Monday, September 21, 2015



 A pick-up van has run over a student, protesting against Sunday's deaths of two others in a Dhaka road accident.

AL resorting to tricks to stay in power: Mosharraf

Awami League (AL) will not prevail in the next general election, so they have started resorting to various tricks to

IMF to monitor if budget meets loan conditions

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) is sending its staff consultation mission to Dhaka almost three months after approving a loan

Prothom Alo journalist ‘picked up by law enforcement agency’

Shamsuzzaman Shams, a reporter of Bangla daily Prothom Alo, was picked up allegedly by a law enforcement agency from his

Woman died in RAB custody, family members allege torture

A woman died three days after she had been detained by Rapid Action Battalion (RAB) from Naogaon town on Wednesday.  

Arav's Indian passport cancellation efforts on

Rabiul Islam alias Arav Khan, who is known as gold trader in Dubai, is mainly an accused of murdering a

Bangladesh strongly condemns burning of Quran in Sweden

Bangladesh has strongly condemned the burning of the Holy Quran in Stockholm, Sweden. The ministry of foreign affairs in Dhaka

Price of bottled soybean oil increased by Tk7 per litre

The price of bottled soybean oil has been increased by Tk192 per litre.Bangladesh Vegetable Oil Refiners and Banaspati Manufacturers Association

4 die as viaduct segment of BRT falls on car in Uttara

Four people were killed after a segment of a viaduct of the Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) project fell on the

BNP to continue movement, wait for bigger ones

BNP secretary general Mirza Fakhrul Islam Alamgir address a rally in front of the patry’s Naya Paltan office in Dhaka

China would stand beside Bangladesh in times of crisis

Russia-Ukraine war has created a new crisis in the economy of Bangladesh when the country was bouncing back from the

Thousands flock to Kathalbari to attend opening rally

Thousands of people have started flocking to Kathalbari in Madaripur district since early morning on Saturday, to attend the mammoth

Over 1.5 million children at risk as devastating floods hit Bangladesh

Over 1.5 million children are at increased risk of waterborne diseases, drowning and malnutrition due to extensive flooding in north-eastern

Latest News