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- October 19, 2017
The group says it was a revenge attack, accusing tribesmen in the area of launching an assault on its forces
The fact they have been sentenced to imprisonment is better than nothing, an activist says
With the arrival of the Afghans, Bangladesh will look to return back to winning ways in the three day-night ODIs
As part of their preparation for the final round, the girls in red and green are likely to play five-six practice matches in Japan, China and South Korea
Bodies of two siblings who were missing after a trawler capsized in the Meghna River has been recovered on Friday noon.
A man was killed and four other critically injured in a road crash on the Chittagong-Cox’s Bazar Highway at Patiya upazila in Chittagong on Friday.
A man was hacked to death and three other injured over a football match at Selimpur Bazaar in Muladi upazila of Barisal on Friday.
Though star cricket Shakib Al Hasan had a narrow escape from a helicopter crash Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) was totally unknown about the tour.
The husband has been arrested in connection with the murder
The all-rounder is in Cox’s Bazar for shooting a commercial
The Titas Gas Transmission and Distribution Company Limited has launched an investigation to determine whether a gas leakage had triggered the devastating fire at Tampaco packaging factory in Tongi.
Opener Alex Hales and one-day captain Eoin Morgan had decided not to tour Bangladesh over security concerns
Rachel’s rare condition means that a bath is agony; even her own tears will scorch her face. How can the human body reject life’s most basic necessity?
At least 17 people have been killed and over 30 others injured in separate road accidents in Brahmanbaria, Tangail and Madaripur districts.
Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has arrived at Montreal on a four-day official visit at the invitation of her Canadian counterpart Justin Trudeau.
Eight passengers of a microbus have been killed and three others injured in a collision between a bus and a microbus in Bijaygnagar area of Brahmanbaria district.
Panam City was established in the late 19th century as a trading center of cotton fabrics during the British rule. Hindu cloth merchants built their residential houses following colonial style with inspiration derived from European sources. Today, this area is protected under the Department of Archaeology of Bangladesh. The city was linked with the main city area by three brick bridges – Panam Bridge, Dalalpur Bridge and PanamNagar Bridge – during the Mughal period. The bridges are still in use
The reason for the crash could not be known yet
She is the founder of Impact Investment Exchange Asia (IIX), the home of the world’s first social stock exchange and the world’s largest private placement platform for impact investing.
The world’s major central banks, stung by this year’s $81-million heist in Bangladesh, have launched a task force to consider setting broad rules to protect the vast network of cross-border banking from cyber attacks, according to two sources with knowledge of the matter.