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BB sues RCBC in NY court

BB sues RCBC in NY court

Bangladesh yesterday filed a case in New York’s southern district court against the Rizal Commercial Banking Corporation (RCBC) of the Philippines…
Let new generation know real history: Hasina

Let new generation know real history: Hasina

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina yesterday lamented her inability to roam around the Ekushey Book Fair freely, saying she is now living some sort of a 'captive…

ABT planned to ‘kill newspaper editor’

The Rapid Action Battalion (RAB) detained four suspected members of the banned militant outfit Ansarullah Bangla Team (ABT) from the capital’s Uttara area around 2.00am yesterday. The ABT members were planning to murder a national daily newspaper editor, whose name was left out in the briefing.…

Swiss president, British PM greet Sheikh Hasina

Swiss President Ueli Maurer and British Prime Minister Theresa May have extended their heartfelt congratulations to Awami League President Sheikh Hasina on her assumption of office as the prime minister for the fourth time. “In the name of the Swiss government, l would like to convey my congratulations…

Oikyafront’s formal ‘no’ to PM’s tea party

The Jatiya Oikyafront has formally turned down Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina's invitation to join a greeting-exchange programme over tea at her official residence. The Front, however, has thanked the Prime Minister for inviting it. In a letter to the Prime Minister, the Oikyafront questioned the…

Instigators of RMG unrest ‘identified’

Law enforcement agencies have identified the culprits who provoked a storm of protest from readymade garments (RMG) workers demanding minimum wage hike, payment of arrear and several other demands in recent months. Sources in the home ministry yesterday told The Independent that the government has directed…

Another accused found dead with note on chest

Another rape accused was found dead in Jhalakathi yetsreday, with a note hanging around his neck. The body of the accused in a gang-rape case, Rakib Hossain Molla, was found at a brick kiln at Angaria village in Rajapur upazila.  He had a bullet injury to the right side of his chest. Rakib is the…
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