Narendra Modi’s actions have prompted South Asian nations to opt for Chinese investment to India’s detriment
Dhaka blocks internet page that details complaints, including torture, made by demonstrators against ruling party’s student wing
The 79-year-old former economics professor was lauded for his micro-lending Grameen Bank
The general ruled Dhaka for nearly a decade before being ousted in 1990
Committees led by female teachers to work to prevent sexual violence after girl’s murder prompts nationwide protests
Police say 19-year-old’s attackers set her on fire after she refused to withdraw sexual harassment complaint
Mahfuza Akhter, arrested for allegedly defaming Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina, granted bail
Mahufza Akhter arrested after criticizing Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina for neglecting football in cricket-mad country
Sheikh Hasina denies opposition claims that elections were rigged after landslide victory
Opposition demands new vote after Awami League Party wins 288 of 300 seats in parliament
Bangladesh Nationalist Party claims 152 of 300 opposition candidates have been attacked on campaign trail
Dozens of demonstrators, many of them teens, attacked by people alleged to be ruling party activists
Invoking controversial law, police detain executive for allegedly posting satirical portraits of P.M. Sheikh Hasina on social media
At least 100 people injured as demonstrators clash with security forces
In speech at U.N., Sheikh Hasina says refugees must be able to return to homeland in safety
Amnesty International says ‘draconian’ laws are being used to treat journalism like a crime
Minorities express concern over decision, fearing the mosques could be used to spread fundamentalist Islam
In separate incident, police kill suspected militant trying to cross security blockade with improvised explosives.
Dhaka hopes to secure infrastructure investment from Beijing without alienating neighboring India.
Political party calls for nationwide strike after Mir Quasem Ali executed over war crimes during 1971 independence conflict.