• Act right now for permanent solution to Rohingya refugee crisis: Hasina to UN

    Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina urges the United Nations and the international community to take effective steps for the permanent solution to Rohingyas, who fled to Bangladesh for violence, killing and torture in Myanmar.

  • Forbes ranks Hasina as 36th most powerful women

    Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina demonstrates her strongest showing on Forbes magazine's list of the world's most powerful women. The three-time premier ranks 36th on the 2016 Power Women list, from 59th last year.

  • PM leaves for Saudi Arabia

    A special flight of Biman Bangladesh Airlines carrying Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina and her entourage departs from Hazrat Shahjalal International Airport for Saudi Arabia on a five-day visit to the kingdom at the invitation of the Saudi King.

  • PM assures Japanese investors of full security

    Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina today reassured that the door of Bangladesh is open for the Japanese investors as she said that some recent incidents won't frustrate investment climate.

  • UK wants to be part of Bangladesh's success story: Cameron

    British Prime Minister David Cameron expresses his country's willingness to be part of Bangladesh's success story as he holds a meeting with his Bangladesh counterpart Sheikh Hasina on the sidelines of G7 outreach meeting here.

  • PM calls for best use of education facilities

    Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina urges the students and guardians for best use of the opportunities and facilities made available by the government for promotion of education and find job after the education.

  • Education for all to be ensured: PM

    Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina says the government wants to ensure education for all as no nation can prosper without education.

  • Instant BB measures prevented larger heist: PM

    Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina says instant and proper measures taken by the Bangladesh Bank after the heist from its fund with Federal Reserve Bank of New York prevented hacking of a larger sum of money.

  • Abe invites Hasina to attend G-7 outreach meeting

    Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe formally invites his Bangladeshi counterpart Sheikh Hasina to attend the outreach meeting of G-7 scheduled to be held on May 27 in Japan.

  • 2 submarines to be inducted into Navy this year: PM

    Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina says that two submarines will be inducted into Bangladesh Navy this year for the first time, aiming to transform it in to a three-dimensional force.

  • Hasina requests Cameron to review cargo ban

    Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina requests British Prime Minister David Cameron to review the UK’s decision regarding ban on direct air cargo from Dhaka to London.

  • RSF condemns cases against Star editor

    Reporters Without Borders (RSF) has called on Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina to stop what it said “hounding” The Daily Star Editor Mahfuz Anam over his comment that, like many other newspapers and TV stations, he published information in 2007 that seemed to implicate Hasina in corruption, which could not be verified independently.

  • Don't recruit 'Jamaat-Shibir terrorists'

    Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina yesterday asked the authorities concerned to stay alert so that the Jamaat-Shibir activists and those involved in terrorist and militant activities could not be recruited in the police force.

  • PM lashes out at Star editor

    Blasting The Daily Star for running the DGFI-supplied false news against her during the last caretaker regime, Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina yesterday said the Star editor himself could not demonstrate his “courage” by stepping down from his post after admitting his faults.

  • Stay watchful against distortion of Bangla: PM

    Underscoring the need for further enriching Bangla, Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has called for building massive awareness to avoid distortion of the mother language.

  • Joy taught me all about computers: PM

    Indicating that learning from children is actually very effective, Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina today said there is no age for learning. The premier said at the PM’s Office while inaugurating the distribution programme of primary school stationeries, reports Bangla Daily Prothom Alo.

  • PM for translating classical Bangla literature for world readers

    Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina asks the authorities concerned for the translation of classical and well-selected Bangla works into different international languages to introduce the world readers with the ocean of Bangla literature.

  • PM Hasina may visit Saudi Arabia soon

    Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina might be visiting the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia soon – sometime between March and May.

  • Show world our worth with Padma Bridge: PM

    Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina inaugurates construction work of the much-expected Padma Bridge at Mawa in Munshiganj. Earlier, she inaugurated river training work at Jajira point in Shariatpur.

  • Khaleda conspiring to destabilise country: Hasina

    Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina says BNP Chairperson Khaleda Zia is conspiring from abroad to destabilise the country through killing foreigners living in Bangladesh.

  • ‘PM’s comment might influence trial’

    Terming Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina’s claim that Khaleda Zia and her son Tarique Rahman had link to the August 21 grenade attack "baseless", BNP says the PM’s comment might influence the trial of the case.

  • Khaleda sends Eid greetings to Hasina

    Two member BNP delegation hands over the Eid greetings card from Khaleda to Hasina.

  • Rampal plant no threat to Sundarbans: PM

    Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina says if there was any possibility of adverse effects on the Sundarbans due to Rampal power plant, the government would not have decided to construct the plant.

  • Indian war veteran’s letter to Modi, Hasina

    Brig RP Singh, VSM (retd), an Indian war veteran who participated in the 1971 Liberation War of Bangladesh, has written an open letter to the prime ministers of India and Bangladesh.

  • Honour to Vajpayee great pride for India: Modi

    Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi says it is a matter of great pride for India to receive BJP leader Atal Bihari Vajpayee’s award for his contribution in Bangladesh’s Liberation War.

  • PM describes land bill passage as milestone in Bangladesh-India ties

    Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina says a milestone will be created in the friendly relations between Bangladesh and Indian with the passage of Land Boundary Agreement bill in Indian parliament.