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Violence continues over pay hikes in Bangladesh


Police fired rubber bullets and tear gas in the third day of clashes Monday with thousands of garment workers demanding better minimum wages amid escalating tension over the country’s main export business.

Death penalty for Bangla Jamaat leader

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Dhaka: Bangladesh Supreme Court today handed down death penalty to fundamentalist Jamaat-e-Islami stalwart Abdul Quader Mollah for 1971 war crimes, revising a special tribunal verdict which had sente

Chhetri injury-time goal gives India 1-1 draw against Bangla

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Kathmandu: An injury-time goal by captain Sunil Chhetri saved India from embarrassment as they played out a 1-1 draw against Bangladesh in their second group match of the SAFF Football Championships

India takes on Bangladesh in SAFF Championships


Kathmandu: Having begun their title defence with a lacklustre performance, India would look to make amends and stamp their authority when they square off against Bangladesh in their second group leag

India rode on Rupinder, Raghunath show to maul Bangladesh


Ipoh (Malaysia): Penalty corner exponents Rupinderpal Singh and V R Raghunath slammed a hat-trick each as India mauled minnows Bangladesh 9-1 to maintain their unbeaten run ahead of the semifinals in

Bangladesh HC cancels registration of Jamaat-e-Islami

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Dhaka: Bangladesh's biggest right-wing party Jamaat-e-Islami was on Thursday banned from contesting future polls by a court here, which cancelled its registration in a landmark ruling, leaving the on

India U-16 beats Bangladesh


Kathmandu: Strikers Bedashwor Singh and Krishna Pandit scored a goal each to help India script a 2-0 win over Bangladesh in the second edition of the SAFF U-16 Football Championships, here today.

Bangla JI leader gets death


Dhaka: A top leader of the fundamentalist Jamaat-e-Islami party was sentenced to death on Wednesday by a special Bangladeshi tribunal for committing “crimes against humanity” and unleashing ruthless

Violent clashes ahead of Bangladesh war crimes verdict

Bangladesh police fired rubber bullets at protesters on Monday, as violence erupted across the country ahead of the verdict on a top Islamist for allegedly masterminding atrocities during the 1971 liberation war.

Death toll from Bangladesh's building collapse crosses 600


Twelve days after the worst industrial disaster in Bangladesh's history, rescuers on Sunday pulled out 53 more decomposed bodies from the rubbles of the eight-storey building, taking the toll to 620.

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