Bangladesh vs Zimbabwe 1st ODI

Shakib stars as Tigers shrug off Zimbabwe with 87 run victory


Bangladesh have won the first One-Day International (ODI) against Zimbabwe by 87 runs in Chittagong. Shakib hits a ton and took 4 wickets.

Obama unveils sweeping immigration reforms


President Barack Obama has ordered far-reaching changes to the US immigration system that will protect nearly 5 million people from deportation, testing the limits of his presidential powers and inviting a showdown with newly emboldened Republicans.

Govt wants disciplined, skilled, modern armed forces: PM


Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Friday said that the present government wanted to see a disciplined, skilled, modern and well-equipped armed force in the country.

Chhatra League- a ‘malignant tumour’ for AL : Abbas


In a scathing attack on the ruling party for its student body’s ‘growing indulgence in violence’, BNP leader Mirza Abbas has said it is not the BNP-led 20-party, but Chhatra League is a ‘malignant tumour’ for Awami League.

B Chy wants govt’s resignation, early polls

President of Bikalpa Dhara Bangladesh (BDB) Dr AQM Badruddoza Chowdhury has urged the government to quit forthwith and a

'Chhatra League must be saved'- Suranjit

The activities of several Bangladesh Chhatra League (BCL) activists have been tarnishing the Awami League's student fron

Expratirate body recocered in city

Police recovered death body of a United Kingdom (UK) expatriate from a house in capital’s Banani area Friday noon.

BCL denies involvment with SUST clash

The central committee of Bangladesh Chhatra League has denied any sort of involvement with the clash at Shahjalal Univer

17 BCL men detained over SUST clash

Police have detained 17 activists of Bangladesh Chaatra League (BCL) following the clash at Shahjalal University of Scie

Jub Dal leader Alal freed on bail

Jubo Dal President Moazzem Hossain Alal, has been freed on bail on Friday, 21 days after his arrest in a case of hartal

HR activist Adilur receives Kennedy award

Adilur Rahman Khan, a Bangladeshi human rights activist, received the 2014 Robert F. Kennedy Human Rights Award in a cer

Govt out to keep Tarique away from politics: Fakhrul

BNP spokesman Mirza Fakhrul Islam Alamgir has claimed that the government is implicating their senior vice chairman Tari

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Bangladesh at risk of terror

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Young elephant fights off 14 lions (video)

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83 sterilisation surgeries in India by a single doctor in six hours.

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Jesus was married with two children!

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US calls for halt to Kamaruzzaman execution

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Metro Rail Bill 2014 gets cabinet consent


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