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Let us join in the fight against coronavirus

Today is Bangladesh’s Independence Day. On this day in 1971, our war of freedom was initiated following the sudden attacks by the occupational forces of Pakistan.

Putin lays out path to staying in power beyond 2024

Putin said Russia needed evolutionary change, "because we have had enough of revolutions" while suggesting that the country may not yet be ready for a new leader

'Democracy continues to decline globally'

Democracy and pluralism are under threat around the world for the consecutive fourteenth year, a Freedom House report revealed.

We take as much pride in Sheikh Mujib as Bangladesh does: Riva Ganguly

Referring to the Mujib Borsho celebrations and the forthcoming visit of the prime minister Narendra Modi, Indian high commissioner Riva Ganguly Das said that India takes Sheikh Mujibur Rahman as much ...

Sonia Gandhi demands Amit Shah's resignation

The Congress Working Committee met on Wednesday and after deliberations for more than two hours, the interim party president Sonia Gandhi demanded that home minister Amit Shah should resign following ...

7 killed as Delhi clashes overshadow Trump visit

At least seven people have been killed and around 150 injured in clashes between opposing groups in New Delhi, a police official told Reuters on Tuesday, as riots in parts of the city overshadowed ...

Don't embarrass AL asking about Khaleda’s bail: Quader

Reiterating that the court will decide about the bail of Khaleda Zia, Awami League general secretary Obaidul Quader on Wednesday said the bail issue of graft-convicted BNP chairperson is totally a ...

Last nail to ‘stateless entity’ BJP’s coffin in 2021: Mamata

Issuing a warning to ruling Bharatiya Janata Party hours after it was decimated in the Delhi Assembly polls in India, West Bengal chief minister Mamata Banerjee on Tuesday said the saffron party was ...

Celebrations at AAP office over Delhi poll victory

After the counting trends pointed to an overwhelming victory for the Aam Aadmi Party in the Delhi Assembly election, workers and supporters gathered outside the party office were rejoicing.Outside ...

Voter absence is louder than words

Sometimes silence is louder than words and this couldn’t be more poignantly expressed than by the absence of voters in the recent elections of Dhaka’s two city corporations and also the by-election ...

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