- August 27, 2016
The High Court gave the fresh order as the previous directives to remove the names were not implemented
The December 7, 1941 Japanese attack on Pearl Harbour triggered the United States to join its European allies in World War II. With Prime Minister Shinzo Abe due later this month to become the first Japanese leader to visit Pearl Harbour, here is a look at the sequence of events that led to the US changing
Most are Bedouin, a community native to southern Israel. But some are other Arab citizens of Israel, the descendants of Palestinians who remained during the 1948 war of the state’s founding
In 2014, HujiB leader Mufti Hannan was given death penalty in 2001 Ramna Batamul blast case
Bangladesh’s telecommunication giant Grameenphone has embarked to create a digital video repository of stories from 1971 Liberation War, narrated by freedom fighters.
Six youths have gone missing from Dhaka over the last one week.
Out of the 2090 cases filed under the Women and Children Repression Act 2000 since November 2011 only 729 have been investigated, according to data from Dhaka Metropolitan Police (DMP).
Al Pacino, The Eagles, James Taylor, gospel and blues singer Mavis Staples and Argentine pianist Martha Argerich were celebrated Sunday for their lifetime achievements at the last major arts gala attended by President Barack Obama and his wife Michelle.
A teacher at Jagannath University claims to have discovered a method to produce fuel from discarded plastic bags.
Dominic Ongwen, known as the “White Ant”, is the first leader of the brutal Ugandan rebel army led by the fugitive Joseph Kony to appear before the ICC, created to try the world’s worst crimes
Jayalalithaa’s death has plunged one of India’s most economically powerful states into a period of political uncertainty
The Supreme Court currently has 11 justices who are selected by an independent commission and must have either been a High Court judge for two years or a practising lawyer for 15 years
The mystery behind the death of three Jubo League activists yet to be solved, as law enforcers and families of the deceased are providing contrary statements over reason of their deaths.
Mostafa Yousuf, a staff reporter of bdnews24.com, alleged that the police constables harassed him while he was returning to Chittagong city from Raojan upazila by a bus.
Mother of a four-year old was burnt, as her husband threw boiling water on her following a domestic fight at Latifpur Maddhapara in Shajahanpur upazila of Bogra on Saturday.
Eleven-year-old Ashik Mia was tortured for failing to pay Tk60 when demanded by the lender
Marlon Brando and Maria Schneider starring – Last Tango in Paris – is making headlines again, 44 years after the controversial film released. In a recently surfaced 2013 video, the director Bernardo Bertolucci admitted that the infamous rape scene in the much-lauded 1972 film was not consensual.
Veteran Indian actress Shabana Azmi, recently visited Dhaka to take part in a private university graduation ceremony. The five times Indian National Film Awards winner joined the 11th Convocation of Brac University, held on December 5, in the capital.
After Ranbir Kapoor and Ranveer Singh‘s, and Mira Rajput and Shahid Kapoor‘s fantastic episode, Karan Johar is now at fire with his show Koffee With Karan.
Starting from December 1, audiences across Asia can tune in to English-language television from Deutsche Welle (DW) in crystal-clear high definition (HD) quality. The HD channel will run parallel to DW’s standard definition (SD) channel.