Bangladesh sends second batch of Rohingya refugees to isolated island despite opposition from rights groups
Authorities say refugees were selected for relocation based on their willingness, and that no pressure was applied on them. But several human rights and activist groups say some refugees have been forced to go to the Bhasan Char island (edited)
A compelling reason for the Centre to roll out the CAA is that the utterly disparaging fate of minorities in neighbouring Islamic nations continues in 2020
While Bangladesh is yet to play any international cricket since March, West Indies were one of the first to resume post the COVID-19 break when it toured England in July.
In Cyclone Amphan-affected Sundarbans, COVID-19 lockdown adds to woes as villagers struggle to migrate to cities in search for work
Cyclone Amphan's impact was devastating for the millions who live in the Sundarbans. Mud homes were swept away, embankments were destroyed and farms were inundated by saline water that made them unfit for cultivation.
Assam likely to conduct survey to segregate state’s indigenous Muslims from those of Bangladeshi origin, aims to begin exercise next fiscal
Assam is likely to conduct an exercise to identify the state's indigenous Muslim population and segregate them from illegal Bangladeshi immigrants, even as doubts over the accuracy of the NRC are yet to be addressed
Meghalaya police arrests 14 foreigners, most with Nigerian passports, illegally crossing over into India through Bangladesh
As many as 14 foreign nationals, 12 of whom are from Nigeria, have been arrested in Meghalaya's East Jaintia Hills district for entering the country illegally via Bangladesh during the last four days, police said Tuesday
Final NRC list published in Assam: As Sarbananda Sonowal tries to quell panic, document draws criticism across political lines
The final and conclusive draft of the long-awaited and contentious Assam NRC, which set out to identify bonafide Indian citizens in the state through a Supreme Court-monitored process, was published on Saturday
NIA, IB find two bombs in drain near Bengaluru hours after Jamaat-ul-Mujahideen Bangladesh operative's arrest
Hours after a Jamaat-ul-Mujahideen Bangladesh (JMB) operative was arrested, the National Investigation Agency and Intelligence Bureau Wednesday found two 'live' bombs hidden in a stormwater drain in Ramanagar district
India is increasingly facing internal security threats from the illegal arms manufacturers because the inflow of weapons to neighbouring Bangladesh and Myanmar have come down considerably after the border security was beefed up
A video game series — Heroes of 71, and its sequels — based on Bangladesh's war of liberation, has proven to be very popular with the young generation, highlighting patriotic sentiments and the historic past. But is there another side to the story?
Bangladesh prime minister Sheikh Hasina headed for the United Nations General Assembly on Saturday to plead for global help coping with the Rohingya crisis.
ICC Champions Trophy 2017: Steve Smith's captaincy, fatigue and pay dispute behind Australia's early exit
Australia’s fortunes at Champions Trophy 2017 resembled their 2013 campaign. Only this time around, Joe Root survived the night after England’s victory without a nasty black eye.
Four Bangladeshi nationals were on Tuesday sentenced in Singapore to up to five years in prison for raising money for the dreaded Islamic State terror group
India will begin the defence of their ICC Champions Trophy title against arch-rivals Pakistan at next year's tournament in England and Wales.
Ravi Shastri caused a furore in the media on Tuesday when he said that Virat Kohli should lead India in all three formats, putting the future of MS Dhoni in question
A Hindu tailor was hacked to death by unidentified men near his workplace on Saturday in north Bangladesh
World T20: Khawaja, poor fielding hurt Bangladesh's semi-final hopes as Australia register first win
In-from opening batsman Usman Khawaja struck an impressive half century as Australia overcame a mighty scare due to a middle-order batting collapse to eventually beat Bangladesh by three wickets and bounce back in their World Twenty20 campaign in Bangalore on Monday.
Courage personified: Hours after Martin Crowe’s death, brother Jeff officiates India-UAE at Asia Cup
Perhaps the most touching tribute for Martin Crowe came from his elder brother Jeff Crowe who decided to continue his duties as the ICC match referee, merely hours after the death of his brother, in the Asia Cup match between India and UAE.
India captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni on Thursday said that he is happy to find Shikhar Dhawan play 20 deliveries and was not looking at the amount of runs that the opener scores