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12 held after London terror attack kills 7

12 held after London terror attack kills 7
British Prime Minister Theresa May yesterday blamed "evil" Islamist ideology for an attack by knife-wielding men who mowed down and stabbed revellers in London, killing seven, as police said they had arrested 12 suspects, reports AFP from London. Saturday night's rampage at a popular nightlife hub around London Bridge by three men wearing fake suicide vests was the third deadly terror attack in Britain in less than three months and came only days before snap elections. National campaigning for Thursday's general election was suspended for the day out of respect for the victims, who included 48 people treated in hospital for injuries. Of those, 36 remained in hospital, with 21 in a critical condition. One Canadian national…

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Police HQ wants MRP numbers on Interpol website
Police HQ wants MRP numbers on Interpol website
The police have sought a directive from the Security Services Division of the home ministry as to whether…

Bangladesh elected chair

Bangladesh elected chair

Bangladesh has unanimously been elected chair of the upcoming sixth session of the Conference of the Parties for the convention on the Protection and Promotion of the Diversity of Cultural Expressions to be held in Paris on June 12-15, reports UNB. The Unesco headquarters conveyed the decision to the…
Verdict on Oishee’s death reference, appeal today

Verdict on Oishee’s death reference, appeal today

The High Court set Monday to deliver its verdict on the death reference, and appeal of Oishee Rahman against the death penalty awarded to her for killing her parents in 2013, reports UNB. A HC bench of Justice Jahangir Hossain Selim and Justice Md Jahangir Hossain on Sunday morning fixed the date for…
UK rocked again by terrorist violence

UK rocked again by terrorist violence

The people in the UK woke up on Sunday to face yet another day of mourning.  In just a matter of few weeks, as many as three terrorist outrages hit various cities of the UK. After the Westminster and Manchester attacks, the forces of evil again targeted Britain. In the attacks in London Bridge…
3.5 billion reasons

3.5 billion reasons

As an almost direct result of lack of proper education, Bangladesh is one of the many countries which face mass violation of women’s rights nationwide. With a metropolitan city named Dhaka set in the middle of the country as its capital, and 7 other districts surrounding it making up the country,…
Road crash kills one in Barguna

Road crash kills one in Barguna

BARGUNA: One person was killed and five others injured seriously as an ambulance fell down into a road side ditch in Shakharia area on Patuakhali-Kuakata highway of the district yesterday morning, reports BSS. The deceased was identified as Parvejul Islam Tony (35), hailed from Chhoto Bhaijora village…
    BGMEA demands withdrawal  of tax at source for 2 yrs

    BGMEA demands withdrawal of tax at source for 2 yrs

    Bangladesh Garment Manufacturers and Exporters Association (BGMEA) yesterday demanded full withdrawal of tax at source for two years, reports BSS. The trade body of country’s apparel sector made the demand at a post-budget press conference at its office, as 1 per cent tax has been imposed at source…
    Philippine casino attacker a gambling addict, not terrorist: Police

    Philippine casino attacker a gambling addict, not terrorist: Police

    MANILA: An armed man who killed 37 people when he set fire to a casino in the Philippine capital was a father-of-three from Manila motivated by heavy gambling debts and not terrorism, authorities said Sunday, reports AFP. The identification of the attacker as Jessie Javier Carlos, a Catholic, proves…
    Pop Samrat’s sixth death anniversary today

    Pop Samrat’s sixth death anniversary today

    Today is the sixth death anniversary of Azam Khan, the legendary Bangladeshi singer, who certainly created a major impact as far as the music scene of Bangladesh is concerned. Considered to be one of the main pioneers of popular Bangladeshi pop music, he was popular as honorific nicknames ‘Pop…
    Bangladesh want to slam massive total

    Bangladesh want to slam massive total

    Cardiff memory came back to give Bangladesh a soothing pleasure, at least psychologically whenever they take on Australia in any part of the world. This time the enthusiasm is great as the Bangladesh will be facing off Australia in a country where Cardiff proudly stands on the map. The Oval is far away…
    Defying court order, Lions Club governing Sunflower

    Defying court order, Lions Club governing Sunflower

    In violation of the court order that declared the section 50 of the Secondary and Higher Secondary Education Board Rules-2009 illegal on June 1, 2016, the Dinajpur Education Board again gave responsibility of governance of Sunflower School and College at Saidpur, Nilphamari to a so-called Lions Club.…
    Dredging of rivers yet to start

    Dredging of rivers yet to start

    River routes from Chittagong and Mongla seaports to the Rooppur Nuclear Power Plant (RNPP) site are yet to be dredged to deepen their courses to ferry heavy equipment for the N-plant, even though the RNPP project director has been claiming otherwise. The project is yet to receive approval from the government…
    Iraq deserves heroes, but only has monsters

    Iraq deserves heroes, but only has monsters

    Blindfolded, tied up men with dislocated shoulders dangling painfully from ceilings. Teenage boys, hands tied behind their backs screaming for mercy, only for a soldier to execute them in cold blood. Ashen-faced women clutching onto their terrified children after they had just been raped. These are…
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