Neil Nitin Mukesh visited Bangla Sahib Gurudwara in New Delhi to pray for the success of his upcoming movie, 'Shortcut Romeo'. During his interaction with media persons, the 31-year-old actor said that he was happy to be in Delhi, which he considers to be his home. "My film is releasing this Friday on 21st June and I am really happy that I am in a city which I consider my home." the actor ...
Grameen Bank from the poor after it raised its stake in the pioneering micro-lender. In an opinion piece published in all major Bangladeshi dailies, the ...
Bangladesh's professional cricketers have withdrawn their threat to boycott the Dhaka Premier Division Cricket League. The decision was taken after assurances from the Bangladesh Cricket Board that the new gradation- and rotation-based system of players' transfers would only be applicable to this ...
SAVAR, Bangladesh -- It was the worst disaster in the history of the garment industry. When the Rana Plaza factory building crashed down in April, 1,129 people were killed. But many others had to sacrifice their limbs to survive. Arms and legs were trapped under the building rubble, forcing rescuers with no medical training to perform amputations on the spot to free the victims. No anesthesia ...
The Grameen Bank Commission is going to organise a workshop at BIAM Auditorium on July 2 to discuss its recommendations for legal changes to the Grameen Bank structure. It has been announced that Finance Minister A.M.A. Muhith will deliver his valuable comments about his experience in this regard. There will be a discussion with experienced and distinguished persons of the country at the ...
Frailty is a thriller about the horrors involved in following the dire commandments of a vengeful god. Told in flashback through the mouth of an unreliable narrator, it spins a dark tale about a loving, widower father who believes that God is speaking to him in visions and commanding him and his two young sons to destroy demons who look like normal people. The crux of the story, then, is t ... ...
Dhaka (The Daily Star/ANN) - Bangladesh will become one of the worst-affected South Asian countries due to global warming, says the World Bank. With rising sea levels, extreme heat, and more intense cyclones threatening food production, livelihoods and infrastructure, the warming climate will also slow poverty alleviation, says the global lender. The Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact ...
Bangladesh will become one of the worst-affected South Asian countries due to global warming, says the World Bank. With rising sea levels, extreme heat, and more intense cyclones threatening food production, livelihoods and infrastructure, the warming climate will also slow poverty alleviation, says the global lender. The Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research and Climate Analytics ...
As AFP reports , 3,500 workers stopped work at the plant in Gazipur, north of Dhaka on Tuesday. They smashed furniture as they protested and demanded action to remove the ghost. "The agitating workers refused to join duty and vandalised the factory after the management did not take any steps to drive out the ghost," Gazipur industrial police inspector Showkat Kabir told AFP. ...
DHAKA -- Bangladesh's pioneering microlender faces an uncertain future after a commission proposed the government take over or break up the Nobel-award-winning bank, analysts said ...
Bangladesh might lose its ICC membership if the cricket board doesn't hold its election according to the ICC's guideline, BCB president Nazmul Hassan has ...
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Neil Nitin Mukesh visited Bangla Sahib Gurudwara in New Delhi to pray for the success of his upcoming movie, 'Shortcut Romeo'.
During his interaction with media persons, the 31-year-old actor said that he was happy to be in Delhi, which he considers to be his home.
"My film is releasing this Friday on 21st June and I am really happy that I am in a city which I consider my home." the actor said.
Neil also said that God has always been with him and he had come to get some blessings.
"All I can say is that God has always given me a lot more than what I have ever thought. So I have come here not to get something but just to have his blessings. All I want is that he should always be with me," he added.
The romantic crime thriller that also stars Amisha Patel and Pooja Gupta will hit the theatres on 21st June. (ANI)
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