Clear Street Soccer 2013

BY TANZIRAL DILSHAD DITAN Date: Tuesday, April 30 Time: 6.30pm Venue: Physical Training College, Lalmatia (Opposite City Hospital) This is one event for all soccer aficionados — boys or girls….

Just for Mum

Nothing can ever equal the affection rendered by a mother to her child. This May, Des’ree Daily Desserts has created three sets of cupcakes, all designed to show your mother…

Children’s Jewellery Making Workshop by AADI

ADI by Amman Rashid recently concluded their 3rd Children’s Jewellery Making Workshop at the Nordic Club in Gulshan -2. Ten children from various countries participated in the workshop where they…

BCC forms team to identify risky buildings

Barisal City Corporation has formed a five-member team to detect risky buildings in the city following the collapse of the nine-storey Rana Plaza in Savar on April 24. BCC sources…

Pharma companies to widen global reach

Bangladeshi pharmaceutical companies plan to strengthen their global footprint as they target to take their products to 30 new destinations within 2013-14. At present, Bangladesh exports pharma products to 87…

Mass funeral at Jurain

A large number of unclaimed bodies have been buried at Jurain graveyard in the capital for the second time in less than six months. Several thousand people thronged the city…

Problems there, govt to fix them

“Yes, there are some problems,” she said, but added that a committee has been formed to ensure the safety of buildings and workers. “This committee will submit the findings to…

Boycott is not the solution.

The tripartite partners (government, employers and workers) on Saturday announced a package of short and mid-term action plan to improve the workplace condition and safety of the workers in readymade…

ILO calls for political commitment

The tripartite partners (government, employers and workers) on Saturday announced a package of short and mid-term action plan to improve the workplace condition and safety of the workers in readymade…

Some rescuers said they were pulling out bodies

The death toll in the Rana Plaza disaster soared to 525 yesterday as heavy equipment continued to remove large chunks of rubble, only to discover bodies underneath. Yesterday, 80 bodies…