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  • ‘BNP trying to stir up controversy about election-time government’

    ‘BNP trying to stir up controversy about election-time government’

    Awami League General Secretary Obaidul Quader claimed that BNP had resorted to raising issues about the election-time government as they had failed to stir up controversy about the new Election Commission.

  • India struggle a learning curve for Miraz

    India struggle a learning curve for Miraz

    Bangladesh off-spinner Mehedi Hasan Miraz is treating the long struggle with the ball against host India as a learning experience, rather than being negative after failing to take all 10 wickets in the first innings

  • What $10 or less gets you in Bangladesh

    What $10 or less gets you in Bangladesh

    What can you get for $10 (approx. Tk800) or less in Bangladesh? Renowned travel blogger Drew Binsky visited Bangladesh earlier in the week and he offers his personal findings in Dhaka.

  • India-Bangladesh lone Test: Moments of the day

    India-Bangladesh lone Test: Moments of the day

    Bangladesh’s day turned from bad to worse when captain and wicket-keeper Mushfiqur Rahim failed to contact with the wickets not once but twice on the same occasion

  • Lords aim to attach conditions to Brexit bill

    Lords aim to attach conditions to Brexit bill

    The fact the bill passed through the House of Commons without amendment has raised expectations it will enjoy an equally smooth passage in the un-elected House of Lords

  • Islamic State shifts to Libya’s desert valleys after Sirte defeat

    Islamic State shifts to Libya’s desert valleys after Sirte defeat

    Some fighters were based outside Sirte before last year’s campaign, some fled during the battle and some have arrived from eastern Libya where they have been largely defeated by rival armed factions

  • Infographic: Trump vs Everyone

    Infographic: Trump vs Everyone

    After just three weeks in power and five executive orders, Donald Trump is facing 84 lawsuits — most are targeting his controversial ban on citizens of seven predominantly Muslim countries from entering the US. In a unanimous decision, the San Francisco-based 9th US Circuit Court of Appeals declined Thursday to block a lower-court ruling that suspended the travel ban. Trump faces lawsuits about financial conflicts of interest, federal funds to sanctuary cities and a climate-change suit. More than 60 lawsuits have been filed under the Immigration and Nationality Act, Religious Freedom Restoration Act, Bill of Rights and Administrative Procedures Act.

  • Security fears dictate new route for Nice carnival

    Security fears dictate new route for Nice carnival

    Last year’s carnival was already the object of heightened security in the wake of the November 2015 jihadist attacks in Paris, with attendance way down at some 400,000

  • Bangladesh women on verge of Super Six stage in Qualifier

    Bangladesh women on verge of Super Six stage in Qualifier

    Bangladesh are on the verge of qualifying for the Super Six stage of the ongoing 2017 Women’s 50-over World Cup Qualifier after thrashing their Scotland counterparts by seven wickets at Colombo Cricket Club in Sri Lanka Friday

  • Top AL leaders slam BNP for EC remarks

    Top AL leaders slam BNP for EC remarks

    Three of the top Awami League (AL) leaders of the country have addressed BNP’s recent speculations and statements where they have expressed their lack of confidence in the newly formed Election Commission at three separate events on Friday.

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