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- October 19, 2017
During the attempted coup, rogue soldiers commandeered tanks, helicopters and warplanes in Istanbul and Ankara and attacked parliament and other institutions.
When it comes to borders, the resolution does leave an opening for negotiations, saying there will be no changes to the June 4, 1967 “other than those agreed by the parties through negotiations.”
Trump had said Saturday that he wanted to dissolve his charitable foundation amid efforts to eliminate any conflicts of interest before he takes office next month
When the Beni massacres started in October 2014, with most of the victims hacked to death, the ADF was quickly branded the culprit by both Congolese authorities and Monusco
Romania’s president sparked fresh political turmoil Tuesday after rejecting a proposal by the election-winning leftist party to name the EU country’s first female and first Muslim prime minister.
Israel has escalated its already furious war with the outgoing US administration, claiming that it has “rather hard” evidence that Barack Obama was behind a critical UN security council resolution criticising Israeli settlement building, and threatening to hand over the material to Donald Trump
The migrant workers of Bangladesh consistently prove themselves as a crucial asset to the economy, and are one of the largest national migrant groups in the world.
From flying drones and weaponised robots, to driverless taxis and self-lacing shoes, we look at some previously conceived ideas and inventions that are part of our world today.
The new year is almost upon us. Our law enforcers are doing their job. Let’s do our part to keep Bangladesh terror-free
Zila Parishad election will be held Wednesday in 61 districts, except three hill track districts.
Eight hundred members of different law enforcing agencies will be deployed in Manikganj polling centres for ensuring peaceful zila parishad elections on Wednesday.
Radicalism is nothing but a byproduct of misinformation coming back to haunt us
To see the change that we want to see in Bangladesh, we need to facilitate it first
16 service providers have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with A2I (Access to Information Programme of Prime Minister’s Office) to enable subscribers to pay water, electricity and gas bills using a common platform on Teletalk mobile phones called “P2G”, on Tuesday morning.
Nahid Hannan, widow of former BNP leader Hannan Shah, has been admitted to Dhaka Medical College Hospital with second-degree burns.
The smartphone users can now download the mobile application from the Google Play Store as Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Tuesday formally inaugurated it at her office.
Environment Minister Anwar Hossain Manju said the government has been negotiating with the World Bank to strike a $2bn-credit deal for investing in environmental projects.
Terrorist group ‘New Jamaatul Mujahideen Bangladesh (JMB)’ was plotting to attack a church in Dhaka on Christmas day, police have claimed.
The Workers’ Party met with President Abdul Hamid at Bangabhaban on Tuesday to discuss the EC reconstitution.
The finance minister has refused to hand out Tk2600cr bonds to the Basic Bank in one go.