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  • 'Sadistic' paedophile Matthew Falder jailed for 32 years
  • Lawyers get certified copy of Khaleda’s verdict
  • Lawyers get certified copy of Khaleda’s verdict
  • DSE all set to pick Chinese consortium as strategic partner today
  • Local govt reps ‘play the cronies’
  • Govt confirms SSC question leak
  • BNP hopes to ride sympathy wave
  • President seeks active media role for democratic continuity
Rohingyas to be fenced in 20 Cox’s Bazar camps

Rohingyas to be fenced in 20 Cox’s Bazar camps

The government has decided to bring Rohingyas within restricted areas, to be covered by 20 camps, for ensuring their security and controlling their movement…
Justice Mahmud new CJ

Justice Mahmud new CJ

Justice Md Abdul Wahhab Miah, who has been performing functions of the chief justice from October 3 last year, resigned as an Appellate Division justice…

Myanmar turns down UN Security Council visit

Myanmar's government has told the Security Council that this month was "not the right time" for a visit by the top UN body to see first-hand the Rohingya refugee crisis, the council president said Thursday, reports AFP from United Nations, United States. Kuwait's Ambassador Mansour…

JS polls can’t be inclusive sans BNP: CEC

Chief Election Commissioner (CEC) KM Nurul Huda yesterday said the next parliamentary polls will not be inclusive unless BNP participates in it. “You asked me whether the parliamentary polls will be participatory. How is it possible without BNP? The general elections cannot be participatory without…

AL collects nomination for Hamid

As the Awami League (AL) has an overwhelming majority in Parliament, it is just a matter of time for President Abdul Hamid to be the country’s next President. The AL yesterday (Friday) collected the party’s nomination paper on behalf of the President to run for presidency for the second…

Irregularities, conflicts dog private universities

The number of private universities is increasing every year. But many of them are entangled in internal conflicts, involved in an alleged certificate business, and running academic programmes without permission.Sources say some of these universities have scant regard for government rules and are being…

Khaleda to instruct party men on future course

BNP chairperson Khaleda Zia will give instructions to the party rank and file on the future political course at the party’s national executive committee meeting today, according to party sources. The first meeting of the 502-member national executive committee is going to be held at 10am at Hotel…
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