- December 15, 2017
The boy was trying to settle a dispute between his brother and his friends, family says
Four officers of Darussalam police have been closed for allegedly threatening a businessman of implicating him in a narcotics case if he did not pay them bribe
Eighty-six shanties have been gutted in a fire that broke out at Balurmath slum in Dhaka’s Hazaribagh area.
Creating youths as change agents of the society, as believed by Mahatma Gandhi, would catalyse the process of building a healthy nation, Indian High Commissioner to Bangladesh Harsh Vardhan Shringla said
The PM landed around 6:45pm at Hazrat Shahjalal International Airport and was welcomed by hundreds of Awami League supporters on her way to and at Gono Bhaban.
‘The city corporation agreed to meet some of our terms and conditions and we agreed to shift to the new locations’
According to UNDP’s estimation, that is the annual income of over a million citizens
Narayanganj seven-murder case prime accused Nur Hossain has allegedly engaged in a scuffle with another accused within the court over food dispute.
Police yesterday recovered the body of a manpower businessman from a residential hotel in Motijheel area.
‘The problem mainly occurs at peak hours in the morning when office bound people, students and their guardians come out of their homes in a short span of time’
‘Dhaka is one of the worst cities in the world but the proper execution of the RSTP will ease the traffic congestion with the introduction of the metro rail and dedicated and disciplined bus services like the BRT’
The Revised Strategic Transport Plan (RSTP) is the third attempt by the government to ease traffic congestion in the city which was approved by the government on August 29
Founder member of Dhaka Newspaper Hawkers Multipurpose Co-operative Society Limited Anayet Ullah died yesterday morning at the age of 80
The sorry state of roads, poor drainage and waste management in Rayerbazar under the Dhaka North City Corporation (DNCC) have made commuting in the area a nightmare for the locals
A housewife has been beaten to death allegedly by her husband over dowry in Dogormora area of Savar on Saturday morning.
The United Nations Working Group on Enforced or Involuntary Disappearances has warned that enforced disappearances are on the rise, and expressed deep concern and frustration for what it defined as “a very frightening trend.”
Doctors and health professionals are concerned about a probable disease outbreak in Dhaka following the hours-long waterlog mixed with the blood of sacrificed animals on the day of Eid-ul-Azha
Police have reportedly claimed to identify the owner and driver of the car that killed an elderly couple in Shewrapara on Wednesday.
Bangladesh has stopped issuing on-arrival visas for Sri Lankans in retaliation for Colombo’s move to scrap the facility for Bangladeshis. Dhaka’s decision came into force September 11, three days after Colombo’s move, reports BBC Bangla. The Foreign Ministry earlier summoned Sri Lankan High Commissioner Yasoja Gunasekera and demanded an explanation from her over her country’s
Makeshift markets popped up across Dhaka on the evening of Eid-ul-Azha’s first day on Tuesday where meat from animal sacrifice was sold.