• Mass protest against Malaysia PM

    Tens of thousands of Malaysians protest in the capital Kuala Lumpur and elsewhere, calling for Prime Minister Najib Razak to step down over a financial scandal.

  • BNP to protest if Teesta deal delayed: Noman

    BNP will go for protest if the Teesta water-sharing deal is not signed during Indian premier Narendra Modi’s June 6-7 Dhaka visit.

  • If the police were all women

    The role of the police is guided by the same principle in the case of both a female and a male head of state. The principle is based on class differences.

  • Awami League activist

    Feeling down? Watch this clown (video)

    Video of an Awami League activist protesting against Dr Zafar Iqbal goes viral as he admits before camera that he doesn’t know what he is complaining about.

  • cops attack on protester

    The system redux

    THEY had pink in common. The girl in my office and the girl in the newspaper picture both were wearing pink.

  • Report on action against assaulter cops: HC

    High Court today asks authorities to report by June 14 the action taken against policemen who assaulted demonstrators near Dhaka police headquarters recently.

  • Outrage for justice over sex assault (video)

    Leaders and activists of different socio-political organisations besiege the office of Dhaka University Vice Chancellor protesting the authorities’ dillydallying role to punish the culprits involved in sexual assault against women during Pahela Baishakh celebrations.

  • Freddie Gray protests in several US cities

    Protests are taking place in several US cities over Freddie Gray, whose death from injuries sustained in police custody has stoked unrest in Baltimore.

  • Sexual harassment: Protests flood Facebook, Twitter

    On the fourth day following the ruthless and inhuman sexual harassment on women at TSC on Pahela Baishakh, the social media continue to be flooded with protests from users, condemning the heinous act.

  • Malaysian opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim

    Anwar Ibrahim denied royal pardon

    Malaysian opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim is to remain in prison after his request for a royal pardon was turned down

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