More News

Slider2 Top News

Six AA Fighters Killed as Myanmar Regime Bombs Outpost in Karen State

NEWS DESK Six Arakan Army (AA) soldiers were killed when Myanmar junta aircraft bombed an outpost of the Rakhine armed group located in an area controlled

National Slider 1

Rohingya repatriation: Dhaka seeks proactive role from Indonesia, ASEAN

NEWS DESK Foreign Minister Dr AK Abdul Momen has urged Indonesia and the ASEAN to play a proactive role to facilitate early repatriation of the displaced


Motorcycles on Padma Bridge banned

NEWS DESK The government has banned the plying of motorcycles on the Padma Bridge until further notice. The ban imposed by the Bridge Division under the

Cox's Bazar Slider 1

Rohingya refugees provide aid to flood victims in Sylhet

NEWS DESK Registered Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh have come forward to provide 400 flood-affected families with cash and emergency flood relief

National Slider2

Eid-ul-Azha on July 10

Eid-ul-Azha, the second largest religious festival of the Muslims, will be celebrated across the country on July 10 (Sunday), as the crescent moon of the


Sports fraternity celebrate historic Padma Bridge inauguration

The inauguration of the Padma Bridge created a massive buzz in the sports fraternity today as the officials and players of the different federations

Bandarban Slider 1

Amid threat of KNF attacks, 23 families flee to Bandarban from Rangamati

STAFF REPORTER Fearing for their safety amid attack threats by Kuki-Chin National Front (KNF), more than 23 families from several neighbourhoods of

Cox's Bazar Slider2

Dengue cases on rise in Rohingya camps

NEWS DESK The number of Dengue patients is increasing in the Rohingya camps in Cox’s Bazar with nearly 2,000 being affected in six months. Meanwhile,


Padma Bridge creates new horizon for tourism, housing sectors

NEWS DESK The much-awaited Padma Bridge, which is set to be inaugurated on June 25 next, will open up a new horizon for tourism and housing sectors in

National Slider 1

Bangladesh asks UK to resettle one lakh Rohingya refugees

Foreign Minister Dr AK Abdul Momen has proposed Britain, as a global leader in justice and human rights, for resettling one lakh Myanmar Rohingyas