- June 22, 2017
For the fifth time in four months, a fishing cat has been beaten to death in the Kushtia district
Japan honoured BAF Air Vice Marshal (retd) AG Mahmud for his role in negotiating an aircraft hijacking in Bangladesh in 1977.
Violence erupted between protesters and police near Place de la Bastille in the French capital during a march for the annual May Day workers’ rally led by three unions, six days before the presidential election run-off.
A cow plummeted 70ft from a terrace and crushed a man in Kolkata, injuring the unfortunate man but losing his own bovine life in the process.
A push to produce ethanol could make fuel cleaner and help battle climate change – but the price for the country’s poor may be high, experts warn
A Bangladeshi man in Dubai was caught and arrested by police for running a covert prostitution den under the guise of a massage parlour
A Madhya Pradesh state minister aims to draw attention to the plight of rural women who face domestic abuse from their alcoholic husbands
The boy’s uncle, who planned and executed the abduction and murder, needed money for marriage
He was sentenced to 30-year imprisonment in a murder case
‘Natun Somoy’ Executive Editor Ahmed Razu has been accused of running fabricated news reports
The historic May Day is being observed in Bangladesh on Monday like elsewhere in the world amid a growing demand for a new salary structure for workers and ensuring their justified rights
The female Jamaat activists were holding a clandestine meting on Sunday night
Rajshahi was hit by a severe storm on Sunday evening
The boat had 360 sacks of rice when it sank
North Korea has threatened a pre-emptive strike raising tensions in the region
Working people sacrificed their lives on May 1, 1886 for realising their demands
The South’s presidential office said the US alliance with South Korea was its top priority in the Asia-Pacific region
Lazio coach Simeone Inzaghi said referee Daniele Orsato had admitted making the wrong decision during the halftime interval
Vettel now has 86 points after the opening four races with triple champion Hamilton, a winner in China, second on 73 and Bottas third with 63
Chase’s second Test century, in just his ninth Test, featured a variety of shots, as he scored almost equally on both sides of the wicket