- South Asia
- September 17, 2017
The militant group made the claim on Sunday as it sent two memory cards to the Bangla Tribune office. It has also changed its logo.
Awami League leaders and activists have more prominent presence in the new lands than other political parties
The operator continues to see loss of subscribers as the company is apparently doing nothing to boost services
Pakistan proposes the formation of a high-level group of experts to strengthen Saarc’s anti-terrorism mechanism
The four men arrested from Teknaf by Border Guard Bangladesh (BGB) were trying to instigate Rohingya refugees in the area, the paramilitary force has said. BGB Director General Maj Gen Aziz Ahmed told reporters on Sunday that the militants were reportedly instigating Rohingya refugees in different ways, though he did not elaborate to what end
The fight was excellent. After the first innings, I thought we were soft, Zimbabwe captain Graeme Cremer said at the post-match presentation
Fahad first gained attention in 2011 when as an eight-year old he beat the second Bangladeshi GM Ziaur Rahman, in a friendly duel in just eight minutes
We are living in terribly violent times. But was the past better?
Taskin was made to deliver four overs, including length balls, bouncers, slowers and yorkers, during the test
With Wayne Rooney netting twice and Valencia recording three assists against Galatasaray, Ibrahimovic said it was shaping up to be an exciting season
Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has called upon individuals and organisations to stand beside the country’s flood-hit people with relief materials including dry food.
The Bengal Tiger is more than just a symbol for Bangladesh. Sadly, according to the latest census from last year, the tiger population in Bangladesh has fallen to dangerously low levels. There may be as few as 106 tigers in the Bangladeshi side of the Sundarbans. The population estimate varies depending on the survey methodology
Brazil were dominant throughout and particularly in the first half when Neymar and Thiago Maia both hit the woodwork
Those threatened include a judge and prosecutors of the war crimes tribunal
The party of war criminals should have no place in the politics of Bangladesh
The government’s current eviction drive is wrong on many levels. But there are better alternatives
How did militants get access to such a secure diplomatic zone?
An explosive batsman and a handy off-spinner who is equally adept as a fielder, Maxwell conceded that his game needed to improve
A Dhaka Court has ordered for DNA test of the nine militants killed in a gunfight with law-enforcers in Kallyanpur in the capital on July 26.
The incident, which filled the stairwells with smoke on Friday, came after the Australians and other teams had complained about unfinished and dirty rooms