Voicing concern over the killings of suspected drug traders in reported gunfights with members of law enforcement agencies across the country, the National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) on Tuesday said it does not support any extrajudicial killing.
An alleged drug trader was killed in a gunfight with Rapid Action Battalion(Rab)at Kalipas area in the district headquarter on Tuesday night.
‘It’ll be very pathetic if Myanmar tries to use this as justification'
A Rohingya armed group brandishing guns and swords is responsible for at least one, and potentially a second, massacre of up to 99 Hindu women, men, and children as wellRead More...
A young man was severely injured as he allegedly jumped off the roof of Sadar Police Station in a bid to escape the police torture on Monday evening.
A leopard was beaten to death by the locals at Ghopghat Dakkhinpara village in Madhukhali upazila early Tuesday.
A court here on Tuesday sentenced a man to life imprisonment for killing a farmer in Nakal upazila in 2013.
Speakers at a workshop on Tuesday called for proper enforcement of laws to ensure safe and hygienic food for all.
An alleged mugger sustained bullet injury during a gunfight between police and his accomplices in the city’s Jurain graveyard area early Tuesday.
Bail petitions in 2 more cases filed
The High Court on Tuesday adjourned until Wednesday the hearing on two petitions filed by BNP Chairperson Khaleda Zia seeking bail in two cases.
Ihsanul Karim, Press Secretary to the Prime Minister, and Zahid Newaz Khan, Chief News Editor of Channel i and Editor of Channel i Online, have been elected President and ...
It wants Myanmar to do its part to end Rohingya crisis
The United States on Thursday underlined the importance of holding "free, fair and participatory election" in Bangladesh that truly reflects the will of Bangladeshi people.
Legislation holding senior level Myanmar military officials accountable for mass atrocities against the Rohingya passed out of the US House Foreign Affairs Committee.
The icddr,b scientists have revealed that more than 75 percent of all pasteurized milk available on the local market is unsafe for direct consumption.
Dhaka finds progress in talks but sees repatriation very complex, difficult
Amid no visible progress over Rohingya repatriation, Myanmar on Thursday assured Bangladesh of accelerating verification process to start repatriation of Rohingyas from Bangladesh to Myanmar.
UN reiterates call for fair polls
The United States has expressed disappointment over reported irregularities and intimidation in Tuesday’s Khulna City Corporation elections but congratulated all the parties on making the elections inclusive.
Bangladesh pushes for conducive environment, safety for returnees
Myanmar has urged Bangladeshi to start the repatriation of 1101 verified Rohingyas out of 8,032 persons received from Bangladeshi amid a very slow verification process of Rohingyas.
Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Thursday urged journalists to properly publish the good activities of her government in the interest of the country, neither for her own gains ...
Bangladesh-Myanmar 2nd JWG meet in city Thursday
Bangladesh will “give a push” for expediting the verification and Rohingya repatriation process at the second meeting of the Joint Working Group (JWG) here on Thursday as little progress is ...