Movement

Movement

BNP to set plan of action ahead of next general election

BNP is to set a plan of action ahead of next general election. The plan consists of 10 to 12 points based on discussions with leaders at various levels of the party

BNP to set plan of action ahead of next general election

BNP’s meetings with central leaders to begin Tuesday

BNP policymakers are going to sit with the party's vice-chairmen and advisory council members of its chairperson on Tuesday as the part of their planned series of meetings with central leaders to fix ...

BNP’s meetings with central leaders to begin Tuesday

Zia’s grave issue being used to divert attention from govt failure: BNP

BNP policymakers think that the main reason of propaganda about Zia's grave is to divert people’s attention from the government’s failure in different sectors, including health and the vaccination ...

Zia’s grave issue being used to divert attention from govt failure: BNP

Background

Afghanistan's Taliban movement

The Taliban, which was on the brink of total victory in Afghanistan on Sunday, previously governed the country between 1996 and 2001, imposing a strict interpretation of Islamic sharia law before ...

Pakistani soldiers check the documents of stranded Afghan nationals wanting to return to Afghanistan at the Pakistan-Afghanistan border crossing point in Chaman on 15 August 2021, after the Taliban took control of the Afghan border town in a rapid offensive across the country.

Initiatives to amend Road Transport Act will 'make it weaker'

Despite huge investment to develop the road transport system in Bangladesh, discipline in the sector seems to be a far cry. The government has taken the initiative to amend the Road Transport Act ...

Initiatives to amend Road Transport Act will 'make it weaker'

Myanmar democracy movement moves out of jailed Suu Kyi’s shadow

Suu Kyi has largely disappeared from view, seen only in grainy state media photos from the bare courtroom hosting her trial and relying on her lawyers to relay messages to the outside world

A group of women hold torches as they protest against the military coup in Yangon, Myanmar on 14 July 2021

Pegasus snooping scandal

India Opposition stick to demand for probe

Congress Chief Whip in Rajya Sabha Jairam Ramesh had alleged that the House is not functioning because the government is not agreeing to the legitimate demands of the parties

Lok Sabha MP Shashi Tharoor and Opposition party MPs hold placards during a protest against the Central Government over the Pegasus snooping issue in front of Gandhi Statue, in New Delhi on 23 July 2021

Myanmar

Rohingya wary as Myanmar’s anti-junta resistance reaches out

After the military was accused of genocide, Suu Kyi travelled to The Hague to defend the generals at the UN’s top court

Rohingya wary as Myanmar’s anti-junta resistance reaches out

Myanmar junta committing 'crimes against humanity': UN expert

Myanmar's military has carried out crimes against humanity since seizing power in February, a top UN rights expert said on Wednesday, slamming the international community for failing to "end this ...

Myanmar junta committing 'crimes against humanity': UN expert

Myanmar protesters mark coup leader’s birthday with mock funerals

Protesters in coup-hit Myanmar marked the birthday of junta leader Min Aung Hlaing Saturday by burning his portrait and staging mock funerals

Myanmar protesters mark coup leader’s birthday with mock funerals
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