• Tripartite cooperation for Hilsa conservation

    Bangladesh, India and Myanmar have agreed to work together for collaborative efforts to conserve Hilsa, the national fish of Bangladesh.

  • 3 killed in West Bengal bomb blast

    Three people are killed and four injured in a blast when they were allegedly making bombs at a house in West Bengal's Malda district.

  • 6 killed in Mumbai building collapse, many trapped

    A three-storey building collapses in Mumbai killing six people and trapping many others, civic officials said.

  • Dubious chopper deal

    The past seems to be catching up fast with President Pranab Mukherjee.

  • 8 Bangladeshis back home

    Eight Bangladeshi nationals, who were languishing in South Indian prisons and shelter homes for years, have finally returned

  • Sachin turns 43

    Indian batting legend Sachin Tendulkar celebrates his 43rd birthday today. One of the greatest of all time, Tendulkar was also one of the more humble cricketing superstars, with the pressure and adulation from nearly a billion supporters barely ever affecting him. He has also had a great time of it in Bangladesh during his playing days, notching his 100th international century in the country.

  • Going for a “Doob” with Irrfan Khan

    Once considered an underdog, he defied belonging to any class of actors and time and time again has proven his distinctive acting skills. He is one of the first actors from India to star in big Hollywood movies such as “Jurassic World” and “Life of Pi”. Showbiz meets Irrfan Khan!

  • Babulal Gaur

    Indian minister caught on cam touching woman inappropriately

    Madhya Pradesh of India Home Minister Babulal Gaur has struck again. This time the minister was caught on camera inappropriately touching a woman during an event in Bhopal, reports India Today.

  • 15 killed in Arunachal landslide

    At least 15 labourers are killed as a massive landslide triggered due to incessant rain hit a labour camp in Tawang district of northeastern Indian state of Arunachal Pradesh.

  • More than 100 feared dead in India heat wave

    Hundreds are feared dead in India in an early-summer heat wave forcing schools to close and halted outdoor work like construction, government officials says.

  • Dravid Jr. scores century for club team

    Ex- India batsman, The ‘Wall” Rahul Dravid's son Samit seems to be following in his father's footsteps. All of 10 years of age, Samit scored a century in an Under-14 club cricket match at the Loyola ground in Bangalore.

  • An India-Pakistan love story that went horribly wrong

    It's often said that falling in love can be dangerous. But as a young man growing up in the town of Rampur in northern India, Mohammad Javed never imagined his love for a Pakistani relative would see him branded a terrorist and sent to jail for eleven and a half years.

  • India still ‘seeks Koh-i-noor diamond’

    The Indian government says it is still seeking to reclaim the priceless Koh-i-noor diamond from Britain, despite the Supreme Court being told otherwise.

  • India says Kohinoor belongs to Britain

    A priceless diamond that is part of Queen Elizabeth's crown was given to Britain and not stolen, the Center today told the Supreme Court, which is hearing a suit seeking its return.

  • Maiden strikes of Mustafizur

    Mustafizur Rahman, the name that has carved out a special place in the hearts of Tigers’ fans became the first Bangladeshi cricketer to make the ICC Team of the Year in 2015 on the back of some superb performances with the ball, especially in one-day matches.

  • Dilip Kumar hospitalised

    Veteran actor Dilip Kumar has been admitted to Lilavati hospital and is diagnosed with pneumonia, the actor's family friend Udaya Tara Nayyar confirms.

  • Water, water everywhere, but…

    New Delhi has set up the Central Water and Power Commission to have a systematic plan to harness not only water but also generate power. This has worked to a large extent, but in certain parts of India, the fallout has led to a series of disputes, which remain unsolved even after decades.

  • 40 Bangladeshi women brought back from India

    The Border Guard Bangladesh have brought back 40 Bangladeshi women, who were detained by Indian police from bordering area near Netrakona.

  • Section 377 - An archaic, discriminatory law

    Sixty-six years after adopting one of the world's most liberal constitutions, India is being convulsed by a searing debate over...

  • Earthquake: 50 hurt, 4 buildings tilt in Ctg

    50 people are injured while rushing out of RMG factories in EPZ and Oxygen areas and four buildings tilted in Chittagong after a 6.9 magnitude earthquake struck Myanmar.

  • Chaitra Sankranti celebration- then and now

    The busy urban living does not allow us to perform many of our rituals, festivities and practices the way our families observed them over the years. One such ritual is Chaitra Sankranti celebration.

  • Gate not opened for bordering people’s annual reunion

    In the bordering village of Gongagach in Kaliganj upazila of Lalmonirhat, the border forces open a gate for a few hours every year during the Ganga Puja. This gives relatives, separated by the border, a rare chance to reunite for a while.

  • None of us had dinner after India defeat: Mashrafe

    Bangladesh captain Mashrafe Mortaza has revealed that he and his team-mates skipped dinner after their gut-wrenching one-run defeat against India in the recently concluded World T20.

  • Mumbai Bhiwandi building fire under control

    A massive fire breaks out on Tuesday morning in a multistorey building in Kashimpura area in Bhiwandi, a Mumbai's suburb.

  • Prince William, Kate Middleton meet the kings, queens of Bollywood

    The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, Prince William and Kate Middleton yesterday, seemed rather relaxed as they walked the red carpet at the Taj Hotel in Mumbai ahead of a charity Bollywood gala, reports NDTV.

  • Bangladesh condoles deaths at Kerala temple

    Bangladesh offers condolences over the death of devotees at a Kerala temple in India – that claimed the lives of at least 100 with twice more injured.

  • Will and Kate land in Mumbai to meet slum kids

    Britain's Prince William and wife Kate land in Mumbai for a tour of India that will see them play with slum children and mingle with Bollywood celebrities.

  • India Kollam temple fireworks blast kills at least 100

    An explosion and blaze sparked by fireworks have killed at least 100 people at a Hindu temple in the Indian state of Kerala, police say.

  • India Shani temple to allow women worshippers

    Authorities of a Hindu shrine in India's western Maharashtra state decide to allow female worshippers enter the inner sanctum, reports say.

  • -Why a cricket match caused student unrest in Kashmir

    Tensions remain high at a university in Indian-administered Kashmir following a row sparked by a cricket match. Students and police clashed at the National Institute of Technology in Srinagar city, with police using sticks to beat up students.