The rail link of the two-tier Sino-Bangladeshi project likely will be delayed for several years, official says.
They are to blame also for alleged extrajudicial killings of Rohingya refugees and rising lawlessness, critics say.
A pro-government leader and an opposition ally both want to lead hardline Hefazat-e-Islam.
Police say the more than 100 slain Rohingya were drug traffickers killed in armed confrontations.
Some academics have criticized the deal saying the country doesn’t need more electricity, especially from coal.
The 306 refugees on Bhashan Char must be allowed to move to the mainland, they add.
BNP leader Khaleda Zia was freed in March on humanitarian grounds because of health concerns.
Officials and residents said they have seen troops on civilian boats and in tents.
The pair were videotaped admitting to killing villagers during operations three years ago.
However, the refugees there since May want to move to the mainland to be closer to their community.
UNHCR says it was not informed of the weekend trip, organized by Bangladesh’s military.
They say they are citizens and have the right to vote in national elections in November.
The ban comes as sexual abuse of boys at madrassas is rising, a prosecutor says.
Officials cut access nearly a year ago after about 200,000 marked anniversary of Myanmar exodus.
Citizenship denial, travel curbs cloud dreams of medical school for Muhammad Ayaz.
Thousands of refugees in Bangladesh, officials call on Myanmar authorities to allow them to repatriate safely.
Thousands of boys and girls sheltering at camps in Bangladesh remain traumatized by the horrors they witnessed, experts say.
UNHCR calls on Myanmar to create conditions conducive for the repatriation of Rohingya driven out by the military.
Hundreds of tons of biomedical waste are produced daily in Dhaka, according to a report in The Lancet journal.
The loan comes amid decades of failed negotiations between Bangladesh and India over a water-sharing agreement.
Suspects were identified as members of Neo-JMB, a group that supports the Islamic State.
Slaying by police of an ex-member of the PM’s body guard has grabbed headlines.
Tens of thousands of South and Southeast Asians work in Lebanon, including U.N. peacekeeping forces.
“Basic fundamental rights have been lost, the first being media freedom,” says Shahidul Alam.
Police say blast is not linked to terrorism; experts raise questions.
Islamic State has announced a new Bengali-speaking unit ahead of Muslim holy day, police letter says.
Statement questions the use of the Digital Security Act, and lack of access to information in Rohingya camps.
Suspect Ayesha Jannat Mohona also helped raise fund for the pro-Islamic State faction, officials say.
A British court has ruled that Shamima Begum can return to England to have a fair hearing.
Police close hospitals, arrest staff for allegedly issuing false coronavirus test results.