- August 19, 2017
The assassination marks a dangerous escalation of tension in the region and beyond
BNP-backed mayoral candidate for Narayanganj City Corporation election Shakhawat Hossain Khan has pledged to turn the city into a modern, liveable, safe city for the citizens.
School-goers among addicts with possible Indian supply connection
AIHRC points out that Afghanistan’s criminal law prohibits rape and pederasty, but there are no clear provisions on bacha bazi
UNHCR said 67,057 refugees were permanently repatriated in August, up from 12,962 the month before
Nato governments say the measures are modest compared with the 330,000 troops the alliance believes Russia has amassed on its western flank near Moscow since May
A woman was crushed under the wheels of a speedy train in front of her children at Kadamtali, Chittagong city on Monday morning.
A fire broke out at a branch of BRAC Bank at Asadganj under Kotwali police station in Chittagong city on Monday the early hours.
The revelation comes from a recent study jointly conducted by the Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS), American Museum of Natural History (AMNH), and Centre for Ecology, Evolution Environmental Changes (cE3c).
Workers urged to the BGMEA and the government to accept their demands.
Police recovered hanging body of a female ready-made garments’ worker from a cotton warehouse in Mohammedpur area in Chittagong city on Monday.
Nine months have passed after Comilla Victoria Government College student Sohagi Jahan Tonu was killed, but investigators yet to identify killers of the girl.
Bhutan forward Chencho Gyeltshen starred for the Sky Blues from Chittagong, bagging a brace, while Mohammad Ibrahim added the other
On November 5, police detained Atik on charges of instigating Jolly to commit suicide.
Criminal Investigation Department (CID) investigators working on the much-talked-about Bangladesh Bank heist probe have paid former Bangladesh Bank Governor Atiur Rahman a visit on Monday afternoon.
Saudi Arabia and the United States on Sunday played down media reports that Washington had decided to limit military support, including planned arms sales to the kingdom, over its war in Yemen. Saudi Foreign Minister Adel al-Jubeir said that Riyadh had not been officially informed of such decisions, which he described as contradicting the reality,
Alongside Bangladesh, South Africa, Pakistan, Scotland and Papua New Guinea make up Group B
Following the government announcement of the total ban on celebrating the New Year, the public has taken to social media to express their exasperation and amusement.
A candidate must obtain an absolute majority of the vote – or 270 of the 538 – to claim the presidency