Noor Chowdhury

'Bangladesh trying to get Noor Chowdhury back' 

State minister for foreign affairs says the extradition will be a major boost for Canada-Bangladesh cooperation


Dhirendranath Dutta: Our Moses on Mount Sinai

He gave us a dream, Syed Badrul Ahsan writes

Warmest ever February day recorded in Toronto

The highest temperature in Toronto was 17.7 degrees on Thursday

Srinivas Kuchibhotla. Photo courtesy of The Indian Express 

An Indian's shattered American dream

Working, partying and travelling across the United States, the Indian aviation engineer was living his American dream in Kansas City

India’s lowest Test totals at home

India are bowled out for one of their lowest totals on home soil in first innings against Australia

Surveillance cameras overlook the construction site of the new headquarters of the Bundesnachrichtendienst (BND), Germany's Federal Intelligence Service in Berlin Oct 29, 2013. Reuters

‘German intelligence spying on journalists’

BBC expresses dismay over Germany intelligence service BND’s spying on media

Indian citizen arrested with Bangladeshi passport

Police suspect militant link as he becomes a millionaire overnight

Leicester sack Ranieri

The Italian manager is fired nine months after stunning Premier League triumph

Khadiza returns home

She underwent treatment for four months after surviving a brutal knife attack

কবরীর ‘স্মৃতিটুকু থাক’

Kabori’s memoirs at Ekushey Book Fair

The actress wonders if love with her leading man was mere make-believe


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Now power to get pricier

Govt plans to adjust price of electricity with recently hiked prices of natural gas

Journalists leave after several major news organisations were excluded from an off camera 'gaggle' meeting with White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer in his office that was held in place of the regular daily press briefing at the White House in Washington, US, Feb 24, 2017. Reuters

5 news outlets barred from White House briefing

It excludes the news organisations from an off-camera briefing in press secy's office

FILE PHOTO - Dev Patel arrives for the British Academy of Film and Television Awards (BAFTA) at the Royal Albert Hall in London, Britain February 12, 2017. Reuters

Oscars so divided

Hollywood still struggles with race