Dhaka: Bangladesh is observing Independence Day on Saturday, a day which marks the nation's victory in gaining freedom from the hands of Pakistan.
Dhaka/UNI: This year, Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has been ranked 43rd in the list of 100 most influential women in the world, it was reported on Wednesday.
Dhaka/UNI: ISKCON Bangladesh chief Charu Chanda Das Brammachari has slammed the Bangladesh government over attacks on Hindus and demanded Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina to provide security to the minority community here.
Former US Congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard has criticised the recent violence against Hindus in Bangladesh during Durga Puja.
Dhaka/UNI: The police have identified the person who allegedly put the Holy Quran inside a mandap in Cumilla town during the Durga Puja which led to communal disturbances at several places in Bangladesh last week.
Dhaka: Several social, political and cultural organisations have staged demonstrations and protest marches across Bangladesh over the communal violence against the minority Hindu community during the Durga Puja.
Dhaka/Washington: The United States on Wednesday condemned the recent violence in Bangladesh where Hindu temples and pandals were attacked by unknown men and urged authorities to 'investigate' the matter.
Dhaka: Bangladesh PM Sheikh Hasina on Tuesday directed the country's home minister to initiate immediate actions against those who incited violence using religion across the nation during Durga Puja celebrations.
Sheikh Hasina, the longest serving Prime Minister of Bangladesh, recently earned appreciation of UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres for her relentless works in developing the fortunes of the south Asian nation that gained its freedom from Pakistan in 1971.
Dhaka: Members of Bangladesh Muktijoddha Manch on Saturday demonstrated outside the Pakistan High Commission in Dhaka to mark the grenade attack in 2004 on Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina.
Dhaka: Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has sent mangoes to her Pakistani counterpart Imran Khan as “a gesture of goodwill”, media reports said on Saturday.
Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Wednesday renewed her call to the global community to ensure the dignified repatriation of Rohingyas as they are posing a big security threat to Bangladesh as well as the region.
Bangladesh Prime Minister Shiekh Hasina, recalling the six-point charter released by the country’s founding father, Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, in 1966, said that the charter was meant for independence. In 1966, the charter sought greater autonomy for erstwhile East Pakistan.
Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has asked youths to take up fish farming as their livelihood as the sector has a huge scope of employment, reported The Daily Star. She said the government has taken several steps to boost the sector.
In an apparent response to China’s veiled threat of “damaging ties” with Dhaka over Quad, Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina said her country won’t any advice that would cause any “damage” to her country.