6 injured in Chhatra League attack on...
The incident took place on Fuller Road near Salimullah Muslim (SM) Hall on Friday night
- - (original version)
4 held with counterfeit notes at Dhaka...
They were apprehended on Saturday morning
- - (original version)
Bangladesh’s banking sector held hostage by few: CPD
The country’s banking sector is heading for a fragile state as it is held hostage by a few individuals and entities, said Centre for Policy...
- - (original version)
Man beaten to death over trifling matter
A man was allegedly beaten to death by neighbour cantering a petty matter in Daulatpur on Saturday.The deceased Monu Mia, 42, son of Abdul Gani Mia of the village, was
- - (original version)
Two DU students sent to jail on extortion charge
Two students of Dhaka University have been sent to jail allegedly for taking extortion from a truck in the capital's High Court area.The chief metropolitan magistrate court sent them to
- - (original version)
Bangladesh needs to uplift skills, education to face 4IR challenges
Bangladesh needs to concentrate on school education and computer science and engineering for uplifting education and skills development as the fourth industrial revolution (4IR) may...
- - (original version)
AL leader shot dead in Bandarban, 5 hurt
Unidentified criminals shot a local Awami League leader to death and left five others critically injured in Bandarban Sadar upazila, police say.
- - (original version)
Rohingya fleeing persecution in Rakhine...
The group of about 20 were among 54 people from the Rohingya minority arrested on Wednesday on the outskirts of the commercial capital Yangon while trying to leave for Malaysia,
- - (original version)
UK to start issuing post-Brexit blue...
The new blue cover passports will be issued and delivered early next month, said the interior ministry, replacing the burgundy passports that were introduced in 1988
- - (original version)
Trump plans to raise issue of religious freedom with Indian PM Modi: official
US President Donald Trump will raise the issue of religious freedom in India during his meetings with Prime Minister Narendra Modi next week, a senior administration official says, a sensitive
- - (original version)
100,000 civilians casualties in Afghanistan in 10 years
Afghanistan passed a grim milestone with more than 100,000 civilians killed or hurt in the last 10 years since the international body began documenting casualties in a war that has
- - (original version)
Pakistan on terrorism financing ‘grey list’
Pakistan won an extra four months to meet international anti-terrorism financing norms on Friday when a global dirty money watchdog decided to keep the country off its blacklist for now,
- - (original version)
The coronavirus pet rescuer of...
Ye Jialin hopes the city will return to normal one day soon
- - (original version)
Nevada caucuses: Sanders lead on the...
Four days of early voting in Nevada this week drew more than 75,000 Democrats, more than half first-time voters, putting the party in position to surpass the turnout record of
- - (original version)
Brothers hold Abahani
Haitian winger Kervens Belfort gave the Sky Blues a deserved lead in the opening half, but Brothers fought back after the break with Uzbekistan midfielder Jonov Otabek’s equalizer to snatch
- - (original version)
Nayeem leads spin attack
The young spinner went a long way towards covering for the absence of banned all-rounder Shakib al Hasan by bagging four crucial wickets for the Tigers, including that of stand-in
- - (original version)
Hasaranga cameo seals thrilling win
A late cameo by Wanindu Hasaranga helped Sri Lanka pull off a thrilling chase to edge out West Indies by one wicket in the first one-day international on Saturday. Hasaranga,
- - (original version)
Ervine ton keeps Zimbabwe on par with Bangladesh
Skipper Craig Ervine scored a dogged century as Zimbabwe shared the honours with Bangladesh on the opening day of the one-off Test in Dhaka on Saturday. Ervine hit 107 off
- - (original version)
Queens off to flying start
Srimoti Krishna Rani Sarkar netted four times but it was more about national captain Sabina Khatun, who also scored a hat-trick and left contributions for other goals as well to
- - (original version)
New Zealand beat Sri Lanka in women's...
The Kiwis have made the early running in Group A along with India, who downed defending champions Australia on day one. Only the top two from each of the two
- - (original version)
Zimbabwe surprised with good Mirpur...
Batting first, Zimbabwe recovered from the loss of early wickets as Ervine struck a patient 107, featuring 13 fours, to propel his side to 228 runs for the loss of
- - (original version)
Coronavirus impact: Local hospitality...
International hotels in Dhaka are facing cancellation of bookings amid concerns over the spread of the deadly virus, which has so far claimed more than 2,000 lives
- - (original version)
Ilish catch rises in Shariatpur
The amount was 3,448 tons in 2016, 3972 tons in 2017 and 5,080 tons in 2018
- - (original version)
Over 50,000 motorised vehicles registered in Jan
The number of registered motorised vehicles in the country stood at 51,669 in January 2020 as per official data. Of the total, 12,868 motorised vehicles were registered in Dhaka, according
- - (original version)
Creating a safe space
Most of us will never truly understand the needs that children with autism and other development disorders have
- - (original version)
Getting the Bangladesh story right
First World lawmakers who enjoy access to wide audiences need to take far more care
- - (original version)
Economic toll of Coronavirus
That Coronavirus outbreak, in addition to taking a human toll, would affect the global trade to a notable extent is now almost certain since it is deeply hurting the world's
- - (original version)
Fresh churnings in Congress after Delhi debacle
Nine months after its meltdown in the national elections, India’s main opposition the Congress Party led by Sonia Gandhi, finds itself in fresh in-house churnings over the issue of top
- - (original version)
When will the global apparel industry truly clean up its act?
News of another apparel factory tragedy on February 8, which claimed seven innocent lives, throws into sharp focus how much is still needed to be done in the global apparel
- - (original version)
Bangla Nattyadal to stage ‘Megh’ in Joypurhat India-Bangladesh Drama Fest
Theatre troupe Bangla Nattyadal is set to attend the four day drama festival in Joypurhat, today. The event is hosted by Panchbibi Theatre.
- - (original version)
Once More into the Past: Essays, Personal, Public, and Literary
Academic, writer, and translator Dr Fakrul Alam’s new book, Once More into the Past: Essays, Personal, Public, and Literary, was published at the Ekushey Boi Mela 2020, recently.
- - (original version)
Friends to reunite for one-off special on HBO Max
The cast of Friends is to reunite for a one-off special, more than 15 years since the show ended. The episode will air on the HBO Max streaming service, which
- - (original version)
Beverly Hills' people live individualised lifestyle: Daniel Ezra
Ezra is seen in "All American", a series inspired by the life of professional American football player Spencer played by the actor. It airs in India on Colors Infinity
- - (original version)
CDC updates coronavirus advice for clinicians
The CDC has issued new guidance for clinicians on screening patients for novel coronavirus (2019-nCoV) and caring for patients.
- - (original version)
Study suggests elderly, sick most at risk of coronavirus
BEIJING, Feb 18 (BBC): Health officials in China have published the first details of more than 70,000 cases of Covid-19, in the biggest study since the outbreak began. Data from
- - (original version)
Life style
Viral video prompts outpouring for bullied Australian boy
An Australian boy with dwarfism who was bullied to the point he wanted to "die right now" has received a deluge of celebrity messages and donations for a trip to
- - (original version)
News, Live TV & Radio all in one
সবসময় আপডেট থাকার জন্য আজই ডাউনলোড করুন Bangi News App (Android or iOS)


Bangi News app আপনাকে দিবে এক অভাবনীয় অভিজ্ঞতা যা আপনি কাগজের সংবাদপত্রে পাবেন না। আপনি শুধু খবর পড়বেন তাই নয়, আপনি পঞ্চ ইন্দ্রিয় দিয়ে উপভোগও করবেন। বিশ্বাস না হলে আজই ডাউনলোড করুন। এটি সম্পূর্ণ ফ্রি।

Follow @banginews