Saudi Arabia using 'terror' laws to stifle dissent: UN experts

Saudi Arabia is using its counterterrorism laws to silence activists in violation of international law guaranteeing freedom of speech, United Nations human rights experts said.

Modi 'must apologise to dyslexics', child psychology expert says

A leading expert in child psychology says that Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi must apologise after he appeared to poke fun at dyslexia at a public event, triggering outrage.

Walsh backs Ebadat for Test match

Even though Bangladesh lost the first Test against high-ranked New Zealand by an innings and 52 runs, they had chance to perform well further as Bangladesh fast-bowling coach

Modric says others needed to step up when Ronaldo left

Modric, who replaced Ronaldo as the winner of the world's best player award, said Monday that things would be different for Real Madrid if the Portugal forward hadn't left to join

Leather sector in doldrums, no new investment in sight

The leather industry has been struggling to attract new investments even though the government had designated leather ‘Product of the Year 2017’.

Remittance inflow increases by 10.03pc in 8 months: BB

Expatriate Bangladeshis sent US$ 10,410.29 million remittances during the first eight months of the current fiscal 2018- 19, which is apparently 10.03 percent or $949.06 million

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