- June 19, 2017
Two new Google flagship smartphones have been launched at an event in San Fransisco
Starting in the last years of the Cold War, Russia and the United States signed a series of accords to reduce the size of their nuclear arsenals, agreements that have so far survived intact despite a souring of US-Russian relations under Putin.
The suspensions came hours after deputy prime minister Numan Kurtulmus announced that the cabinet had approved a 90-day extension to a state of emergency
The country of 55,000 people is taking on India, Pakistan and Britain in the International Court of Justice (ICJ), arguing they have failed to comply with the 1968 nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty.
Kashmir is witnessing its largest protests against Indian rule in recent years, sparked by the July 8 killing of a popular rebel commander by Indian soldiers
Last December, some 195 nations reached a deal to limit global temperature rise to “well below” 2° C by shifting away from fossil fuel use this century
Four top militants, including Baghdadi, of the radical Salafist group were suffering from severe poisoning and have been transferred to an unknown location under strict measures
Barring the unexpected, their 90-minute faceoff is unlikely to alter the trajectory of the presidential race
The person in question, Ali, former cricketer-turned-BCB security official pulled Azam’s shirt and dragged him to one side in Fatullah
‘I am confident that we would be among the top eight teams in the ICC ODI rankings by the cut-off date of September 30, 2017,’ said BCB chief Nazmul
The decision will affect 148 villages ‘fully’ ahead of the existing border fence and 137 ‘partially’ ahead of it
A baby was declared dead before being found alive two hours later in Chittagong yesterday.
A Dhaka court has accepted the charge sheet against the contractor and five Bangladesh Railway officials in the child Jihad murder case, paving the way to the formal start of the trial.
Home Minister Asaduzzaman Khan and RAB DG Benojir Ahmed will visit Bogra to oversee the event that will be held at Shaheed Titu auditorium in the district down.
The International Space Station (ISS) was passing over the Atlantic Ocean on Monday when it was able to capture footage of a hurricane moving towards Haiti at incredible speeds
‘We have taken our best possible measures to ensure the security. We are providing world-class security and hope we will continue it in future as well,’ said DMP Commissioner Asaduzzaman Miah
Philippine leader Rodrigo Duterte said the United States did not want to sell missiles and other weapons, but Russia and China had told him they could provide them easily.
A short story about a deshi PhD student’s experience on a foreign land
Some 8-10 people were residing at the building that collapsed on Kaptai lake, locals said