05 Mar 2015
Dhaka: At least 21 people were injured in overnight arson attacks on buses and trucks hours after a court here upheld the arrest warrant issued against opposition leader Khaleda Zia and called her a "fugitive", renewing tension in the volatile Bangladesh.
26 Feb 2015
Mumbai: Ace Indian fashion designer Manish Malhotra will be involved in the launch of WEvolve global campaign at the forthcoming Lakme Fashion Week (LFW).
27 Feb 2015
Washington: Expressing concern over the continuing political violence in Bangladesh, the US has called for a viable opposition to create inclusive processes and address the current impasse in the country, days after a court ordered the arrest of former prime minister Khaleda Zia in connection with two graft cases.
14 Feb 2015
Washington: Stating that the murder of three Muslims in North Carolina earlier this week was "brutal and outrageous", US President Barack Obama voiced strong concern over religious and racial violence in the county.
11 Aug 2012
Tension prevailed in Hajiyapur area of the district after two groups clashed over the playing of loudspeakers during Janmashthmi celebrations.
13 Aug 2012
Curfew continued for the second day on Monday in four areas of the city even as additional force was deployed, officials said.
12 Aug 2012
Curfew was clamped in four areas of the city following clashes between two groups in Jagatpur and Kalibari, officials said here on Sunday.
14 Feb 2015
Agartala: On a visit to Chittagong Hill tracts areas along the Indo-Bangladesh border, Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Saturday termed insurgency as the biggest problem facing the Northeastern region and asked militants to shun violence.
06 Feb 2015
Washington: United States has strongly condemned the ongoing violence in Bangladesh and urged the ruling Sheikh Hasina government to provide necessary space for peaceful political activity.
13 Feb 2015
Kolkata: As the opposition parties claimed sporadic violence in Friday's by-elections to one Lok Sabha and another Assembly constituency, the ruling Trinamool Congress said they remained 'peaceful'.