On the day of the inauguration of Padma Bridge, the US chapter of Awami League and its affiliated organisations are set to hold a “joyous rally” in front of the World Bank headquarters in Washington DC.
Torrential rain lashed Washington DC and surrounding areas on Monday, flooding many neighborhoods and hobbling electricity and transportation networks.
A day after Washington confirmed suspending $255 million of military aid to Pakistan, the White House says that further action against the country will be announced in the next 24-48 hours.
Fresh from sewing up the Democratic presidential nomination, HIllary Clinton takes aim at her Republican nemesis Donald Trump for using divisive rhetoric that belittles women, Muslims and immigrants.
Sajeeb Wazed Joy, ICT affairs adviser to the prime minister, denies holding meeting with Israel's Likud Party leader Mendi N Safadi in Washington DC of USA as BBC Bangla reported earlier.
North Korea warns that its military is ready to attack Seoul's presidential palace unless South Korean President Park Geun-hye apologizes for "treason" and publicly executes officials responsible for what Pyongyang says are plans to attack its leadership.
Counsellor of the US Department of State Thomas A Shannon will travel to Dhaka on Sunday to discuss bilateral issues between US and Bangladesh.
Bangladesh is one of the safest countries in the world, according to a poll carried out by Gallup the Washington DC-based opinion pollster.
More than 6,000 deaths a year could be caused by a 30% fall in the effectiveness of antibiotics in the US, a report in The Lancet suggests.
Filmmaker Imtiaz Ali has taken a keen interest in promoting adman Bauddhayan Mukherji's feature debut "Teenkahon".
President Barack Obama has raised continuing US concerns over China's cyber activities, as two days of talks between the two nations came to an end.
A power line breaks loose at an electrical substation near Washington, briefly dimming the White House, emptying museums and cutting electricity to government buildings and the US Capitol for hours.