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  • BNP leaders, B Chy, Dr Kamal share stage to gear up ‘unity process’
  • People skeptical about legal process of grenade attack case: BNP
  • 24 killed in Iran military parade attack
  • WB Vice President due Sunday
12 students ‘missing’ since September 5

12 students ‘missing’ since September 5

A group of parents and guardians yesterday claimed that their sons were picked up by the Detective Branch (DB) of police in the early hours of September…

20-party to take forward national unity move

The-BNP led 20-party alliance yesterday night decided to intensify the efforts for forging a greater national unity with other political parties to 'restore' democracy and ensure a fair election, reports UNB. "Our leader (Khaleda) before going to jail called for forging a greater unity…
Immediate repatriation of Rohingyas most unlikely

Immediate repatriation of Rohingyas most unlikely

Bangladesh is on the way to make arrangements to begin the repatriation soon despite knowing that persecuted Rohingyas will not agree to return to their…

BNP wants Khaleda treatment at United

The government will form a seven-member medical board to treat ailing BNP chief Khaleda Zia. Home minister Asaduzzaman Khan gave this assurance to a BNP delegation which met him yesterday to demand that the jailed leader be immediately admitted to United Hospital for treatment. The seven-member BNP…

Govt, NGOs work together to build mid-term shelters

As repatriation of the Rohingya refugees is being delayed, the government, aided by some NGOs, is building mid-term cyclone shelters in Cox's Bazar. These shelters, mostly made of tarpaulins, bamboo and RCC pillers, would last for at least six to 12 months. Over 1.1 million people have fled from…

BNP lawyers don’t know laws: Minister

Law Minister Anisul Huq yesterday claimed that BNP lawyers do not know the laws. “They do not know the legal system. BNP lawyers don’t know the laws,” he said. He made the comment when reporters asked him about the BNP’s allegations that the government could not issue a gazette…

84 dead in fighting in Yemen after talks fail

Clashes and air strikes have left 84 people dead around Yemen's Red Sea port city of Hodeida since the collapse of UN-brokered peace talks, hospital sources said yesterday, reports AFP from Khokha, Yemen. The sources in Hodeida province, controlled by Huthi rebels, said 11 soldiers and 73 insurgents…
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