• PM strongly condemns Pak resolution
  • 8 to die on Biswajit murder charge
  • Ganajagaran Mancha lays siege to Pakistan mission in Dhaka
  • Dhaka insists Islamabad withdraws resolution
  • Discussion about 11th JS polls false: BNP
  • Banks to remain open on Friday
  • President to donate corneas posthumously
  • Transport owners asked to resume inter-city operations from Friday
  • Joint Force nabs 43 on sabotage charges in Feni, Patgram
  • Blockade underway amid stray incidents
  • Indictment hearing of Adilur, Elan defers again
  • Khoka’s bail, remand pleas rejected
  • Gazipur arson victim dies
  • Fire ravages police station in Khagrachhari
  • Protect migrant workers in Gulf: HRW to SAARC
  • Myanmar opium production highest in over a decade: UN
  • Up to 500 dead in South Sudan clashes: UN
  • Surge in journalist abductions in 2013: RSF
  • Second worst year for journalists in jail: watchdog
  • Iranian president Hassan Rouhani waves to supporters as his motorcade leaves Tehran’s Mehrabad Airport upon his arrival from New York, on September 28. Some 60 hard-line Islamists chanted ‘Death to America’ and ‘Death to Israel’ but were outnumbered by 200 to 300 supporters of the president who shouted: ‘Thank you Rouhani’. — AFP photo/Atta Kenare

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Iranian president Hassan Rouhani waves to supporters as his motorcade leaves Tehran’s Mehrabad Airport upon his arrival from New York, on September 28. Some 60 hard-line Islamists chanted ‘Death to America’ and ‘Death to Israel’ but were outnumbered by 200 to 300 supporters of the president who shouted: ‘Thank you Rouhani’. — AFP photo/Atta Kenare
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