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- October 19, 2017
Superintendent of Police Md Mizanur Rahman claims that the women died in a fire originated from the cooking stove
The Santals of Gobindaganj in Gaibandha, four of whom died in police action and over 1,500 were displaced from their ancestral land on November 6, have accepted the relief from the administration.
According to a top Trump aide, Giuliani – a member of Trump’s inner circle – is a “serious” contender to become the next secretary of state
He was unconscious for two hours but we were able to stabilise him before he was evacuated
The Bangladesh Bank has frozen all bank accounts belonging to Hasnat Reza Karim, prime accused in the case filed over militant attack on an upscale cafe in Dhaka.
If Trump makes good on his promises to rip up deals on free trade, climate change and Iran’s nuclear programme
Muslims in the US are afraid. Newly released hate-crime statistics leave little doubt about why. Not since the September 11 attacks have anti-Islamic hate crimes been at such high levels in the US, according to FBI statistics, which show a 67% surge in criminal offences targeting Muslims last year. The bureau’s annual Hate Crime Statistics
The stateless Rohingya are seen by many Myanmar Buddhists as illegal immigrants from Bangladesh
Netanyahu faces pressure to hold his right-wing coalition together and not be seen as moving against the powerful settler movement
Right activists have termed sending of critically injured Santals Bimal Kisku and Charan Soren to jail before their treatments were completed – under alleged police pressure – a brutal act of vengeance.
The sixth edition of Dhaka Literary Festival begins Thursday with a stellar list of speakers appearing across the premises of Bangla Academy.
‘We are relaxed and felt really good after several days of training,’ said Bangladesh U-16 women’s football team captain Krishna after watching ‘Aynabaji’
Khurshid Alam says as the High Court has stayed the fines, not the jail sentence, the convict lost his membership on the day of his conviction
In contrast to the high-flying Dhaka Dynamites, Chittagong Vikings are struggling, having lost three out of their four games in BPL 4
The club would also contribute to be a centre of studying, reading and exploring IT world.
The cold war in Bollywood clearly never ceases to exist! Deepika Padukone and Katrina Kaif are no new names in this list, and for reasons quite rightful in their own places they are at loggerheads. Once again, at the Lux Golden Rose Awards 2016, held on Saturday, November 12, both the bodacious actresses were spotted
Bangladeshi actor, Jaya Ahsan wrapped up shooting for Kaushik Ganguly’s upcoming film Bishorjon. The National Award winning actor recently revealed some pictures from the film’s shooting spot at Kalimpong, a hill station in the Indian state of West Bengal. Alongside Jaya, who is playing the role of Padma, Abir Chatterjee plays lead in the film,
The Global Carbon Project report says ‘practically every coal power plant in the world will need to be switched off by 2050 to avoid global warming of 1.5 degree Celsius.’
Walker said it is important to focus on three key human dimensions – culture, conflict management and collaboration.
Anika Mahin, the daughter of actors S M Solaiman and Rokeya Rafique Baby, and an active member of Theatre Art Unit, has come up with her second play as a writer. The play – Marshakam (Masochism), is a political satire which was staged recently. As a playwright, Mahin followed her father’s footsteps while writing Marshakam,