Rohingya crisis should be resolved through discussions: PM

Mentioning that hosting over 1.1 million Rohingyas is a big burden for Bangladesh, prime minister Sheikh Hasina has said it wants to resolve the Rohingya crisis through

Hawaii scientists denied access to existing observatories

Protests against construction of a giant telescope have halted work at existing observatories on the Big Island, a report said. Workers at other facilities on the dormant Mauna

Babita to spend birthday in own style today

The heroine who represented Bangladesh in the global film industry for the first time, she is none other than Babita. The internationally-acclaimed artiste is best known for her

Brazil police end Neymar rape probe over lack of evidence

Police in Brazil probing rape allegations against football superstar Neymar have closed the case due to a lack of evidence, the Sao Paulo attorney general is office said Monday.

Dengue spreads to 51 districts

The dengue outbreak has taken an alarming turn as the disease has now spread to 51 districts across the country. According to the Directorate General of Health Services (DGHS)

SC lifts bar on Milk Vita

The chamber court of the Appellate Division yesterday exempted Milk Vita from the ban on the production, distribution and sale of pasteurised milk. The apex court's decision came

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