- August 22, 2017
‘The Chinese government has a tendency to rely on infrastructure development to sustain growth in the long term’
The film is said to be a revenge saga where a single mother avenges her daughter who was raped and murdered.
The Directorate of National Consumer Rights Protection (DNCRP) has fined mobile network operator Robi Axiata Limited Tk4.1 lakh for deceiving subscribers.
The surprise announcement from the 31-year-old singer-actor came just at the end of her 90-minute performance at the Coachella Valley Music in Indio
The band chose the song “Boishakh” from their album Shwagoto Bangladesh for their first attempt
The film festival was organised by Estrella, the official film club of Future Institute of Engineering and Management
Will be seen in a single episode drama titled Jakhon Samay Thomke Daray
Malaika having a more serious role and not just an item song in the third installment of Dabangg
The move is being made in an effort to strengthen ties between India and Bangladesh
over 1,100 people, mostly Mowals, Bawals and fishermen dependent on the Sundarbans, have been killed by tigers in the last 10 years
The prime minister is flying to Bhutan on Tuesday to attend the International Conference on Autism and Neurodevelopmental Disorders.
Captain Mushfiqur Rahim and Naeem Islam both scored centuries to propel Legends of Rupganj to win against Sheikh Jamal Dhanmondi Club in the Dhaka Premier Division Cricket League on Monday
The court of Judicial Magistrate Abu Yusuf placed Mahmudul Hasan and Awaj Imtiaj Talukdar, alias Jasim, on remand after they were produced before the court.
India registered a comprehensive nine wicket win over Sri Lanka in the tri-nation physically challenged T20 cricket tournament at Jagannath Hall ground on Monday
Bangladesh Football Federation (BFF) on Monday has rejected an appeal from Fakirapool Young Men’s Club to play in the Bangladesh Premier League in 2017-18 season without participating in the forthcoming season.
Ukraine wants Russia to pay compensation to all civilians caught up in the conflict, one of Europe’s bloodiest since the 1990s Balkans wars, as well as to the families of the 298 victims of MH17
Partex Star Group, Urmi Group, Greenland Group, Palmal Group of Industries and Casper Foundation are hiring employees in April
The change to electronic bank transfers is a part of reforms to the country’s pension system
A video of the episode widely circulated on social media exemplifies for many viewers the human rights abuses allegedly committed by Indian security forces battling to contain a separatist insurgency now in its 28th year
Defying international pressure, North Korea tried to test-fire another missile in an attempt that failed, but which fuelled fears that it may be preparing for its sixth atomic weapons test