Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Saturday turned down again the opposition’s plea for restoring the caretaker government system, saying that the government has established people’ s rights to vote in the last three years.
Main opposition Bangladesh Nationalist Party (BNP) on Saturday stood corrected about giving thanks to government for winning maritime boundary case against Myanmar.
The U.S. ambassador to Syria says Syrian government forces appear to have pulled out of some towns and cities ahead of a U.N.-brokered cease-fire deadline.
Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina Friday criticized the recent “violent activities” of opposition BNP and said that Awami League wants to see a healthy and peaceful process of democracy.
The United Nations Security Council is holding an emergency meeting on Mali Tuesday, as military coup leaders remain in power and West African nations levy diplomatic and financial sanctions on the country.
Opposition Chief Whip Zainul Abdin Farroque on Monday asked the government to restore caretaker government system in the next budget session of parliament to avoid public wrath.
The Nobel laureate's National League for Democracy party announced the victory shortly after polls closed late Sunday
Burma is finalizing arrangements Saturday for Sunday's historic election when pro-democracy campaigner Aung San Suu Kyi, who was under house arrest just over a year ago, is likely to be voted into parliament in the military-dominated country.
BNP chairperson Khaleda Zia on Thursday night held a meeting with leaders of the BNP-led four-party alliance to discuss the next course of anti-government programmes.
Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina Thursday iterated in Parliament that there is no necessity of the caretaker government as different types of elections under the present government were held neutrally in free, fair and acceptable manner.
The Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) on Thursday filed a case against former Dhaka City Cooperation (DCC) mayor Sadeque Hossain Khoka and six others on charge of misappropriating Tk 827 crore.
Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Wednesday said those who want to protect the war criminals will have no place to stay in Bangladesh, and the opposition leader will not be able to protect them.
Opposition BNP will not return to parliament session tomorrow (Thursday) unless ‘indecent and untrue’ statements against the party and its leader are expunged from the House proceedings.
Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Tuesday called upon people to remain vigilant so that the collaborators of the defeated forces cannot come to power any more.
BNP leaders have said the government exposed its undemocratic character through canceling Khaleda Zia’s programme at the city's Hotel Ruposhi Bangla today.
BNP and its allies have withdrawn their March 29 countrywide dawn-to-dusk hartal due to a religious festival of Hindu community.
BNP leaders on Sunday called upon the party leaders, workers and supporters to take a vow on the eve of the Independence Day to make Khaleda Zia’s ongoing movement a success to protect the country’s independence and democracy.
BNP on Saturday contradicted a recent report of the Khaleej Times that Pakistan’s intelligence agency Inter-Services Intelligence gave Khaleda Zia 50 million rupees to help her win the 1991 parliamentary polls.
BNP acting secretary general Mirza Fakhrul Islam Alamgir on Friday urged Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina to seek apology to people by expressing regret for her falsehood that BNP took Rs five crore from Pakistan’s ISI in 1991
Opposition BNP on Wednesday asked the government to immediately withdraw the ‘false’ cases against the party leaders and workers, including Khaleda Zia and Tarique Rahman, to avoid ‘dire consequences’.