People celebrate Bengali New Year after two years of restrictions due to COVID-19.
Dhaka court pronounces verdict in the 2004 killing of Humayun Azad by members of a now-banned Muslim group.
Guests can dine like Dhaka’s old aristocracy, roam the garden of a colonial home, and dive into Zamindar history.
Ananta Bijoy Das’s killing was part of a series of murders of bloggers and secular activists between 2013 and 2016.
Government issues 11-point directive, including mandatory COVID passes and restrictions on events and transport.
Experts believe there are wider implications of last week’s sanctions against Bangladesh’s notorious paramilitary force.
Abrar Fahad, 21, was beaten to death by fellow students at the Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology.
Opposition supporters stage protests demanding Khaleda Zia be allowed to travel abroad for treatment.
Schools reopened after 543 days of closure as country’s virus situation eases and more people are vaccinated.
Court orders the death penalty for members of a banned group for the brutal murders five years ago.