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
Amid the jubilation of Bangladesh Women Footballers winning the SAFF Championship, women cricketers accomplished another mission as they qualified for the next T20 World Cup
At least 17 people have been killed as popular unrest flared Thursday across Iran over the death in custody of Kurdish woman Mahsa Amini, local media reported
The locks on the luggage of SAFF Women’s Football Championship winners Krishna Rani Sarkar and Shamsunnahar were found broken, with both footballers osing money, clothes and several other items
Bangladesh beat USA by 55 runs at the Sheikh Zayed Stadium, Abu Dhabi to clinch their third win of the group after beating Scotland and Ireland in their previous matches
Sheikh Hasina said Bangladesh has ensured representation of women in all levels, from the top to the lowest tier of government
Meeting Hong Kyung-suk is a pleasant experience. Whenever any information of her achievement is feed to her, she smiles with sheer surprise- “oh really? I do not know.”
Before every game, I remind them of our 6-0 win over Malaysia in last June. If we can win against a 90th ranked team, then why can’t we win here?
According to new research, the impact of breathing diesel exhaust fumes may be more severe for females than males
In a civilised society public spaces are naturally considered safe for women. But in recent years, the reality of the country has changed that idea. Gang-rape, sexual harassment, especially in moving ...
A widow has brought allegations of rape and sexual harassment against Karpara union parishad (UP) chairman of Gopalganj sadar upazila, SM Habibur Rahman
Four women were killed as the earth from a hillock of a tea garden fell on them while extracting soil at Sreemangal of Moulvibazar
Wasfia Nazreen, the first Bangladeshi to have summited the notorious K2 – the world’s second highest and most dangerous mountain – has just landed in her motherland
According to research of over 26,000 middle-aged UK women, vegetarians have a 33 per cent higher risk of hip fracture than habitual meat eaters