Bangladeshis | The Daily Star
  • 9 Bangladeshis return from Indian jail

    Nine Bangladeshi women and children return home after languishing in an Indian jail there for nearly four years.

  • '50,000 Bangladeshis freed from foreign jails in 5yrs'

    Around 50,000 Bangladeshis are freed from different foreign jails over the last five years, Foreign Minister AH Mahmood Ali said in the parliament.

  • Dream trip to US turns nightmare

    They had no idea about how they would get to the United States of America. They were kept in the dark about their uncertain and perilous journey. They were just asked to follow instructions, no questions asked.

  • US to send back 30 Bangladeshis

    The United States will send back 30 Bangladeshis living there illegally.

  • IS or al-Qaeda link not found

    The 26 Bangladeshis, who were deported from Singapore allegedly for being members of a terror cell, have no links to Islamic State or al-Qaeda, according to police in Dhaka.

  • Radicalisation of Bangladeshi workers dates back to 2013

    In April 2013, terrorist group Islamic State announced it would expand its operations beyond Iraq as the civil war in Syria worsened. That same year, a group of Bangladeshi construction workers in Singapore began a closed religious study group to discuss these conflicts that involved Muslims, and whether they should take up arms.

  • Crossing divide

    A man and a woman from two different countries can make a happy family if they respect each other's culture and values.

  • 48 trafficking victims return from Myanmar

    A number of 48 Bangladeshi human trafficking victims, who were rescued by Myanmar authorities from the Bay of Bengal, return home following a flag meeting between Border Guard Bangladesh (BGB) and Myanmar border guards.

  • PM exchanges eid greetings with Bangladeshis in NY

    Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina observes Eid-ul Azha with Bangladeshis living in New York and exchanges eid greetings with them.

  • Europe’s dilemma is a stark closer to Asia

    Persecuted Rohingya Muslims of Myanmar and thousands of Bangladeshi nationals have undertaken perilous journeys across the Andaman Sea to reach countries in Southeast Asia.

  • Zaheer Abbas

    Want to restore Indo-Pak cricket: Zaheer

    The newly elected ICC President, Zaheer Abbas says that despite being elevated to a ceremonial post he will do his best to revive India and Pakistan bilateral cricket series during his tenure.

  • Home away from home

    The concern of egotistical professionals is confined to criticism and cynicism, instead of attempting to improve the image of their country.

  • 25,000 Rohingya, Bangladeshis trafficked in 3 months: UNHCR

    UNHCR report says some 25,000 Rohingyas and Bangladeshis boarded smugglers' boats from the Bay of Bengal between January and March this year, almost double the number over the same period in 2014.

  • Jungle camps: Families forced to pay ransom for Bangladeshis

    Promising jobs in Malaysia,a gang of human traffickers hold about 2.5 lakh Bangladeshis captive in Thailand for ransom over the past 8 years and made millions of taka.

  • Mass graves in Thailand

    At least 32 mass graves of victims of trafficking from Bangladesh and Myanmar were found two days ago in an abandoned jungle in southern Thailand...

  • Yemen evacuation: 337 Bangladeshis reach home

    The 337 Bangladeshis, who were evacuated recently from strife-torn Yemen and brought to south Indian port city of Kochi by two ships, reach home. Two special fights of Biman Bangladesh Airlines carrying the Bangladeshis land at Hazrat Shahjalal International Airport in Dhaka around 4:30am and 5:15am.

  • 10 more returning home from Yemen

    10 more Bangladeshis who were stranded in war-torn Yemen are due to arrive in Dhaka from Djibouti this evening.

  • 9 more Bangladeshis evacuated from Yemen

    Some more stranded Bangladeshis will be taken to Djibouti from the war-torn Yemen today.

  • W Bengal nun rape case: 4 ‘Bangladeshis’ detained

    Indian police detain four alleged Bangladeshis in connection with the gang rape of an elderly nun and the subsequent robbery at a convent school in West Bengal's Nadia district.