- March 18, 2018
Scores of worshippers from the mosque gathered within hours at the murder scene to denounce the cold-blooded ambush as a hate crime.
A female militant blew herself up during a police raid in a militant hideout at Dhaka’s Ashkona, marking the first time a woman acted in the capacity of a suicide bomber in Bangladesh.
ICANN sent a letter to the government clearing the much-awaited Internationalised Domain Name (IDN) on Wednesday
A recent report on economic growth says the domestic output of Bangladesh could double from $628 billion in 2016 to $1.3 trillion in 2030, moving the country up to 28th in the ranking of world economies.
The ruling party is yet to declare the names of three secretaries, three Presidium members and a deputy secretary
Grameenphone currently has 57 million active subscribers as of June this year
Internet users in Bangladesh were not able to access google.com.bd from 10am to around 3pm Tuesday.
Bangladesh took delivery on Monday of its first submarines, bought from China, as it seeks to boost its naval power in the Bay of Bengal.
The figure gradually increased, from 70 years and 5 months in 2013 to 70 years and 8 months in 2014
The BERC Act prohibits the regulator from raising gas prices twice a year
The per-capita income surged to $1465
Bangladesh is set to get its first ‘smart city’ in Purbachal by 2018 according to officials, reports BSS
The bill drew criticism from various quarters for allowing child marriage in the name of ‘special cases’
The draft Citizenship Bill, 2016, approved by Cabinet in February last year, is in contravention of the constitution, experts have told the Dhaka Tribune.
When informed, even the police could not believe what they had heard
Symphony mobile has recently launched two smart phones, Symphony R20 and Symphony R100, in the market.
Compared to last year’s drop in performance, the average pass rate in this year’s HSC and equivalent examinations has seen a 5.1 percentage points increase to become 74.70%
‘I earned this money through much suffering. This money is precious. Please help me exchange it.’
Bangla is currently an official language in Sierra Leone.