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  • File photo of Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina

    Stop smuggling, trespassing, human trafficking: PM to BGB

    Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has urged the members of Border Guard Bangladesh (BGB) to stop trespassing, smuggling of drugs and other goods, and human trafficking by performing their duties properly.

  • 2 Rohingyas killed in Bandarban ‘gunfight’

    Two suspected Rohingya criminals have been killed in a “gunfight” with Border Guard Bangladesh (BGB) in Naikhyangchhari upazila of Bandarban.

  • Rohingya robber leader Nur Mohammad killed in gunfight

    3 killed in ‘gunfights’

    Two alleged Rohingya drug peddlers and a murder suspect were killed in two separate gunfights with members of Border Guard Bangladesh and police in Cox’s Bazar and Mymensingh early yesterday.

  • BGB 'rescues' Myanmar Army man in Bandarban

    The Border Guard Bangladesh has “rescued” a member of the Myanmar Army along the border in Bandarban.

  • Indian BSF Members

    3 BSF men detained for trespassing

    The Border Guard Bangladesh detained three members of Indian Border Security Force for illegally entering the country's territory on Majhardiar frontier in Rajshahi yesterday.

  • Bangladesh pilkhana BDR mutiny carnage verdict

    Operation Dal-Bhat in spotlight

    Once again "Operation Dal-Bhat" came in the spotlight as the High Court in its verdict yesterday recommended prohibiting activities that belittle the pride and self-respect of the members of Border Guard Bangladesh (BGB).

  • 800 flood-hit Indians take shelter in Lalmonirhat

    Around 800 flood-hit Indian citizens took shelter in several villages of Lalmonirhat Sadar and Aditmari upazilas on Monday night.

  • BGB, BSF will jointly probe border killings

    Bangladesh and Indian border guards will jointly investigate any border killings, both forces have decided in a five-day discussion held in Dhaka aimed to bolster the cooperation among both forces.

  • 3 mortar shells recovered

    Members of Border Guard Bangladesh (BGB) yesterday recovered three unexploded mortar shells from a place near the

  • Bandarban BGB camp comes under mortar attack

    A camp of paramilitary force Border Guard Bangladesh (BGB) came under mortar shell attack in Thanchi upazila of Bandarban.

  • BGB man ‘kills himself’ in Jamalpur

    A member of the Border Guard Bangladesh (BGB) commits suicide by shooting himself with his gun in Madarganj upazila of Jamalpur, police say.

  • Border Security Force (BSF)

    Bangladeshi shot dead by BSF in Kurigram

    Indian Border Security Force (BSF) guns down a Bangladeshi cattle trader on Roumari border in Kurigram.

  • Had no option

    Border Guard Bangladesh personnel had no choice but to open fire to protect election officials and prevent unruly mobs from snatching ballot boxes during Tuesday's Union Parishad polls in Pirojpur and Cox's Bazar, the BGB chief said yesterday.

  • BGB for UP polls to avert violence

    The Election Commission has deployed paramilitary force Border Guard Bangladesh (BGB) for union parishad elections to avert any violence.

  • BSF kills Bangladeshi at Johorpur frontier

    Indian Border Security Force (BSF) shoot dead a Bangladeshi national near Johorpur frontier in Chapainawabganj Sadar upazila.

  • 80,000 yaba tablets seized

    The Border Guard Bangladesh arrested a Myanmar national and seized 80,000 yaba tablets worth around Tk 2.4 crore at Teknaf in Cox's Bazar yesterday morning.

  • ASP, OC withdrawn after Brahmanbaria violence

    The authorities withdraw an assistant superintendent of police and an officer-in-charge from Brahmanbaria following a clash that left a madrasah student dead.

  • 3 ATN News journos held in Rajshahi

    Border Guard Bangladesh (BGB) men detain a journalist and two cameramen of ATN News for violating the electoral code at Puthia municipality in Rajshahi.

  • Tomorrow’s BGB-BSF DG-level talks postponed

    Tomorrow’s director general-level talk between Border Guard Bangladesh (BGB) and Indian Border Security Force (BSF) is postponed.

  • 874 turtles recovered in Benapole

    Border guards recover 874 turtles worth over Tk 2 crore from India-bordering Benapole area of Jessore’s Sharsha upazila.

  • 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.

  • BGB deployed at Chittagong, Sylhet airports

    The “Dog Squad” of Border Guard Bangladesh (BGB) is deployed at Shah Amanat International Airport in Chittagong today as part of a tightened security measure.

  • 3 lakh yaba tablets seized at Teknaf border

    Border Guard Bangladesh (BGB) recovered three lakh yaba tablets from a fishing trawler at Shahpuri Dwip in Teknaf upazila of Cox’s Bazar last night.

  • Durga Puja: BGB to guard 5 Ctg districts

    The authorities have decided to deploy paramilitary BGB in Chittagong, Rangamati, Khagrachhari, Bandarban and Cox’s Bazar from today to ensure security during Durga Puja – the largest religious festival of the Hindus in the country.

  • Bangladeshi man killed in Indian BSF Firing

    BSF kill Bangladeshi at Shibganj border

    Indian Border Security Force (BSF) troopers have gunned down a Bangladeshi man near Fatehpur frontier in Shibganj upazila of Chapainawabganj.

  • ‘Highest alert’ on Benapole border

    The authorities issue what they term ‘highest alert’ on the Benapole border to stop killers of two foreigners from escaping the country.

  • 7kg gold seized in Satkhira

    Border Guard Bangladesh (BGB) members recovers 60 gold bars weighing around seven kilograms in Kolaroa upazila of Satkhira.

  • Attack on BGB: Youth ‘linked to’ Arakan army held

    Police detain a youth who is allegedly linked to the Myanmar rebel group Arakan Army from Rangamati after yesterday’s attack on Border Guards Bangladesh.

  • human trafficking

    125 Bangladeshis brought back from Myanmar

    A total of 125 Bangladeshi human trafficking victims, who were rescued by Myanmar authorities, return home.

  • 159 Bangladeshi brought back from Myanmar

    A total of 159 Bangladeshi human trafficking victims, who were rescued by Myanmar’s Navy, are brought back to Bangladesh.