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Will Bangladesh give more rights to Rohingya?

Dibakar Biswas, Special Correspondent: Bangladesh is an independent and sovereign country of the third world that is in a large scale, beset with poverty, hunger, malnutrition, unemployment, low per capita Read More

WHO tells G7 vaccine inequity ‘unacceptable’

The WHO chief on Friday implored the G7 to prioritise equitable access to Covid-19 vaccines around the globe, branding the current imbalance morally inadmissible. World Health Organization director-general Tedros Adhanom Read More

Who are the Rohingya?

Why are the more than one million Rohingya in Myanmar considered the 'world's most persecuted minority'? More than 480,000 Rohingya have fled to Bangladesh since the end of August [Showkat Read More

When a hero becomes refugee

Bd24live from Ukhiya Rohinga camps: Millions of Rohingyas have intruded into Bangladesh after being wounded and tortured by Myanmar armies. A portion of Bd24live is working to collect news of Read More

Mother chimp makes her own hole in a stolen water bottle

This monkey does not mess around when she/he is thirsty - well, there's no time for lids in the wild.   A photographer took a photo of a mother monkey Read More

Grow up, being a little sad is not a sign of mental illness

Online Desk:Sometimes life can be a bit tough and you just have to put up with it. That’s a lesson schools should be passing on, alongside the basics such as Read More

Vodka drinkers at greater risk of injury

Online Desk:For years, doctors have warned against the popular trend of mixing alcohol with highly-caffeinated energy drinks like Red Bull, since it sends your heart rate pumping dangerously fast. But Read More

Top 5 reasons mosquitoes bite you more than others

Online Desk:You might be one of those who often complain that mosquitoes bite them more than others. We often let it pass, thinking that unlike humans, mosquitoes are not a Read More

'More than 73% women face cyber crimes’

Staff Correspondent:Almost 73 percent women internet users in Bangladesh are facing cyber crimes, State Minister for Posts and Telecommunications Tarana Halim said today. And, only 23 percent of the cyber Read More