College student’s death in Dhaka road crash sparks protest

College students blocked the Mostafa Majir intersection of Rampura-Demra Road after a first-year student was killed in a road accident on Friday noon.

Unprecedented fire engulfs northeastern S. Korea, killing 1, injuring dozens

An unprecedented fire engulfed the mountainous region along the northeastern coast of South Korea, killing one people and injuring dozens of others.

PM criticises US for issuing red alert

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Friday sharply criticised the USA for issuing an alert on Bangladesh without citing any reason or giving any explanation, reports UNB.

Soccer to see further development: PM

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Thursday said the government is taking measures for further development of the country’s football. “Football is a popular game. We’re taking

Bangladesh a developing giant on world stage: UK High Commissioner

Describing Bangladesh as a developing giant on world stage, British High Commissioner Robert Chatterton Dickson on Thursday said the UK wants a stronger political partnership with

FR Tower Probe: ACC sends letters to 9 govt bodies

The Anti Corruption Commission (ACC) on Thursday sent letters to nine government agencies seeking necessary information to investigate the alleged corruption in the construction

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