The official death toll has nearly doubled to 35 in a crackdown by Iran's security forces on more than a week of protests that erupted after the death of a young woman in custody
Not a single long-haul bus has left or entered Sylhet since morning while intra-district transport movement also remained suspended as workers armed with sticks picketed on roads
Organising meetings and rallies are the rights of opposition in a democratic environment. But this right is being denied in the country for long
Visiting the Bharaura tea estate, Bhurbhuria tea estate, Khaichhara tea estate and Zerin tea estate this morning, it was seen that the workers have resumed work in full swing
The decision was taken at a meeting of administration and the leaders of Bangladesh Tea Plantation Workers’ Union at the conference room of the office of Moulvibazar deputy commissioner
BNP wants dead body for politics and the incident of Bhola was created for fulfilling this evil intention, Hasan told newspersons at the meeting room of his ministry at Secretariat in the capital
The formal declaration makes Gotabaya Rajapaksa -- once known as ‘The Terminator’ for his ruthless crushing of Tamil rebels -- the first Sri Lankan head of state to resign since it adopted an ...
Immigration officers refuse to go to the VIP suite to stamp Gotabaya Rajapaksa's passport, while he insisted he would not go through the public facilities fearing reprisals from other airport users
The movement had begun in March, when thousands took to the streets to vent their anger at lengthy power cuts and spiralling prices, and to call for the Rajapaksa family that had dominated the ...
The decision by the president and prime minister to step aside came after Wickremesinghe held talks with several political party leaders to decide what steps to take following the unrest
Sri Lankan prime minister Ranil Wickremesinghe is willing to resign to make way for all-party government, his office said in a statement on Saturday, after thousands of protesters stormed the ...
As conservative US states rush to enact abortion bans following the Supreme Court's bombshell decision, the fight over reproductive rights in America is poised to shift to a new battleground
The deeply polarised country grappled with a new level of division: between states that will now or soon deny the right to abortion, enshrined since 1973, and those that still allow it
Common Rohingyas have taken the ‘Go Home’ programme to grab the attention of theinternational community as well as Bangladesh to pressurise the Myanmar junta government.
The demonstration will be staged to press home a total of 19 demands, including an end to killings at refugee camps and their repatriation to Myanmar