• U19 Tigers upbeat for semi-final

    Bangladesh U19 team will face West Indies on February 11, Thursday at Mirpur stadium for a place in the final against the tournament favourites India.

  • 12 men jailed for sexually exploiting girl in UK

    Twelve men who sexually exploited a vulnerable teenage girl in West Yorkshire have received jail sentences of up to 20 years.

  • Pakistan summons Bangladesh envoy

    Amid a diplomatic tension between Dhaka and Islamabad, Pakistan authorities summoned Bangladesh High Commissioner in Islamabad

  • Pakistan summons Bangladesh envoy

    Diplomatic tension has further surfaced between Dhaka and Islamabad after Pakistan summoned the Bangladesh High Commissioner Suhrab Hossain this afternoon.

  • Muhith’s no comment about money Pakistan owes to Bangladesh

    Finance Minister AMA Muhith declines to say anything about the fate of the money Pakistan owes to Bangladesh in different heads.

  • WI to meet Tigers in semis

    West Indies secure the last semi-final spot of the ICC U19 Cricket World Cup 2016 when they defeat Pakistan by five wickets in the quarter-final match at Fatullah.

  • 14-party human chain on Feb 15

    Ruling 14-party alliance will stage a human chain in Dhaka on February 15, protesting Pakistan’s denial of 1971 war atrocities and BNP chief Khaleda’s statement on the number of war martyrs.

  • Ramiz’s Tamim intro shocks netizens

    Pakistan’s former cricketer Ramiz Raza sends tremors across the internet when his awkward introduction to Bangladesh’s renowned opener Tamim Iqbal during a post-match ceremony of PSL went viral.

  • Pakistan beat Sri Lanka, to meet WI in quarter-finals

    Pakistan defeat Sri Lanka by 23 runs to finish top of Group B and will face West Indies in the quarter-finals on February 8 at Fatullah.

  • Govt not mulling cutting ties with Pakistan: FM

    Bangladesh government is not considering severing diplomatic ties with Pakistan now, Foreign Minister Abul Hasan Mahmud Ali says.

  • War crimes: Pro-liberation body names 200 ex-Pakistani army men

    A pro-liberation organisation reveals a list of 200 former Pakistani army officers and demanded their trial for their crimes committed during the Liberation War in 1971.

  • Dhaka hands protest note to Islamabad

    Bangladesh government hands over a strongly worded note to Pakistan envoy in Dhaka a day after a staff member of Bangladesh High Commission in Islamabad went missing for seven hours.

  • Pakistan orders 400,000 porn sites blocked

    Pakistan has asked Internet companies to block more than 400,000 pornography websites, officials said Tuesday, as part of a crackdown on what the top court calls "offensive content" in the Muslim-majority nation.

  • Hafeez comes to Amir’s rescue

    Seeing a section of the crowd at Wellington taunting Mohammad Amir during the 1st ODI between New Zealand and Pakistan with some currency notes, Mohammad Hafeez comes to the rescue of his teammate.

  • Obama urges 'serious' action against Pakistan extremists

    US President Barack Obama has urged Pakistan to show it is "serious" about crushing extremist networks operating on its territory, saying the latest mass killing of students underlined the need for more decisive action.

  • U19 Tigers trounce Zimbabwe

    Bangladesh cruise to victory during the second day of warm-up matches for the ICC U-19 Cricket World Cup 2016 scheduled to begin from January 27.

  • Pakistan lifts Houbara bustard hunting ban

    Pakistan's supreme court lifts a ban on the hunting of a rare bird, the Houbara bustard.

  • 21 killed in Pakistan university attack

    21 people die in a Taliban assault on a university in Pakistan Wednesday, where witnesses report two large explosions as security forces move in under dense fog to halt the bloodshed.

  • Pakistan suicide bombing 'kills 10' in Peshawar

    At least 10 people have been killed by a suicide bomber riding a motorbike close to a police checkpoint in north-western Pakistan, police say.

  • Musharraf acquitted over Baloch rebel killing

    A Pakistani court acquits former president Pervez Musharraf over the killing of a rebel leader in 2006.

  • 1971 war hero JFR Jacob no more

    Former chief of the Indian army's eastern command Lt Gen (retd) JFR Jacob, who negotiated the surrender of Pakistani troops in Dhaka following the 1971 war, passed away at the age of 92 after prolonged illness.

  • Bomb near Pakistan polio centre kills 15

    At least 15 people have been killed in a suspected suicide bombing outside a polio vaccination centre in the south-western Pakistani city of Quetta.

  • Will Sharif and Modi pass the new test?

    Nawaz Sharif is treating the attack in Pathankot as a direct challenge for him. He is aware of the domestic consequences, but he is confident that all the opposition parties in Pakistan will stand behind him if evidence against the culprits is strong.

  • U19 CWC 2016 in Bangladesh: Warming up

    Check out all the interesting facts of this year’s ICC U19 CWC in Bangladesh. Let us all make this gala event a resounding success!

  • Shias protest Pakistan's role in Saudi-led military coalition

    Hundreds of people joined a Shia-led protest in Islamabad against Pakistan's decision to join Saudi Arabia's 34-country coalition against extremism, as Riyadh's foreign minister ended a two-day visit to the country.

  • BCB mulls holding Mustafizur back from PSL

    The BCB could hold back Mustafizur Rahman from playing in the forthcoming PSL. The pacer was picked by Lahore Qalandars franchise for $50,000 for the T20 tournament to be held in the UAE from February 4.

  • Maushumi on her way to Lisbon from Pakistan

    Bangladeshi diplomat Maushumi Rahman is now on her way to Lisbon from Pakistan to take up her new assignment in the country's Portugal mission.

  • ‘Ghatia’ question blows Afridi’s Gasket

    Miffed Pakistani T20 captain Shahid Afridi abandons an ongoing press conference at the Gaddafi Stadium in Lahore and walks off, not pleased with a question directed at his captaincy.

  • Pakistan shows no reason yet

    Maushumi Rahman, counsellor (political) at Bangladesh High Commission in Islamabad, left Pakistan last night for Lisbon to take up her new assignment in the country's Portugal mission.

  • Bangladesh diplomat recall: Pakistan fails to give reasons

    State Minister for Foreign Affairs Shahriar Alam says Pakistan has failed to give any reasons for asking Bangladesh to withdraw its diplomat from Islamabad.

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