Ethno-Religious Conflict Has Plagued Afghanistan For Long

Nine militants killed in Bangladesh raid

July 26 (NIA) – Nine suspected militants were killed in a gun battle between the Bangladesh police and a militant group in the Kalyanpur area in capital Dhaka on Tuesday, the police said. The militants were killed after the police raided a five-storey building in the area on Tuesday morning. The police were initially attacked by handmade bombs followed by...

Boosting Trade, Investment May Be UK Asia-Pacific Minister Alok Sharma’s Priority

Boosting Trade, Investment May Be UK Asia-Pacific Minister Alok Sharma’s Priority

Boosting Trade, Investment May Be UK Asia-Pacific Minister Alok Sharma’s Priority   Colombo, July 25: Going by his professional background and areas of involvement earlier in his political career, the newly appointed British Minister for Asia and the Pacific, Alok Sharma, will in all likelihood promote trade and investment with the countries of South Asia rather than harp on human...

Violence in Bangladesh

True To Type: Bangladesh May Be Mishandling Restaurant Massacre

The disappearance of two young men who were interrogated following the terrorist attack on a posh restaurant in Dhaka on July 1 which left 20 dead, is making observers wonder if the Bangladesh government is mishandling the investigations given its tradition of not following universally accepted norms about treating suspects in criminal cases. Hasnat Karim and Tahmid Khan, who were...

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