Bangladesh: 10 members of banned militant outfit sentenced to death for 2001 bombing

Meanwhile, two communist party members who were also accused of involvement in the attack were acquitted.

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India will not harm Bangladesh, we trust New Delhi: Bangladesh's Foreign Minister AK Abdul Momen on CAA-NRC

Speaking exclusively with our diplomatic correspondent Sidhant Sibal, Momen said, India has assured Dhaka that these issues will not impact Bangladesh and he believes in the Indian government. …

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All India Radio, Bangladesh counterpart sign content sharing programme

The inauguration of the programme took place during the India and Bangladesh Information and Broadcasting Ministers Meet 2020

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Student's rape triggers protests in Dhaka

The victim in Sunday's attack was travelling to a friend's home when she was gagged, taken to a remote area in Dhaka's outskirts and sexually assaulted

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Bangladesh court orders government to ban single-use plastics

Bangladesh was among the first countries in the world to pass a landmark bill in 2002 to ban single-use plastics such as polythene bags.

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Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina blames Myanmar for Rohingya repatriation failure

The comments from Sheikh Hasina came three weeks after a fresh push to return the Muslim minority to Myanmar's conflict-scarred Rakhine state that fell flat when no-one turned up.

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Bangladesh bans two aid agencies from Rohingya refugee camps

The move came amid growing impatience from Dhaka about the presence of the refugees in the country.

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Bangladesh bans mobile phone access in Rohingya camps

The move follows an outbreak of violence in recent weeks at the camps, most of whose residents fled into Bangladesh from Myanmar's Rakhine state two years ago following a military crackdown on the…

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Around 3,931 patients undergoing treatment as dengue wreaks havoc in Bangladesh

According to the DGHS, of the 3,931 dengue patients, around 2,177 patients are taking treatment in Dhaka division while a total of 1,754 are hospitalized outside the capital, report said.

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Bangladesh signs deal with Reliance Power to buy electricity

The combined-cycle power plant will be fueled by gas and regasification liquefied natural gas and be fully owned by Reliance.

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Fourth Rohingya refugee shot dead over Bangladesh murder

The latest to die was 36-year-old Nur Mohammad, who officers allege was a Rohingya gang leader who arrived in Bangladesh in 1992 and was operating in the hills around the refugee camps.

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Bangladeshis speak up about 'rampant' rapes in Islamic schools

Child abuse in madrasas has long gone unreported in Bangladesh, a Muslim-majority nation where hardline Islamist groups draw their support from the tens of thousands of schools across the nation…

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'Virgin' to be removed from marriage certificates in Bangladesh

According to Bangladesh`s Muslim marriage and divorce laws, a bride currently needs to select from amongst three options on a marriage certificate which are `kumari` (means virgin), widow or…

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'Miracle' Rohingya baby turns two on crackdown anniversary

Ahmad Shah turned two on Sunday -- the second anniversary of the mass exodus of some 740,000 Rohingya who fled a brutal military crackdown in western Myanmar and took refuge in vast, squalid camps…

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Abrogation of Article 370 is internal matter of India: Bangladesh

So far, Russia, Maldives, United Arab Emirates, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Bhutan, Malaysia and Saudi Arabia, US, UN have reacted to India's decision on Kashmir

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