Category Archives: INTERVIEW

Dr Habibullah speaks on cancer prevention

Preventive Oncologist Dr Habibullah Talukder, associate professor and head of Cancer Epidemiology at the National Institute of Cancer Research and Hospital, stressed the need for mass awareness for the prevention…

Anwarul wants to improve life standard of people in Nachole, Bholahat and Gomostapur

Md Anwarul Islam has expressed his strong eagerness to continue to work for the improvement of life standard of people in Nachole, Bholahat and Gomostapur upazilas in Chapainawabganj. Anwar who…

Kurmitola General Hospital open for every citizen

In an exclusive interview with The Guardian, Brigadier General AKM Nasir Uddin, director of Kurmitola GeneralHospital, highlighted the features and services of the hospital. He said the standard of the…

Freak space rock spins dusty trail

The Hubble telescope has spotted an asteroid radiating six comet-like tails, making it resemble a “rotating lawn sprinkler”. Other asteroids appear as tiny points of light to astronomers, who are…

Cautious optimism at Iran talks

Talks between Iran and world powers on Iran’s disputed nuclear programme have begun in Geneva, with both sides expressing cautious optimism. It is the second round of talks since a…

Dhaka College makes history of education in Bangladesh

Dhaka College is one of the oldest educational institutions in Indian Subcontinent, which began as an English school at the initiative of the General Committee of Public Instruction in the…

Discoverer of telephone

It is said, “No matter how long the winter, spring is sure to follow.” And when spring arrives, robins chirp, daffodils bloom, butterflies dance, and the night sky unveil its…

Thousand of opposition leaders and activists

BNP Chairperson Khaleda Zia yesterday gave a 48-hour ultimatum to Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina to come up with a clear announcement of accepting opposition’s demand for restoring caretaker government system….

Rescue goes at slow pace

Ready-made garment industries is one sector in Bangladesh that has flourished because of low labour costs, relatively less investment costs and poor compliance to international standards. When the pioneer ‘Desh…