- April 17, 2018
After placing the floral wreath, party’s secretary general Mirza Fakhrul Islam Alamgir told the journalists that the main challenge for the party is to restore democracy in the country.
A Hungarian climber lost his way while he was hiking down the mountains in Gimmelwald, Switzerland, and the expected route back was closed. The climber was alone and since it was the end of the ski season the lifts were not operating and many of the trails had be closed. He had sprained his ankle
Sreenagar upazila authorities have imposed Section 144 in the local town to shun possible clash as two factions of BNP fixed same venue and time to hold rallies.
At least 10 Bangladeshis have been diagnosed with Zika infection in Singapore, the High Commission says.
His only option now is to seek mercy from the president
The former West Indies captain appointed Bangladesh’s new bowling coach on a three-year contract
Expatriates’ Welfare and Overseas Employment Minister Nurul Islam has inaugurated a call centre for the Bangladeshi expatriates living abroad.
Brazil’s Senate has voted to remove President Dilma Rousseff from office for manipulating the budget.
US Republican candidate Donald Trump has defended his call for a wall on the Mexican border, during his visit to meet President Enrique Pena Nieto.
There are indications that al-Adnani was indeed the principal patron or sponsor of ISIS operations in Bangladesh
The New JMB, a faction of Jama’atul Mujahideen Bangladesh, has taken nearly two years to set up its base in Bangladesh
Two months after the terror attack at Holey Artisan Bakery in Gulshan, Dhaka, investigators have made breakthrough having already traced the financier and arms supplier of the attack while gunning down mastermind Tamim Chowdhury in a drive
Inspector General of Prisons (IG Prison) Brig Gen Syed Iftekhar Uddin yesterday said Mir Quasem Ali will get maximum seven days to file a mercy petition
The police yesterday disclosed a list of 40 missing people who reportedly joined different militant outfits after leaving their homes
Bangladesh’s telecommunication sector is going to witness the first ever merger of two big companies as the High Court yesterday approved the long-awaited amalgamation of mobile network operation giants Robi and Airtel
Mobile operator Robi expects that its merger with Airtel will facilitate bringing its 36.17 million subscribers under a wider network coverage and providing them with a superior mobile internet experience
While they went to three different schools, their backgrounds and upbringing were not so different. Brought up in affluent families and getting to study in expensive universities at home and abroad – but also the fact that they all chose the path of terrorism
The former president of Grameen America Vidar Jorgensen has denied an allegation made by an Associated Press report that Dr Muhammad Yunus donated to the through his organisation to the Clinton Foundation
The government has decided to deploy 1,000 Rover Scout volunteers to assist traffic police in reducing traffic jam during the Eid rush. The volunteers will also work at the cattle market to ensure discipline
‘If the distances between the refuelling stations is far, then the customers will become the sufferers’