• No negative message from foreign businessmen, companies: Tofail

    The recent killing incidents of foreigners will not have any bad impacts on business in Bangladesh as the foreign businessmen have no plan to leave the country, Commerce Minister Tofail Ahmed says.

  • Dhaka raid: Cops identify 7 militants

    Police disclose the identities of seven among the nine militants who were killed in an anti-terror raid in Dhaka’s Kalyanpur area yesterday.

  • Indian team due Aug 3 to take back washed away elephant

    India decides to send a rescue team to Bangladesh on August 3 to take back the stranded elephant that came floating along with the currents of the Brahmaputra River.

  • BNP discusses militancy issue with diplomats

    Diplomats of different missions in Bangladesh hold a meeting with BNP leaders at the party’s chairperson’s office at Gulshan in Dhaka this afternoon to discuss militancy issue and present political situation in the country.

  • Injury likely to end Fizz's Sussex season

    Bangladesh's Mustafizur Rahman is unlikely to play any further part for English county team Sussex this season after he was diagnosed with a tear in his shoulder, cricket officials say.

  • Dhaka militants changed dress after Fazr prayers when they saw end coming

    The militants who were killed in gunfight with the law enforcers early morning Tuesday change their dress after the Fazr prayers and wore black punjabis, says a neighbour who observed the militants time to time from around midnight till dawn from an adjacent building.

  • Signing ceremony with Saintfeit postponed

    Bangladesh Football Federation (BFF) has postponed the agreement signing ceremony with the national team's head coach hopeful Belgian Tom Saintfeit citing the sickness of the 43-year coach.

  • Dhaka raid militant Rouf missing ‘NSU student’

    One of the militants killed in gun battle during Dhaka raid in Kalyanpur has been identified as a "missing student of privately-run North-South University". However, confusion has arisen over identity of another militant as two families are claiming the same body.

  • HC stays Rajuk’s notice to relocate a Gulshan restaurant

    The High Court stays for six months the effectiveness of a notice issued by Rajdhani Unnayan Kartripakkha (Rajuk) that asked the authorities to relocate Food Palace Restaurant from Gulshan-1.

  • Sheltering café attackers: 3 sent to jail after remand

    A Dhaka court sends three people, who were arrested for renting out a flat to suspected Gulshan café attackers, to jail after completion of their eight-day remand each.

  • Cops release stunning pictures of Dhaka terrorists’ den

    Police release stunning and chilling pictures of what was found inside the terrorists’ den at Kalyanpur in Dhaka that give a glimpse of the militants’ life.

  • Govt orders shutting pvt university branches

    Bangladesh government orders closure of Darul Ihsan University and all illegal branch campuses of privately-run universities.

  • Dhaka raid: Injured Hasan remained missing for a year

    Rakibul Hasan alias Rigan is an alleged militant activist who sustained bullet injuries during a joint drive in Dhaka’s Kalyanpur area on July 26, 2016 and has been missing for a year.

  • Dutch-Bangla chamber chief found dead

    Four days after going missing from Dhaka’s Dhanmondi, Dutch-Bangla Chamber of Commerce and Industry President Hassan Khaled has been found dead on Buriganga river.

  • Mariners, Rana punished

    The Bangladesh Hockey Federation (BHF) fines Premier League champions Dhaka Mariner Youngs Club Tk 5 lakh and suspends club's general secretary Hasan Ullah Khan Rana for one year.

  • Arafat Sunny

    More bowlers brought in for assessment

    The bowling review committee of Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) has decided to bring more bowlers with suspect actions under their scanner.

  • Fizz's shoulder a growing concern

    Bangladesh pace sensation Mustafizur Rahman's latest recurrence of his shoulder injury raises an important issue. Has the BCB covered all its bases when managing one of its most prized assets?

  • 1 killed in Mathbaria AL factional clash

    A man is killed and five others are injured as two factions of local Awami League locked into clashes over establishing supremacy in Mathbaria upazila of Pirojpur.

  • HC rules against govt’s order on non-MPO teachers’ benefits

    The High Court questions the legality of a government order that restricted giving salary to the teachers of non-government high schools and colleges, who are not enjoying monthly payment order.

  • More security for foreign coaches

    Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) is preparing to provide its foreign coaches decent security cover upon their arrival in the aftermath of the recent attack in Gulshan.

  • First phase of bowling analysis done

    The Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) complete its first phase of analysing the actions of certain bowlers.

  • Fizz sits out with shoulder niggle

    Those who were looking forward to following Mustafizur Rahman's exploits in his stint with Sussex are left disappointed as the left-hander misses out Royal London One-Day Cup match against Gloucestershire in Cheltenham.

  • Rupganj boy killed brutally

    A 10-year-old boy is brutally killed allegedly by pumping air into his body through his rectum in Narayanganj’s Rupganj upazila.

  • Mustafizur Rahman

    Fizz fumbles

    After making a big splash on his debut in the NatWest T20 Blast in England, Sussex CCC's Mustafizur Rahman has an outing to forget.

  • Sk Jamal's payment deadline extended

    The Bangladesh Football Federation (BFF) allows the deadline for Sheikh Jamal to clear its dues, with a couple of clubs as well as players, to be extended by over a month.

  • Saudi ‘curbs’ visas for Bangladeshi single male domestic workers

    Saudi Arabia temporarily suspends recruitment of Bangladeshi single males as domestic worker in three categories.

  • Defeated forces of 1971 behind ‘militant attacks’: Kamal

    Home Minister Asaduzzaman Khan holds the defeated forces in the Liberation War of 1971 solely responsible for the recent militant attacks across the country.

  • Govt won't allow terrorism, militancy: PM

    Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina renews her firm resolve to clampdown on terrorism and militancy to ensure peace and security for the people, saying that her government won't allow any type of these social menaces.

  • Mustafizur Rahman

    Fizz’s Sussex suffer Surrey blow

    Mustafizur Rahman’s Sussex Sharks suffer a potentially crippling blow to their NatWest T20 Blast campaign as they are comfortably defeated by Surrey at the Kia Oval by six wickets.

  • Mariners apologise

    Dhaka Mariner Youngs Club, defending champions of the Premier Division Hockey League, reiterate their apology to the Bangladesh Hockey Federation.

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