- March 18, 2018
Representatives of the government, law enforcement and rights groups agree that the country lacks proper infrastructure to support survivors of violence
A case was filed yesterday against ten people including Al Amin and Ishrat Imtiaz, another student of Law department at SUST
A local leader of Bangladesh Chhatra League (BCL) allegedly assaulted a UP member and union secretary at Madhnagar union under Naldanga upazila, Natore on Sunday.
Upul Tharanga, together with Kusal Mendis, steadied the Sri Lanka innings after they lost their first three wickets for 42
Ramna Model police station inaugurated the new women and children support centre on its premises on Sunday to facilitate victims of violence and women and children.
Police’s elite force Rapid Action Battalion arrested five members of two human trafficking gangs from Dhaka and Faridpur in two days
Observers see the reduced number of officials to vote, down from more than 2,000 in 2009, as part of a move to exclude Dahlan supporters
Selina Hayat Ivy, the Awami League-backed Narayanganj City Corporation mayoral candidate, said if her traditional arch-rival Shamim Osman supported her in the race it would be good, and if he did not that would be even better.
In the last two years, Bangladesh experienced 5% rise in violence against women
Finance Minister Muhith said the government wants to combat corruption and create good governance with a paperless monetary system.
The government has signed agreements with 58 banks and financial institutions to distribute housing grants with first instalments disbursed to 432,000 households
Sri Lanka has said it will set up special courts to address issues of accountability, but the promised judicial mechanisms have yet to be established
A UN estimate in 2005 said around 4,000 people had either been killed or were left dying from cancer and other related disease
As Obama leaves office in January, his decision to engage rather than pressure Havana in the hopes of forging new bonds could quickly unravel
This is an inspirting story of a day labourer-turned-agro entrepreneur, who received 2014 Bangabandhu Agricultural Award in the category of economic empowerment
The new Child Marriage Restraint Act 2016 has special provisions that critics say are not only contradictory to its objective but will also raise the number of child marriages in the country.
The US government spent more than $1bn trying to kill, undermine or otherwise force Castro from power, but he endured unscathed before old age and disease finally took him
A youth was stabbed to death allegedly by his friend in Zindabazar area of Sylhet on Saturday night.
The cases were filed against him during the countrywide blockade and hartal enforced by the BNP-led 20-party alliance last year
Israel seized 1,200sq kilometres of the Golan from Syria in the Six-Day War of 1967 and later annexed it in a move never recognised by the international community