- April 22, 2018
The official number of freedom fighters more than doubled during this Awami League regime over four decades after the war. To make it worse, of those 200,000 freedom fighters, there have been objections about more than 60,000 cases alleging that they were fake.
The main participants in the quota reform demonstrations are students of different universities and colleges
The final summit declaration is expected to repeat earlier condemnations of “terrorism in all its forms”, say diplomats and analysts
Human-headed figure will be one of three wrecked relics brought back to life using 3D printers and robots for show at Colosseum.
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi has built personal ties with President Barack Obama, whose signature foreign policy move has been a strategic pivot to Asia from the Middle East.
The projects are a mosque in Dhaka and a community centre in Gaibandha
The IWT is a 56-year-old accord that governs how India and Pakistan manage the vast Indus River Basin’s rivers and tributaries.
Relations between India and Pakistan have always been topsy-turvy, but recent escalations brought back memories of the Kargil War days
21m people will be directly killed, about half the world’s protective ozone layer would be destroyed, and a “nuclear winter” would cripple the monsoons and agriculture worldwide.
A major disagreement between regional rivals Saudi Arabia and Iran, also important Opec members, still may derail any cut in production
Situational leadership has significant impacts on the startup arena. A leader’s position is usually associated with task performance at the workplace by employees. As it’s effectual and relevant, startups should apply the notion to hasten their enlargement to another level.
Pepper, the Japanese human-shaped robot is considered generous and charming.