Toll in Sri Lanka bombings rises to 359: police

The toll in a series of suicide bomb blasts on Easter Sunday targeting hotels and churches in Sri Lanka has risen to 359, police said Wednesday.

Second session of 11th JS today

The second session of the 11th Jatiya Sangsad (JS) will begin at 5 pm today. On April 3, President Abdul Hamid summoned the session exercising his power bestowed upon him as

Tarique’s friend Mamun gets 7-year jail for money laundering

A court here today sentenced BNP acting chairman Tarique Rahman’s friend Gias Uddin Al Mamun to seven-year imprisonment and fined Taka 12 crore in a money laundering case.

Trump vows to hit back at EU as tariffs bite Harley-Davidson

US President Donald Trump threatened retribution on Europe Tuesday over tariffs that have bruised profitability at iconic US motorcycle company Harley-Davidson.

Two Netrokona Razakars to die for 1971 crimes

The International Crimes Tribunal (ICT)-1 today sentenced two Razakars from Netrokona to death for their crimes against humanity committed in 1971. The two convicts are –

CPD casts doubt on growth target

Terming the first 100 days of the present government as uninteresting, effortless, initiativeless and joyless, the Center for Policy Dialogue (CPD) yesterday asked the Awami

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