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PM Hasina hopes India-Bangladesh friendship will be eternal

2 killed, 6 hurt in Narsingdi bus-covered van collision

Met predicts rain in 4 divisions including Dhaka

Drug case against Pori Moni will continue

Medical tourism bolstering Bangladesh-India bilateral ties

Ukraine war anniversary: US to impose sanctions on over 500 Russia-linked targets

Washington, Feb 23: A day before the second anniversary of the Ukraine war, the United States on Friday imposed sanctions on more than 500 Russia-linked targets.

PM Hasina urges to stop 'genocide' in Gaza

Munich, Feb 18: Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has called for an immediate end to Israeli attacks on Palestinians in Gaza.

PM Hasina holds meeting with Ukrainian President in Munich

Munich, Feb 17: Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Saturday (Feb 17) held a meeting with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy at the Munich Security Conference (MSC) in Germany.

85 Bangladeshis detained in Malaysia

Kuala Lumpur, Jan 26: Eighty-five Bangladeshi migrant workers have been arrested in separate raids for their alleged involvement in various immigration-related crimes in Malaysia.

Foreign Minister arrives in Uganda to represent Bangladesh at NAM and South summits

Kampala, Jan 20: Foreign Minister Dr. Hasan Mahmud has arrived in Uganda to lead the Bangladesh delegation to the 19th Summit of the Non-Aligned Movement (NAM) and the G77 3rd South Summit.

UN calls on all parties in Bangladesh to refrain from violence

New York, Jan 11: The United Nations reiterated its call on all parties in Bangladesh to refrain from any form of violence and ensure full respect for everyone's human rights and the rule of law.

EU expresses regret over major political parties' absence in Bangladesh elections

Brussels, Jan 11: The European Union (EU) has expressed regret over the non-participation of all major political parties in the recently held 12th National Parliament Elections of Bangladesh.

Canada expresses disappointment with Bangladesh elections

Ottawa, Jan 10: Canada has expressed disappointment with the electoral process of Bangladesh. Besides, this North American country also condemned the incidents of violence before and after the elections. At the same time, Canada also said that the country appreciates and supports the democratic aspirations of the citizens of Bangladesh.

Bangladesh election was not fair: US

Washington, Jan 9: The United States believes that the recently held 12th national election of Bangladesh was not free and fair. At the same time, they also mentioned that not all parties participated in the elections. The United States stated its position on Monday in a statement on the Bangladesh election.

20,000 Palestinians killed in Gaza in Israeli attacks: Local health ministry

Gaza, Dec 21: Gaza's Health Ministry has claimed that over 20,000 Palestinians had been killed since October 7 in the Israeli attacks.

Japan will keep 16 observers in the election

Own Correspondent, Dhaka, 18 December 2023: Japan will have 16 observers in the upcoming 12th National Assembly elections. Iwama Kiminori, Japan's ambassador to Dhaka, told reporters after a meeting with Chief Election Commissioner Kazi Habibul Awal at Agargaon EC Bhavan at 2 pm on Monday.

Kuwait Emir Sheikh Nawaf Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber Al-Sabah passes away at 86

Kuwait City, Dec 16: The Emir of Kuwait Sheikh Nawaf Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber Al-Sabah died at 86.

Russia's allegations against Peter Haas are completely false: US

Washington, Dec 8: The United States has called Russia's allegations against the US ambassador to Bangladesh Peter Haas as outright lies. The country has said that Russia's allegations against Peter Haas are completely false and Russia itself knows it.

Bangladesh elected as IMO's Vice-Chair

London, Nov 29: Bangladesh High Commissioner to the United Kingdom Saida Muna Tasnim was unanimously elected as the First Vice President of the 33rd Assembly of the International Maritime Organization (IMO) in London on Monday with 150 votes.

China closing down hundreds of mosques

Beijing, Nov 24: Chinese authorities have closed or modified hundreds of mosques in the country's Ningxia and Gansu regions. These two regions have the largest Muslim population after Xinjiang. This information was given in the report published by the international human rights organization Human Rights Watch (HRW) on Wednesday.