After losing their homes and livelihoods, hundreds of thousands in Bangladesh wait for help amid rising floodwaters.
Cricket Buzz: Bangladesh's Kazi gets 2-year ban for doping violation. Young Bangladesh pacer Kazi Anik Islam has been handed a two-year ban by the Bangladesh Cricket Board for failing a dope test in 2018. Kazi, who was Bangladesh's leading wicket-taker in the 2018 Under-19 World Cup, tested positive for Methamphetamine, a prohibited substance, during a National Cricket League game in the same year. The 21-year-old admitted to the offence.
Bangladesh High Commission in London, UK has described as “incorrect” some media reports that said the mission issued “health certificate” regarding Covid-19 to Bangladesh bound passengers. No such ...
Deadly flooding will persist in Bangladesh for the next 10 days, officials warned Tuesday, as South Asia battles torrential monsoon rains which have already pounded the region for weeks. In flood-prone Bangladesh -- where almost one-third of the impoverished nation is underwater -- officials warned
Bangladesh's regulator has ordered telecom operators and other internet providers in the nation to stop providing free access to social media services, becoming the latest market in Asia to take a partial stand against zero-rating deals. Bangladesh Telecommunication Regulatory Commission, the local
Mohammad Shahed, accused of issuing thousands of fake COVID-19 certificates, arrested after a nine-day manhunt.
The death toll from heavy monsoon rains across South Asia has climbed to nearly 200, officials said Sunday, as Bangladesh and Nepal warned that rising waters would bring further flooding. Officials in Bangladesh said at least 67 people had died and another 2.6 million had been affected by swollen rivers
Thousands of beds for coronavirus patients in Bangladesh are lying empty despite the country struggling with a rising caseload as people are too scared to enter hospitals, officials and sufferers say.
Hundreds of Rohingya refugees on a flood-prone island in the Bay of Bengal will not be allowed to leave unless they agree to return home, Bangladesh authorities said Thursday. The 306 Muslim Rohingya from Myanmar were put on Bhashan Char island in April after being taken off two boats trying to traffic
A coronavirus outbreak among Rohingya refugees has been "successfully contained", Bangladesh officials have said after fears that the disease spread rapidly in overcrowded camps. Nearly one million Rohingya live in squalid camps in southeastern Bangladesh, after fleeing a 2017 military crackdown
News Bangladesh: Torrential rain produces severe flooding in India, strands over 200,000 in Bangladesh
As June winds down, the Southwest monsoon is in full force across India, and rainfall totals are climbing to staggering levels as rising floodwaters leave thousands stranded.
Search efforts were continuing after a passenger ship was struck by a ferry near a busy port in Dhaka, the capital.
Fifteen Bangladeshi men have been fined for celebrating the birthday of Argentine football star Lionel Messi in breach of a coronavirus lockdown. Magistrates accompanied by troops raided a cafe in the Indian border town of Damurhuda on Wednesday as the men, aged between 17 and 32, drank coffee and ate
"At least I can feed my family and parents." Bangladesh over the past two decades became the world's second-largest ready-made garment exporter after China, making clothes for the likes of Primark and ...
DHAKA, Bangladesh (AP) — Four suspected members of a Rohingya group allegedly involved in kidnapping for ransom were killed in a gunfight with Bangladeshi police near the sprawling refugee camps...
Bangladesh fast bowler, former captain and member of parliament Mashrafe Mortaza tests positive for coronavirus, along with two other players.
One factory owner tells how coronavirus cancellations by UK brands have seen him struggle to pay wages ...
Dhaka commuters hitting the streets again after a months-long lockdown are opting for bikes to maintain social distancing -- and discovering that pedal power is a way to beat the city's notorious traffic. Bangladesh lifted restrictions on movement at the end of May to revive its stuttering economy