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6 hrs ago | Scoop
Human Rights Day is being observed in Bangladesh, amidst extreme forms of humiliation and denial of human dignity.
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8 hrs ago | Dunmow Broadcast
Immigration chiefs arrested 13 illegal workers at two of Dunmow's Indian restaurants last week - leaving the businesses staring down the barrel of a maximum 130,000 fine.
13 hrs ago | The Times of India
A special tribunal signed an execution order on Sunday for 65-year-old Mollah, infamous as the "Butcher of Mirpur".
15 hrs ago | Fibre2Fashion
"It is an honor to formalize our presence in Dhaka, which will help speed the achievement of our ambitious goals for garment factory safety," said Jeffrey Krilla, President of the Alliance, in a press release.
UN Assistant Secretary-General Oscar Fernandez-Taranco yesterday expressed hope for a solution to the crisis over polls-time government but with four vital "ifs".
Bangladeshi residents hold candles during a vigil for late South African leader Nelson Mandela in front of a poster bearing his image in Dhaka on December 9, 2013.
From Boeing 787s and Airbus A350s to the smaller Bombardier CS100 -we're always interested in the latest and greatest in shiny new airplanes.
A firefighter walks past burned vans after a fire at a 10-storey garment building at Konabari, Gazipur.
Malindo Air, which made its maiden flight just nine months ago in Malaysia, has managed to get its hands on some lucrative routes in the highly competitive airline industry of India.
Today South Asians will be celebrating the 29th Charter Day of the South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation .
Bangladesh's Jamaat-e-Islami leader Abdul Quader Molla in February after a war crimes tribunal sentenced him to life imprisonment.
Oscar Fernandez Taranco, UN assistant secretary general for political affairs, yesterday sought to know from Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina if there was any scope for deferring the polls date, to which Hasina said the Election Commission could decide that.
New Delhi, Dec. 7: The Indian Air Force will phase out its first supersonic fighter jet, the MiG-21FL, which will fly its last sortie over the Kalaikunda airforce station in Bengal next week.
Traffic in the capital and elsewhere went haywire yesterday as people, who had been restricted from their usual lifestyle due to the six-day blockade last week, poured out from their homes to attend to their commitments and necessities and reach their destinations before the fresh spell of 72-hour blockade beginning this morning.
The latest faultline to surface in Bangladesh's fractious politics is on the modalities of conducting the next general elections, scheduled to be held on January 5, 2014.
While the world remains fixated on anti-government demonstrations in Kiev and Bangkok, perhaps the most intractable political standoff of the past weeks is also the one getting the least attention.