Another landslide tragedy hit hilly area of the country recently. The landslide, triggered by heavy rainfall following a cyclone claimed three lives of a family and another man died in a wall collapse in two places of Chattogram.
The attack on an anti-terrorism rally of Awami League on August 21, 2004 is a dark feature of the politics in Bangladesh.
Serious reactions have been created in environment of the whole world due to global warming.
Today is the 10th day of the month of Muharram. The day is regarded as holy Ashura.
Bangladesh's unbelievable victory over Sri Lanka at the Dubai International Stadium in UAE really stunned the cricket world.
The mighty Padma River is grabbing roads, houses, markets, school, hospitals and other land areas continuously. Everything is becoming vanished in front of eyes.
The “procession of death” on the roads and highways has not stopped. The incident of casualties in road accidents seems to be increased before and after Eid-ul-Azha.
Now more than 10 lakh Rohingyas, including more than seven lakh refugees who came after the August 25 attacks last year, are staying in Cox's Bazar.
Eid-ul-Azha is knocking at the door. Thousands of people are leaving the capital to celebrate the Eid with their nearest and dearest ones.
August 15 is the National Mourning Day for Bangladesh. The day is the most heartbreaking and pathetic for Bangladesh and Bengali nation.
Students stage strong movement demanding road safety after two students of Shaheed Ramiz Uddin Cantonment School and College were killed in a road accident on Airport Road in the capital on July 29.
Students from schools and colleges are staging demonstration protesting against deaths of two students of Shaheed Ramiz Uddin Cantonment College on Airport Road in the capital.
The results of Higher Secondary Certificate (HSC) and its equivalent examinations have been published. The students who have passed in these examinations will face an admission war within few days to pursue higher education.
Around 11 lakh Rohingyas have taken shelter in Bangladesh in the face of brutal torture, rape and killing in the Myanmar's conflict-torn northern Rakhine state.
It can be said that this time Eid holidaymakers were able to make safe journey for their homes and share joys with their near and dear ones.
Senior Correspondent: Bangladesh Nationalist Party (BNP) on Sunday brought out 'black-flag' procession in the capital protesting the August 21 verdict against BNP acting chairman Tarique Rahman.
Entertainment Desk: The first namaz-e-janaza of legendary singer, composer and founder of rock band LRB Ayub Bachchu was held at the National Eidgah Maidan in the capital following Jummah prayers on Friday.