Gulshan | The Daily Star
  • The inequality of Dhaka's roads

    Are all roads treated equally by them? Why was the initiative to improve roads, footpaths and drains in the upscale tri-state area prioritised by the incumbent Mayor and the DNCC in their first two years in office?

  • Supply power to Gulshan mall: SC

    The Supreme Court orders the authorities concerned to reconnect the electricity supply to Gulshan Shopping Center Complex at Gulshan-1 in Dhaka.

  • Comilla trial court

    Man gets life for killing Korean in Gulshan

    A Dhaka court sentences a man to life in jail in connection with the murder of a Korean citizen in November 2011 in Dhaka’s Gulshan area.

  • Rabiul outguns BKSP boys

    Rabiul Islam put an end to the dominance of Bangladesh Krira Shikkha Protishthan (BKSP) by winning the gold medal in 10m air rifle event on the concluding day of Hamidur Rahman 2nd National Youth Shooting Championships at the National Shooting Complex yesterday.

  • More security for foreign coaches

    Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) is preparing to provide its foreign coaches decent security cover upon their arrival in the aftermath of the recent attack in Gulshan.

  • A minibus part of a Japanese convoy, as relatives of victims of an attack on the Holey Artisan Bakery and the O'Kitchen Restaurant, visited the site, in Dhaka.

    Bodies of 7 Japanese victims reach Tokyo

    Bodies of the seven Japanese nationals who were killed in a militant attack at Holey Artisan Bakery in Bangladesh capital Dhaka return to home soil Tuesday morning.

  • The lessons of this tragedy

    The Prime Minister has announced two days of national mourning in honour of the 22 victims mercilessly murdered by a terrorist attack on a restaurant in Gulshan.

  • Gulshan, Banani and Baridhara

    No respite for Gulshan until 2017

    If you visit Dhaka’s Gulshan, Banani and Baridhara areas nowadays, you will have to brace yourself for never-ending traffic, dust and mud. And there is always a risk that you may even fall into a ditch. The posh areas are now undergoing a development work including widespread road digging, which has led to this miserable situation.

  • SI killed as bus rams motorcycle at Khilkhet

    A sub-inspector of Gulshan Police Station was killed as a bus rammed his motorcycle in the city’s Khilkhet area.

  • Joy’s Facebook status led to Shafik’s arrest: Fakhrul

    Journalist Shafik Rehman arrested based only on Facebook status posted by the prime minister’s son Sajeeb Wazed Joy, BNP Secretary General Mirza Fakhrul Islam Alamgir says.

  • Shazneen's 18th death anniversary today

    Today is the 18th death anniversary of Shazneen Tasnim Rahman.

  • Khaleda to sit with senior leaders this evening

    BNP Chairperson Khaleda Zia will sit with the party’s senior leaders to discuss the country's current situation.

  • Khaleda Zia

    Khaleda to sit with alliance chiefs to decide on UP polls

    BNP Chairperson Khaleda Zia will sit with the top leaders of 20-party alliance to decide whether it will participate in the Union Parishad elections.

  • Milky murder: Court accepts charges against 18

    A Dhaka court accepts charges against 18 people in connection with the killing Jubo League leader Riazul Haque Khan Milky in Dhaka’s Gulshan area in 2013.

  • Woman's body found

    Police recovered the body of an “indigenous” woman at Gulshan in the capital yesterday morning.

  • Indigenous woman found dead in Gulshan

    Police recover a body of a indigenous woman in Gulshan of Dhaka. The body of the woman, aged around 28, is found with injury marks on her chest, neck and other parts, cops say.

  • Stern action for violation of party decisions: Ershad

    Jatiya Party Chairman HM Ershad warns party leaders and activists of stern action if they do not comply with party decisions.

  • Cops foil bid to lay siege to Khaleda’s house

    Police foil an attempt of freedom fighters’ children to lay siege to BNP Chairperson Khaleda Zia’s Gulshan residence protesting her remark regarding the number of Liberation War martyrs.

  • Pakistan high commission staff held, freed later

    Pakistan High Commission in Dhaka yesterday alleged a team of the Detective Branch of police threatened to kill one of its employees if he failed to provide them with a huge amount of money.

  • 14km new link road gets govt nod

    The government has taken up three projects aimed at ensuring smooth traffic flow on the exit routes from the capital.

  • Rajuk demolishes more commercial structures

    Rajuk on the fifth day of its ongoing eviction drive yesterday recovered basement parking spaces knocking down illegal commercial structures at a number of buildings in Dhanmondi, Gulshan and Uttara in the capital.

  • Hearts of stone

    The man was lying flat on the road, bleeding profusely. He raised his right hand and waved weakly for help. His motorbike was lying two feet away near the road divider only 50 yards off Hotel Radisson.

  • Rajuk restores some parking spaces

    Rajuk yesterday reclaimed basement parking spaces of a handful of buildings in Gulshan, Dhanmondi, and Uttara and sealed off illegal commercial set ups there during mobile court eviction drives.

  • Rajuk starts drive from Jan 18

    Rajuk from January 18 is going to start a drive against buildings in Uttara, Dhanmondi, Gulshan and Banani areas that use their designated parking space for other purposes.

  • HELLO MAYOR... did you see this ?

    In a bizarre incident, a garbage carrying truck of Dhaka North City Corporation dumped a large chunk of trash in front of a multinational bank's headquarters in the capital's Gulshan early yesterday. The authorities of Standard Chartered Bank (SCB) have expressed utter surprise at the noxious incident as they remain in the dark as to what triggered this.

  • Security alert for Australian nationals in Dhaka

    Australia alerts its nationals over possible security threat in Dhaka – possibly in connection with New Year celebrations.

  • Hundreds protest at Gulshan against Khaleda

    Protesters, hundreds in number including freedom fighters and several cultural and political activists, have formed a human chain at Gulshan-2 intersection of Dhaka against BNP chief Khaleda Zia’s statement on the count of 1971 martyrs.

  • United Hospital’s ‘sex offender’ nurse arrested

    Rapid Action Battalion members arrest a staff nurse of United Hospital in Dhaka, suspected of sexually harassing a female patient, from the capital's airport area.

  • Municipal polls: BNP raises concerns with foreign envoys

    Senior leaders of BNP meet foreign envoys of 15 countries at BNP Chairperson Khaleda Zia’s Gulshan office to raise their concerns and clear the party’s stance regarding participation in the upcoming municipality elections.

  • Shannon meets Khaleda, leaves without briefing

    United States Department of State official Thomas Shannon meets BNP Chairperson Khaleda Zia at her Gulshan residence.