- September 11, 2016
The Daily Caller quoted the Dhaka Tribune reporting PM Hasina allegations against the US government.
Dhaka Metropolitan Sessions Judge Md Kamrul Hossain Molla fixed the date after Khaleda’s counsel Md Sanaullah Miah filed a time petition
The US-abased think tank conferred the awards styled “Champions of Democracy” on the leaders from Awami League, BNP and Jatiya Party
The party was launched at the Institute of Engineers
The British politician is expected to meet Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on April 27
Chhatra Union President GM Gilani Shuvo has asked the military high-ups to bring to book the officials responsible for Romel’s torture that led to his death
Hefazat, a Qawmi madrasa-based Islamist hardliner pressure group that has been eyeing Shariah Law in Bangladesh, is engaged in a number of controversial issues
Rafiur Rabbi, a cultural personality in Narayanganj, has been sued by a Hefazat leader of for allegedly hurting religious sentiment
Noman gave a post on his Facebook profile saying that the chief justice had questioned the judiciary by attending political programmes
Thousands joined the protest, causing traffic in the Paltan area to be stopped
Some Hefazat leaders believe that this recognition will not bring any groundbreaking changes in the upcoming national election results
Politics and mistrust are major challenges to functioning regional or sub-regional connectivity
BNP has repeatedly said that the government and law enforcement agencies are responsible for the disappearance of Ilias Ali and 500 other leaders and activists of the party.
The Election Commission (EC) has prepared a draft roadmap for the next general elections.
Chairman aspirants are contesting the polls under party banner
According to several reputed confidential sources, Jamaat is eyeing 40 constituencies to contest in the 2019 general elections
‘I’m saying this to the chief whip- if he doesn’t take steps, then I’ll take steps for him’
The chief justice alleged that vested quarters were engaged in trying to create distance between the judiciary and the government
Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Tuesday decided to acknowledge Qawmi madrasa’s “dawah-e-hadith” as a post-graduate degree
The decision came amid protests by Islamists and statements against the government announcement