Kabori's memoirs launched

"I was struck by the thought that I was reading the autobiography of a poet," Nirmalendu Goon writes of Smriti Tuku Thaak


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

People take part in the annual India Day Parade in Manhattan, New York, US, Aug 21, 2016. Reuters

Shooting raises fears with Indian-Americans

Indian engineer shot dead, another wounded by US Navy veteran in a possible hate crime

Australia humiliate India

O’Keefe picks up 12 wickets to help Australia end India’s 19-match unbeaten run

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

Indian citizen arrested with Bangladeshi passport

Police suspect militant link as he becomes a millionaire overnight

My dream has died: Ranieri

Ranieri's dismissal has been met with widespread shock

Left parties question BERC's role

CPB, BaSoD announce its own 'public hearing' over gas prices hike

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