- July 25, 2017
Pouring rain coupled with animal sacrifices all over the city have created a strange and disturbing scene.
Dhaka Tribune published the report earlier. It has been republished due to readers’ interest
The video is grainy, has no time stamp and the sound quality is poor, but it appears to be authentic
A glance at today’s important news so far
Bangladeshi pop singer Asif Akbar Khan alleged on Monday that Oscar-winning Indian composer and music savant AR Rahman has copied one of his songs for the film OK Jaanu.
The second phase distribution of smart National Identity Card (NID) begins in Dhaka on Tuesday amid poor response of voters to collect their cards in the ongoing first phase, reports UNB.
Eminent economist and researcher Dr Abul Barkat says that there will be no Hindus left in the country three decades from now.
A group of programmers have launched the first ever Bangla-based programming language, Potaka.
Indian High Commission in Dhaka will introduce a scheme to enable women traveling to India to apply for visas without an e-token or prior appointment on a trial basis.
Jacqueline Mithila, an aspiring young model from Chittagong committed suicide allegedly over marital disputes.
Balochistan as a nation independent of Pakistan would be politically, economically and geopolitically self-sustainable with its vast energy and mineral deposits
The construction cost is estimated at Tk50,000 crore involving building three runways with 14,500 feet length each
Bangladesh Tour is a nationwide series concert arranged by Incursion Music, supported by Mood Mobile. The tour will be headlining by Plasmic Knock, Savagery and Aushruto who have released their albums through this record level.
Most of the victims seen in the photos and videos the group releases are slaughtered or beheaded, crushed or burned
About 100 people were working in the morning shift when the explosion took place at the Tampaco Foils Ltd
Sharekul Islam, 22, was arrested on September 15 in Pennsylvania’s Swatara
PayPal’s arrival in Bangladesh will pave the way for hassle-free electronic transfers of money, increase access to foreign consumers and ease the influx of remittances and earnings from foreign companies.
Over 100 people, including children, were injured in a clash between two groups over watching Indian Bangla TV serial Kiron Mala in Habiganj Sadar upazila on Thursday.
Shahbagh police say the rally was halted as the organisers had not sought prior permission
The suspect appears to be around 30-35 years old and dresses in a suit