- March 21, 2018
Two BCL leaders were expelled for breaching party regulations in Lakshmipur on Sunday.
After Monday’s Berlin attack, it emerged that Amri had also been in contact with the “hate preacher”, one of the leading voices of a movement that has grown sharply in recent years.
The Democratic National Committee criticized Trump for what it called “a wilted fig leaf to cover up his remaining conflicts of interest and his pitiful record of charitable giving.”
Bangladesh limited-over captain Mashrafe said a final decision regarding Mustafizur is yet to be made and that much of it will depend on the cricketer himself
The newly inaugurated Dhaka Water Taxi service at Hatirjheel has gained such popularity in just two weeks that the authority concerned has already said they will add 10 more vessels to their fleet.
Christmas celebrated at Dhaka’s renowned five-star hotels
Most of the urban poor do not know that a public health care system exists, let alone knowing how and where they can get access to it
Was the move to abstain meant for Israel or someone specific?
Ensuring safe drinking water is an issue Bangladesh needs to address immediately
What’s in a name?
An unwelcome Christmas surprise in southern Germany forced the evacuation of 54,000 people from their homes Sunday after the discovery of a bomb dating from World War II, local authorities said.
China’s largely rubber-stamp parliament passed a law on Sunday that will levy specific environmental protection taxes on industry for the first time from 2018, as part of a renewed focus on fighting the country’s pollution woes.
Williamson said his side would be more aggressive than they were in Australia, with the team’s pace bowlers to be asked to put pressure on the Bangladesh batsmen
BNP has been defeated in the NCC election for not leaving Jamaat-e-Islami, remarked Mohammad Nasim, Health Minister and coordinator of 14-party alliance.
Pope Francis said on Saturday that Christmas had been “taken hostage” by dazzling materialism that puts God in the shadows and blinds many to the needs of the hungry, the migrants and the war weary.