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BNP Chairperson Khaleda Zia has alleged that efforts are going on to sign unequal deals to make Bangladesh a

Gunfire, blasts at terror den

At least three persons including one law enforcers were killed and 31 others injured in a blast near the

Genocide Day observed by BD mission in Pakistan

Genocide Day has been observed by Bangladesh High Commission in Islamabad, Pakistan on 25th March amid appropriate programs.  Bangladesh

Genocide Day observed

The nation yesterday observed the 'Genocide Day' for the first time with the demand for recognizing the day as

Take a fresh vow to uplift democracy, says PM

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina today called upon the countrymen to take a fresh vow to advance the country's development

Nation celebrates 47th Independence Day today

Today is the 47th Independent day of Bangladesh.  On this day, Pakistani military launched its killing campaign against the

Students not getting school syllabus timely

Education Ministry was capable enough to deliver text books to the students early in the year, but school students

Factors behind AL's defeat in SC Bar election

Followers of the ruling party have lost the polls in Supreme Court Bar Association after facing defeat in Dhaka

Two months in, Trump suffers string of defeats

President Donald Trump suffered a bitter defeat Friday in his first major legislative challenge as Republican lawmakers shot down

Australia, US issue security advices for their citizens

The US Embassy and Australian embassy have advised their citizens living in Bangladesh to take appropriate steps to enhance

'Suicide blast' near Dhaka airport

A 'suicide bomber' has been killed in a blast in front of a police box near Shahjalal International Airport

Army joins raid to bust Sylhet 'militant den'

Army commandos have joined the joint forces to raid a house, presumed to be a hideout of militants, at

Trump congrats President, PM on Independence Day

US President Donald Trump has extended his 'heartiest' congratulations to President Abdul Hamid and Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on

EU risks dying, needs new vigor: Pope Francis

Pope Francis told Europe's leaders on Friday the continent faced a "vacuum of values" as they marked the EU's

Fire service said, 'BB didn’t inform us'

Director General (DG) of Fire Service and Civil Defense Brig Gen Ali Ahmed Khan said the locals informed the

First ever 'Genocide Day' today

The first ever 'Genocide Day' is being observed today across the country for the first time in remembrance of

Teesta deal to be signed, says Quader

The deal for sharing Teesta's waters would be signed with India in time, Awami League General Secretary Obaidul Quader

GD filed over fire in BB

Bangladesh Bank has filed a general diary over a fire in its offices without mentioning the extent of the

BNP says fire at central bank mystery

BNP on Friday termed mysterious the fire incident in the Bangladesh Bank Bhaban, a year after its reserve account

Rice price edges up

Prices of rice at retail level have gone high as the wholesale market was up since last few weeks.

ACC wants a 100 percent increase of its workforce

Anti-Corruption Comm-ission (ACC) is set to propose the Ministry of Public Administration to revise the organogram with doubling the

Growing trends of female Jihadism in Bangladesh

Recently, Bangladesh has witnessed an uptick in the participation of female jihadists in multiple roles as the country's militant

Fire at Bangladesh Bank HQ

A fire broke out at the Bangladesh Bank headquarters in Dhaka Thurs-day evening but fire fighters doused the blaze

250 feared dead in migrant boat sinkings

Around 250 African migrants are feared to have drowned in the Mediterranean after a charity's rescue boat found five

US may accuse N Korea in BB cyber heist: WSJ

US prosecutors are building potential cases that would accuse North Korea of directing the theft of $81 million from

PM slates UK terror attack

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina yesterday strongly condemned the terrorist attack in the British capital of London on Wednesday.  "Prime