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- October 19, 2017
A community of runners in Dhaka raised more than £35,000 in less than five days just by running – all for charity
More than 10,000 Rohingya have fled to Bangladesh in recent weeks, the United Nations said on Wednesday, escaping a bloody army crackdown in the north of Rakhine state
The statement did not say how the gang obtained the authentic visas. And the State Department did not say how many people were believed to have illegally entered the US and other countries using visas issued by the crime ring, which used bribery to operate unhindered
The trial of the signature forgery case filed by the land ministry against industrialist Ragib ali and his son Abdul Hai began on Sunday.
The Taliban were toppled from power by a US-led invasion in 2001 and have battled the Kabul government and its foreign allies since then
His burial ends a nine-day period of mourning during which Cubans, often encouraged by the government, flooded the streets to pay tribute to Castro, chanting “I am Fidel!”
The government has moved to provide textbooks in indigenous languages to students of Chakma, Garo, Marma, Sadri, and Tripura communities.
A Gazipur court yesterday placed suspended Gazipur City Corporation (GCC) mayor and BNP leader MA Mannan on a one-day remand in a case filed for extortion and violence.
Comilla Victorians finished second bottom with 10 points, two ahead of bottom side Barisal Bulls
The premier discussed with the president about her recent two foreign visits to Hungary and Morocco.
The 13th session of the Jatiya Sangsad (JS) commenced on 4pm Sunday.
Minister of Health and Family Welfare Affairs Mohammad Nasim said TV serials are responsible for promoting sexual harassment for women
Mustafiz and Ebadat trained under the supervision of national team trainer Mario Villavaryan on Sunday and are expected to join the Tigers’ preparatory training camp in Australia
A Bangladesh Railway employee who risked his own life to save a suicidal man on November 21 has been awarded by the Ministry of Railways and Bangladesh Railway on Sunday.
Not only Chanchal, family members of 19 other people, who were also allegedly picked up by law enforcers about three years ago, still wait for them, as they do not know whether they are alive or dead.
Zamal hit five birdies against a single bogey on the 10th hole in the $400,000 tournament’s third round
Visiting the Kaharol temple, local lawmaker Manoranjan said that the attack had been perpetrated in a planned manner
‘I don’t judge anyone based on T20. There is a huge difference between these leagues and international cricket,’ said Mashrafe on any potential future superstars
‘Team Potter’ from ‘ Institute of Business Administration’ became Champions of Unilever BizMaestros 2016. Beating more than 280 teams from top campuses of the country, the team will now proceed to participate in Unilever Future Leader’s League 2017 which will be held in UK, in Unilever global Head office where they will compete against top
Minor skin problems like chapped lips, small cuts and wounds, and skin dryness are experienced by almost everyone. But in case of people living in poverty, these small skin problems can turn into major issues. From that thought Unilever Bangladesh Limited’s skincare brand – Vaseline has initiated its ‘Vaseline Healing Project’ to help heal the