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- October 19, 2017
It will be easy to trace every criminal if all the countries concerned consider the criminals as criminals and provide the CID with information and evidence they have got, a senior CID official has said
Cricket lovers Shaheed Jewel and Shaheed Mushtaque both lost their lives during the war
The investigation report does not mention that three Santals were killed and 30 others injured during the November 6 drive, and that the Santal houses were looted and torched
A quick look at the first day of the water taxi service in Dhaka on December 16.
An exhibition of photos, artworks, handicrafts on life in Korail was held in the recently devastated slum from December 15-16.
Swart hit 12 sixes and 18 fours and saw eight of her team-mates get ducks
Bangladesh had beaten Afghanistan in their first game of the tournament and will face Pakistan in their next Group B game on Sunday
The second part of his austerity package, raising the minimum retirement age, faces a more hostile reception in Congress while street protests are becoming increasingly heated
To Bangladesh’s credit, they showed fight in the second half of their innings
On Wednesday, his children had seats at the table of one of his biggest policy meetings yet, attended by the country’s top tech-industry elites and Trump Cabinet nominees
Iran’s involvement over more than five years, first by providing military advisers and then by training and arming Shia militia, has not only helped shape the Syrian conflict, it has strengthened its own hand across the region
Ipsos MORI’s ‘Perils of Perception Survey 2016’ found that many countries overestimate their Muslim population by a staggering amount. Out of 40 countries surveyed, only Indonesia and Turkey underestimated the number of Muslims in their countries.
Some African countries have made the fight against poaching a priority, but others believe there are more important problems on which to spend scarce resources, such as ending conflict, poverty, unemployment or hunger
The bench told the government’s top law officer that the people were unable to get Rs 24,000 as per a government promise
Day one of Dhaka Comicon
The eight-team tournament is inspired by the Bangladesh Premier League as all the teams are named like the franchises
A Gaibandha district administration investigation has found valid the Gobindaganj Santals’ claims on their ancestral lands in the Rangpur Sugar Mills area.
The first female drummer of Bangladesh, Georgina Huq, performed at TSC on the eve of Victory Day.
A Silicosis-affected worker of Burimari land port stone crushing yard has died in his residence in Badondal area of Patgram upazila of the district yesterday morning.