Polls open in climate-dominated Australia election

Polls opened Saturday (May 18) in Australia’s nail-biter election, a race that may be the first anywhere decided on climate policy.

Terrific Tigers trump West Indies

Bangladesh brought up a watershed moment in their cricket history, having clinched their first major trophy in a tournament involving three or more teams as they secured a

6 killed as bus falls into ditch in Bagerhat

At least six people were killed and 10 others injured as a bus fell into a ditch at Foltita area of Fakirhat upazila in Bagerhat this morning. Two of the deceased were identified

‘Gangchil’ shooting to resume after Eid

Last year, starring popular actress Dilara Hanif Purnima in the lead role, a new film titled ‘Gangchil’ began its shooting in late October in Noakhali.

Farmers’ nationwide demo May 23

Bangladesh Krishak Samity (BKS) on Friday called a sit-in programme by farmers on May 23 in front of DC offices across the country seeking fair prices for farm produces.

2 soldiers killed in Bandarban blast

Two soldiers were killed and 10 wounded in a blast at a heavy weapons firing range in the Sadar upazila of Bandarban on Friday morning. The deceased were named as Jahidul Islam,

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