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Barisal News: The United Nations is hopeful that the political parties in Bangladesh will be able to reach a consensus to hold the next general election in a free and fair manner with the participation of all. UN Secretary
Barisal News: BNP Chairperson Khaleda Zia directed her party`s leaders and workers to take to the streets and stand beside the activists of Hefazat-e-Islam who have been fighting a pitched battles with police in the capital since Sunday morning.
British Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina - in the custody of the organization, they urged them to suspend the program block. Ganabhabane at a press conference in the capital, the opposition said Saturday - Sunday in the custody of the programs of
Parliament in Muslim-majority Bangladesh got its first woman speaker with the election of Shirin Sharmin Chaudhury, 47, a lawyer who was unopposed. As speaker, Chaudhury, currently state minister for women and children affairs, will succeed Abdul
Women elected speaker of Bangladesh's parliament Shirin Sharmin Chowdhury has close links with the governing Awami League party Bangladesh's parliament has for the first time elected a woman, Shirin Sharmin Chowdhury, as speaker. Mrs Chowdhury is a
Over two million people are estimated to have participated in the rally. The HeI demanded enactment of blasphemy laws by authorities to punish people who 'insult Islam'. In a written statement, HeI Ameer (Chief) Shah Ahmad Shafi declared, "Our
Bangladesh's Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina will open the conference and Mary Robinson, the former President of Ireland, will give the keynote speech in the closing session. Today's story is about Bangladesh being one of the most adaptive countries...
A protester from Bangladesh's largest Islamic party was shot dead on Thursday as police opened fire at hundreds of opposition activists on the fourth day of a nationwide strike. Police said the shooting occurred in the southern town of Dumuria where
Bangladesh's election commission has declared April 29 as the date to hold presidential election in the country. The Chief Election Commissioner, Kazi Rakibuddin Ahmed, made the announcement here Tuesday evening at his office during a press briefing,
On the other hand, the government's tolerant attitude towards the hartal called by Hefajat-i-Islam on Monday, combined with the home minister's assurance to consider Hefajat's undemocratic demands hints at the ruling party's possible political