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Bogra-Sirajganj rail project: Travel time to Dhaka to be reduced by 3 hours

Bangladesh against war but will defend sovereignty: PM Hasina

Habibul Bashar appointed as the new head of BCB women's wing

Azmeri Haque Badhon to become chief judge at international film festival in India

PM Hasina emphasizes importance of mother tongue as main medium of education

UK's Hindu community appreciates PM Hasina's role in establishing secular Bangladesh

London, Oct 2: Leaders of the Bangladesh Hindu Association, which represents the Hindu community of Bangladeshi origin in the UK, lauded Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina's visionary leadership for significant economic development and practical steps towards establishing a secular and oppression-free democratic Bangladesh.

Seminar held at UK Parliament on Bangladesh's economic development and international trade

London, July 22: A seminar was held in the British Parliament on Bangladesh's economic development and international trade.

First bilateral meeting between Sheikh Hasina and Rishi Sunak held

London, May 6: The first bilateral meeting between Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina and UK Prime Minister Rishi Sunak has been held.

Omicron: England records 22 cases so far

London, December 2: England has recorded 22 confirmed Omcron infection cases as the latest Covid-19 variant is driving the world to take stringent measures to stop its spread.

England: Two trains collide, several injured

London, November 1: Several people were hurt as two trains collided in southern England between the city of Salisbury and the town of Andover, Wiltshire Police said.

UK Lawmaker David Amess stabbed at constituency surgery in Essex: Reports

London, October 16: UK Conservative lawmaker David Amess was stabbed several times on Friday at his constituency surgery in the Belfairs Methodist Church in the town of Leigh-on-Sea in Essex, Sky News reported.

China may become greater threat for UK: Duncan Smith

London: British politician Duncan Smith has said China will become a greater threat for the UK and the West in the upcoming days.

EU, UK, USA blame cyber attack on China, say over 30,000 companies affected

Washington DC/ London/ Beijing, August 9: The United Kingdom, the United States and European Union member states have claimed that China launched cyber attacks on about 30,000 companies earlier this year, according to a recent BBC report. The attack on the Microsoft Exchange server came from Chinese territory.

Supreme Court bars Shamima who joined Islamic State from returning to the UK

London, February 27: The country's Supreme Court has ruled that Shamima Begum, a young woman who fled to join the militant group IS, will not be allowed to return to the UK from Syria.

New COVID-19 virus: WHO maintaining 'close contact' with UK officials

London: The World Health Organization (WHO) has said it is maintaining a 'close contact' with UK officials over the emergence of a new variant of coronavirus.

Leaked documents unveil mass infiltration of UK firms by Chinese Communist Party

London: Leaked file reports have revealed that loyal members of the Chinese Communist Party are working in British consulates, universities and for some of the UK's leading companies, media reports said on Sunday.

Covid-19: UK approves Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine for roll out

Dhaka, December 2: The United Kingdom has become the first country to approve the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine against Covid-19 for widespread use, media reports said.

UK urges world not to turn its back on the plight of Rohingya community

Dhaka, October 23: Britain's Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Minister Dominic Raab has called on the world community not to "turn a blind eye" to the plight of the Rohingya, saying the UK was committed to helping save the lives of the Rohingya.

Five Eyes alliance slams decision to postpone Hong Kong polls

Dhaka, August 11: An alliance of five major nations- Britain, Australia, Canada, New Zealand and the US - have voiced their concerns over the Hong Kong government’s “unjust” disqualification of candidates and “disproportionate” postponement of Legislative Council elections.

US will now impose sanctions on some Huawei employees, says Mike Pompeo after UK's move against Chinese firm

Washington: In a bold move that may further escalate tension between Beijing and Washington, the US government on Wednesday announced it will impose sanctions on some Huawei employees.