- Siddiqur to be flown to Chennai Thursday
- DU to cancel routes if its buses ply wrong road
- 'Proper voter list is precondition for fair election'
- James Bond to be back in 2019
- 2 ‘muggers’ injured in city ‘gunfight’
- Downpour continues lashing across country
- Journalist Nazrul Islam passes away
- Re-excavate canals before monsoon: JS body
- 'Movement must in case of no dialogue'
- UNO harassment: Move to transfer Barisal judge
- Kovind sworn in as Indian president
- Russia may be arming Taliban: CNN
- India opens visas for Bangladeshis
- Easy after work BBQ Chicken
- 2 held with huge explosives in Sylhet
Government Titumir College student M Siddiqur Rahman who suffered serious eye injuries during a police action at Shahbagh will be flown to Chennai of India on Thursday for better treatment.
A former BJP member and an RSS activist Ram Nath Kovind has been sworn in as India’s 14th President replacing Pranab Mukherjee
BNP vice chairman Shamsuzzaman Dudu on Tuesday said his party will have no alternative to movement if there is no dialogue to make the 11th national election a participatory one.
Bangladesh’s first mobile phone operator Citycell today secured permission from the Supreme Court to get back its frequency, an order that has to be implemented by 24 hours.
A bumpy pitch and hot weather took the shine off Inter Milan’s 1-0 victory over Lyon Monday in a pre-season friendly held in China.
Dhaka University (DU) authorities have decided to cancel the routes of its buses if those ply wrong sides of roads violating traffic rules.