- June 23, 2017
The exhibition will remain open from 10am to 7pm everyday
The bus driver and his assistant fled the scene after the incident
Duration of the trailer is over two minutes
‘She was trained in Hollywood where they teach you to make a great entrance, and exit’
‘I’m completely in awe of his incredible mother and how she has been the whole way through this, she’s really made my dreams come true’
The organisers informed that students can buy the concert tickets at 30% off by showing their ID cards
According to New York Times (3/28/71) 10,000 people were killed; New York Times (3/29/71) 5,000-7,000 people were killed in Dhaka; The Sydney Morning Herald (3/29/71) 10,000 – 100,000 were killed; New York Times (4/1/71) 35,000 were killed in Dhaka during ‘operation searchlight’
People in the Hindu communities were subject to forced conversion to Islam
History of the Liberation War must be kept alive by initiating and re-initiating discussions on books like this
Bangladesh debutant Mehedi Hasan Miraz credited the seniors players for his impressive performance in the first ODI against Sri Lanka
Host Bangladesh will take on Hong Kong in a Group B encounter in the opening day of the Max Emerging Teams Asia Cup in Cox’s Bazar’s Sheikh Kamal International Cricket Stadium on Monday
The most popular fiction writer of Bangladesh shares in a heart-rending narrative how brutally he was tortured and how ironically a peer who had blessed the Pakistan army in 1971 later won the prestigious Independence Award.
Bangladeshis were pleasantly surprised if not outright shocked by the Facebook post by the Hall of Famer rock band.
This interview is largely based on his memoir, Untranquil Recollections: The Years of Fulfilment, in which he lucidly describes how his life got inextricably entwined with the political struggles of the Bangalis. In what follows Sobhan talks about the watershed events of our history as well as the role he and his economist and activist friends had played in providing an intellectual foundation for the case of Bangali nationalism
The trapped residents of Atia Mahal felt for 30 hours that their lives might end there. Then help came from above
Every living soul staying at the dormitory was gunned down
She died on Friday while undergoing treatment at Faridpur Medical College Hospital.