- December 12, 2017
From his big-hitting exploits to his regular breakthroughs and finally, his finishing touch; the day well and truly belonged to Mashrafe, the Captain Fantastic
The terrorist outfit, New JMB, already has divisional operation leaders, 12 second-tier leaders not arrested yet
The Tampaco fire is one of the latest in a long line of domestic industrial accidents that keep claiming the lives of workers due to a lack of safety protocols
In the three previous ODIs, South Africa’s batsmen dominated the inexperienced Australian attack but on Sunday it was their bowlers who took centre stage
The UN says more than 370 civilians — about one-third of them children — have been killed in eastern Aleppo since September 23. There are estimates of perhaps a few dozen civilians being killed in western Aleppo in recent weeks
Pakistan has contested the claims of Indian army and said that there was no surgical strikes carried out. They only admitted that two of their soldiers were killed in cross border firing
The United States has been backing the Saudi-led coalition, but White House national security council spokesperson Ned Price said the US is “deeply disturbed” by the reports on the funeral hall airstrike which “if confirmed, would continue the troubling series of attacks striking Yemeni civilians.”
Although Trump has apologised, he has not yet addressed serious concerns raised by the hot mic video. Most notably, Trump’s suggestion that he made aggressive advances toward women — including the comment that he would “grab them by the pussy” — has raised grave new questions about whether he touched women without their consent
Ajmal, a leader of the banned al-Qaeda-linked Pakistani sectarian group Lashkar-e-Jhangi, was wanted for major attacks, most notably one on the Sri Lankan cricket team in 2009 that killed six police officers and wounded seven players
Five students, who went missing from Mohishber village at Purbadhala upazila in Netrakona on October 1, were last traced in the capital’s Kakrail mosque area.
Cardinals, who wear red hats and are known as “princes of the Church,” are the most senior members of the Roman Catholic hierarchy after the pope
Discussion on the media industry of Bangladesh, a timely initiative by Bangladesh Brand Forum, was held recently at Lakeshore Hotel, Dhaka.
With the financial assistance from local business communities, DNCC takes this new security initiative which will be implemented by November this year.
The Bangladesh side woke up on Sunday morning with a bad news as midfielder Emon Mahmud Babu’s mother Razia Khanom passed away owing to a heart attack
Faruk was found in front of his house in Tangail town, in January 2013, his wife filed the murder case.
Family members have publicly denied forcing the girl to fast
“We will not change our decision on reducing marks on MCQ question…. We want to bring a qualitative change in question paper system through increasing 10 marks on creative question system,” Nahid said.
The parliament passed the bill last week and the cabinet approved it on June 2 in 2014
Afghanistan already has more than 1.2m internal refugees, with some 260,000 forced to flee their homes across the country this year as the fighting has continued