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Tuesday 21 August 2018 ,
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  • Road crashes claim 15 lives in Narsingdi, Feni
  • 52 Bangladeshis pilgrims have so far died in Saudi
  • Safe road movement: 9 more students freed from Keraniganj jail
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  • Truck-microbus collision kills 6 in Feni
  • Myanmar tactfully delaying Rohingya repatriation
  • Movement for safe roads: 25 students get bail
Tension runs high

Tension runs high

All eyes are on the trial court verdict in the Zia Orphanage Trust graft case, in which former prime minister and Bangladesh Nationalist Party (BNP) Chairperson…
1,200 arrested in govt 
crackdown: BNP

1,200 arrested in govt crackdown: BNP

The Bangladesh Nationalist Party (BNP) yesterday alleged that law enforcement agencies have become belligerent with BNP leaders and activists to fulfill…
PM leaves for Italy Sunday

PM leaves for Italy Sunday

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina is set to meet Pope Francis during her state visit to Vatican, a sovereign state inside Italy, on Monday. During the visit,…

Inu seeks views of ATCO members

Information Minister Hasanul Haq Inu yesterday urged people concerned for submitting their respective opinions about the Digital Security Act in written to his ministry. He was addressing a meeting with Association of Television Channel Owners (ATCO) members at his secretariat office. Inu also said…

Anisul pledges to protect journos

Law Minister Anisul Huq yesterday said that, if needed, a sub-section would be included under Section 32 of the Digital Security Act to safeguard investigative journalism. Amid criticism over Section 32 of the proposed Digital Security Act, the law minister also said that he would “fight free…
Rohingya crisis puts Dhaka, int’l community under pressure

Rohingya crisis puts Dhaka, int’l community under pressure

Swiss President Alain Berset yesterday said Switzerland calls for the full implementation of the report of the Advisory Commission chaired by Kofi Annan…

Khaleda ‘prepared’ if verdict goes against her

BNP chairperson Khaleda Zia is prepared to face the situation if the verdict goes against her. She has also given necessary instructions to central leaders on running party activities in her absence, according to party sources. Khaleda Zia will also hold a press conference today at 5pm at her Gulshan…

Editors for revoking section 32

Expressing its grave concern over section 32 of the proposed Digital Security Act, Editors’ Council yesterday urged the government to revoke the section and other controversial ones from the law, reports UNB. The council made the call in a statement issued after a meeting held at The Daily Star…
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