul Hamid today urged people of all religions to further strengthen the existing fraternity and friendly bonding with a view to ensuring national advancement and prosperity.
The government will appoint an international consultant to re-design offshore blocks in the Bay following settlement of dispute with India and Myanmar over maritime boundary.
Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina Tuesday directed the officials concerned to take steps for ensuring timely delivery of machine-readable passports without any hassle and harassment to the applicants.
The government has decided to seek opinion from the stakeholders before giving license to the controversial Multi Level Marketing (MLM) company Destiny 2000 Ltd.
The Executive Committee of the National Economic Council (ECNEC) has approved five projects, including the Matarbari coal-run power plant project, involving Tk 37,339 crore.
The High Court yesterday issued a rule upon the government to explain in four weeks as to why two high officials of the Destiny Group should not be granted bail in two money laundering cases.
Showing attacking gesture, the Social Welfare Minister said journalists were “uneducated, non-graduate and also characterless.”
The government is mulling to create entrepreneurs in Information Technology (IT) in all the 480 upazilas aimed at creating scope for self employment for the youths.
The country’s informal business sector has categorically identified “bribery and corruption” in the National Board of Revenue (NBR) and its officials as major obstacles in doing business in Bangladesh.
The government has set up the ‘National Consumer Complaint Centre’ aimed at preserving consumer rights and receiving complaints from consumers centrally under the Consumers’ Right Protection Act.
The government is looking to save agricultural land from further shrinkage through constructing multi-storeyed buildings in villages.
A lawyer sent a legal notice to the government, seeking a stop to the airing of all Indian TV channels in Bangladesh within 24 hours.
Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has said several conspiracies are now being hatched against her government by various quarters in different parts of the world.
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