Dhaka to have underwater railway
Mashrafe's team lose by big margin in the first match in Sylhet leg
A group is spreading misinformation about books: Education Minister
Crowds on the last Friday at the trade fair
Foreign Minister inaugurates 'Hridaye Bangabandhu' corner and two units at Osmani Hospital
Kyiv, Ukraine, February 25: Md. Abdul Qayyum, a resident of Sylhet, migrated to Ukraine for higher studies four years ago. Everything was going well. However, the situation has taken a different turn in the last few months. Qayyum thought despite the hardships, he would stay in the Ukrainian capital of Kyiv. However, he changed his mind on Thursday morning after receiving news that Russia had launched a special military operation in Ukraine.
Baku, Azerbaijan, February 25: A Bangladeshi student named Riya Islam has been mysteriously killed in Azerbaijan.
Kyiv, February 24: Following Russian President Vladimir Putin's announcement to launch a full-scale invasion of Ukraine, the country's troops have started their anticipated attack on Ukraine, despite international condemnation and sanctions.
Ankara, February 22:�A beautiful and charming road in Ankara, the capital of Turkey. Its name is 'Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman Road'. The bust of Bangabandhu standing with his head held high at the important corner of the road. Below there is the struggling biography of Bangabandhu engraved in Turkish on white stone. Anyone who is traveling on this important road is enjoying the beauty of the road just as his eyes are fixed on the sculpture of Bangabandhu.
Poland, February 16: In view of the recent situation, the Bangladesh Embassy in Poland has advised Bangladeshi nationals residing in Ukraine to leave the country.
Abha, Saudi Arabia, February 11: Security forces destroyed an explosive-laden drone during an attack on Saudi Arabia's Abha airport. At least 12 people were wounded by the sharpnel of the intercepted drone. Among them are several foreign nationals including Bangladeshis and Indians, reported news agency Reuters.
New York, February 2: Rabab Fatima, Bangladesh's Permanent Representative to the United Nations, has been unanimously elected Chair of the United Nations Peacebuilding Commission (UN PBC). She is the first woman to be elected for the post.
Xi’an, China: Amid food shortage, people in quarantine in the Covid-hit Chinese city of Xi'an are now buying rice and other foods in exchange for smartphones or something else.
Bogota, January 29: The UN Mission in Colombia was the target of an attack on Thursday, when three vehicles that were part of a joint expedition travelling through a remote area, were approached by armed individuals, although nobody was ultimately injured during the incident.
Rome, January 26: Seven Bangladeshis have died of hypothermia on a boat carrying migrants from Libya to Italy in the Mediterranean Sea. Luigi Patronaggio, prosecutor in the Italian city of Agrigento, said in a statement on Tuesday (January 25).
London, January 26: On the occasion of the golden jubilee of Bangladesh's independence, five new buildings in Britain have been named after five prominent Bengalis. The country's Bangladeshi-inhabited Tower Hamlets Council announced the naming of the five new buildings.
'Suspected' drone attack in Abu Dhabi kills 3, injures 6, Yemen's Iran-backed Houthis claim responsibility
Abu Dhabi, January 18: Yemen's Iran-aligned Houthis on Monday claimed responsibility for a 'suspected' drone attack in Abu Dhabi in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) that sparked an explosion in three oil tankers and a fire near Abu Dhabi international airport, leaving at least three people killed and six others wounded.
Bloomington: A snow leopard died after suffering from COVID-19 induced pneumonia at Miller Park Zoo in Bloomington city of the US.
Seoul, December 27: South Korea’s Ministry of Food and Drug Safety on Monday approved Pfizer’s oral antiviral pill, the first one to treat Covid-19 in the country, after a panel of experts reviewed its safety and efficiency, national media said.
Beijing, December 24: Stressing on the opressive regime of Xi Jinping-led government that "reminding the Mao era", a new report by the Reporters Without Borders (RSF) said China is "the world's biggest captor of journalists" with at least 127 scribes currently detained.