May wins mandate to reopen Brexit deal but EU says no changes

British Prime Minister Theresa May won parliament is backing on Tuesday to renegotiate her Brexit deal -- a major policy reversal that sets up a new standoff with the European

TIB report faulty, politically motivated: Minister

Rejecting the report of Transparency International, Bangladesh (TIB), Information Minister Hasan Mahmud on Wednesday said the report is faulty and politically motivated.

Dr Shirin Sharmin re-elected Speaker for 3rd time

For the first time in history, parliament on Wednesday elected Dr Shirin Sharmin Chaudhury the Speaker for the third consecutive term.

Learn from polls-time mistakes: CEC to EC officials

Chief Election Commissioner KM Nurul Huda today asked the election officials to take lessons from the polls-time mistakes and be prepared for the upcoming upazila elections. The

People with HIV shocked by data leak in Singapore

The revelation that the personal information of 14,200 people with HIV was leaked has stunned people living with the virus in Singapore. People like 45-year-old Mr G. Chew told

Can hearts meet and hands hold in Indian opposition alliance?

The two biggest talking points about the mega rally of anti-Bharatiya Janata Parties organised by West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee in Kolkata on January 19 were the

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