- February 18, 2018
The Indian government has allowed two naval ships to enter into its maritime borders to rescue six Bangladeshi fishing trawlers stranded on the Indian side of the Bay of Bengal.
A local leader of Jatiyatabadi Swechchhasebak Dal was stabbed to death by unidentified miscreants in Sheikhghat Khuliatula area in Sylhet city on Sunday. The deceased was Tajul Islam, 55, member of the city unit of the BNP’s volunteer front. He was the husband of Shahana Sanu, former councilor of Ward No 4 of Sylhet City Corporation.
Some miscreants plotted conspiracy to harass journalist’s family putting drug at home in Safartari area under Lalmonirhat municipality on Saturday night. Rasheda Khatun, female caretaker of Dhaka Tribune’s Staff Reporter Jebun Nesa Alo was detained by Detective Branch (DB) of police basis on an information of having drug at home. Soon after taking her at
Life became paralysed in Khulna and Chittagong yesterday as major parts of the cities were submerged in knee-deep water following heavy rains throughout the day. In Khulna Torrential rains starting early in the morning waterlogged major parts of the city, paralyzing city life and causing immense sufferings to the city dwellers for around 10 hours.
Dhaka Metroplitan Police (DMP) on Sunday released multiple videos of six suspected killers of the secular writer Avijit Roy, a year and half after he was killed.
The label of ‘the highest population without an Olympic medal’ has already stuck to Bangladesh after smaller nations from across the world started winning medals at this year’s mega event
People in Bangladesh open their heart to you. They are extremely resilient and have high esteem for their country, Barbero says
According to the 21-year old Bangladesh pacer, he has prepared himself by bowling all kinds of deliveries before the impending test
The victory also brought some redemption for Neymar, who had been pilloried by the Brazilian public in the early stages of the tournament. Now he is back in their hearts
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High quality higher education is needed for producing world-class workforce to face the challenges of 21st century. Universities should give top priority on fundamental and strategic research activities, observed Sir Christopher John Elinger Ball, British academic and former chancellor, University of Derby.
Bangladesh Youth Leadership Center (BYLC) concluded their fourth Youth Leadership Summit (YLS) with the theme “Connect, Collaborate, Co-create” on Saturday, August 20, at the International Convention City, Bashundhara.
Professor Dr Saiful Islam, vice-chancellor of BUET, handed over certificates among the participants of “Quality Assurance in Out Come Based Education,” a workshop organised by Institutional Quality Assurance Cell (IQAC), BUET on August 18.
Rahim was suffering from blood sugar and gastric issues and his health deteriorated on Saturday
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Bangladesh women’s team will travel to Northern Ireland on September 2 and play two T20Is and as many ODIs against the European hosts
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The videos show supposed killers walking through various areas of the Book Fair