- March 18, 2018
One Billion Rising (OBR) honoured archers Hira Moni and Bonna Akter, who have established their names in the archery scene following success at an international archery championship in Dhaka.
Saliha Bin Ali received the news of her son Sabri’s death a few months after he joined the Islamic State.
The proceedings of the ongoing 14th session of the parliament started in the spirit of Valentine’s Day on February 14. Several members of parliament greeted the house on the occasion, some with poetic verses and some with their own thoughts on love.
Professor Abul Hashem has been elected the new chairman of Dhaka Stock Exchange (DSE).
Bangladesh women’s football team are all set to fly for Singapore on Wednesday afternoon to take part in the Development Tournament Singapore 2017, scheduled to get underway Thursday
Setting aside politics, Emily Ratajkowski took to Twitter defending the First Lady Melania Trump on Monday, after meeting a New York Times journalist who allegedly referred to the first lady as a “hooker.”
A little love can change the mind. May be that is the motto of some celebrities who think positivity can change everything.
Love has different meanings for different people. For some, it could be a fun evening outdoors, and for others, it could be a lavish gift.
A short film starring Tahsan Khan and Bhabna premiered last Sunday.
Hugh Jackman has revealed that he has had his sixth session of skin cancer treatment and at the same time counseled his fans to stay safe in the sun and wear sunscreen.
People have been using flowers to express their emotions for ages. Whether it is Pohela Falgun (the first day of spring), Valentine’s Day or International Mother Language Day, flower sales experience a significant increase in the month of February.
Word has come in that Deepika Padukone has appeared in an audition for producer-director Aanand L Rai’s new film Dwarf, starring Shah Rukh Khan.
DC Tripura of the DMP Uttara division said nearly 90% of the investigation into Adnan’s murder is complete, though the prime accused is still on the run.
All eyes were fixated on Bangladesh’s maiden tour of India as it was the first time the Tigers toured their neighbour ever since their inaugural Test match in 2000
Until now Germany had merely asserted that such settlements are an obstacle to the peace process, without questioning Israel’s willingness to reach an eventual peace deal with the Palestinians
Two United Peoples Democratic Front (UPDF) men were detained with arms, ammunition and military fatigues from the remote Napitabari area under Panchhariupazila in Khagrachhari district on Tuesday.
Bidhan Chandra Tripura, deputy commissioner (Uttara Division) of Dhaka Metropolitan Police, said on Tuesday that anyone found roaming around in a school uniform during school hours will be detained.
The police’s alleged attempts to save a rapist has outraged rights organisations and locals in Manirampur upazila of Jessore.
China is beginning to export its own weapon designs, including armed drones, worldwide and is reaching ‘near-parity’ with the West in terms of military technology, according to a report on Tuesday
If you are travelling to Hyderabad for the first time, the city where Bangladesh played their maiden Test match on Indian soil a couple of days back, make sure of enjoying its “world famous chicken and mutton biryani”