- June 19, 2017
An invitation letter sent to a foreign dignitary, seen by the Dhaka Tribune, also suggested that the council came as an opportunity for the party to share the “indelible contributions” of one of the great leaders of the nation
The 26-year-old Williamson, New Zealand’s batting mainstay, hit a measured 118 off 128 balls to anchor his team’s innings
Many leaders and activists – from the top tier to the grassroots, anticipate that Joy would be elevated to the post of general secretary of the party
BCB coach Sohel Islam guided Miraz right from the early stages of his career. Miraz learned many bowling tricks from Sohel
The 32-year-old imam had long been proposing to marry the class X student on her way to and from the school
The 250,000 civilians trapped inside the besieged rebel held parts of the city have so far stayed away from the corridors
French President Francois Hollande, hosting a conference on stabilising Mosul, urged the international community not to abandon the city once the multi-pronged military operation is over
Miraz’s crowning moment came in the 2016 U-19 World Cup where he became player of the tournament, prompting many to label him the next Shakib al Hasan
Nepal, one of the world’s 10 poorest countries, is still reeling from two devastating earthquakes in 2015 that killed nearly 9,000 people
Barack Obama may have made his last appearance on a comedy show before his term as US president ends with the November 8 elections
Portuguese international and Real Madrid superstar Cristiano Ronaldo posted a photo of himself with one foot resting on a Buddha statue on Facebook and Instagram that enraged thousands of his fans.
May, attending her first EU summit since becoming prime minister in July, has so far given only glimpses of her vision for Britain’s future relationship with the EU
A look at some of the claims in the debate and how they compare with Fact
Despite a rich political background, Narayanganj Awami League could not bag any place in the cabinet as well as in Awami League central committee. That is why the leaders and activists of the district Awami League are looking forward to the upcoming national council of the party.
An investigation officer was appointed on Wednesday to carry out a preliminary probe into the allegations raised by freedom fighters in Feni
The visitors found it difficult to cope with the conditions and according to Moeen, it was his toughest half-century yet in Test cricket
Government forces still maintain a large presence in the former conflict zones and keep a close watch on the local Tamil population despite the end of the war in 2009
Scheduled to be started at 10am on Saturday, this coverage will continue round the clock till the closing session in the next day.
A Dhaka court yesterday framed charges against three people, including BNP Dhaka city convener Mirza Abbas, in a graft case filed by the Anti Corruption Commission for irregularities in allocating land to journalists.