- March 18, 2018
Police suspect that the mother-daughter duo were murdered in their own flat.
Here are the profiles of 26 Bangladeshis who died on March 12 after the US-Bangla Airlines Flight BS211 crashed at the Tribhuvan International Airport in Kathmandu, Nepal
In an era of developing technology, it is difficult to say whether questions are being leaked or not, said the education minister
Criminals better beware the skies
Muazzem Ali urged Bimstec to focus on regular interaction, comprehensive connectivity within the region, and enhancing regional trade through FTA, among other goals
A flight of US-Bangla airlines arrived from Kathmandu 2:40pm, carrying the families of the victims of the plane crash.
A Bangladesh Air Force cargo plane, carrying the bodies from Nepal, landed at Hazrat Shahjalal International Airport around 4pm
Namaj-e-janaza for the 23 Bangladeshis will be held on the premises of Bangladesh Embassy in Nepal today
The Urban Study Group comprises concerned architects and local volunteers on a crusade to protect the heritage and cultural fabric of Puran Dhaka, calling to preserve over 2,500 historic buildings.
Nepal’s capital Kathmandu topped the index as the most polluted city with a score of 208
Dhaka Medical College Hospital has formed a medical board to treat the five survivors admitted there
Bangladesh’s capital ranked as the sixth most polluted city with a score of 167
A DMCH spokesperson said none of the three patients are out of danger yet
Among 133 cities worldwide, Singapore has been ranked as the most expensive city in the ranking
Bangladesh’s capital received a score of 144 in the US Air Quality Index (AQI)
Despite regular drives and arrests by law enforcement, the perpetrators are unrelenting
Billal Hossain was the car driver of Safat Ahmed, another of the accused who remains in prison over the alleged assault at the Raintree Hotel in Banani on March 28, 2017
Both parties also agreed to establish an organization dubbed as ‘Centre of Excellence in Cyber Security’
Three other Bangladeshi nationals, injured in Monday’s crash, are also scheduled to come home from Nepal soon