24 Bangladeshis return after serving jail term in India

Twenty-four Bangladeshis, including 11 teenagers, returned home on Friday after languishing in Indian jail for two and a half years.

AL restored one-party Bakasl rule, alleges BNP

BNP on Friday alleged that the ruling Awami League has depoliticised the country by ‘restoring one-party Bakasl rule as it did in 1975’,

BNP getting ready to take to streets: Moyeen Khan

BNP senior leader Dr Abdul Moyeen Khan on Friday said their party is getting ready to wage a movement together with people to free their chairperson Khaleda Zia from jail,

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.

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