Bangladesh is a vulnerable country due to excessive use of antibiotics in fodder, fish and agriculture. Antibiotics are mostly being used in agriculture, making up almost half of the total antibiotics used in the country. Because of the high levels of antibiotic use, some bacterial infections are now becoming a threat to the user's life. Antibiotics have become ineffective for 55.7 percent of the people in the capital due to adoption of high antibiotics through agricultural products, according to a report published by Poribesh Bachao Andolon, an environmental group, the petition said. The petition further stated that the national drug policy has failed to highlight the effect of unnecessary use of antibiotics.
April 24, 2019 17:37 UTC
The result of the Group B match at the Bangabandhu National Stadium in Dhaka on Wednesday also sent Bangladesh to the semis with one match to spare. The UAE are now out of the tournament after losing their first match 2-0 to Bangladesh. Bangladesh and Kyrgyzstan with three points each will battle for the top spot of the group on Friday. Bangladesh will need a draw as they are ahead in goal difference. In AFC U-16 Women’s Championship 2016 qualifiers, Bangladesh beat Kyrgyzstan 10-0.
April 24, 2019 17:26 UTC
But he indicated that if Britain leaves the EU with a deal, that will be the best for all the countries including Bangladesh. Bangladesh enjoys duty and quota-free market access in all the EU countries including the UK. McDonald was asked about the effect of the UK’s business with Bangladesh in three different circumstances -- a possible Brexit deal, no deal, or a bad deal. “Our intention, no matter what happens, is to have a good relationship with Bangladesh,” he said. “In my view, it’ll be easiest if we leave the European Union with a deal because a deal gives us a framework for all our work, not only our relations with the EU, (but also) our relations with countries including Bangladesh”.
April 24, 2019 17:15 UTC
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April 24, 2019 16:41 UTC
Bangladesh-UK Third Strategic Dialogue 2019 in Dhaka. We’ll continue to raise it,” a senior official at the Bangladesh foreign service told bdnews24.com. He said the strategic dialogue which began two years back was the signal that “this is an important relationship that covers policy waterfront”. Bangladesh-UK Third Strategic Dialogue 2019 in Dhaka. Both countries agreed to consider encouraging coordination between major chambers of commerce.
April 24, 2019 16:41 UTC
They were protesting against Taqsem’s claim that water supplied by WASA is completely drinkable. Before leaving, Mizanur demanded compensation for the people who fell ill after drinking its water and the families of those who died after getting sick by drinking water. He alleged WASA officials tried to blackmail his wife by recording a video without her permission. The protester said he wanted to highlight the condition of water WASA supplies to his area, not only the house he lives in. Residents of Dhaka have long been complaining about filth in water supplied by WASA.
April 24, 2019 15:33 UTC
Rana Plaza disaster 6 years onSeveral organisations remembered the Rana Plaza collapse victims in Savar on Wednesday on the sixth anniversary of the biggest industrial disaster of Bangladesh. Workers’ organisations demonstrating at Jurain Graveyard in Dhaka, where most of the victims of Rana Plaza collapse were buried, demanding compensation on the sixth anniversary of the disaster on Wednesday. Workers’ organisations demonstrating at Jurain Graveyard in Dhaka, where most of the victims of Rana Plaza collapse were buried, demanding compensation on the sixth anniversary of the disaster on Wednesday. Workers’ organisations demonstrating at Jurain Graveyard in Dhaka, where most of the victims of Rana Plaza collapse were buried, demanding compensation on the sixth anniversary of the disaster on Wednesday. Several organisations remembered the Rana Plaza collapse victims in Savar on Wednesday on the sixth anniversary of the biggest industrial disaster of Bangladesh.
April 24, 2019 15:11 UTC
Selena Gomez says her friends "saved her life". I mean my friends, without a doubt, have saved my life in multiple situations. She said: "And all my friends are different: one's in real estate, one works in social media, one works in foundations. Selena's friends aren't afraid to call her out when she gets "caught up" in something. And oh, I wish I could have done that, I wish, I wish, I wish.'
"They seemed like good people," Fazla told Reuters from her rundown home opposite the Ibrahim family residence, now cordoned off with crime-scene tape and marshalled by police. The brother's father, Mohamed Ibrahim, was arrested as police investigate those behind the attacks, police said. Ibrahim, a wealthy spice trader and pillar of the business community, had six sons and three daughters. We never thought they were these kind of people," said Sanjeewa Jayasinghe, a 38-year-old network cabling engineer who works next door to the Ibrahim family home. Though the Ibrahim brothers will be reviled across much of the country for plunging Sri Lanka into disarray, they will be missed by some in the community who relied on them.
April 24, 2019 15:00 UTC
Sam Claflin thinks men should get more paternity leave. It's definitely a trying time being a new father and trying to go back to work. "I definitely feel, and here I am saying this on air, I feel like men should get more paternity leave." While Sam found the early days as a working dad tough, he admitted he relishes the "challenge" of being a hands-on parent. I think that's what's wonderful about our society as it is now, I feel men are willing and wanting to be more involved than they used to be."
Speaker Dr Shirin Sharmin Chaudhury, MP, moved the condolence motion in the House at the beginning of the 2nd session of the current parliament on Wednesday, reports UNB. The individuals whose names were read out by the speaker to condole their deaths were former minister and MP Sheikh Abdul Aziz, former MPs Abu Saleh Mohammad Sayeed Dulal, Monzur Ahmed, Tajul Islam Mohammad Faruq, Arzu Mand Banu, Rahima Akter, M Aktaruzzman, joint secretary of the Parliament Secretariat Moshtaq Ahmad Parliament Secretariat employee Wali Ullah. The house also expressed deep shock at the loss of lives in plane crash in series of bomb attacks in Sri Lanka, Banani FR Tower fire incident, terrorist attack in Christ Church in New Zealand and plane crash in Ethiopia. A munajat seeking eternal peace of the departed souls was offered in the House conducted by Deputy Speaker Fazle Rabbi Miah. The members of the House also stood up and observed a one-minute solemn silence to pay respect to the memories of the deceased.
April 24, 2019 15:00 UTC