• Killings aimed at harming religious harmony: Minister

    The recent killings have been carried out to harm religious harmony across the country, Home Minister Asaduzzaman Khan says.

  • People feeling insecure: Fakhrul

    BNP Secretary General Mirza Fakhrul Islam Alamgir says people have no security of their lives at present as killings and enforced disappearances are going on across the country.

  • EU, France, Australia condemn Xulhaz murder

    European Union underscores the need for thorough investigation into the recent killings to bring the criminals to justice. France, Australia and Switzerland have also condemned the murders of LGBT magazine editor and the Rajshahi University professor and pledged to stand beside Bangladesh in fighting terrorism.

  • Amnesty accuses Burundi of violent repression

    The security forces in Burundi systematically killed dozens of people during violent repression that took place in the capital Bujumbura on 11 December, Amnesty International said.

  • BNP may not consider toppling govt again: PM

    Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina says she doesn't think BNP would consider any move to topple the government in the future again as "the party has lost its strength by resorting to subversive activities in the name of anti-government movement".

  • Govt using law enforcers to crush movement: BNP

    BNP accuses government of carrying out killings, abductions and repression on the 20-party alliance men using law enforcement agencies and its political cadres

  • Manzoor murder: CID gets 2 more months to probe

    A Dhaka court gives Criminal Investigation Department two more months to complete further investigation in General Manzoor murder case

  • US ready to assist Avijit’s killing probe

    The United States is ready to assist in investigation into brutal killing of Bangladesh-born US citizen Avijit Roy, if sought, US Department of State Spokesperson Jen Psaki says