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Dhaka, October 29: A prison riot in Afghanistan's Herat killed at least eight people and injured another 12 on Wednesday.
Dhaka, October 28: India's air service with Bangladesh resumed on Wednesday after being closed for eight months amid the Covid-19 pandemic. Indian High Commissioner to Dhaka Vikram Kumar Doraiswamy inaugurated the event.
Dhaka/UNI, October 27: At least seven people were killed and 70 others injured in a powerful explosion at a seminary in Peshawar, the capital city of Pakistan's northwest Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province, on Tuesday morning.
Dhaka/Sputnik, October 26: A bomb blast in Sharana, the capital of Afghanistan’s eastern Paktika Province, has killed at least four children, Paktika police spokesman Shah Mohammad Aryan told Sputnik.
Kabul/Kandahar: Unidentified gunmen shot dead a woman police officer in Afghanistan's Kandahar province, media reports said on Sunday.
Dhaka, October 23: The Financial Action Task Force (FATF) has said that Pakistan will remain in its grey list, after the Imran Khan led-government failed to fulfil six of the 27 mandates to check terror funding.
Dhaka, October 23: Nepal's Ambassador Dr. Banshidhar Mishra has expressed interest in conducting a clinical trial of a possible Covid-19 vaccine made by Bangladesh's Globe Biotech to prevent the coronavirus. He made the remarks at a press conference at Globe Pharmaceuticals' head office in Dhaka's Tejgaon on Thursday.
History created: Kashmiris put up Black Day posters across Srinagar to remember Pakistan invasion in 1947
Srinagar: Jammu and Kashmir witnessed yet another episode of history making as locals for the first time put up hoardings in different areas of summer capital Srinagar to commemorate the ‘Black Day’ (Oct 22, 1947) of the region, marked by the brutal invasion by Pakistan over seven decades ago and the mindless atrocities committed on the people.
Kabul: At least five security forces men were killed and two others were hurt as the vehicle in which they were travelling hit through a roadside mine in Kang district of Nimruz province, media reports said.
Dhaka, October 20: Bangladesh will soon sign a preferential trade agreement with Bhutan. The issue was discussed during a meeting between newly appointed Bhutanese Ambassador Rinchen Quentsil and State Minister for Foreign Affairs Md. Shahriar Alam on Monday.
Dhaka, October 19: Foreign Minister AK Abdul Momen has requested India to open roads and railways considering the common man. He made the request during a meeting with Indian High Commissioner Vikram Doraiswamy in Dhaka on Sunday.
Kabul: A car bomb blast occured close to police HQ in Afghanistan's Ghor city on Sunday which left at least 12 people killed, media reports said.
Dhaka, 15 October 2020: India has requested Bangladesh to reduce the general charges of inbound flights.
Dhaka, October 15: Issues are simply not dying down for Pakistan's Prime Minister Imran Khan and his cabinet as the South Asian country continues to witness massive protests one after the other while scenes of blood-spattered women protesters rolling on the streets from police crackdown in the latest action triggered outrages.
Dhaka, October 12: Sindhi protesters have demonstrated outside the Sindh Governor House in Karachi city of Pakistan against the government's decision to annex the Sindh Islands against the will of the community.