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- October 19, 2017
A BNP delegation led by Chairperson Khaleda Zia is set to meet the president on December 18.
The terrorists spent around Tk5,11,000 for arms and ammunition, and Tk200,000-300,000 for house rent and other costs
Trump’s incoming White House chief of staff, Reince Priebus, will leave the RNC chairmanship when Trump takes office on January 20
A nationwide emergency number “999” has started operating its services.
Their total land area is almost 5,000 square km, according to Japan’s Foreign Ministry. The islands are close to oil- and gas-producing regions of Russia, and may themselves harbour rich mineral deposits, a tempting possibility for resource-poor Japan
In an exclusive interview with the Dhaka Tribune, AHM Jilani Chowdhury, a naval commando, reminisces about the mission to sink Pakistan ships during the Liberation War
The one-day summit, cut back from the usual two days, wraps up an ‘annus horribilis’ for the bloc that has seen it face a wave of eurosceptic populism including the shock Brexit referendum vote in June
It is up to individual historians to decide where they stand on the matter
Damascus is celebrating its biggest victory in over five years of war after recapturing control of the rebel bastion in the east of the city and dealing a hammer blow to those looking to oust Assad
At least 27,000 Rohingya have fled to Bangladesh since with stories of mass-killings, rape and torture at the hands of security forces which have heaped pressure on Aung San Suu Kyi’s administration
In hindsight, it appears we had only won a battle 45 years ago. We had won independence but not liberty
The plaques naming a road after Abdus Sattar Khan Chowdhury Madhu Mia and another after Kaseruddin Chairman were removed as both were opposed to Liberation War of Bangladesh in 1971.
Pakistani Commander Amir Abdullah Khan Niazi surrendered to Lt Gen Jagjit Singh Aurora, commander of the Joint Forces, at the Dhaka Race Course
“Amit’s friend killed Amit and disgraced the word `friendship’. So the accused should be punished with capital punishment whether this type of killing could not be occurred in the society later,” said the judge in his observation.
On December 6, 1971, King Wangchuck sent a congratulatory message to Syed Nazrul Islam, acting President of Bangladesh, making Bhutan the first country to recognise Bangladesh as a sovereign independent country.
People, especially aged and children, in Kurigram have been passing their days with difficulties due to extreme cold weather.
The game will start selling in 151 countries and regions later Thursday and will become available on Android-based devices at a later date
The Pakistan army officers who had supervised the genocide lived out their last days in Pakistan. This article finds out how
With Ronaldo firing blanks until scoring with virtually the last kick of the game, Benzema struck in first-half stoppage time, finishing clinically with the outside of his right boot after a deft pass from Toni Kroos
Sheikh Hasina said the government is waging a social movement against terrorism and militancy by involving people of classes and professions including guardians, teachers, imams of mosques and students.