Operate mobile court to stop air pollution: HC

The High Court on Monday ordered the Department of Environment (DoE) to conduct mobile court drives twice a week to take legal action against those responsible for air pollution

Bangladesh Bank team leaves for USA to file case over $81m theft

A delegation of Bangladesh Bank on Sunday left for the United States of America to file a lawsuit with a New York court over $81 million cyber heist from the BB’s reserve kept

More world leaders greet Sheikh Hasina

Japanese prime minister Shinzo Abe and Australian prime minister Scott Morrison on Sunday congratulated Sheikh Hasina on her re-election as the prime minister of Bangladesh for

Obaidul asks BNP to contest upazila polls

Awami League general secretary Obaidul Quader on Monday called upon Bangladesh Nationalist Party to reconsider their decision against participating in the upcoming Upazila

Canadian envoy sacking shows political interference: Chinese media

Chinese state-run media on Monday decried the sacking of Canada is ambassador to Beijing, who was fired after he suggested that it would be ‘great’ for Ottawa to release a

Britain seeks greater control of Brexit

After British MPs rejected prime minister Theresa May’s Brexit deal, they will vote Tuesday on what they want her to do next. The House of Commons voted on January 15 to reject

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