- March 18, 2018
Sheikh Hasina said Pohela Boishakh has been celebrated since the Mughal empire
Islamic State was responsible for the explosion, the group said via its Amaq news agency
Dortmund fans opened their doors to stranded Monaco rivals in a heartwarming show of solidarity after the Borussia Dortmund team bus attack.
Preparations for Mufti Hannan’s execution are underway
Former Manchester United and Chelsea midfielder Juan Sebastian Veron made his comeback to professional football at the age of 42 – two years after hanging up his boots
After the court order, Chhatra League’s central committee suspended activities of the university committee
Unicef, Save the Children, Missing Children Europe and UNHCR welcomed the new EU measures and hoped for quick implementation
The April 4 chemical weapons attack that killed more than 80 people in an opposition-held town in northern Syria appears to have completely altered Trump’s calculus, triggering the first direct US airstrike on Assad’s forces in the conflict
The solution is to make it a priority to plant trees everywhere — these trees will help residents of Dhaka in incalculable ways
Mamata killed the Teesta deal, but all of West Bengal was behind her
How will the US manage the twin crises of Syria and North Korea?
The game has changed in South Asia
The BNP chief said Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina could not protect Bangladesh’s interests in any of the deals signed with India during her state visit.
Visibly angry, El-Sissi said in televised comments that Egyptians must stay united. He also renewed familiar pleas: Religious discourse must be moderated and the media must safeguard the nation’s interests
Under Iran’s electoral system, all applicants must be vetted by the Guardian Council, a clerical body that will announce a final list of candidates by April 27
Unesco has raised concerns over the possible impact of the coal-fired power plant on the Sundarbans
A person familiar with the situation said the settlement was worth less than $3 million, including legal costs and damages
The notorious militant leader’s wife, two daughters and his elder brother met him in jail in the morning
The BNP leader and former state minister for power was transferred over security concerns
Ershad’s plea challenged the sentence, whereas the state appeals were for increasing his jail term