Monday, September 21, 2015



 At least 220 injured people on Monday received treatment at Dhaka Medical College Hospital (DMCH) following a series of

Quota protestors announce fresh programs

 The agitating students, who have been demanding the reformation of the quota system in government jobs, have announced a

Five questions for Secret Service after Trump shooting

 Several major questions have emerged for the US Secret Service to answer in the aftermath of the shooting of

Fakhrul condemns govt for 'unleashing' Chhatra League against protesters

 BNP Secretary General Mirza Fakhrul Islam Alamgir on Monday said those who unleashed ruling party student front Bangladesh Chhatra

They don't feel ashamed to call themselves Razakars: PM

 Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Monday termed the slogan, "Who are you? Who am I? Razakar. Razakar." chanted by

Pakistan to ban Imran Khan's party

 Pakistan is planning to ban former Prime Minister Imran Khan's political party and move the country's top court to

Biden asks Americans to 'cool it down'

 President Joe Biden on Sunday urged Americans to reject political violence and recommit themselves to resolving their differences peacefully,

Vikram Misri new Indian External Affairs Secretary

 Vikram Misri assumed the charge of the External Affairs Secretary of India on Monday. The Ministry of External Affairs

Assassination attempt on Trump at Pennsylvania rally

 Former US President Donald Trump was rushed off the stage by the Secret Service at a rally in Butler,

PM urges traders to diversify export goods

 Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Sunday handed over the National Export Trophy to 77 top exporters for the fiscal

US presidents and presidential candidates who were killed or faced murder attempts

 The assassination attempt on former US President Donald Trump on 13 July 2024 has impelled historians and journalists to

BNP to announce programmes under 1-point movement to oust govt

 BNP Standing Committee member Nazrul Islam Khan on Sunday said their party, together with like-minded opposition factions, will be

I took action against an orderly who made 4 billion taka: PM

 While talking about taking measures against corruption, Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Sunday brought up the issue of the

Govt prefers India for the Teesta mega project

 Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has said that she believes India should undertake the mega project for the conservation and

'NATO is helping Ukraine to fight, but not to win'

 The 75th annual North Atlantic Treaty Organization or NATO Summit, which took place in Washington, D.C. this week, has

Production halted racking up losses Tk 500 crore

 The largest state-owned fertilizer factory in Sylhet, Shahjalal Fertilizer Company Limited (SFCL), has ceased production for four months now,

Israel targets Hamas military chief, 71 killed

   Palestinians gather near damages, following what Palestinians say was an Israeli strike at a tent camp

PM Hasina Reportedly Shortened Her China Tour Getting Upset

 Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina cut short her China visit and returned to Dhaka a day earlier as she

BB reports 11% non-performing loans; actual figure is 25%

 Economist and researcher Dr. Ahsan H Mansur has highlighted discrepancy in reported financial figures, saying that Bangladesh Bank reports

'I promise you I am OK,' Biden tells supporters

 US President Joe Biden tried to reassure voters he was in good shape Friday as he returned to the

Govt making evil effort to divert students' anti-quota movement: BNP

 BNP senior leader Mirza Abbas on Saturday alleged that the government is making an evil effort to divert students'

Pakistan's Imran Khan, wife acquitted in unlawful marriage case

 A Pakistan court acquitted former Prime Minister Imran Khan and his wife on Saturday on charges of unlawful marriage,

Italian police free 33 Indian farm labourers from 'slavery'

 Italian police said on Saturday they had freed 33 Indian farm labourers from slave-like working conditions in the northern

Floods in Sirajganj, Sunamganj leave 2,00,000 people stranded

 The third wave of floods this monsoon have left over 100,000 people stranded in their homes in Sunamganj, officials

Heavy rainfall inundates parts of Dhaka

 Many areas of Dhaka went under water as the capital experienced 130 millimetres of rainfall on Friday."From

Anti-liberation elements join the quota movement: Quader

 Awami League General Secretary Obaidul Quader said the evil spirit of the anti-liberation forces have joined with the quota

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