Violence

Violence

One dead as violence mars UP election in Cox’s Bazar

One was shot dead while at least six other suffered bullet wounds in election-related gunfights in Cox's Bazar Monday morning

One dead as violence mars UP election in Cox’s Bazar

Stalker sets college girl on fire

A college student suffered burn injuries as she was set on fire by a stalker in Manikganj district on Monday night

College girl suffers burns as stalker sets her on fire in Manikganj

Brutality of rape

'We should instil fear among the perpetrators'

Incidences of rape in the country have increased to an alarming level but the full scenario cannot be found with the media reports only

'We should instil fear among the perpetrators'

Guns, drugs, Taliban: Afghanistan's heroin problem

Afghanistan is by far the world's biggest producer of heroin, supplying between 80-90 per cent of global output, making the drugs policies of the new Taliban-led government of crucial importance

Guns, drugs and Taliban: Afghanistan's heroin problem

Taliban revenge fears grow in Afghanistan

The Taliban are going house-to-house searching for opponents and their families, according to an intelligence document for the UN that deepened fears Friday Afghanistan's new rulers were reneging on ...

Taliban revenge fears grow in Afghanistan

155 BNP activists sued over Chandrima Udyan clash

The accused have been charged for conducting sabotage, injuring law enforcement personnel and vandalising vehicles and other public properties

155 BNP activists sued over Chandrima Udyan clash

Actress Eka lands in jail in 2 separate cases

Dhaka Metropolitan magistrate Mohammad Jasim passed the order as police produced Eka, who was detained from her house on Saturday, before the court

Actress Eka lands in jail in 2 separate cases

‘Most embarrassing day in India’s history’

The Assam government has issued a travel advisory for state residents asking them to avoid travelling to Mizoram amid a border dispute between the neighbouring states

Police deployed at Lalilapur police patrol post in Cachar district bordering Mizoram following the interstate border clash, on 28 July 2021

Interview: Tasneem Siddiqui

‘It is not impossible to recover the dues of the returned migrants’

After drugs and arms smuggling, human trafficking is the third largest underground business. Its network is worldwide

Tasneem Siddiqui

Afghanistan

Govt imposes night curfew to stem Taliban advance

Afghan authorities on Saturday imposed a night-time curfew across 31 of the country's 34 provinces to curb surging violence unleashed by a sweeping Taliban offensive in recent months

Govt imposes night curfew to stem Taliban advance
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