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Concern grows over 
February 8 verdict

Concern grows over February 8 verdict

Only three days are left for a trial court to deliver its verdict in the Zia Orphanage Trust graft case in which BNP chairperson Khaleda Zia is an accused.…

Pressure on govt won’t fulfill your demands

Pointing at recent movements by various sections of teachers to have their demands fulfilled, Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina yesterday said it will not be possible to realise any demand by putting pressure on the government, reports UNB. "If anyone thinks it's the last year of the government,…

BNP to remain on streets on Feb 8

The BNP will take to the streets and organise peaceful rallies across the country on February 8 slated for delivering court verdict in Zia Orphanage Trust graft case against party chairperson Khaleda Zia. The decision was taken at a meeting of the party standing committee, the highest policymaking body…
Bangladesh squeeze draw out of SL

Bangladesh squeeze draw out of SL

Mominul Haque left Sri Lanka in a state of frustration to save the first Test, showing impeccable resistance and staunch determination and thereby became…

Many court officials involved in graft: AG

Attorney general (AG) Mahbubye Alam yesterday alleged that a large number of court officials and employees are ‘involved in corruption’. “If this situation continues, the judiciary will collapse and it will be difficult for those who are honest to maintain their honesty,” he…

Confusion over deadline

Confusion was caused over the deadline for the completion of hundreds of thousands of Rohingyas living in Cox’s Bazar as the governments of Bangladesh and Myanmar are providing different versions. Following the second day of the first meeting of the Bangladesh-Myanmar Joint Working Group (JWG)…

Bangladeshi hurt in mine blast on Myanmar border

A Bangladeshi farmer lost both legs when he stepped on a landmine reportedly planted by Myanmar security forces in a buffer zone between the two countries, AFP reports from Dhaka quoting officials on yesterday. The incident happened near the southern Bangladesh border town of Naikhongchari on Saturday…
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