• Faridpur baby no more

    The newborn girl, who was saved minutes before being buried alive at a Faridpur graveyard, is no more.

  • BSF kills another

    Indian Border Security Force (BSF) shot dead another Bangladeshi national in Chhat Karaibari border area under Roumari upazila of

  • Jute output exceeds target

    Jute farmers are happy in the district due to good production of the fibre and its fair prices in the local markets during the on-going

  • To keep '71 alive

    In memory of many of his slain relatives during the War of Liberation in 1971, Nandalal Roy took an initiative to arrange a permanent

  • Hindu family under threat

    Premchand Robidas and his family in Aditmari upazila of the district are passing worrying time amid threat by a local tout who got their

  • 7 arrested

    Police yesterday arrested seven local Awami League activists in connection with Saturday's factional clash at Majhpara village in Kushtia

  • Shibir leader arrested

    Judicial Magistrate's Court in Gaibandha yesterday sent a regional leader of Islami Chhatra Shibir to jail in a case for criminal activities.

  • Four PCJSS leaders on remand

    Chief Judicial Magistrate Sabrina Ali yesterday granted four-day remand for each of the four leaders of Parbatya Chattagram Jana Samhati

  • Man killed by addict son

    A man was beaten to death allegedly by his addict son as the latter failed to get money for purchasing drugs in Sarishabari upazila of the

  • Shackled Madaripur 14-yr-old boy rescued

    A minor boy – tied up in shackles for two days over allegations of stealing – has been rescued by the law enforcers in Madaripur’s Shibchar upazila.

  • Faridpur newborn on life support

    The newborn girl, who cried out at a Faridpur graveyard minutes before her burial on Thursday, is now on life support at Square Hospitals in Dhaka.

  • Recognition of guerrillas: Govt seeks stay on HC order

    The government files a petition with the Supreme Court seeking stay on a High Court verdict that directed for recognising 2,367 members of a special guerrilla force of 1971 Liberation War as freedom fighters.

  • Supreme Court

    SC stays bail of sacked BASIC Bank MD

    Supreme Court stays till October 31 a High Court verdict that granted bail to sacked deputy managing director of BASIC Bank Fazlus Sobhan in two corruption cases.

  • FB message: Tangail teenager freed on bail

    The teenager from Tangail, who was handed two-year jail for alleged threats to a lawmaker via Facebook, is released on bail following a High Court order.

  • JS goes into session today

    The 10th Jatiya Sangsad goes into its 12th session today after a 59-day recess.

  • British Council to resume Bangladesh offices tomorrow

    The British Council announces to resume its offices in Bangladesh from September 26, 2016, around two months after its closure.

  • BNP slams govt for its ‘rigid stance’ over Rampal plant

    BNP senior leader Shamsuzzaman Dudu says the entire nation has got stunned over the government’s ‘rigid’ stance over Rampal power plant despite Unesco's advice to relocate it to any other safer place.

  • Kishoreganj medical college closed for sine die

    The authorities close Shaheed Syed Nazrul Islam Medical College in Kishoreganj for an indefinite period following a clash between two factions of Bangladesh Chhatra League.

  • To buy or not to buy: Samsung Galaxy Note 7

    This video briefly narrates how explicit SAMSUNG could be in terms of design specifications and real Smartphone intelligence.

  • Gulshan café attack, Rakibul Hasan Rigan, Kalyanpur raid

    Gulshan attack: Rigan on 6-day remand

    Rakibul Hasan Rigan, an alleged militant caught wounded during Kalyanpur raid in Dhaka on July 26, is placed on a six-day remand in connection with the Gulshan café attack.

  • Govt to respond to Unesco report next week

    Bangladesh government will respond next week to a report sent by Unesco requesting it to conduct a revised Environment Impact Assessment (EIA) before going ahead with the Rampal power plant.

  • Invest more in least developed countries: Minister

    Foreign Minister AH Mahmood Ali urges the development partners for increasing their investment in the least developed countries in infrastructure, energy, agriculture and ICT sector.

  • There is way to bring back Noor Chy: Law minister

    Law Minister Anisul Huq says there is a way to bring Bangabandhu's self-confessed killer Noor Chowdhury back to the country and therefore Bangladesh government is holding talks with its Canadian counterpart.

  • ‘BSF’ kills Bangladeshi on Kurigram border

    Indian Border Security Force allegedly guns down a Bangladeshi national along Raumari border in Kurigram.

  • Pirojpur suffers outage for eight hours

    Nearly 13,000 power consumers of West Zone Power Distribution Company Limited (WZPDCL) under Pirojpur Palli Bidyut Samity (PBS)

  • 40 villagers injured in Habiganj clash

    At least 40 people were injured in a clash between two groups of villagers over a disputed land at Jirunda village in Habiganj's Lakhai

  • 14 years RI for 2 JMB men

    A court here yesterday awarded 14 years' rigorous imprisonment to two members of 'Islam and Muslim,' an offshoot of banned Islamist

  • Two aides of MP Rana sent to jail

    A Tangail court yesterday sent two more accused in freedom fighter Faruk Ahmed murder case to jail after they surrendered to it.

  • Social stigma haunts girl

    A girl student of Shaskandor Senior Madrasa in Saidpur upazila stopped attending classes after alleged sexual harassment by a madrasa

  • Bridge without approach roads

    A bridge over a canal on the Khatiamari-Amtoli road in Tekanichukainagar union under Sonatola upazila of the district was built without