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Blue Whale like games asked to be blocked

The High Court on Monday asked the authorities concerned to stop the Blue Whale Challenge game and all other similar kinds of games, blamed for suicides of teenagers. The HC bench Details

CJ SK Sinhas wife flies to Australia

Chief justice Surendra Kumar Sinha's wife Sushma Sinha is flying to Australia to join her husband. She left Dhaka for Australia on Tuesday night. After three days her husband went Details

President raises 11 corruption charges against CJ Sinha

Chief Justice Surendra Kumar Sinha is facing 11 charges, including money laundering and corruption, the Supreme Court said in a statement yesterday, a day after he left the country for Details

President signs GO for CJ Sinha s visit abroad

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has already signed Chief Justice (CJ) Surendra Kumar Sinha's letter that he wrote to the President, Abdul Hamid, asking permission for going abroad.   The minister for law, Details

Chief Justice Sinha, wife get Australian visa for three years

Chief justice Surendra Kumar Sinha, whose one-month leave on health grounds sparked off speculations, and his wife Sushma Sinha have received Australian visas for three years. "The chief justice and Details

Train services of Dhaka with 3 dists resume

Train communication of Dhaka with Mymensingh, Jamalpur and Netrakona districts resumed nearly after three and half hours of disruption following the derailment of an intercity train at Gafargaon Railway Station Details

Bangladesh turned global spotlight on Rohingya crisis

The Rohingya crisis has become a concern for the international community because of Bangladesh’s efforts, says Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina. She made the remarks at a reception for her return from Details

SCBA leaders couldnot enter CJ s residence

Leaders of the Supreme Court Bar Association (SCBA) said the law enforcers did not allow them to go to the residence of chief justice SK Sinha in the city on Details

Bangladesh to move ahead despite Rohingya influx: PM

The premier said the hapless Rohingya people who fled to Bangladesh will be shifted to an island called “Bhasan Char” from Cox's Bazar. Asserting that Bangladesh never felt scared in facing Details

Myanmar makes proposal, to take back Rohingya refugees

Myanmar today proposed to repatriate the Rohingya refugees who have fled into Bangladesh following persecution in the Rakhine state. Kyaw Tint Swe, a minister of Myanmar State Counsellor Office, offered the Details

We have proven, we can: PM

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina beamed with exaltation and cheer at the first installation of a span on the country's biggest infrastructure Padma Bridge project and said, 'Yes, we've proved, we Details

PM leaves Washington for London

Prime minister Sheikh Hasina left Washington on Monday for London on her way back home wrapping up her 16-day visit to the United States. “A United Airlines flight carrying the prime Details

Padma Bridge is visible now

The work of Padma bridge is going on very fast.The Super Structure (Span) carried by the floating crane is placed on the pillar number 37 and 38. On Saturday (September Details

The Prime Minister is returning home on October 7

Awami League Deputy Office Secretary Biplab Barua said, Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina will return to the country on October 7 after the visit to the United States. He said, "The Details

All Rohingyas will have to get back

Myanmar will have to retuen the Rohingyas who came to Bangladesh last one month and took shelter in the past. The ambassador of Bangladesh, Masud Bin Momen, demanded the debate Details

The Chief Justice is at Bangabhaban now

Chief Justice Surendra Kumar Sinha has gone to Bangabhaban to meet with President Abdul Hamid. He arrived at Bangabhaban on Saturday (30 September) at around 12 noon. Deputy Registrar of Details

The Chief justice is going to Bangabhaban

Cheif justice Surendra Kumar Sinha is going to Bangabhaban to pay a courtesy call on President Advocate Abdul Hamid at noon on Saturday (30 sep). The chief justice's Private Secretary Details

PM office calls reports on plot to kill Sheikh Hasina baseless

The Prime Minister's Office (PMO) today dismissed a media report about a failed attempt on the life of Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina, terming it completely "baseless and motivated". "On Sunday, September Details

Action will be taken if mobile phone operators sell SIM to Rohingya refugees

State Minister for Post and Telecommunications Tarana Halim says on Saturday, September 23, 2017, If Mobile phone operators of the country will face legal actions if they are found involved Details

Army is coming on field

Bangladesh Army will be start work officially from Saturday (23 September) to provide relief and rehabilitation of Rohingyas who have fled to Myanmar. In a press briefing at the conference room of Details