- June 23, 2017
Minister of Industries Amir Hossain Amu said militancy and terrorism has emerged worldwide to take control of resources in Muslim countries.
Detective Branch (DB) of Dhaka Metropolitan Police (DMP) have arrested some 12 members of ‘dope and ointment gang’ from different parts of Dhaka over the last two days.
International Labour Organization (ILO) Director-General Guy Ryder says Bangladesh has made remarkable progress to improve working conditions and safety in the readymade garments (RMG) sector.
The Detective Branch of police (DB) arrested an armed man named Rajib Hasan(29) from Narayanganj’s Borofkal area during a drive before the upcoming NCC polls.
The Detective Branch of police arrested eight suspects including two women, one in her 70s, allegedly for hijacking two jewellers from a bus in Narayanganj.
A septuagenarian man has been stabbed by his firstborn in Mohammadpur on Tuesday morning.
Sheikh Hasina reiterated her government’s stance that there would be no place for terrorism and militancy on Bangladesh soil. “We’re firm in this regard,” she said.
An unidentified body of a physically challenged one-armed man, aged about 32, was found tied in a sack floating in Buriganga River on Tuesday.
The Supreme Court is going to ask the Election Commission not to allocate the polls symbol, Scale, to any political party of the country.
Border Guard Bangladesh (BGB) members have sent back 116 Rohingyas who were trying to enter Bangladesh to flee persecution in Myanmar’s Rakhine state.
Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) Chairman Azam Saigol has resigned from his post citing personal reasons, the company’s spokesman said on Tuesday, less than a week after a PIA plane crashed and all 47 people on board were killed.
The body of a minor domestic help was recovered from the residence of an additional district magistrate in Barisal on Monday night.
State Minister for Posts and Telecommunications Tarana Halim says her remark on “exposing” people who access pornographic content on the internet has been misconstrued.
Bangladesh’s largest private mobile operator Grameenphone has violated its parent company Telenor’s internal guidelines regarding sponsorship, says a statement by the latter.
A Lufthansa flight headed to Germany from Texas was diverted to a New York City airport on Monday night after a bomb threat was called in to the airline’s headquarters, officials said.
A devastating fire has burnt to ashes 10 printing machines in Sylhet City.
The National Memorial at Savar will remain inaccessible to the public from Tuesday to Thursday for cleanup.
At least 10 people have been killed and scores injured as Cyclone Vardah battered Chennai, the capital of Tamil Nadu.
Cyber attacks targeting the global bank transfer system have succeeded in stealing funds since February’s heist of $81 million from the Bangladesh central bank as hackers have become more sophisticated in their tactics, according to a SWIFT official and a previously undisclosed letter the organisation sent to banks worldwide.
Hardline Muslims rallied Tuesday under heavy police guard outside an Indonesian courthouse where Jakarta’s Christian governor is standing trial in a high-profile blasphemy case that has gripped national attention.