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Afghan women outraged by new Taliban restrictions on work

The Taliban's effective ban on women working sank in on Monday, sparking rage over the dramatic loss of rights after millions of female teachers and girls were barred from secondary school education

Afghan women's rights defenders and civil activists protest to call on the Taliban for the preservation of their achievements and education, in front of the presidential palace in Kabul, Afghanistan on 3 September 2021

Quader denounces BNP’s protests against PM’s visit in New York

Terming BNP’s protest as a deep-rooted conspiracy, Quader also said that the prime minister did not go on a visit abroad in the last 19 months due to the Covid-19 pandemic

Awami League general secretary Obaidul Quader

Rally at Shahbagh

What happened with Pori Moni is condemnable: Shahriar Kabir

‘Shilpir Pashe’, a unified body against oppression faced by artists, organised the solidarity event where they urged that the targeted media campaign against artists be put to a halt

Theatre Bayanno stages street play Ekti Shahoshi Phul Dekha Jai, written and directed by Mizanur Rahman, protesting against what happened with film actress Pori Moni in front of the Bangladesh National Museum, Dhaka on 7 September 2021

Taliban fire shots to disperse protest in Kabul

The Taliban on Tuesday fired shots into the air to disperse crowds who had gathered for an anti-Pakistan rally in the capital, the latest protest since the hardline Islamist movement swept to power ...

A Taliban fighter stands guard as Afghan women shout slogans during an anti-Pakistan protest rally, near the Pakistan embassy in Kabul on 7 September 2021.

Afghan women call for respect in rare protest

Defiant Afghan women held a rare protest Thursday saying they were willing to accept the burqa if their daughters could still go to school under Taliban rule

Afghan women's rights defenders and civil activists protest to call on the Taliban for the preservation of their achievements and education, in front of the presidential palace in Kabul, Afghanistan on 3 September 2021

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

4th anniv of Rohingya exodus

Rohingya children stage ‘genocide’ anniversary protest

Between 3,000 and 4,000 children took part, chanting “we want justice” and “we want safe repatriation,” said community leader Mohammad Osman

Rohingya refugees walk along a path at Kutupalong refugee camp in Ukhia on 25 August 2021

BNP in dream of holding mass uprising against government: Quader

Quader said BNP has no capacity to demonstrate a procession for freeing its party chief, they are dreaming of holding a mass uprising against the government

BNP in dream of holding mass uprising against government: Quader

Myanmar junta crackdown death toll passes 1,000

The country has been in turmoil since 1 February, when the armed forces seized power in a lightning coup, triggering dissent as protesters demanded a return to democracy

Myanmar junta crackdown death toll passes 1,000

Facebook status

Demonstration against DU professor Asif Nazrul, room locked

Asif Nazrul’s Facebook status could trigger incidents that would tarnish the image of the country and destabilise law and order situation, alleged a central Chhatra League leader

Bangladesh Muktijuddha Mancha leaders and activists form a human chain against Dhaka University professor Asif Nazrul at the feet of Raju Memorial Sculpture on the campus on 18 August 2021
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