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- December 12, 2017
Dhaka Tribune Correspondent Ali Shahriyar Bappa reports from Bloemfontein
He is set to attend the screenings of three of his films- Jibondhuli, Lalsalu and Chitra Nodir Pare
The tale was written by four muses of classic Bangla folk literature- Damodar Das, Raghusutha, Shreenath Benia and Nayanchand Ghosh
The festivity begins
Arjun did not ignore the comment instead shut down the troll with his response
The JSD leaders said this during a dialogue with Election Commission officials in the commission’s office at Agargaon in Dhaka yesterday.
More than 26 years ago, Indian soldiers allegedly raped more than 30 women in the Kashmiri villages of Kunan and Poshpora. Those who survived the attack are still fighting for justice, as Aliya Nazki from BBC Urdu reports
The film will hit international theatres on October 20
The recommendation comes close on the heels of the Supreme Court order holding triple talaq illegal, and if accepted can be another step towards gender parity among Muslims
The couple, who got married on November 11 in 2011, after one and a half years’ romantic affair, signed the divorce papers on August 26 at Dhaka Judge Court
The special offer is just for a day, and will only be available in a day-long fair in Dhaka’s Krishibid Institution of Bangladesh
Acting on a tip-off, a RAB 7 team caught the three with the banned drug after stopping and searching a Relax Paribahan bus at the port city’s Bahaddarhat area around 3:30am on Sunday.
Jashim wasn’t just a film star, he was also a producer, fight director and a freedom fighter
Bangladesh lose by an innings and 254 runs in second Test and concede series 2-0 to South Africa
‘I can only hope and pray that, as human beings we can somehow get over this’
The gang jailed for assaulting three Arab tourists and stealing the money
Marry a widow and get Rs2 Lakh. This is how India’s Madhya Pradesh is promoting widow remarriage
CCTV camera of a nearby building has caught the muggers who are suspected to have stabbed Abu Talha when he tried to catch them
Boris Johnson, seen as a potential successor to May, said that Conservative lawmakers pushing to unseat her were nutters
Bangladesh Foreign Secretary Shahidul Haque stresses that he has not seen any sign of radicalisation among Rohingya refugees.