Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina today said the Rohingya crisis could be resolved in line with the five-point proposal she had placed in last month's UN General Assembly session in New York.
"We don't want war ... we believe all problems could be solved through discussion," she said while receiving donations to her Relief and Welfare Fund. Bangladesh Association of Banks (BAB) handed over the donations to the Prime Minister at her office. After the function, PM's Press Secretary Ihsanul Karim briefed reporters. The five-point...Details»
Cox's Bazar: Malaysian Deputy Prime Minister Ahmad Zahid Hamidi on Monday said that if the member countries of Association of Southeast ...Details»
Krishak-Sramik Janata League leader Abdul Kader Siddique has demanded resignation of Chief Election Commissioner Nurul Huda for praising former military ruler ...Details»
The ‘second in command' of a forest robber gang was killed in a gunfight with Rapid Action Battalion (RAB) members in Shailo Khal area of the ...Details»
Leaders of the Comilla University teachers’ association on Sunday came up with a 14-point demand, including resignation of the proctor and a halt to illegal appointment ...Details»
Mogadishu : The death toll from Sunday's deadliest Somalia attack is expected to rise further as the condition of many admitted in hospital is stated critical.
At least ten bodies of Rohingya people have been recovered after a boat carrying them from Myanmar capsized in the Bay in Teknaf upazila of Cox’s ...Details»
Lionel Messi is to become a father for the third time, the Barcelona star's wife Antonella Roccuzzo has announced.
The pair, who have been together since childhood ...Details»