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- October 19, 2017
The government does not want the price hike to be implemented before February next year, said an official of the Ministry of Power, Energy and Mineral Resources.
Tushar Imran (108) scored his 19 first-class ton with twelve boundaries and a six
The new Election Commission has to be seen as being truly neutral, US ambassador in Dhaka Marcia Bernicat has said.
Ten journalists from across the industry have been awarded for their reporting on issues related to Hijras or transgender persons.
Bangladesh’s tea output in 2016 is expected to hit a record 80 million kg from 66 million a year earlier, the commerce minister said on Sunday, a volume that may be big enough to make imports unnecessary.
Eight years ago, at this stage of the transition, Obama had held nearly a dozen press conferences, in the midst of an economic crisis
A bitter political crisis in Poland worsened over the weekend with heated protests both in and outside the nation’s parliament and a swirl of allegations of attempted coups and threats to democracy
During the interrogation, Saddam said: ‘You [the US] are going to fail. You are going to find that it is not so easy to govern Iraq’
The political scene in Bangladesh swivels between open hostilities and periods of repetitive monotony, which was disrupted today when a BNP delegation met with an effervescent president to discuss election commission reconstitutions.
A Canadian woman was killed in shootout at Jordanian castle, other tourists believed to be trapped
Lt General Bipin Rawat, who took over as the Army vice-chief in September 2016, bypassed Eastern Command chief Lieutenant Genera Praveen Bakshi and Southern Army Command chief Lieutenant Genera PM Hariz
Here a three key questions on the fifth anniversary of US troops leaving Iraq
President Abdul Hamid said on Sunday that discussions with political parties will play an important role in constituting a strong Election Commission (EC).
Some 1.4 million people have headed to Europe in the last two years, triggering disputes between countries over how to handle the influx and boosting support for anti-immigration populists
Nagarik Oikya convener Mahmudur Rahman Manna has been released from Dhaka Central Jail, Keraniganj.
The 11-times European champions Real Madrid survived several more scares and a possible sending-off for captain Sergio Ramos before Ronaldo scored twice more in the first period of extra-time
John Carruthers, the director of the Sustainable Urban Planning Programme at George Washington University, is in Dhaka to attend the first annual national conference on urban resilience, as the key-note speaker. Dhaka Tribune‘s Abu Siddique talked to him on his thoughts about urban resilience.
Pakistan were 382 for eight at stumps, 108 runs short of their victory target, but having won admiration with the highest fourth innings total at the Gabba
The elegant right-hander made 199 before throwing his wicket away and squatting at the crease, head-in-hands, after the anti-climactic end to a stellar 311-ball knock
It is not known whether they have gone to seek asylum, became illegal immigrants or betrayed their country