Application of visa policy

US visa policy pressure on independent journalism

The visa policy may also be applied to the Bangladeshi media - Journalist leaders consider the comments of US Ambassador Peter Haas as a pressure on independent journalism. They said this statement is an unwanted interference on the media. They also mentioned such a visa policy imposed on the

Politics is heating up again

The politics of the country is heating up ahead of the 12th National Assembly elections. The ruling Awami League has announced not to go beyond the constitution on the election issue. On the other hand, the BNP is adamant in its unilateral demand for elections under a neutral, nonpartisan government, including the resignation of the government. In such a situation, two teams entered the field with continuous programs. The ruling party will hold rallies in and outside Dhaka till October 4. BNP will hold a road march and rally till October 3 to realize the demand. Which started on Tuesday with

PM's Commitment to supporting visa policy

US Ambassador to Dhaka Peter Haas said that this visa policy has been announced to support the people of Bangladesh and the Prime Minister's commitment to hold free and fair elections. What the Bangladeshis want, the United States wants the same. That is a free and fair election. He said these things after a special photo exhibition on 50 years of US-Bangladesh relations at the Edward M. Kennedy Center for Public Service and the Arts (EMK Center) in Dhaka on Tuesday. US Ambassador Peter Haas said that this visa policy will be used on people of all classes and professions if free and fair