- June 19, 2017
Angered parliamentarians criticise the High Court over its verdict scrapping the 16th amendment and call for holding off a pay raise to judges
The radicalised migrant worker recruited fellow countrymen working in Singapore to overthrow the government in Bangladesh and establish an Islamic state
A truck driver and his assistant have been killed in Kalihati, Tangail after the vehicle got onto a railway track and was hit by a train.
Although police were granted three days to interrogate him, suspended Gazipur mayor MA Mannan has been sent to the BSMMU for treatment
Billionaire reality TV star Donald Trump completed his transformation from long-shot White House candidate to presumptive Republican presidential nominee after his commanding win in Indiana’s primary forced his main rival Ted Cruz to drop out of the race. US media reports also suggested that Trump’s last remaining challenger, Ohio Governor John Kasich, was also suspending
The government has taken an initiative to set up a media monitoring cell to supervise news contents published by print and online newspapers, and blogs, Information Minister Hasanul Haque Inu told parliament yesterday. “An initiative has been taken to establish a media monitoring cell to oversee the news reports published in the media,” he said
A team from Interpol has joined investigators in Dhaka to probe into the digital heist of Bangladesh Bank’s funds at the Federal Reserve Bank of New York. The six-member team, led by Brad Marden – Interpol’s coordinator of digital crime investigative support, arrived in Dhaka on Tuesday and started working with the Criminal Investigation Department
Bangladeshi tourists and businessmen are now eligible for visas upon arrival in Indonesia for trips lasting up to 30 days. Indonesia waived visa requirements for nationals of Bangladesh and 78 other countries, expanding its list of visa-free nations to 169. Confirming the matter of visa exemption, Bangladesh Ambassador to Indonesia Nazmul Quaunine told the Dhaka
Just two days after the Karwan Bazar blaze, another fire broke out at Ambagan slum behind Green Super Market in Dhaka’s Farmgate area yesterday morning. Warehouse Inspector at the Fire Service headquarters Mahmudur Rahman said 12 firefighting units worked to douse the fire. He said it was not clear what caused the fire, which was
Repatriation of Rohingyas living in Bangladesh will take more time than expected due to the hatred of the society towards them.