There’s no holding us back
Now in its second decade of operation, Bangladesh Sun, a unit of the Big News Network and its administrative arm Midwest Radio Network, is an online newspaper serving the People's Republic of Bangladesh, the world's 8th most populated country with in excess of 160 million people.
The publication has the slogan ‘There’s no holding us back.’
Breaking national news is interspersed with headlines from the major cities, principally the capital Dhaka.
International and business news is also featured as well as coverage of Asian sports.
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Market: People’s Republic of Bangladesh/Est. population 163.2 million
Midwest Radio Network
Level 2, 111 Harrington Street
Sydney NSW 2000, Australia
Westpac Banking Corporation
Big News Network news agency
Dubai Media City, Dubai, UAE
Title: Bangladesh Sun
Mission: Bangladesh Sun was conceived in September 2002 to provide up-to-the minute news from around the country, together with international headlines as part of a global network pooling resources to deliver a quality service to member portals. Each online publication has been modelled on a newspaper format for familiar readability by users. The locations forming part of the network were selected on the basis of demand for news for that location. Bangladesh Sun, effectively an online newspaper, provides coverage of the country and the region. International news, business and finance stories are common across the network of sites, and are drawn from a number of sources including original in-house journalists and wire services.
Bangladesh Sun and the other sites are administered by Midwest Radio Network.
Associated sites include: Asia Bulletin | Southeast Asia Post | Cambodian Times | India Gazette | Malaysia Sun | Myanmar Sun | Nepal National | Pakistan Telegraph | Singapore Star | Sri Lanka Source | Thailand Herald | Vietnam Tribune
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