- June 23, 2017
Donald Trump on Sunday told his supporters to stop harassing minorities, in his first televised sit-down interview since becoming President-elect.
Millions were expected to tune in to Trump’s interview for clues on how the billionaire will govern, and to what degree he intends to convert his slogans into policy
Two leading bank unions also criticised the note ban saying it has led to “financial chaos” and the decision was taken “without proper planning or preparation”
On Monday, Awami League began the nomination process for Narayanganj City Corporation due to be held on December 22.
On Monday, a four-member probe committee submitted the report on the attack on Hindu homesteads and temples at Nasirnagar of Brahmanbaria over an alleged blasphemous Facebook post
A Californian high school teacher has been suspended for comparing Trump’s rise with Hitler and another one in Georgia has been told to hang herself with her hijab.
It is made on a Hill top at the 1150 ft height, covered around mountains and thickly populated trees.
The WB launched the report ‘South Asia’s Turn: Policies to Boost Competitiveness and Create the Next Export Powerhouse’ jointly with the Policy Research Institute on Monday in Dhaka.
On Monday, a Dhaka court cleared four people including three RAB officials from charges of abducting and killing Bangladesh Chhatra League Hazaribagh unit President Arju Miah.
The operation marks a serious escalation of violence since three border guard posts reportedly came under attack just over a month ago
Artist Lubna Charya’s solo painting exhibition titled Reflections, has begun at Galerie Zoom, Alliance Française de Dhaka.
Cohen, the highly-respected artist known for his poetic and lyrical music, died earlier this week.
The development committee hoped that if the four tournaments are held regularly, there wouldn’t be any crisis of footballers in the country
President Abdul Hamid summoned the parliament session exercising his power bestowed upon him by article 72 (1) of the constitution.
A team of joint forcesdetained one Ujjala Sompriti Chakma, the military wing chief of United People’s Democratic Front (UPDF), in a raid from Khagrachhari.
Coach Titu would’ve been happier if Arambagh had earned three points against the bottom-placed side but the point helped them climb one place up to fifth
The size of the next fiscal year’s budget may increase to Tk3.9 trillion, thanks to the country’s economic expansion, Finance Minister AMA Muhith said
Having herself been the subject of religious edict and forced into exile by radical critics of her writing, Taslima Nasreen despairs at the wave of assassinations of secular bloggers in her native country.
DLF panellist Bee Rowlatt speaks to DT