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- October 19, 2017
Patriarchy is not going to go away unless there is a change in people’s personal lives, said Kamla Bhasin, developmental feminist, poet and author.
Street hawkers and small vendors of Gulistan, Dhaka returned to illegally occupying the streets and footpaths on Friday amid tensions after the eviction drive made by Dhaka South City Corporation (DSCC) authorities.
Six people were detained in this connection
The government has requested the Supreme Court authorities to reconsider its previous order for relocating the International Crimes Tribunal from the Old High Court building, mentioning that such move would hurt the public sentiment.
A seven-year-old girl was raped by boy Sunday afternoon in city’s Shantibag area
‘There will be a time when we will win a series 2-0 against any big team. I think this is the start,’ said Tigers captain Mushfiq
Bando surprised the eventual runners-up with their strategic play as Gemcon looked fragile after their prolific mid-fielder Arman Mia left the field injured in early second-half
Analysts said the military may also try impose its choice over the successor of powerful army chief Raheel Sharif, whose term expires at the end of November, as part of the deal
A total of 538 electoral votes are in play, corresponding to the total number of elected representatives in Congress (435 members of the House and 100 senators) plus three for the US capital Washington, DC
Electors are chosen by each party, and typically are party insiders who can be trusted to vote for their candidate
In Germany this year Alternative for Germany, a populist party that says Islam is incompatible with the German constitution, has gained ground. There have been several attacks by militant Muslims
The war has left nearly 7,000 people dead, according to the UN which had been struggling to convince the warring parties to implement a ceasefire and revive a stalled political process
It was not the first time English all-rounder Ben Stokes received a send-off with a salute
Hathurusingha did express some regrets over the first Test loss, where the Tigers went agonisingly close to victory only to come up short by 22 runs
One can get the results visiting university’s admission website admission.eis.du.ac.bd or through mobile SMS typing DU GHA roll no and sending to 16321.
A member of the delegation claims they did not have any discussion with Unesco officials on the Rampal coal power plant, being implemented near the Sundarbans
England were 100/0 but lost their way, capitulating to 164/10. As it were, Bangladesh made a remarkable comeback. What a drama! Test cricket at its best
A woman allegedly committed suicide by taking poison after poisoning her five-year old son to death at Bheramara village in Bangura upazila on Sunday noon, reports UNB.
The Anti-Tobacco Alliance (ATA) demanded that the government divest its shares in the tobacco giant British-American Tobacco Company (BAT) at a protest held in the Press Club on Sunday.
Producer/director Shireen Pasha, in a candid conversation with Steve Clemons