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- October 19, 2017
Shirin Sharmin Chaudhury was speaking as chief guest at the inauguration of a two-day workshop at Le Meridian hotel in Dhaka
‘If any adverse impact on the environment is detected, the dredging will be stopped’
The death reference and documents in Japanese citizen Hoshi Kunio murder case has been sent to the High Court.
A joint declaration was published at the summit.
As of Tuesday, the number of companies that completed CAPs stood at 68.
The signing places Visa as the e-CAB’s preferred partner in developing digital payments in e-Commerce sector.
The market has yet to figure out what path beyond March the Fed committee will be taking
A jubilant commemoration of history
The latest WikiLeaks data dump reveals how the CIA uses smart technologies to spy on people, in addition to its arsenal of spying capabilities.
This remix has created a storm on social media, just after the video was released on YouTube
Chief minister of West Bengal, Mamata Banerjee expressed shock and grief about the mishap.
Bangladesh off-spinner Mehedi Hasan Miraz admitted that the wicket of Kusal Mendis that came off a no ball proved to be costly for the visiting side in the end but he believes the Tigers can come back strongly on Wednesday by picking up quick wickets
Sri Lanka’s unbeaten centurion Kusal Mendis said he only rode his luck against Bangladesh when he was reprieved off a Subashish Roy no-ball during day one of the first Test at Galle International Cricket Stadium on Tuesday
Moments of the day during day one of the first Test between Sri Lanka and Bangladesh in Galle on Tuesday
Law enforcers found the girl lying on the bed, as locals and family members had brought the body down before their arrival
Bangladesh badly felt the absence of a proven finisher as they conceded a 3-2 defeat against Oman in their final Pool A match in the second round of the World Hockey League at Maulana Bhasani Hockey Stadium on Tuesday
Noted journalist Dipankar Chakrabarty was hacked to death at Shannalpara of Sherpur when returning home after work on October 2, 2004
Host Sri Lanka on Tuesday made a good start in the first Test against visiting side Bangladesh, riding on an unbeaten 166 from top-order batsman Kusal Mendis
Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina requested that the Indonesian government play a role in sending back Rohingya refugees to Myanmar, said the foreign secretary of Bangladesh on Tuesday. “The Rohingya refugee issue is a big problem for Bangladesh and it needs to be resolved,” said the Bangladeshi premier during a bilateral meeting with Indonesian President Joko
A Dhaka Court grants two-day remand of a gold smuggler on Tuesday after Customs Intelligence Investigation Directorate placed the miscreant before the court.