- June 19, 2017
Bangladesh women’s team reached Sri Lanka on Friday to take part in the qualifiers of the 2017 World Cup and skipper Rumana Ahmed said they are hopeful of displaying some good cricket and progressing for the main round.
Maria Sharapova said Wednesday she refused to feel sorry for herself during her doping ban, occupying her time by studying at Harvard, writing a book and even learning how to box.
A review of Disney’s Queen of Katwe
Popular singer, lyricist, and composer Tishma, who is known as “The Rock Princess of Bengal,” strikes again with a new music video. To the delight of her awaiting fans, Tishma dropped a music video titled “Mone Mone (Flame Pt 2),” on her Youtube channel on Friday.
A Teknaf-bound Malaysian flotilla delivering aid to Rohingyas will be able to dock at the upazila’s wharf, after reportedly being denied access earlier.
Beyonce has announced that she and her husband, rap mogul Jay Z are expecting twins. The pop superstar, who already embraced motherhood with a five-year-old daughter, Blue Ivy, with Jay Z, revealed the big news to her more than 92 million followers on Instagram, on Wednesday.
Bangladesh hosts the biggest photography festival in Asia
To an average Bangladeshi’s eye, live art performance seems a little strange, since this contemporary form of art is still in its nascent stage here.
They demanded the resignation of TR Zeling, the top elected official, for deciding to implement a court ruling that would reserve 33% of seats for women in local municipal elections
Bangladesh Nationalist Party was born illegally under military umbrella, Awami League Joint General Secretary Mahbub-ul-Alam Hanif has said.
Rapid Action Battalion along with Anti Piracy Action Team arrested five people in an anti-piracy drive in Narayanganj.
At least 13 dwelling houses and 11 shops have been gutted in a devastating fire at Follyatoli bazaar under Halishahor thana in the city on Friday.
A murder case accusing 200 unnamed persons was filed on Friday in connection with the death of a villager during a clash over the construction of Banshkhali coal-fired power plant.
Miscreants have shot a union Juba League leader to death in Khulna’s Phultola upazila.
A machete-wielding man who attacked a soldier outside the Louvre museum in Paris was shot and seriously wounded on Friday. Since 2015, more than 230 people have been killed by militant attacks in France
Outrage of modesty is punishable by up to 10 years in jail and whipping with a rattan cane, a punishment which dates back to British colonial rule in Singapore
Business experts believe it is possible to make a total of Tk500 crore through the export of software and IT related services by the year 2021, as long as a strong base of IT expertise can be developed within Bangladesh.
A housewife has been hacked to death allegedly by her rivals over a so called land dispute in Gobindaganj upazila of Gaibandha.
An assistant sub-inspector (ASI) of police was killed when a truck hit his motorcycle in the district’s Monirumpur-Dhakuria highway on Friday.
Kjell Magne Bondevik describes shock after being held and questioned at Dulles hub under new US entry controls