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Bangladesh postpones Biswa Ijtema as Tabligh Jamaat factional fight simmers

The authorities have postponed the Biswa Ijtema after two Tabligh Jamaat factions announced different schedules for the largest Muslim congregation after the hajj, triggering fears of confrontation.

US supports ‘go-and-see’ visit by Rohingyas to their villages in Myanmar before repatriation

The US administration supports the recommendation of the UN refugee agency, UNHCR, to enable Rohingya refugees visit to their villages of origin before final repatriation to Myanmar.

Repatriation stalls as Rohingyas refuse to go back to Myanmar

After days of preparations following nearly a year’s efforts, a plan to start repatriating the Rohingya people from Bangladesh to Myanmar has stalled as the refugees are refusing flat to go back to

70 Bangladeshis receive Australian scholarships in 2019

Seventy Bangladeshi public and private sector representatives have received the Australian government scholarships to study masters courses at Australian universities in 2019.

From ‘Room of Laziness’ to statesmanship: Untold stories in ‘Hasina – A Daughter’s Tale’

How Sheikh Hasina, a ‘lazy person by nature’, turned a torrent of grief of losing her parents and most other family members into strength, has been revealed on celluloid through untold stories like

US sanctions 17 for role in killing of Saudi journalist Khashoggi

The US Treasury announced sanctions on 17 Saudis on Thursday for their role in the killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi at the Saudi Arabian consulate in Istanbul, Turkey, the first concrete response

BNP leader Nipun Roy Chowdhury arrested over violent clash with police

Police have arrested BNP leader Nipun Roy Chowdhury over Wednesday’s clashes at Naya Paltan.

Most people involved in Naya Paltan violence identified, all are of BNP: Police

Most of those who engaged in violence during clashes between police and BNP supporters in the capital’s Naya Paltan have been identified and all of them belong to the party or its affiliates, police

UN welcomes Bangladesh’s decision not to send Rohingyas forcibly

The United Nations has welcomed Bangladesh’s decision to stick to the principle of Rohingyas’ voluntary return to Myanmar.

Police charge eight suspected militants with slaying of publisher Dipan

Police have pressed charges against eight suspected militants for their roles in the slaying of publisher Faisal Arefin Dipan in 2015.

Hasina warns BNP against taking path to violence to foil election

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has asked BNP not to take a path to violence to sabotage the upcoming election as the opposition party did in 2014.

Attackers belong to Awami League: Rizvi

A BNP leader says those who vandalised and torched police cars during Wednesday’s clashes were the activists of the Awami League and its student wing Chhatra League.

As India eases citizenship path for Hindus, Rohingya Muslims fear expulsion

Nar Singh can vividly recall the day in 2014 when Narendra Modi promised to provide refuge to Hindus suffering around the world. The 39-year-old shop owner sat awestruck inside his two-bedroom house

Saudi public prosecutor seeks death penalty in Khashoggi murder case

Saudi Arabia's public prosecutor is seeking the death penalty for five out of 11 suspects charged in the murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi, in a case that has strained the kingdom's ties with key

EC rejects demand for election delay

The Election Commission has decided not to defer the upcoming 11th parliamentary polls, now slated for Dec 30.

UK's Brexit Secretary Raab resigns thrusting May's government into turmoil

British Brexit Secretary Dominic Raab resigned on Thursday thrusting Prime Minister Theresa May's government into turmoil just two days after she clinched an EU divorce deal that was mauled by

Taliban attacks in western Afghanistan kill 30

Major assaults by Taliban insurgents in Afghanistan’s western province of Farah bordering Iran, mounted with the aim of weakening the government’s grip on the region, have killed at least 30 Afghan

Sajeeb Wazed: BNP activists should be thrown into jail

The BNP that clashed with the police during the sale of nomination forms has been labelled as a “terrorist organization” by Sajeeb Wazed, an adviser to the prime minister.

Photographer Shahidul Alam secures bail from High Court

The High Court has granted bail to photographer and activist Shahidul Alam, who has been behind bars since August.

Jatiya Oikya Front picks ‘paddy sheaf’ as its election symbol

The Jatiya Oikya Front has chosen the ‘paddy sheaf’ as its symbol to contest the 11th parliamentary election slated for Dec 30.