- February 08, 2017
Saleha Sharif died of cardiac arrest at the city’s United Hospital on March 29 at the age of 87
Shama leaves behind her husband Syed Iftikhar Rukun Hasib, son Waqar and grandson Kai in San Francisco, and her elderly mother in Dhaka among a host of relatives and well-wishers
Her memoirs of the 1971 Liberation War were published in 1986 as a book named “Ekattorer Dinguli” (Days of 71)
Japan honoured BAF Air Vice Marshal (retd) AG Mahmud for his role in negotiating an aircraft hijacking in Bangladesh in 1977.
The life of the war hero with a long and illustrious career in the military that spanned more than 3 decades was well researched in the documentary
A milad mahfil will be arranged at her Indira road residence
‘People often say that I am too simple and straightforward a man for politics’
A milad mahfil will be held today at the Qadirabad Cantonment Central Mosque for the peace of the departed soul
National Press Club President Shafiqur Rahman, General Secretary Farida Yasmin and leaders of Bangladesh Federal Union of Journalists and Dhaka Union of Journalists joined his namaj-e-janaza.
Unwilling to stay so far away from someone she held dear, Jeisa flew to Bangladesh on April 3
Saleha Sharif died of cardiac arrest at the city’s United Hospital on Wednesday afternoon at the age of 87
Ewan Paterson and Katie Halliday drew large crowds of curious onlookers on their journey north through Bangladesh last week
In February, an Egyptian woman weighing 500kg travelled to India to get surgery for a similar condition.
Mansur was born in 1898 in Dhanikhola village of Trishal, Mymensingh
Salman has become the first Bangladeshi to be on such a list
For International Women’s Day 2017, the Dhaka Tribune interviewed some of the trend-setting, trail-blazing women who are breaking new barriers every day
Amir Hossain, acting editor of the Daily Sun, died of heart attack on Monday. He was 72.
Abinta Kabir was one of the victims during the terrorist attack that left 23 people dead, including two police officers and 17 foreigners
One year on from the gruesome murder of their mother, Babul’s children try to move on.
The 7:34min video is a documentary which explains the 1978 contextual crisis Bangladeshis were facing in Brick Lane