United News of Bangladesh . Dhaka | Updated at 11:07am on June 13, 2020
Indonesia, Singapore, Malaysia and Brunei have decided not to take part in hajj this year in Saudi Arabia as the world grapples with coronavirus pandemic...
Diplomatic Correspondent | Updated at 06:41pm on June 08, 2020
The government would send new ambassadors to Bangladesh embassies in Brunei, Indonesia, Nepal, Singapore, South Africa and Sri Lanka. Nahida Rahman Shumona, currently a director...
United News of Bangladesh. Dhaka | Updated at 05:22pm on June 08, 2020
The government has appointed Nahida Rahman Shumona, currently serving as the Director General of Regional Organizations Wing in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, as the...
Siddikur Rahman | Updated at 10:22pm on May 21, 2020
If you ask me, I would definitely say that winning the Brunei Open in 2010 was my most memorable achievement and the turning point of...
Staff Correspondent | Updated at 10:09pm on May 04, 2020
Bangladesh high commission in Brunei has provided humanitarian supports to 1,687 Bangladeshi immigrants amid coronavirus pandemic. Of the aid, 687 Bangladeshis received Brunei $ 50 each...
Md Owasim Uddin Bhuyan | Updated at 08:01pm on April 07, 2020
Over 12,500 Bangladeshi workers in Brunei have become jobless due to spread of coronavirus, according to officials.
United News of Bangladesh . Dhaka | Updated at 10:36pm on January 22, 2020
Brunei Darussalam has sought cooperation from Bangladesh in expanding its agricultural sector, especially hatchery. The newly-appointed high commissioner of Brunei Darussalam Haji Haris bin Othman...
Md Owasim Uddin Bhuyan | Updated at 01:12am on December 13, 2019
‘My life in Brunei was a nightmare. Upon reaching there, I was forced to cut down forest trees with no pay. Later when I fled...
Md Owasim Uddin Bhuyan | Updated at 12:37am on November 23, 2019
At least nine Bangladeshis, who were allegedly involved in human trafficking activities in Brunei, have been deported by the Brunei authorities, according to Bangladesh High...
Md Owasim Uddin Bhuyan | Updated at 12:00am on October 04, 2019
The home ministry has cancelled the passports of five suspected Bangladeshi human traffickers now in Brunei. Officials said that Brunei had been requested to repatriate...