We can solve load shedding within this month: Minister of State in Parliament
Teen dies during fight with relative over tea stall bill
There is no such crisis where UN will need to intervene: Obaidul Quader
Trying to take country forward despite limitations: PM Sheikh Hasina
The 6-point outline of independence was drawn up with public support: Prime Minister
Taiwan finds suspected China-made weather balloon debris
Dhaka, May 16: Taiwan security forces have found the wreckage of a suspected China-made weather balloon on one of its offshore frontline islets, media reports said on Tuesday.
China-EU relations hit rock bottom eight years after Xi Jinping's visit
Brussels/Beijing, July 23: When Chinese President Xi Jinping visited Europe in 2014, his visit was heralded as the beginning of a new era. Martin Schulz, president of the European Parliament at the time, said, "Jinping's visit is proof of the strong partnership between the European Union and China." However, eight years after that visit, in 2022, the scenario has changed a lot.
Anger grows in Nepal over China's interference
Kathmandu/Beijing, April 17: China's interference in Nepal's internal affairs to influence the country's domestic politics and economy has been growing steadily over time. However, it is also true that the people of Nepal have held numerous anti-China protests.
China pushes private schools to turn public in ‘fairness’ lesson: Media report
Beijing, November 29: China’s crackdown on for-profit education gained steam in the current month as authorities push to make private elementary and middle schools public under a banner of promoting 'fairness' in education, according to Nikkei Asia newspaper.
China-Afghanistan resumes trade despite no rush in recognizing Taliban govt
Beijing/Kabul, November 9: China is seemingly resuming trade with Afghanistan- a country now ruled by Taliban forces. It is evident after the arrival of 45 tonnes of Afghan pine nuts at Shanghai’s international airport on Monday, media reports said.
Beijing atrocities: Xinjiang authorities arrest Uyghur doctoral student from Chinese university
Beijing, October 29: Chinese authorities have arrested a Uyghur doctoral student from Xinjiang region, who had earned academic achievements and was praised by the Chinese media, from far-western region in April while attending university in Guangzhou, media reports said.
China is now on hypersonic ‘EMP’ missile that could plunge cities into darkness with ‘chemical explosion’: Reports
Beijing, September 27: Chinese scientists are creating a hypersonic weapon designed to generate an intense electromagnetic pulse that would wipe out communication and power supply lines, media reports said.
China carrying out cultural genocide, international community should speak out: CTA president Penpa Tsering
Lhasa, June 6: Complaining that there is an atmosphere of 'cultural genocide' in China, the top leader of the Tibetan government, Penpa Tsering, has called on the international community to speak out before the 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics. Tsering has just been elected president (Sikyong) of the 17th Parliament-in-Exile of the Central Tibetan Administration (CTA).
Canadian parliament calls on government to declare China's treatment of Uyghurs as genocide
Toronto/Sputnik, February 24: Canada’s House of Commons adopted a non-binding motion calling on the Trudeau government to declare the actions of the Chinese authorities against the Uyghurs in Xinjiang province a genocide.
China using technology to arrest Uighur Muslims
Dhaka, December 18: China is using extensive technology and databases to "arbitrarily" arrest or monitor Uyghur Muslims in Xinjiang province. Many people have been imprisoned there for reciting the Holy Quran, wearing hijab or going on Hajj. This information was provided by the international human rights organization Human Rights Watch (HRW).
President of Tibetan government in exile visits White House
Dhaka, December 11: History was made when Lobsang Sangay, the head of the exiled Tibetan government, recently visited the White House as an invited guest.
China supplying clothes made by enslaved Uighurs to the world
Dhaka, December 11: The Chinese government is forcing people from the minority Uighur community into labour camps. The products produced by these enslaved Muslim Uighur workers, especially cotton clothes, are being supplied to the world market.
Beijing jails Tibetan singer for song criticising Chinese policies
Dhaka, November 4: A Tibetan singer has been jailed for six years by authorities in Beijing for criticising China's repressive policies in his songs.
China's treatment of Uighur Muslims is close to genocide: United States
Dhaka, October 23: US National Security Adviser Robert O'Brien recently commented that what China is doing to Uyghur Muslims in Xinjiang is close to genocide. He made the remarks while attending a virtual event of an international voluntary organization called Aspen Institute, according to Reuters.
China making little contribution to Rohingya crisis, says US
Dhaka, October 22: The United States has described Beijing's role in resolving the Rohingya crisis in Bangladesh as 'insignificant' compared to what was expected.