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BNP activists on the run amid police crackdown

BNP activists on the run amid police crackdown

BNP leaders and activists are on the run following a crackdown after Tuesday’s attack on policemen in the High Court area. BNP sources said around…
AL ready to tackle BNP on streets

AL ready to tackle BNP on streets

The Awami League (AL) is ready to tackle its arch-rival, Bangladesh Nationalist Party (BNP), on the streets if BNP leaders and workers try to create chaos…
Dhananjaya, Mendis keep Tigers at bay

Dhananjaya, Mendis keep Tigers at bay

With the pitch showing cracks, Bangladesh’s dream to seize a considerable first innings lead against Sri Lanka is still on the cards even though…

EC seeks stay on HC order halting DNCC by-polls

After facing widespread criticism over its role, which was blamed for the High Court (HC) order staying the Dhaka North City Corporation (DNCC) mayoral by-polls, the Election Commission yesterday filed two separate leave-to-appeals with the Supreme Court (SC) seeking stay on the HC order that halted…

Question leak claim mars first day of SSC

An allegation of question paper leak cast a cloud on the first examination of the Secondary School Certificate (SSC) yesterday. An alleged similarity was found between the questions given to the SSC Bangla examinees and a “question paper” doing the rounds on Facebook earlier. “We're…

AP confirms 5 new Myanmar mass graves

The Associated Press on Wednesday published a report detailing the existence of several previously undisclosed mass graves of Rohingya Muslims in the Rakhine State of Myanmar along with shocking details of the systematic execution of victims and attempts to hide evidence of the crime, reports US based…

Beginning to take time: RRRC chief

It will take time to begin the repatriation of the hundreds of thousands of persecuted Rohingyas as the preparation of the list of persecuted people has not yet been completed, the chief of the Refugee Relief and Repatriation Commission (RRRC) based in Cox’s Bazar told The Independent yesterday.…

Zia Charitable Trust graft case next hearing Feb 25, 26

A court in the capital yesterday fixed February 25, 26 for the next hearing of Zia Charitable Trust graft case filed against BNP Chairperson Khaleda Zia and three others by the Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC), reports UNB. Judge Md Akhteruzzaman of Dhaka Special Court-5 fixed the date for placing arguments…
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