- March 16, 2018
If the sea level rises by one metre, the map of Bangladesh will be changed
A new port has not been built in the 45 years since Bangladesh was born, even though the country sees $60 billion worth of yearly trade throughout Chittagong and Mongla
While the whole world is passing through the age of fear about immigration, the success of the Bangladeshi population in Britain has a deeper resonance
The elections were held on Thursday where there were about 10,000 potential new voters from the former enclaves
The radicalised migrant worker recruited fellow countrymen working in Singapore to overthrow the government in Bangladesh and establish an Islamic state
Dhaka now feels more dangerous than a war zone after a spate of machete attacks by Islamist groups, including the murder of the founder of Bangladesh’s first magazine for the gay community
Five secular bloggers were killed last year and among the others slaughtered are foreigners – an Italian and a Japanese national – and followers of Hinduism, Christianity, Shia Islam, Sufism and Ahmadi Secretary Mannan
“The Chronicles Of Nadiya” will begin in the baker’s hometown of Luton and chronicle her travels to her family village in northeast Bangladesh.
A complete lack of firewalls made it easy for the hackers to steal the money from Bangladesh Bank
Sir Fazle Hasan Abed founded Brac, one of the world’s largest anti-poverty NGOs with 115,000 employees in 12 countries offering services to some 138 million people
While ISIS’s ideological appeal far outweighs its operational capacity in Bangladesh, eight “affiliated” attacks have occurred under the group’s mantle since the autumn of 2015
Surfing has helped eight girls, aged between 11 to 14, reclaim a piece of their childhood. It is a sport that conjures up freedom, verve and sunlit horizons — attributes not usually associated with the life of a young girl in Bangladesh
A shy, skinny left-armer from a village near Satkhira on the southwest border, Mustafizur has enjoyed a sensational eight-month rise
Speaking to Al Jazeera on the condition of anonymity, a representative from the Bangladeshi embassy in France said that “Moussa is in safe custody, in good health and has access to French officials who have already met with him”.