Monday, September 21, 2015



India has inaugurated a 9.15km (5.68-mile) bridge over the Lohit river, easily its longest ever, which connects the disputed

Lawyers favored relocation

Chief Justice SK Sinha ordered the relocation of the Lady Justice statue from the Supreme Court premises after seeking

Huge protests

At least 11 persons including policemen and pedestrians were injured in a clash between students and police when demonstrators

Frictions threaten unity against terror

G-7 leaders met on Friday (May 26) with divisions on trade and climate change, and fresh friction surrounding United

Egypt Christians under gun attack: 28 killed

Masked gunmen attacked a bus carrying Coptic Christians on a visit to a monastery south of the Egyptian capital

Hefazat wants all statues removed

The Hefazat-E-Islam Bangladesh, a Chittagong-based Islamist group, expressing satisfaction over removal of statue of the Lady Justice from the

White collar crime a new threat

White collar crimes are known to be miscellaneous nonviolent crimes which create barrier to the normal way of development,

AL govt on killing mission: Khaleda

BNP Chairperson Khaleda Zia has alleged that Awami League government has undertaken a mission to sort out and thus

Ramadan begins tomorrow

The crescent for the holy month of Ramadan has not been sighted in Bangladesh; therefore, Sunday will be the

4 accused snatched from police custody

Miscreants snatched four accused of a murder case from police custody injuring at least 12 policemen at Banshgari Police

Sundarbans fire doused

A fire broke out at Madrasachhila at Nangli Camp of Chandpai Range of Sundarbans East Department in Sharan-khola upazila

Girl accuses school of war crime

An 11-year-old girl's assertion that her school was guilty of a war crime has gone viral. Her father, Gavin

ISI's corridor for fake Indian currency deal

An 18-kilometre stretch on the Bangladesh-Indian border near Malda in West Bengal has become the hub of fake Indian

Lady Justice statue removed from SC

The statue of Lady Justice at the Supreme Court premises has been torn down. A few days before the

Chief Justice frets about constitutional crisis

Chief Justice Surendra Kumar Sinha is worried that a crisis may be created if the question of removing judges

UN honors BD peacekeepers

Three Bangladeshi peacekeepers, who died while serving in Mali, has been honored by the UN.Bangladesh Army Soldier Abdul Bashar

'Power supply to improve by Saturday'

State Minister for Power, Energy and Mineral Resources Nasrul Hamid on Thursday said the unstable power situation in the

HC bans session fees at English schools

The High Court on Saturday banned English-medium schools from collecting session fees from students graduating to a new class.The

PM flies to Austria Monday

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina leaves here for Vienna on Monday to attend a conference of International Atomic Energy Agency

'EC roadmap won't ensure fair election'

BNP senior leader Khandaker Mosharraf Hossain has said the Election Commission's (EC's) roadmap for the next general election will

JMB kingpin jailed

The former chief of Jama'atul Mujahideen Bangladesh (JMB) Maulana Saidur Rahman has been sentenced to seven years and six

Two IBBL independent directors resign

Two independent directors of Islami Bank Bangladesh Ltd (IBBL) resigned from the board of the bank on Thursday citing

Tigers seal NZ victory

Tigers tasted their maiden away win against the Kiwis beating them by five wickets in the 6th and last

'Growers do not use formalin'

Producers do not use formalin to preserve mango, they apply traditional method for ripening. But a section of dishonest

PM greets cricketers

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina extended her heartiest congratulations to Bangladesh cricket team for their emphatic victory against New Zealand

Dhaka for regional management of common rivers

Water Resources Minister Barrister Anisul Islam Mahmud on Wed-nesday said strengthening regional cooperation is a must to manage trans-boundary

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