Civil Aviation Authority of Bangladesh sheds light on Nepal Air Traffic Control failure

Civil Aviation Authority of Bangladesh (CAAB) yesterday attributed the last year’s deadly US-Bangla crash in Kathmandu to the Air Traffic Control (ATC) failure at Tribhuvan

2 suspects dead, 5 officers hurt in US shooting

Houston is police chief says two suspects are dead after a shooting that injured five officers, including four who were hit by gunfire. Chief Art Acevedo says the suspects were

Strongest tornado in 8 decades hits Cuba; 3 dead, 172 hurt

Neighborhood brigades and teams of government workers hacked at fallen trees and hauled chunks of concrete out of collapsed homes Monday as the Cuban capital attempted to recover

Draft framework ‘agreed’ for Afghanistan peace

US and Taliban negotiators have agreed on a draft framework for a peace deal seeking to put an end to the 17-year conflict in Afghanistan, Washington is top negotiator has said.

Villiers ton helps Riders beat Dynamites by 8 wickets

An unbeaten 180-run third-wicket partnership of AB de Villiers (100) and Alex Hales (85) sailed Rangpur Riders through Dhaka Dynamites’ challenge as the holders routed them by

Graft threatens democracy

Observes HC as it releases verdict copy in Zia orphanage graft case. The High Court (HC) yesterday released its full verdict that doubled BNP Chairperson Khaleda Zia’s five-year

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